Lala de Dios on Textiles and Cultural Identity.

Opening 6th Riga International Textile and Fibre Art Triennial (ARSENALS Exhibition Hall, Torna St. 1, Riga, Latvia)

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    • Latvian artist and triennial jury member Egils Rosenbergs in front of Sheila Hicks’ work.
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    • Triennial jury member Egils Rosenbergs.
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    • Ms. Dace Melbarde, Ministre for Culture of the Republic of Latvia talking at the opening.
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    • Ms. Dace Melbarde, Ministre for Culture of the Republic of Latvia talking at the opening.
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        • ETN President Lala de Dios talking at the opening.
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        • ETN President Lala de Dios talking at the opening.
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        • Ms. Velta Raudzepa, triennial curator and project leader (Latvian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design) talking at the opening.
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        • Ms. Velta Raudzepa, triennial curator and project leader (Latvian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design) talking at the opening.
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        • From left to right: Mr. Pasi Välimaa, Finland, Textile artist and designer, Professor, University of Gothenburg, Sweden; Ms. Laima Orzzekauskiené-Ore, Textile artist, Professor Vilnius Academy of Art, Kaunas Faculty, Lithuania; Mr. Egils Rozenbergs, Textile artist, Latvia; Ms. Signe Kivi, Textile artist, Director Tartu Art Museum, Estonia; all of them members of the international triennial jur; Mr. Jon Eric Riis, United States, invited artist and Ms. Dace Melbarde, Ministre for Culture of the Republic of Latvia.
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                • ETN President Lala de Dios with artists Diana Springall, United Kingdom, Jon Eric Riis, United States.
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                • ETN President Lala de Dios in front of Egis Rozenbergs’ work in the triennial exhibition.
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                • ETN President Lala de Dios and Egis Rozenbergs in front of Egis Rozenbergs’ work in the triennial exhibition.