30 May – 22 June 2018
Tallinas iela 6
Authors: Annemarija Gulbe, Elizabete Džeina Rubene, Elīna Semane, Mareks Gaidamovičs, Matīss Galzons, Tīna Zariņa, Viktorija Halilova.
Exhibition curator - Anete Skuja.
Conflicting ideologies and concepts saturate our everyday lives, acting as a background for our own personal journeys. Attempts to fit into one’s physical, social and emotional environment can cause a clash between commonly accepted social roles and individual feelings and instincts. This results in a constant becoming and re-becoming of the self, emphasized in this exhibition. The works - some more conceptual, others examples of subjective documentary – are the artists’reflections on growing up, identity, sexuality and the meaning of life while on the fragile border between youth and maturity. Taking their own personal experience as a starting point, the emerging photographers reflect the universal, but at the same time individual and unpredictable course of coming-of-age.
Opening hours: Wednesday till Saturday from 13 AM - 19 PM.
The exhibition is part of the Riga Photomonth 2018 programme.
The ISSP School is a contemporary photography education platform in Riga. The School’s programmes are aimed at young Latvian photographers seeking to broaden their view of the medium as an art form. The tutors include locally and internationally renowned photographers and experts – Iveta Gabaliņa (Vaivode), Ieva Epnere, Andrejs Grants, Arnis Balčus, Solvita Krese, Līga Lindenbauma, and others.