This is Europe's only contemporary art space, which operates in a still-functioning railway station building. The Art Center "Dubulti" is an outstanding example of the synergy of transport, cultural and public administration resources to create a unique and accessible art platform. The Dubulti station building was built in 1977 and, following the design of architect Igor Javein, creates an association with a stroming sea. In 2015, the station was fully reconstructed, which also paved the way for the establishment of a professionally managed art gallery.
The premises of the Art Station offer a truly unique opportunity to organize various events and surprise participants with an absolutely special event venue.
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From 2nd October to 1st November at Art Station Dubulti there is on view the exhibition “TOHOKU Through the Eyes of Japanese Photographers”. The main motivation for organizing this project was the devastating earthquake that impacted Japan in 2011 11th March. The whole world got informed about the catastrophe and the news were filled with the names of cities and villages in Tohoku. But there were few stories about the history and the culture of the region. This exhibition hopes to fulfill the information gap. The Japan Foundation, who organized this project, invited Kōtarō Iizawa, photography critic, author of many books and the founder and editor in chief of the legendary Tokyo photography magazine déjà-vu (1990-1995) to be the curator of the exhibition.Close