Stories from our backyards belong to the world. A conversation with Anastasia Sosunova | Alberta Vengrytė

Panke and panke.gallery: a space for people with a different kind of behaviour | Aušra Trakšelytė

Photo reportage from ‘Sticky Moment’ by Marek Delong and Anna Slama at EKA Galerii | Photo from Estonia

‘Photo Salon In Sodu Str’ by Benigna Kasparavičiūtė & Kęstutis Šapoka at ‘Sodų 4’
by Echo Gone Wrong

Everything started in around 2004 when friends used to show those never ending travel photos to Benigna Kasparavičiūtė and Kęstutis Šapoka, so they decided to act accordingly. As the artists could not afford to go on holidays to other countries


Stories from our backyards belong to the world. A conversation with Anastasia Sosunova
by Alberta Vengrytė

When we first began arranging the details for our meeting, Anastasia suggested we should do it in Lazdynai, one of the farther districts of Vilnius. There, besides the modernist apartment buildings so praised in architecture history textbooks, you’ll find the


‘The Return of Sweetness’ by Pakui Hardware at Tenderpixel, London
by Echo Gone Wrong

For their first solo show in London, the duo Pakui Hardware developed an entirely new project for Tenderpixel’s space, exploring metabolism both as a metaphorical device and as a physical and biological process. — Great vegetables, great organs, greater economy.


Photo reportage from ‘Sticky Moment’ by Marek Delong and Anna Slama at EKA Galerii
by Echo Gone Wrong

“…This whole mass of material is changing trough the time, every other minute there is a new image inside of me, different rhythm of my existence, different ghost in the same reflection. Is that even a reflection? Maybe it’s the


Photo reportage from a showcase by Rupert residents Laurie Kang and Santiago Taccetti at the Pakrantė gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

On the 26th of February, Rupert presented a showcase of works by February residents, Laurie Kang and Santiago Taccetti, at the Pakrantė gallery space and in Kang’s studio (Vaidilutes st. 79, Vilnius). The showcase brought together the works they had


Photo reportage from Natalia LL’s retrospective ‘Sum ergo sum’
by Echo Gone Wrong

Natalia Lach-Lachowicz – Natalia LL – is one of the most important Polish artists of the second half of the twentieth century. The exhibition Sum ergo sum is retrospective in character as it attempts to capture and summarise the oeuvre of the


Panke and panke.gallery: a space for people with a different kind of behaviour
by Aušra Trakšelytė

There are not many places in Vilnius in Lithuania that carry out their cultural activities integrally. By ‘integrally’ here, we do not mean a model combining the studios of artists, musicians and other creative people, or a blend of exhibitions


Photo reportage from Kristaps Ancāns’ exhibition ‘For Household Use’ at Careva contemporary, Riga
by Echo Gone Wrong

“For Household Use” is a first solo show in Riga by Kristaps Ancāns (b. Livani, Latvia, 1990, based in London, UK). Ancans nourishes his artistic practice with concept of artificial nostalgia (having an image in ones head of how things


The exhibition ‘Object evolution’ by Yasmin Alt and Kai Franz at (AV17) gallery, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

German artists Yasmin Alt and Kai Franz at the exhibition “Object evolution” focus on the relation between new technologies, human creativity and authorship, which has recently become especially relevant. They look back to creativity across history, while also looking forward


Photo reportage from the musical performance ‘Orchestra of Holes’ at the National Gallery of Art, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

Contemporary artist Kristina Inčiūraitė in collaboration with the students of Vilnius Justinas Vienožinskis Art School and ColdTrane Spirit, a jazz band of Vilnius Balys Dvarionas Music School led by the jazz virtuoso, saxophonist Kęstutis Vaiginis, presented the musical performance Orchestra


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Depths, Cuts and Grains’ by Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė and Louise Oates at Prospekto Photography Gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

A duo exhibition “Depths, Cuts and Grains” by artists Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė and Louise Oates was opened Tuesday, 13th March, at “Prospekto galerija” (Prospekto Photography Gallery, Gedimino ave. 43, Vilnius). During the opening, both artists and the exhibition text author


The Estonian Art Index has been launched
by Echo Gone Wrong

Estonian Contemporary Art Development Center has launched the website www.kunstiindeks.ee which provides information about transactions made in the Estonian art market as well as general trends in the market to everyone who is interested. A seminar introducing the Estonian Art Index will


Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA) Announces Artists
by Echo Gone Wrong

Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art (RIBOCA) is pleased to announce the artists who will participate in the first edition. A total of 99 artists including 10 collectives will be participating in the biennial. Almost a third of the participating


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The Big Picture’ at the Rooster gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Individual is collective. Sparse is dense. Personal is public. Image is sound. Big is bigger. The Big Picture. The Rooster Gallery representing the youngest generation of Lithuanian artists invites you to the opening of the group exhibition “The Big Picture”


The Rhetoric of Condensed Video Time. The exhibition ‘Stains and Scratches’ by Deimantas Narkevičius at the National Gallery of Art
by Tautvydas Bajarkevičius

‘Stains and Scratches’, a solo exhibition of video art by Deimantas Narkevičius, was presented in the 12th, the grand exhibition hall of the National Gallery of Art from 28 January 2017 to 25 February 2018. It was an integral installation,


Photo reportage from the performance ‘Wheel and Stick’ by Jurga Barilaitė at Sodų 4
by Echo Gone Wrong

“Wheel and Stick” is a workshops and performance series event by artist Jurga Barilaitė, starting from 9th March 2018 on the ground floor of project space “Sodų 4”, continuously visible from the outside through the windows of the space. A


‘Undersong’ by Lina Lapelytė and Indrė Šerpytytė at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre
by Echo Gone Wrong

Undersong is an exhibition of Lithuanian artists Lina Lapelytė and Indrė Šerpytytė co-organised by the Vilnius-based art centre, Rupert. Following Rupert’s commitment to supporting a young generation of Lithuanian artists in reaching an international audience, the art centre shows two


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘In the Truth’ by Toms Harjo at Kim?
by Echo Gone Wrong

In the Truth[1] tackles the narrative of a person’s relationship with religion in a vastly secular-minded world. A young person’s efforts of living according to the principles of the Bible and dealing with the fear of being alienated by parts


‘From a Body I Spent’ by Felix Kalmenson at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre
by Echo Gone Wrong

‘Sometimes, waking, I forget where I am’, I imagine Felix telling me over the phone. ‘I am glad to know what I am worth, as everyday raptures. My collected customs like words begin to form a certain vocabulary, cliffs for


Photo reportage from ‘V Formation’ by Žilvinas Kempinas in the Galleries at Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis
by Echo Gone Wrong

INDIANAPOLIS – The spring exhibitions in the Galleries at Herron School of Art and Design open March 7, 2018, headlined by a survey of works by kinetic artist Žilvinas Kempinas, including the international debut of a new, 112-foot-long site-responsive work.


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