Pakui Hardware on entanglements between bodies, economy and technological development I Inga Lāce

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Chatty Matter’ by Kati Saarits and Nora Mertes at the Kogo Gallery

Phantom Faces. An interview with Rūtenė Merk

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Retrogression’ by Beth Collar & Eoghan Ryan at the 427 gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Retrogression is the logical continuation of ongoing conversations between artists Beth Collar and Eoghan Ryan. Their first show, Juvenilia (2018) took as a point of conceptual departure, the revisitation of younger teenage selves during moments of particular ontological despair, Retrogression


Photo reportage from the the Pavilion of Latvia at the 58th Venice Biennale
by Echo Gone Wrong

“Saules Suns” Daiga Grantiņa Curators: Inga Lāce, Valentinas Klimašauskas Organized by: Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art- LCCA Friday morning, the team of the Latvian Pavilion — artist Daiga Grantiņa, curators Inga Lāce and Valentinas Klimašauskas, founder


Lithuanian Pavilion receives Golden Lion for the best National Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale
by Echo Gone Wrong

58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia’s Golden Lion for Best National Participation awarded to Lithuanian Pavilion The award of the International Jury – comprising Stephanie Rosenthal (President of the Jury, Germany), Defne Ayas (Turkey/Netherlands), Cristiana Collu (Italy), Sunjung Kim (Korea), and Hamza Walker (USA) – has been presented with


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Coming Out’ by Laisvydė Šalčiūtė at the Ducal Palace Museum Complex of Mantua, LaGalleria Contemporary Art, Italy
by Echo Gone Wrong

Being in the right place at the right time – is it a success, fate or the result of sequential work? How to recognize the right time and the right place? There is no prescription for that, yet some places


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Demons and Ashes’ by Kaspars Groševs at Madona Local History and Art Museum, Latvia
by Echo Gone Wrong

Demons and Ashes Kaspars Groševs Madona Local History and Art Museum Part of MABOCA business and art festival 20.04. – 2.06.2019. Will we stay here for long? 60X40X50. Crystal nostalgia, whiffed by wind, fall into pit of torn apart bed


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Not a gift given, but a choice made’ at the Pawilon in Poznań
by Echo Gone Wrong

It is not a gift given. It is not support, location, referent, or source of sustainability for discourse. The road goes upward towards the light; but the laden traveler may never reach the end of it. The past and the


Solo show ‘Sailin on the Red Sea’ by Ede Raadik at the Kogo Gallery, Tartu
by Echo Gone Wrong

Ede Raadik as an artist has often been described as a feminist conceptualist. The core of her creative practice is centered on working with ‘found data’ – statistics from everyday life that are systemised, adapted to a minimalist aesthetic, and


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Resilience’ by Jakub Choma at Editorial
by Echo Gone Wrong

You enter the space and what do you see? Do you see constructed objects, or maybe something accidentally blown with the wind? Is it the remains of a giant ladybug hanging from the wall or does it just seem real?


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister’ by Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen at Tartu Art Museum
by Echo Gone Wrong

The duo exhibition “vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister” features two artists from different generations, Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen, showing their newest work. Throughout the first floor of the museum, everyday


A Bright Future for Everyone
by Jana Kukaine

A review of the dual exhibition ‘vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister’ by Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen at Tartu Art Museum from 18 January 2019 to 28 April 2019. The title


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Four Letter World’ by Edith Karlson at the (AV17) Gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Hate, love, work, fear, cash, spam, pain, perv, scam, weak, game, meme, poop–these are words describing the feelings and states of an individual living in a four letter world. The sculptural installations of Estonian artist Edith Karlson reflect a person


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Shifting brushstroke’ by Povilas Ramanauskas at Klaipėda Culture Communication Center
by Echo Gone Wrong

Povilas Ramanauskas’ „Traveling Stroke“ is an exposition about consistent searches of the expansion of modern painting’s possibilities, about moves from a two-dimensional painting into space and walks at the boundaries of art of painting. The exhibition features the latest painting


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Memory colour’ by Rosanda Sorakaitė at Klaipėda Culture Communication Center
by Echo Gone Wrong

The motifs of Rosanda Sorakaitė’s creative work are the silent, repetitive details of everyday life, where the flow of time is given a meaning through the fixation, reproduction and interpretation with the help of the art of painting. The material


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Mud and Flowers’ by Adomas Danusevičius at the Vartai gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Adomas Danusevičius Mud and Flowers Curator Jolanta Marcišauskytė – Jurašienė April 4 – May 10 2019 Vartai Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by the young generation painter Adomas Danusevičius. For over a decade, the artist’s name has


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Do the Right Thing’ at the VAA Titanikas Gallery, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

28th of March  – 14th of April, 2019 Project curators: Marquard Smith (project curator) and Jurij Dobriakov (co-curator) Exhibition participants: Arnas Anskaitis, Dovilė Bagdonaitė, Eglė Bertašiūtė, Jogintė Bučinskaitė, Vitalij Červiakov, Dovilė Dagienė, Vytautas Gečas, Barbora Gediminaitė, Eglė Grėbliauskaitė, Dalia Grybauskaitė, Mindaugas Jurėnas,


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Tail and Heads’ at the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

Exhibition „Tail and Heads“, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius 2019 February 15 – 2019 March 31 Curators: Viktorija Damerell & Ona Juciūtė Artists: Signe Boe and Marie Raffn, Viktorija Damerell, Charlie Fegan, Hannah Fitz, Jan Hüskes, Ona Juciūtė, Brigita Mikalauskaitė, Francesco


Photo reportage from Henrikas Čerapas’ exhibition ‘Aftermath’ at the Meno parkas gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

“…if I stated that my life and painting is a purest routine, a trajectorial inertia, I could rest assured that this series of works is a mere outcome of such inertia, not a consequence of “pursuit”. But there is something


Photo reportage from ‘First thirst Flesh blush’ by Bogna Wisniewska at 427
by Echo Gone Wrong

smitten, making a space together, fresh paint, treats, eyelashes, thinking of your eyes / hearts / stomachs, no sorries, not guilty about pleasure, first flush. At the moment, Bogna Wisniewska (b.1988, Poland) lives and works in Helsinki, where she processes


Photo reportage from solo show ‘Plague’ by Anna Salmane and a group show ‘Games that people play’ at the Careva gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Plague Anna Salmane The town of Hamelin in Germany has for centuries dated documents, by assuming June 26th year 1284 as the starting point of recorded time, since on that day 130 children of the town were lost. In years


Photo reportage from the performance ‘Painless Youth’ by Marta Trektere at Editorial
by Echo Gone Wrong

  “I smell like spray paint now. Yesterday, I walked out of my house and… I saw some writing on the wall, it said “die scum”. And I thought: “What?! Who would ever write such a mean thing about me?


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