From May 22 to June 20, 2015 in its Upper Gallery the Mūkusala Art Salon presents Rasa Šulca's solo exhibition 'No One Said a Thing'. At the centre of Rasa's latest paintings are human relationships that at times are difficult to describe or define, but are perceivable and thus real and present. The central question in Rasa's works is – what forms the basis of human relationships and attachments?
'No one said a thing, there was no need. Being together spoke for itself. At times people entwined in a dance or an embrace. At times, simply placed in the space of the painting connected by an invisible bond. An undefinable yet powerful one. A bond formed by the fragility and vividness of human relationships. The tension of ungraspable emotions. No one said a thing, but the looks of people, dried oak leaves and the horsetail meadow in the sun were speaking.' (Rasa Šulca)
Rasa Šulca (1979) graduated from the Department of Painting at the Art Academy of Latvia. She has held 4 solo exhibitions and taken part in a series of group exhibitions. Lives and works in Riga, Latvia.
The exhibition has been made with support from the State Culture Capital Foundation
Curator of the exhibition: Līga Lindenbauma
Publicity image: Rasa Šulca. 'No-one Said a Thing' (Part 1). 2013. Oil on canvas.