The results of an international project EINLab: Interact! are now available in a beautiful online magazine - see the works of 16 young photographers from Poland, Latvia, Slovenia and Germany done at a 3-week residency in Berlin. Featured young talents from Latvia: Ieva Raudsepa, Agnese Mūrnice, Līga Spunde and Una Stade.
Riga Photography Biennial & ISSP Gallery prize shortlist announced
The Riga Photography Biennial and ISSP Gallery announces 15 nominees for Seeking the Latest in Photography! Award 2019! Congratulations to Georgs Avetisjans (LV), Jurgis Gecys (LT), Veronika Gorbačova (LV), Annemarija Gulbe (LV), Aksel Haagensen (EE), Hedi Jaansoo (EE), Paula Jansone (LV), Mari-Leen Kiipli (EE), Kotryna Ula Kiliulyte (LT), Vytautas Kumza (LT), Eliis Laul (EE), Reinis Lismanis (LV), Annija Muižule (LV), Zanda Puče (LV), Aap Tepper (EE).
The award winner will be announced on November 15 and will be offered a solo exhibition during the Riga Photography Biennial’s Off-year programme in April 2019 at the ISSP Gallery (Berga Bazārs, Riga). Several other prizes will also be awarded, including the possibility for up to 10 applicants to participate in the portfolio review of Riga Photography Biennial’s Off-year programme in 2019 free of charge. Gytis Skudžinskas un Vilma Samulionyte (LT), founders of NoRoutine Books, will select one of the participants for their own award – an opportunity to publish a photo book.
Finalists will be selected by an international jury: Paul Paper (LT), artist and curator; Daiga Rudzāte (LV), editor-in-chief of ‘Arterritory’ culture portal and director of INDIE culture project agency; Mitch Speed (CA/DE), artist and art critic; Michael Biedowicz (DE), photo editor and owner of Pavlov’s Dog Gallery; Jonatan Habib Engqvist (SE), curator; Sten Ojave (EE), curator at Center For Contemporary Arts, Estonia; Amelie Schule (DE), ‘Unseen’ exhibition manager; Diāna Tamane (LV), artist and RPB Award 2018 winner; Iveta Gabaliņa, programme director of the ISSP Gallery.
Dārgie draugi! Priecājamies, ka ilgi lolotā ideja īstenojusies un ISSP katalogs ir pārtapis par skaistu iknedēļas dizaina Plānotāju! Jauna izdevuma prezentācija 14.novembrī plkst 19:00 Birojnīcā! / We are very happy that our long-term idea has come to life - the presentation of the new 2013 Weekly Planner will take place on 14 November in Birojnīca!
News from sunny Istanbul: the complete collection of books and videos created within the Middle Town project will be featured at DEPO Istanbul from 2 to 4 November 2012!
Piektdien, 2.novembrī aicinām uz tikšanos ar autoru Fotogrāfijas muzejā: vācu fotogrāfe Sibylle Fendt stāstīs par "Gertneru ceļojumu“ un citām savām dokumentālo portretu sērijām!
We are starting a new long-term project Contemporary Self Portraits and Portaits. For two years, a extensive collection of self-portraits and portraits of the inhabitants of Riga will be developed in cooperation with local and foreign artists; the results presented to the public in an exhibition in 2014!
20.oktobrī plkst 16:00 aicinām uz norveģu fotogrāfa Mortena Andersena darbu prezentāciju, kas sniegs ieskatu mākslinieka autor projektos un mākslas un fotogrāfijas pasaulē aktuālajā neatkarīgās izdevējdarbības (self-publishing) kustībā.
A complete collection of the ISSP 2012 participants' final works is online in the galleries of this website and on vimeo!
Dear all, the new European Borderlines website is online, featuring the complete results of the project!
For those of you who've been working on a project for a while, dreaming to someday turn it into a book: we invite applications for a 4-day workshop with Norwegian photographer and book publisher Morten Andersen "Editing a Project into a Book" - on 21-24 October in Riga. Application deadline: 27th September.
Jodi Bieber on ISSP (29 August 2012):
A magical space for students' struggle, growth and realisations in their photographic development with a lot of fun in between. The passion of the ISSP team carried through to all of us allowing amazing bonds to blossom. PLEASE invite me again!
Phil Toledano on ISSP (28 August 2012):
I wasn't quite sure what to expect from ISSP, but I was suprised on all counts. The level of the students, and their ability AND desire to go beyond what they were used to. I was surprised by the intensity of the experience - how quickly we became a close-knit community, and by how much I got out of it. I was quite sad, when it was all over.