Aigars Bikše: The Latvian Sculptor Who is Lord of His Own Manor

Aigars Bikše: The Latvian Sculptor Who is Lord of His Own Manor

Bikše’s irreverent and political sculptures have been seen from Riga to Venice and Tokyo, while his eccentric sense of style perfectly suits his role as head of Fashion at the…Continue Reading →

Landscapes of Communism Revalued: An Interview with Owen Hatherley

Landscapes of Communism Revalued: An Interview with Owen Hatherley

In Landscapes of Communism, published earlier this year, Owen Hatherley turned his attention to the architecture of Communism across the former Eastern Bloc, including in the BalticsContinue Reading →

The Baltic Revolution 25 Years On: An Interview with Anatol Lieven

The Baltic Revolution 25 Years On: An Interview with Anatol Lieven

Anatol Lieven was the only Western journalist permanently stationed in the Baltic states during the most dramatic years of their struggle for independence.Continue Reading →

“We Are All Aliens To Each Other”: An Interview with Uģis Olte

“We Are All Aliens To Each Other”: An Interview with Uģis Olte

Uģis Olte is a Latvian director and screenwriter whose latest project is Double Aliens, a collaboration with Georgian photographer Daro Sulakauri.Continue Reading →