Kim? Contemporary Art Centre
STREET NERR: GolfClayderman residency in Riga

Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, as part of the Riga Summer of Courage and Joy cultural programme, presents a one-day public residency by artists GolfClayderman and friends in the courtyard of Kim? (Sporta 2 quarter). For seven hours, IELU NERRS (Street Nerr) invites everyone – big and small – to visit and participate in a performance of street culture reflection, where art is interwoven with music and pop culture.


The event will include several hours of artistic paintings on models, DJ sets and live performances by Latvian rap/hip-hop stars, an MC or Master of Ceremonies, attractive activities and competitions to win prizes stamped by GolfClayderman


Venue: Kim? Contemporary Art Centre courtyard (Sporta 2 quarter, Riga).

Authors: GolfClayderman (Margrieta Griestiņa, Aksels Bruks) and Shady Ladies.

Free entry.



15.3017.00 DJ Krī performance and overview of the event’s creative creation process,

17.00 Master of Ceremonies, the Kangaroo, games and gifts for the youngest visitors

18.30 GolfClayderman’s latest collection, IELU NERRS fashion show,

19.3022.00 Musical performances by DJ Krī, Antikvariāts, Svēte and a secret act.


About GolfClayderman:

The French pianist Richard Clayderman would not have imagined that his surname would become the trademark of GolfClayderman, a music, sports and art company with unlimited liability. Its creative core – artists Margrieta Griestiņa and Aksels Bruks – have been signing under a single moniker since 2016, creating performances, artworks and art events. GolfClayderman captivates with its witty, playful attitude to the world. The seemingly innocently subtly ironic style is permeated by a dose of humour, often enhanced by a gentle mix of psychedelic colours. Poeticising the banalities of pop culture, the artists flirt with notions of dilettantism and high art. Artists avoid cynically ironising the shallowness of consumer society, instead embracing it benevolently. GolfClayderman has realised several group and solo exhibitions, performances and various cultural events (including at the Latvian National Museum of Art’s Arsenāls exhibition hall, Riga Photography Biennial, Homo Novus Contemporary Theatre Festival, Alma Gallery) and organises the Madona Contemporary Art Festival “MABOCA”.

The event is supported by: Riga City Council, Ministry of Culture, State Culture Capital Foundation, Valmiermuižas alus. This is one of the events of the Riga Summer Culture Programme. All events organised by the Riga City Council can be found on the Riga Summer Culture Programme website and followed on the "Rīga notiek" social media page.