On Tuesday the Diana World Tour opened in Riga and lomographers from the Baltics welcomed it with open arms and a party! Especially anticipated were the Diana clones by Baltic artists as well as the exhibition of the best Diana Vignettes. The original Russian turntables kept everyone in an analogue mood and made the evening complete.
For all of you who didn’t have the chance to join the opening we want to give you a first insight with our digital gallery as well as with a video.
The exhibition is on display until 17th of September at Galerija Tasty.
Opening hours: on business days from noon to 6pm; on Saturdays from noon to 3pm
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