In Sector A of Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre, you can see the permanent display “Mark Rothko. Life and Art”, enjoy an exhibition of Mark Rothko’s originals, browse a digital display about the artist’s biography and his different creative periods, and spend some time in the library.

The small five-work exhibition in the Rothko Room traces the radical development of the artist’s creativity throughout his career: from the early figurative paintings of the 1920s through the transition period in the 1940s to his revolutionary “classical” period of the 1950s and 1960s.

THE EXHIBITION FEATURES THE FOLLOWING ORIGINALS BY ARTIST MARK ROTHKO:

“Self-Portrait,” 1936 (Christopher Rothko’s Collection)

“Room in Karnak”, 1946 (Christopher Rothko’s Collection)

“Aeolian Harp”/No 7, 1946 (Christopher Rothko’s Collection)

Untitled, 1948 (Kate Rothko Prizel’s Collection)

Untitled (Brown on Red), 1964 (Kate Rothko Prizel’s Collection).