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Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre - multi-functional contemporary art and culture centre located in the Artillery Arsenal building (1833) of Daugavpils Fortress, where history goes hand in hand with the contemporary and creates a unique and...more
Felt fascinated by the artworks there during our short visit to Daugavpils. Thank you for the friendly staff as well.
It's probably better to go there by car than by any other form of transportation, but nevertheless- worth visiting! Will sure go again because the...More
An amazing experiance, very interesting expositions (both teprorary and permanent), friendly staff. I was very surprised to find an art center in Latvia that is on the same level as those in the big cities of other EU countries. Also has a restaurant with tasty...More
The art Centre is located in the very central part of Daugavpils city, within an old Fortress on the bank of river Daugava. It is true that the exposition of the paintings of Mark Rothko is small and it is probably not for every ones'...More
After being number of times in Daugavpils, this time we found this Centre open and paid a visit. Only ground level was open, but we enjoyed the interactive way the history of Daugavpils and Mark Rothko were presented. There are only few original paintings, so...More
As an art museum it may seem disappointing, especially for those who are used to big world class museums. There are only 5 or 6 original Mark Rothko paintings and currently one original Munch. Yet ... look at the map.... Daugavpils is province. This museum...More
Nice modern space to display information about Rothko and show 6 original pieces. It was a shame the pictures were displayed in a rather cramped manner at the end of a number of excellent informative rooms.
We enjoyed our visit to the Mark Rothko Art Centre. Although a rather minimal collection of the great master, it offers a lot of insights as to how he became the artist of non-figurative art.
All of it located in an interesting historic Daugavpils Fortress...More