Art Project of Global Affairs of Art on a view from 12.10.-11.11.2018 at the Lichtraum Gallery, Vienna
"Parallax", 100 x 100 cm, oil on canvas, 2018
100 IN LATVIAN ART, participation in the juried exhibition from 06.07.-09.09.2018 at the Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre
"Choices", 200 x 200 cm, oil on canvas, 2018
Solo show OVERLAYS, on a view from 30.05. till 26.06.2018, Gallery Māksla XO.
"Transition", 200 x 200 cm, oil on canvas, 2018.
Interview with Vineta Kaulača in the magazine “Pastaiga”, March Issue.
Conversation with Inita Saulīte-Zandere, photo-Oļegs Zernovs, style-Olga Kolotova.
Latvian National Museum of Art has included two of V.Kaulača’s paintings from series “Speeding up” in the Painting Collection.
Vineta Kaulača’s solo exhibition “Kaleidoscope” was opened on the November 23rd, 2017 in Brussels at the premises of the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Latvia to the EU, marking the 99th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Latvia.
From left: the President of the Republic of Latvia Raimonds Vējonis, Ambassador, Permanent Representative to the EU Sanita Pavļuta-Deslandes, Vineta Kaulača
Editorial team of the international independent bimonthly print and digital art magazine ArtMaze Mag have selected V.Kaulača’s work for publication in the Late Summer Issue 4. Physical copies of ArtMaze Mag are available at McNally Jackson Books (New York), Do You Read Me?! (Berlin), White Cube Gallery and MagCulture (London) and throughout the UK in select stores.
V.Kaulača’s work is selected for the Arte Laguna Prize finalists exhibition that takes place at Arsenale, Venice. The Arte Laguna Prize is exhibiting 125 works from around the world, the finalists of the eleventh edition of the contest, which give us a glimpse into the current state of international contemporary art. The exhibition is curated by Igor Zanti with the collaboration of ten international jurors - Flavio Arensi, Tamara Chalabi, Paolo Colombo, Suad Garayeva, Ilaria Gianni, Emanuele Montibeller, Salvador Nadales, Fatos Ustek, Alma Zevi and Nav Haq. The exhibition is accompanied by a bilingual catalogue.