Posts Tagged: Latvia

Riga PhotoMonth

In early May I visited my home country again (for the fourth time this year!), this time scheduling the trip to coincide with the Riga Photomonth. The inaugural photography festival in Latvia was a real treat with a great selection of

Riga PhotoMonth

In early May I visited my home country again (for the fourth time this year!), this time scheduling the trip to coincide with the Riga Photomonth. The inaugural photography festival in Latvia was a real treat with a great selection of

FEJS Winter School

After a two-month break, it is time for a short update on my recent creative activities. I am currently in my home country, taking part in FEJS Winter School for young photojournalists. Over the weekend, we attended a series of talks and practical

FEJS Winter School

After a two-month break, it is time for a short update on my recent creative activities. I am currently in my home country, taking part in FEJS Winter School for young photojournalists. Over the weekend, we attended a series of talks and practical

FK yearbook 2013

For the third year running, Latvian photography magazine FK released its annual collection of creme de la creme of contemporary lens-based art from the country. This year’s edition is centred around the rhetorical question Who are We? and encompasses six

FK yearbook 2013

For the third year running, Latvian photography magazine FK released its annual collection of creme de la creme of contemporary lens-based art from the country. This year’s edition is centred around the rhetorical question Who are We? and encompasses six

White Night

Riga stayed awake last night. The international festival White Night took place in the Latvian capital, offering diverse programme of cultural events that lasted until dawn. I was pleasantly surprised with the high standard of nearly half a hundred performances, installations

White Night

Riga stayed awake last night. The international festival White Night took place in the Latvian capital, offering diverse programme of cultural events that lasted until dawn. I was pleasantly surprised with the high standard of nearly half a hundred performances, installations

Veins

In 2014, Riga will become the European Capital of Culture. Seeing so many local and international creative projects baking in my hometown is truly remarkable and inspiring. With the International Summer School of Photography hosting workshops since 2006 and opening

Veins

In 2014, Riga will become the European Capital of Culture. Seeing so many local and international creative projects baking in my hometown is truly remarkable and inspiring. With the International Summer School of Photography hosting workshops since 2006 and opening