Photo reportage from the exhibition by Kristi Kongi and Mari-Leen Kiipli at The Kogo gallery

How a Peasant Tricked a Devil. Notes for New Cosmogonies I Valentinas Klimašauskas

Viktor Timofeev Turns Left. A morning conversation at Ludlow Coffee Supply on 6 September I Zane Onckule

Photo reportage drom Ivars Gravlejs’ solo exhibition at careva contemporary
by Echo Gone Wrong

The renown Latvian photographer Ivars Gravlejs’s exhibition “Shopping Poetry” is on view at the art gallery careva contemporary from 9 November until 15 December, 2018. Ivars Gravlejs is one of the best known Latvian photographers of his generation, often working


‘Four Rooms with a View’ and the Rumble of Thunder. Contemporary sculpture at the Vartai Gallery in Vilnius
by Alberta Vengrytė

This year, from 29 October to 30 November, the Vartai Gallery in Vilnius showcased ‘Four Rooms with a View’ (Keturi kambariai su vaizdu). In the exhibition, five contemporary artists, Aron Mehzion, Anastasija Sosunova and Andrea Zucchini, Neringa Vasiliauskaitė, and Johannes


Photo reportage from The Time Catcher by Gintaras Makarevičius at Meno Niša gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Everyone experiences time differently. Some trace it, others go with the flow or revel in anticipation. An artist documents. On November 27, the gallery Meno Niša is presenting The Time Catcher, an exhibition of paintings by the National Prize winning


A Curator’s Portrait. Latvia at the 58th Venice Biennale
by Indrek Grigor

Under the sunny skies of Los Angeles, Inga Lāce, co-curator of the Latvian pavilion exhibition at the forthcoming 2019 Venice Biennale, and Andrew Berardini, who is to be one of the team members of the Estonian pavilion, go round making


Don’t Fall in Love with a Prop. A conversation with the photographer Vytautas Kumža
by Skaistė Marčienė

Vytautas, this time two years ago we were preparing for your exhibition ‘Trust It, Use It, Prove It’ at the [si:said] gallery. Having graduated from Vilnius College of Design and studied at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague,


The New Museum as a Process (Continuation, Cracks, and Pleasant Coincidences)
by Skaidra Trilupaitytė

This year, a four-day marathon from 18 to 21 October launched the MO Museum in Vilnius, with ‘plenty of life, sound, different voices, and, of course, the MO people,’ according to its organisers. Starchitect Daniel Libeskind’s white box-like sharp-edged architectural


A FEMINIST, DE-COLONIALIST AND UNYIELDING POSITION. An interview with Eli Cortiñas
by Neringa Bumblienė

Eli Cortiñas was born in 1979, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, and lives and works in Berlin. She studied at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, and at the European Film College at Ebeltoft in Denmark. Since


Photo reportage from ‘Egg Punk Karaoke’ by Bora Akinciturk at 427 gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Bora Akinciturk (b. 1982, Turkey). Lives and works in London. Selected exhibitions include Keep Smiling isThe Art of Living, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York, USA, 2017, We’re All Dead, We Just Don’t Know It Yet,Ultrastudio, Pescara, Italy, 2017; Fallen Angels,


Fake it till you make it. Notes on electric dreams at PrintScreen festival
by Vitalija Jasaitė

Initiated by Dr. Lior Zalmanson, the digital arts and culture festival, PrintScreen, started eight years ago in Tel Aviv as a small festival, one can say, a type of conference event on technology and arts, which gathered art and technology


‘Still Stands and Resilient Nows’ by Evita Vasiljeva at Tallinn City Gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

From 19 October until 25 November a solo exhibition by Evita Vasiljeva titled “Still Stands and Resilient Nows” is on display at Tallinn City Gallery. Vasiljeva’s first exhibition in Estonia speaks of continuous movement, uncertainty, and possibilities. Evita Vasiljeva’s work


‘Levitation’ by Tauras Kensminas at (AV17) gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

  In this exhibition, levitation, which is often related to supernatural, spiritual experience, also acquires alterations, prejudices of certain tensions, by which the author endeavours to create guess-work about after-effects of human activity in the future. Effected by fast technological


Photo reportage from the exhibition by Kristi Kongi and Mari-Leen Kiipli at The Kogo gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Kristi Kongi’s and Mari-Leen Kiipli’s duo exhibition “Secret whistle in the forest” The exhibition is inspired by light, shadow and the idea of blurring the boundaries between different life forms. Artists create a magical space where visitors can perceive life


‘Making Myself’ by Eglė Karpavičiūtė at The Rooster Gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

The Rooster Gallery kindly invites you to the opening of Eglė Karpavičiūtė’s solo exhibition “Making Myself” on 7 November, 6.30 p.m., in our old venue (Gyneju 14). The exhibition will be open until 21 of November, 2018. The object of


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Four Rooms with a View’ at Vartai gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

The exhibition Four Rooms with a View is a group exhibition composed of 4 solo exhibitions. The participating artists, Aron Mehzion, Anastasia Sosunova and Andrea Zucchini, Neringa Vasiliauskaitė, and Johannes Wald, have been invited to exhibit their works each in


Photo reportage from Young Painter Prize 2018
by Echo Gone Wrong

The art residence in Lisbon, the exhibition in Vilnius and the monetary prize – this year was awarded the best young painter in the Baltic States. The international commission was most impressed by Monica Plentauskaitė. The Young Painter Prize in


Photo reportage from the International contemporary art festival ‘Kaunas in art. So close, so far’
by Echo Gone Wrong

International contemporary art festival „Kaunas in art“ is happening 8th time and it is created and organised by gallery „Meno parkas“. This year festival topic – „So close, so far“ So far as a dream. Or far away as an


In Screen We Trust
by Helen Merila

The exhibition ‘Archaeology of the Screen’ took place recently at the Estonian art museum KUMU. The title of the show allows for multiple interpretations, so it was difficult to predict what the main theme of the exhibition would be. Today,


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘a drop in the universe has universes of its own’ by Carlos Noronha Feio at 427 gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Drop a drop in the universe. Given the cosmic proportions of the subject, the repercussions might well be a set of infinitesimal, albeit infinite, reverberations. A cosmological mise-en-abîme. Portals that open up momentary gateways into parallel universes. Or one of


How a Peasant Tricked a Devil. Notes for New Cosmogonies
by Valentinas Klimašauskas

  Abstract Extraordinary times require extraordinary figures of speech. Ancient cosmogonic mythologies and their protagonists[1] may help us to understand why today’s positivist myths of egalitarian nationalist societies do not function as we wish. Looking for a mythical figure that


Collecting Experiences. A Conversation with the Curator Liutauras Pšibilskis
by Lolita Jablonskienė

Lolita Jablonskienė: We have known each other for a long time, since the memorable period in the 1990s which brought great changes to Lithuania. However, you left Lithuania at the end of the decade: you studied in London, collaborated with


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