Julius von Bismarck in conversation with Mindaugas Gapševičius

Moments of Failure. Interview with Diana Tamane | Laura Brokāne

Painting is the Gemini of Art Astrology | Annie Godfrey Larmon

Contemporary painting strategies. Merike Estna in conversation with Alberta Vengrytė

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Mules’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre
by Echo Gone Wrong

Mules is a teleportation of the exhibition Moles developed collaboratively for the Museum for Photography in Berlin, as part of the ongoing series Seen By between the University of Arts Berlin and Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin. Moles are


‘Exhibition and Retreat’ by Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz at Sodų 4
by Echo Gone Wrong

In February project space „Sodų 4“ was hosting a show by artists Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz who met during the residency exchange programme in Vienna in 2016. Touching upon different aspects of connecting the past and the present, both


‘Tastes Like headaches’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre
by Echo Gone Wrong

3 “Fragile reverie bleaches the real and paints over it, washed out, without depth, in thin, contiguous layers, a somnolent world into which the dreamer sinks and is lost,” wrote Jean-Luc Nancy about the dream, the “fine thread” of which


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Citynature: Vilnius and Beyond’ at the National Gallery of Art, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

The exhibition Citynature: Vilnius and Beyond is a showcase for art and scientific research which reflects the city not solely as a man-made creation, but rather as an ecosystem where human activity is in a constant interplay with processes of both an


Deimantas Narkevičius at the Maureen Paley gallery, London
by Echo Gone Wrong

London based gallery Maureen Paley is pleased to announce the second presentation of work by Deimantas Narkevičius at the gallery. Following on from his screening project in February 2015 this exhibition takes its title from Narkevičius’ new 3D film which


Photo reportage from exhibition ‘Premonition’ by Dainius Trumpis
by Echo Gone Wrong

The feeling of grey. The feeling of cold. The feeling of flat… The feeling of silence. The feeling of the repetition of sensations and the sensation of forthcoming reality. The memories about halls which raise respectful emotion, pools which used


Photo reportage from Adomas Danusevičius’ exhibition at the Rooster gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

 “Penis Mushroom Series” is the eighth solo exhibition by Adomas Danusevičius. It presents paintings and sculptural objects created during the last two years. Since his first solo exhibition held in 2008, the painter surprises by the consistency of his work.


Photo reportage from exhibition by Agnė Juodvalkytė at project space Kabinetas
by Echo Gone Wrong

In her first personal exhibition TRACES Agnė Juodvalkytė explores space and refers to material, as in her creative work overall. According to Berlin’s Kunstfabrik HB55 curator Kerstin Godschalk, Agnė Juodvalkytė lets the canvas speak volumes. Classically trained at the department


What is the NSRD?
by Indrek Grigor

In 2015, the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) ‘celebrated’ the year of Hardijs Lediņš. But it would seem that their celebrations are continuing. In the autumn of 2016, the LCCA released a sizably dense book entitled Workshop for the


Julius von Bismarck in conversation with Mindaugas Gapševičius
by Mindaugas Gapševičius

I met up with Julius von Bismarck at the CAC café in Vilnius, where he came for an interview with me, initiated by the National Gallery of Art in Vilnius, as part of his exhibition entitled Citynature: Vilnius and Beyond


The metaphorical extinction of Latvia
by Santa Remere

Review of the exhibition ‘To My Homeland’ by Ivars Drulle Gallery Alma, 30.11.2016.-20.01.2017. Ivars Drulle’s exhibition To My Homeland invites his countrymen and foreigners alike to take a look at a theme no one really wants to discuss, think about


Photo reportage from Tomas Martišauskis’ exhibition at Sodų 4
by Echo Gone Wrong

Project space “Sodų 4” is starting the new year with a solo show by artist Tomas Martišauskis titled “Meadow Guesses”. The static journey within the exhibition will offer a possibility to stumble upon the materiality and plasticity of information, upon


Photo reportage from Ieva Kraule’s and Kaspars Groshevs’ exhibition at Futura
by Echo Gone Wrong

Sand seep out of my sleeves, out of my pockets. Persistent seeping for days, years, decades till there is nothing left of me but sand. Dig deep into it. Be adventurous, be archaeologist and make me your field study. Lose


The kim? Residency Award 2017 finalists have been disclosed
by Echo Gone Wrong

kim? Contemporary art centre has revealed the four kim? Residency Award 2017 finalists: artists Ieva Kraule, Maija Kurševa, Krišs Salmanis and Evita Vasiļjeva. This year the award winner will have the opportunity to partake in a three-month residency at Gasworks


Painting is the Gemini of Art Astrology
by Annie Godfrey Larmon

On January 9, the iPhone turned ten. As the ubiquitous technology enters its preteens, with over a billion units sold, it wouldn’t be a stretch to suggest that the slick apparatus has more invasively impacted our relationship to images than


Moments of Failure. Interview with Diana Tamane
by Laura Brokāne

Interview with Diana Tamane The work of artist Diana Tamane features private motifs – close-ups of her relatives (literally, as well as figuratively) and form a context for exploring socially significant subjects. The unusual depiction of relationships – ranging from


Artists’ Spaces. Book launch
by Echo Gone Wrong

The book launch of ‘Artists’ Spaces’ takes place on 24 January, 2017 from 7 pm at Rundum project room (Pärnu mnt 154, 3rd floor, room 304). “Artists’ Spaces”, edited by Merilin Talumaa and Annika Toots, consists of visits to the


13th Baltic Triennial Curator Announced
by Echo Gone Wrong

The Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, is pleased to announce Vincent Honoré as the new curator for the 13th Baltic Triennial in 2018, currently under the working title Give Up the Ghost. Honoré is a London-based writer and curator as well as


International Art Fair ArtVilnius’17: Applications now open
by Echo Gone Wrong

The organisers of International Contemporary Art Fair ArtVilnius’17 invites galleries to start making reservations for this exclusive and the only one in the region art market event taking place on 8-11 June, 2017. Applications are accepted by 5 February. ArtVilnius’17


Contemporary painting strategies. Merike Estna in conversation with Alberta Vengrytė
by Alberta Vengrytė

Alberta Vengrytė: Towards the end of November, one of your works – an installation entitled Blue Lagoon (Blue Lagoon first showed in 2014 in a solo show curated by Kati Ilves for KUMU Art Museum, Tallinn, Estonia) was presented at


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