The ISSP 2011 Evening programme will present exciting series of presentations and talks by teachers and guests - every evening 20:00, starting from 7 August till ISSP Exhibition Opening on 13th August. The evening talks are open to visitors free of charge - all lovers of photography are welcome.
Diskusija - What Do Artists Want. ART and LAW
1971. gadā kurators, izdevējs, bibliogrāfs un kolekcionārs Sets Sīgelaubs (Seth Siegelaub) ar advokāta Roberta Projanskī (Robert Projansky) palīdzību uzrakstīja ‘’Mākslinieku aizsargāto tiesību līgumu’’, kas bija veidots tā, lai pārstāvētu mākslinieku ekonomiskās intereses, īpaši mākslas darbu tālākpārdošanas, reproducēšanas vai deponēšanas gadījumos – paredzēts, lai kalpotu kā visiem māksliniekiem pieejams līgums, kas uzrakstīts viegli saprotamā valodā. Tas tika izplatīts plašsaziņas līdzekļos un iztulkots daudzās valodās. Līgumu izmanto vēl joprojām, taču par spīti tam autortiesības, pārdošanas tiesības, apdrošināšana un citi mākslinieku ikdienas darbā svarīgi juridiski temati Latvijas mākslas vides kontekstā liek uzdot daudz svarīgus jautājumus – kuram būtu jāsedz apdrošināšana? Kā novērtēt, kāda ir darba vērtība? Kā rīkoties gadījumā, ja darbs ir bojāts, taču nav apdrošināšanas un līguma? Vai vienošanās e-pastā ir leģitīma utt.?
5. februārī, plkst. 18.00 VV Foundation aicina uz trešo cikla ''What do artists want?'' sarunu par un ap mākslinieku tiesību jautājumiem ISSP Galerijā. Diskusijas sākumā BDO law jurists un mākslas tiesību jautājumu speciālists Rolands Žīgurs sniegs ieskatu jautājumos, kas saistīti ar autortiesībām.
Diskusija notiks latviešu valodā.
Ieeja bez maksas. Vietu skaits ir ierobežots, tāpēc aicinām ierasties laicīgi.
In 1971, curator, publisher, bibliographer and collector Seth Siegelaub with the help of lawyer Robert Projansky wrote The Artist’s Reserved Rights Transfer and Sale Agreement, which was crafted with the aim of representing artists’ economical rights, especially in cases of resale, reproduction and loaning of the work of art – intended to serve as an agreement available to all artists and written in a easy to understand language. It was distributed through mass media and translated into many languages. The agreement remains in use, yet in spite of this fact many important questions regarding copyright, resale rights, insurance and other legal issues important in artists’ daily work remain open in the context of the Latvian art scene – who should cover insurance costs? How to determine the value of the work? What to do in a situation when the work is damaged yet there is no insurance or agreement? Is an agreement through e-mail legally binding etc.?
On February 5 at 18.00 VV Foundation invites you to take part in the third discussion in the cycle "What do artists want?" about and around questions regarding artists’ rights, taking place at the ISSP Gallery.
Before the discussion, attorney at BDO Law and expert on arts law Rolands Žīgurs will give an overview of questions related to copyright.
The discussion will be held in Latvian.
ISSP invites all interested in Black and White analogue process and looking for lab facilities to become 2011 members of our BW Lab in Andrejsala (Riga). Lab members can use fully equipped ISSP BW lab for a year - pretty much without any time limits. Full info in Latvian below. For more info, please call Arnis :)
A short video-documentation of ISSP 2010 exhibition “Reference Point” currently on show at Goethe Institute in Riga is available on vimeo! For those who still have not seen it, the exhibition will be on show till January 30.
And, btw, as of January 2011 the ISSP 2010 catalogues and the complete collection of 2006 - 2010 catalogues can be purchased at the Latvian Museum of Photography (you can also take a look at them for free at kim? reading room, Satori, META cafe, Istaba and couple of other places).
Goethe Institute and ISSP are pleased to invite you to the ISSP 2010 Exhibition in Riga. Opening on 3 November 2010, 18:30, at Goethe-Institut Riga, Torņa iela 1.
The ISSP Evening Programme at Ezersala boarding school (Ludza district) from 1st till 7th August will be traditionally open for interested visitors and guests! Detailed programme in English here.
We all try again and are looking forward to host Aaron Shuman in Riga this weekend, provided no more volcano surprises coming up. The lecture “Whatever Was Splendid: New American Photographs” will take place at kim? at 19:00 on Saturday 1 May 2010.
The workshop Aesthetics of nostalgia will run this weekend, 1-2 May. You are welcome to apply for several vacant places till this Friday, 30 April!
THE APPLICATIONS TO ISSP 2010 ARE WELCOME TILL 10TH MAY WITHOUT CHANGES.
In framework of US culture month in Riga “Made in USA“, we are pleased to invite applications to an ISSP-run workshop Aesthetics of nostalgia by a great photographer, editor, writer and curator Aaron Shuman. The workshop shall take place on 17-18 April 2010, at kim? Riga.
The two days course combines lectures, critique, and individual photographing by participants to explore in depth the subject of NOSTALGIA. See complete workshop description here, and apply till 15 April!
The schedule of public events that we are planning in cooperation with kim? :
23 March 2010, 19:00 - Vanessa Winship and George Georgiou: artist talk & works presentation - open event for all interested
27-28 March 2010 (2 full days) - “Documentary practice and narrative, the long term project”: double master-class, workshop - previous application required