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OPENING HOURS DURING THE EASTER HOLIDAYS

Thursday, 18.04. 12.00 – 18.00
Friday, 19.04.. Closed
Saturday, 20.04. 11.00 – 16.00
Sunday, 21.04. Closed
Monday, 22.04. Closed
Tuesday, 23.04. Closed

 
GROUP EXHIBITION “(UN)NATURAL BODIES”

04.04. – 12.05.2019
The group exhibition “(UN)NATUARL BODIES” will be on view from April 4 at the Latvian Museum of Photography. This exhibition is a part of Riga Photography Biennial – NEXT 2019 programme.
The exhibition touches upon a wide notion of (UN)NATURAL BODIES – analysed from different perspectives; either individual or collective, intimate and sensual or entangled in dramatic common history (WWII), metaphorically or literally intertwined with nature, melted in digital reality or craving for sensual confirmation. Authors are students and graduates of the Photography Department at the University of Arts in Poznan (PL).

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NINA KORHONENA. "ANNA - AMERIKAN MUMMU"(SWEDEN)

17.01. – 24.02.2019
The show is a story and a tribute to Nina Korhonen`s beloved grandmother Anna. The photographs have been taken in New York and Lake Worth, Florida between 1993-1999. The photographs are close to everydaylife, sensual and warm – with lot of humour. The exhibition is a tribute to an elderly woman who seeked a different life and found it.
The journey to America had been grandmother’s big dream since she was eight years old and promised to follow her aunt to the great “Wonderland”.

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MUSEUM NIGHT 2018

• 19:00 - 21:00 “The Other Side of the Collection’s Door at the Latvian Museum of Photography”
• 20:00 - 21:00 Guest of the museum – photo restorer of Riga History and Navigation Museum – Kristaps Latvis: History, structure, preservation and restoration of photography

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LATVIAN MUSEUM OF PHOTOGRAPHY ANNOUNCES AN APPLICATION COMPETITION FOR EXHIBITIONS IN 2019 AND 2020

Latvian Museum of Photography announces an application competition for exhibitions in 2019 and 2020. Photographers, artists and curators are welcome to submit the applications in English till September 7, 2019. The application should include a statement of the exhibition concept (1500-3000 characters), description of the author's experience and creative activities, information on works to be included in the exhibition (number of works, dimensions, date of creation) and photos of all works indicating if this is the final selection. The museum provides premises for the exhibition, but the preparation works (printing, framing, transporting) is the responsibility of the author. The applications will be graded by a special jury of art critics, photographers and employees of the museum.
Photographers, artists and curators, please apply info@fotomuzejs.lv!

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ANDA MAGONE, LAILA HALILOVA, RŪTA KALMUKA. “IMPLICIT MEMORY”

05.04. – 06.05.2018.
Photography exhibition “Implicit Memory” featuring works by Latvian photographers Anda Magone, Laila Halilova, Rūta Kalmuka will be exhibited from April 5 in Latvian Museum of Photography. This exhibition is a part of Riga Photography Biennial 2018 programme.

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VIKA EKSTA ANIMATED PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION „MOVING PHOTOGRAPHY”

17.08. – 5.11.2017

Photography exhibition “Moving Photography” featuring works by Latvian photographer Vika Eksta will be exhibited from 17th August in Latvian Museum of Photography.

Animated photography exhibition “Moving Photography” helps to study, interpret and improve the current exhibition of historical photography of the Latvian Museum of Photography, which is devoted to the development of photography media, by supplementing it with contemporary content. Animated photographs were taken while the author was working on objects exhibiting at the museum's permanent exhibition and with the museum staff, creating moving images in which these objects and people appear in the main role, thus, both reflecting on the media and technical development of photography, as well as allowing the viewer to see the historical exhibition “anew”.

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