Former columnist, curator, writer of numerous books, and art critic Helena Demakova has long been prominent in Latvia's cultural scene. She is known for her outspoken views on art and architecture. She has aggressively fought for the construction of a National Library, Modern Art Museum and Concert Hall. After years of inaction, the library project has finally received government support, while the Modern Art Museum received its first private donation, thanks in large part to Demakova. She met with The Baltic Times to discuss art, architecture, social responsibility and her blacklisting in...
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