Andrejs Strokins – Kosmiskās skumjas / Cosmic Sadness
No 10. septembra līdz 28. oktobrim ISSP Galerijā norisināsies viens no Rīgas Fotogrāfijas biennāles 2020 programmas kulminācijas notikumiem – latviešu mākslinieka Andreja Strokina personālizstāde “Kosmiskās skumjas”. Tās pamatā ir projekts, kas veidots kā vizuāla dienasgrāmata un eksperiments ar nolūku privātu pieredzi padarīt par publisku.
Atklāšana – 9. septembrī plkst. 18.00.
From September 10 to October 28 the ISSP Gallery is hosting the solo exhibition “Cosmic Sadness” by Latvian artist Andrejs Strokins, one of the main events of the Riga Photography Biennial 2020. The series Cosmic Sadness is a visual diary and an experiment in private experience made public.
Opening – September 9, 6 PM.
Vairāk informācijas / more info: https://issp.lv/en/gallery/andrejs-strokins
Ok the ISSP applications desk is now officially closed! It looks really exciting!! 163 applications from 35 countries of the world, finally South America is on ISSP map!! :)
The results of the selection process will be available by the beginning of June.
Attention young photographers from Latvia, Turkey, Iceland and Portugal! The applications for participation in the long-term project "Visual narratives: European borderlines" are now open. Photographers aged 18-35 and working in documentary genre are invited to apply till 20 May 2011.
ISSP izsludina pieteikšanos uz meistardarbnīcu "Dokumentālā foto-eseja: Stāsti no Kuldīgas" ar žurnāla National Geographic galveno foto-redaktori Sāru Līnu un radošo direktoru Billu Marru. Darbnīca notiks no 2011. gada 26. – 29. maijam Kuldīgā. Pieteikšanas termiņš: 6. maijs!
Dear visitor! Welcome to the new ISSP website!
We hope that you like the new re-designed version as much as we do! We will be perfecting it in the coming week.
More good news: the applications for the International Summer School of Photography 2011 are open! The complete information on ISSP 2011 is now online and we are looking forward to receiving your incoming applications. Deadline - 8th of May 2011!
Now, this is not a 1st April joke, its official: the ISSP international summer school is moving to Kuldīga! Though it all happened a little suddenly, we are happy with the new situation. The new location, Pelči boarding school, is 4 km away from town, so we’ll keep all the intimacy of the campus. Kuldīga is a gem and a runner up UNESCO world heritage site, it will for sure charm everyone.
Besides, we will have a real castle all for ourselves - imagine ! :)
Many, many things in process. By the end of the month, we will be ready to announce the applications for Summer School 2011. You can already find some information about 2011 workshops and teachers here. We will also have a brand - new website, and more exciting news coming up soon!
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 :)
Hallo everyone! The dates for International Summer School of Photography 2011 are 6 - 14 August, and we plan to announce the applications as usual around end March - beginning of April. Stay tuned!
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).