ISSP Gallery at the art fair Foto Tallinn

From the series

::LV::

Šonedēļ, no 27. līdz 29. septembrim, ISSP Galerija pirmoreiz piedalīsies starptautiskā mākslas mesē — “Foto Tallinn”, kas norisināsies jaunatvērtajā Kai mākslas centrā, Tallinā. Mesē būs pārstāvēti 35 Igaunijas un citvalstu mākslinieki, ļaujot apmeklētājiem novērtēt viņu jaunākos darbus — fotogrāfijas, videomākslu un instalācijas. ISSP Galerija apmeklētājus iepazīstinās ar Aleksandra Gronska, Ivetas Gabaliņas un Katrīnas Neiburgas darbiem.

Aicinām ikvienu apmeklēt mūsu stendu Kai mākslas centra pirmajā stāvā, kā arī izbaudīt meses plašo pavadošo notikumu programmu, kurā iekļautas gan tikšanās ar māksliniekiem, diskusijas un performances, gan grāmatu atklāšanas un īpašas tūres meses apskatīšanai. Atsevišķi pasākumi paredzēti tiem, kurus interesē laikmetīgās fotogrāfijas iegāde un kolekcionēšana.

Plašāka informācija pieejama “Foto Tallinn” mājaslapā.

::ENG::

This week, from September 27 to 29, the ISSP Gallery will for the first time take part in an international art fair — Foto Tallinn, happening at the newly opened Kai Art Center in Tallinn. The fair will feature the latest works by 35 Estonian and international artists, including photographs, video art, and spatial installations. The ISSP Gallery will be offering visitors an opportunity to get to know work by Alexander Gronsky, Iveta Gabaliņa and Katrīna Neiburga.

We invite everyone to visit our stand, located on the ground floor of the Kai Art Center, and to enjoy the fair’s diverse programme, which includes artist talks, panel discussions, performances, book launches and curated tours. Special events for those interested in buying or collecting contemporary photography will also take place during the fair.

More information can be found on the webpage of Foto Tallinn.

 

The venue & opening times / adrese un darba laiks

Art Fair Foto Tallinn

Kai Art Center (Port Noblessner, Peetri 12, Tallinn)

September 27-29, 2019

Fri-Sat 12-21, Sun 12-18

ISSP 2010 applications completed

Dear all, the ISSP Application period is now closed. We have received 182 applications from a total of 41 countries. The runners-up after Latvia (54) are Germany (15), Italy/Russia (11), UK (10), and Finland/Turkey (7). The furthest ones are Canada/US, South Africa, and Hong Kong. We seem to have gone global this year. This is truly exciting, thank you all!

We are looking forward for evaluating the applications! The results of participants’ selection will be known by the end of the month - everyone who applied will hear from us. Have a great month of May! :)

ISSP 2010 Applications - 5 days to go

Just a reminder: the deadline for the ISSP 2010 Applications is 10 May 2010 as announced and will not be prolonged. We will be accepting applications till 24:00 Monday, 10th of May. Any applications arriving later will only be considered for the Waiting list, if at all.

Ps. We are already very excited about the amazing collection of applications that have already arrived (by now from 28 countries, 4 continents)! We wish you all good luck and are looking forward for the selection process!

Aaron Shuman in Riga (second try)

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.

ISSP Applications (update)

The Application form now works in all browsers! In case you encounter a problem, write to us at office@issp.lv.

We have already received first 10 applications from an incredible mixture of 7 countries! :) Looking forward for more!

ISSP Applications open (but for Safaris)

Hey hey! We are pleased to announce that the applications for the International Summer School of Photography 2010 are officially open. The deadline for applications is 10 May 2010. We will accept 60 students in total this year.

One small note! - our newly introduced on-line Application form still refuses to make friends with Safari browser, so problems with uploading photos there. Thus you will be on safer side if you use any other browser than Safari if you want to apply immediately. We are working on this problem, so hopefully everything works everywhere soon!
And of course, we are looking forward to seeing your applications!
And please, spread the news :)

Coming up - ISSP 2010 Applications

The new OnLine Application form will materialize Very Soon (all of our fingers crossed). Meanwhile, the complete information on ISSP 2010 is already here. Take a look and prepare yourselves!

Aaron Shuman in Riga: workshop and lecture

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!

ISSP 2010 workshops online

We are happy to present the fantastic collection of ISSP 2010 workshops! Please see Workshops & teachers. The electronic Application form will appear online very soon.

Sunny greetings from ISSP team :)

ISSP 2010 in the cooking

Hey  hey! Just in case anybody doubts it - ISSP 2010 will take place this year, disregarding all the crises!!! And it will be greater than ever, with fantastic teachers, and of course, fantastic students!:) The dates are 31 July - 8 August 2010, in Ezersala, Ludza. We are actively working on the preparations and fundraising - lets keep our fingers crossed for our yet-unconfirmed supporters and sponsors, as we hope to keep the fees down as usual…

We plan to announce the applications by the beginning of April 2010! btw, we have received two applications already - using the 2009 form. these are considered too late… upps… too early ;-))