CV Anna Salmane
Lives and works in Riga, Latvia.
Anna Salmane is a visual artist working with installation, photography and video.
She received her Master of Philosophy from University of Latvia (2007) and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Goldsmiths College,
University of London (2014).
Salmane has been participating in group exhibitions since 2001 and has had solo shows in London, Nottingham and Riga.
In 2017, 'Song' by Anna Salmane, Krišs Salmanis in collaboration with Kristaps Pētersons was awarded
Latvian Contemporary Art Award Purvīša Balva.
SOLO & DUO SHOWS
2019 ‘‘Plague’’, Careva gallery, Riga, Latvia
2018 – 'Polysounder' (with artist Krišs Salmanis in collaboration with composer Kristaps Pētersons),
Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, LV
2018 – 'Rise & Fall' (with artist Patricia Mulligan), Blake College, London, GB
2016 – 'The Visitors' (with artist Patricia Mulligan), NX Projects, London, GB
2016 – 'Human / Nature' (with artist Hannah Havana), Back Room, London, GB
2015 – 'Song' (with artist Krišs Salmanis in collaboration with composer Kristaps Pētersons),
Arsenāls Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, LV
2013 – 'Pert&Simple' (with artist Holly James), Surface Gallery, Nottingham, GB
2012 – 'Klaiņa', Office Gallery, Contemporary Art Centre, Riga, LV
2011 – 'Wanderer', Westbourne Grove Church ArtSpace, London, GB
2008 – 'Roofs', The Mentzendorff’s House, Riga, LV
SELECTED GROUP SHOWS
2018 – Riga in Poetry, Riga Art Space, Riga, LV
2017 – 'Purvītis Prize 2017', Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, LV
2016 – 'Invasion Manual', ArtLacuna, London, GB
2016 – 'East European Light', Tartu Art House, Tartu, EE
2016 – 'Contemporary Landscape', Old Bewery, Cesis, LV
2014 – Artishok Biennale, Mūkusalas Art Gallery, Riga, LV
2014 – 'Porsche', by National Art Gallery, Vilnius, LT
2013 – 'Notes of Tukums', Tukums, LV
2013 – ©, Frameless Gallery, London, GB
2006 – 'Timespace', Open-Air Art Museum, Pedvale, LV
2003 – 'Air Year', Open-Air Art Museum, Pedvale, LV
2002 – 'Views', Museum “The Mentzendorff’s House”, Riga, LV