For the fifth year FK Magazine is publishing the Latvian Photography Yearbook.
Exhibition Euromaidan, book on Riga stray cats and documentary films this week in Riga.
Five photographers and five scholars have co-created a unique interdisciplinary study of contemporary Latvian landscape.
German photographer is fundraising for a new photo book about stray cats in Riga.
They often waste their freedom at their own request, over something stupid. Photo story about the prisoners in Poland.
Recent movie has reawakened the discussion around Vivian Maier – the nanny/photographer from Chicago discovered a couple of years ago.
Exhibitions, artist talks, a portfolio review, self-publishing events, film screenings and other activities in a new photo festival in Riga.
Photographers Arnis Balčus, Reinis Hofmanis and Alnis Stakle examine Latvian landscape.
This year’s Yearbook is coming out on 10 September. You can pre-order your copy from this website.
Rob Hornstra and Arnold Van Bruggen have been documenting changes in the conflict ridden North Caucasus.
On 25 October this year’s Yearbook will be launched.
National museum hosts a major retrospective of one of the greatest Latvian photographers.