Maija Rudovska (b. 1982, Latvia) is an independent curator and researcher based in Riga, Latvia. She has completed Curatorlab postgraduate studies at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm and has obtained an MA in art history from the Art Academy of Latvia. Her interests include contemporary art and architecture, with a particular focus on space, hybridity and in-betweenness. She has written widely on art and architecture from post-Soviet countries. Recently her article on Manifesta 10 was selected for the International Awards for Art Criticism. Rudovska also runs a curatorial network Blind Carbon Copy (with Juste Kostikovaite). Recently she became an expert of Artist Residencies for Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme 2015-2017.
Latvia through the eyes of five young photographers