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Catalogue of the 'Human Baltic' Exhibition

The catalogue features nearly 150 works by 17 Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian photographers from the 1960s to the 1990s.

Japan pick up at Spiral GARDEN:

7000¥

Japan DELIVERY:

7000¥ + shipping 1000¥

Baltic states delivery:

26€ + shipping 4€

21 x 26 cm

Semi-soft cover

192 pages

Published in 2024 by KOI Nippon

300 copies

For worldwide shipping please contact us: info@koi.lt

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

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Catalogue of the 'Human Baltic' Exhibition

The catalogue features nearly 150 works by 17 Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian photographers from the 1960s to the 1990s.

Japan pick up at Spiral GARDEN:

7000¥

Japan DELIVERY:

7000¥ + shipping 1000¥

Baltic states delivery:

26€ + shipping 4€

21 x 26 cm

Semi-soft cover

192 pages

Published in 2024 by KOI Nippon

300 copies

For worldwide shipping please contact us: info@koi.lt

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

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and enjoy the catalogue right away!

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Catalogue of the 'Human Baltic' Exhibition

The catalogue features nearly 150 works by 17 Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian photographers from the 1960s to the 1990s.

Japan pick up at Spiral GARDEN:

7000¥

Japan DELIVERY:

7000¥ + shipping 1000¥

Baltic states delivery:

26€ + shipping 4€

21 x 26 cm

Semi-soft cover

192 pages

Published in 2024 by KOI Nippon

300 copies

For worldwide shipping please contact us: info@koi.lt

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

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and enjoy the catalogue right away!

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Catalogue of the 'Human Baltic' Exhibition

The catalogue features nearly 150 works by 17 Lithuanian, Latvian, and Estonian photographers from the 1960s to the 1990s.

Japan pick up at Spiral GARDEN:

7000¥

Japan DELIVERY:

7000¥ + shipping 1000¥

Baltic states delivery:

26€ + shipping 4€

21 x 26 cm

Semi-soft cover

192 pages

Published in 2024 by KOI Nippon

300 copies

For worldwide shipping please contact us: info@koi.lt

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

'Humanistic photography in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, like elsewhere in the world, reflects the joys and concerns of humanity. However, in our region, Soviet ideology demanded an embellished image of workers and collective farm paradises from artists. Therefore, the practice of humanistic photography in the Baltic States represented a constant struggle for freedom of expression, identity, and memory. This struggle determined the selection of photographs for the exhibition and catalogue, including critical, ironic deviations and examples of the genre of nudes, which were negated during the Soviet era.'

– Agnė Narušytė, head curator of the exhibition

Pick up at Spiral Garden

and enjoy the catalogue right away!