MIĶELIS FIŠERS SOLO EXHIBITION CONSPIRACY LANDSCAPES
22.01.2016 > 06.02.2016 Cable Factory, Helsinki, Finland
Curator Otso Kantokorpi
DISTANT MOODS ON BLUE EVENING
Contemporary Art from Baltics and Nordic Countries in Cēsis Art Festival
Curator Inga Šteimane
03.07 > 09.08.2015
Cēsis Old Brewery
Video installation Reptile Drill. No Future, Present Only!
THE PURVĪTIS PRIZE exhibition
21.02 > 12.04.2015
The Latvian National Museum of Art. Arsenāls Exhibition Hall
Exhibition of eight shortlisted nominees for the national Purvītis Prize.
The winner of Purvitis Prize 2015 - Miķelis Fišers, nominated for the exhibition “Disgrace” (Netaisnība) which took place at Pauls Stradiņš Museum of the History of Medicine from 28.11.2014 to 18.01.2015.
Extraterrestrials Train Yeti for Work at Uranium Mines in Antarctica. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 21 x 29,7 cm
Ecumenical Service at the Wailing Wall. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 21 x 29,7 cm
Seasonal Mating. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 21 x 29,7 cm
Lizards Care about Human Population Number Increase. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 15 x 21 cm
Arbitrariness of Extraterrestrials in Puerto Rico. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 29,7 x 21 cm
Antiquity. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 29,7 x 21 cm
Purifying the Planet: Triplon Pumps Nearing Riga. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 50 x 50 cm
Christian Humanoids Evacuate Faithful People from Mexico City. End of an Old Era. 2014. Wood, paint, carving. 50 x 50 cm
MIĶELIS FIŠERS SOLO EXHIBITION DISGRACE
28.11.2014 > 18.01.2015
Pauls Stradins Museum of the History of Medicine
Curator - Inga Šteimane
The exhibition is nominated for the national Purvītis Prize 2015.
Printed in 1000 copies
Nominated for the Annual Award of Latvian Publishers' Association 2013.
The book is published on the occasion of Miķelis Fišers' solo exhibition MegaMatter at the Arsenāls Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Museum of Art in 2012. The edition gives comprehensive survey on Miķelis Fišers' creative work since 1990s to the present day. Besides impressive studies on the artist's work by Elita Ansone, Inga Šteimane, Artis Svece, there are images of 150 artworks and Miķelis Fišers' biographical data included in the book.
Available in bookshops of Riga and on fisers.lv