The Exhibition Years

During this period Anita Zabilevska exhibited widely. Her work included video installations, objects, site-specific work, photographic installations and painting.

She has participated in numerous international contemporary art events across Europe and was also granted the honour of being a part of the artists’ team when Latvia first participated in the international art event – Venice Biennale 1999.

Objective Landscapes

Lightboxes, 2008

EGO SUM.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition.
Municipal gallery BWA,
Bydgoszcz, Poland.

V

Video Installation, 2008

EGO SUM.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition.
Municipal gallery BWA,
Bydgoszcz, Poland.

Fractals

Lightboxes, 2008

EGO SUM.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition.
Municipal gallery BWA,
Bydgoszcz, Poland.

The Favourite Paintings

Installation, 2003

The Path to Europe.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition. Thessaloniki city space,
Thessaloniki, Greece.

Black&White.
Hellenic American Union galleries,
Athens, Greece.

Mobile Museum.
Andrejsala,
Riga, Latvia.

The Film

Video Installation, 2001

Contemporary Utopia.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition.
Exhibition Hall Arsenals,
Riga, Latvia.

Breakthrough.
Perspectives on art from the ten new member states of the EU.
International Contemporary Art Exhibition.
Grote Kerk The Hague,
Hague, The Netherlands.

Plus Minus

CCTV Video Installation, 1999

Plus Minus.
Solo exhibition.
Baltic Art Center Björkanderska Magasinet,
Visby, Gotland, Sweden.

Expansion No. 4

Video Installation, 1999

Venice Biennale.
48th International Exhibition of Contemporary Art.
Chiesa di San Giovanni Novo (San Zaccaria),
Venice, Italy.

Traveller’s Postcards

Object, 1998-1999

Ventspils Transit Terminal.
The 6th annual Soros Center for Contemporary Arts – Ventspils exhibition.
Ventspils, Latvia.

Projection on
an Inclined Plane

Video Installation, 1998

Cool Places.
The 7th Triennial of Contemporary Baltic Art. Contemporary Art Centre,
Vilnius, Lithuania.

After the Wall.
Travelling exhibition “Art and Culture in post – Communist Europe”.
Moderna Museet,
Stockholm, Sweden;
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ludwig Museumt,
Budapest, Hungary;
Nationalgalerie Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof,
Berlin, Germany.

Symmetria

Video Installation, 1997

Ikkuna/Peili. Window/Mirror.
Traveling exhibition “Contemporary Art from Finland and Latvia”.
Exhibition Hall Helsingin Taidehalli, Helsinki, Finland;
Museum of Art Arsenals,
Riga, Latvia.

Faróis Distantes. Distant Lighthouses.
Travelling exhibition.
Fabrica Porto Brandão,
Lisbon, Portugal;
Edsvik Könst & Kultur,
Sollentuna, Sweden.

Cross Section

Multi-media Installation, 1996

Personal Time.
“Art of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania 1945 – 1996”.
Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle,
Warsaw, Poland.

East West
South North

Video Installation, 1996

East West South North.
Solo exhibition.
Club Slepenais eksperiments,
Riga, Latvia.

Container ’96. Art Across Oceans. Copenhagen city space, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Intense Blue

Installation, 1995

Misfits.
The 6th Triennial of Young Baltic Art. Contemporary Art Centre,
Vilnius, Lithuania.

The Map

Installation, 1994

State.
The 2nd annual Soros Center for Contemporary Arts – Riga exhibition.
State Museum of Art,
Riga, Latvia.

Landscape

Site-specific Installation, 1994

The Baltic Jubilee ’94.
Art Festival of the Baltic countries.
City space,
Malmö, Sweden.

Five Identical Landscapes

Multi-media Installation, 1994

Zoom Factor.
The 1st annual Soros Center for Contemporary Arts – Riga exhibition. Exhibition Hall Latvija,
Riga, Latvia.

Painter’s
Sand-Glass

Multi-media Installation, 1993

The 8th International Audiovisual Experimental Festival (AVE).
Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Exhibition of videoinstallations as part of the 2nd French-Baltic Videoart Festival.
Museum of Art Arsenals,
Riga, Latvia.