Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Holes’ by Flo Kasearu at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

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Curating Creative Societies: A conversation with Vilma Jurkutė, the director of Alserkal Avenue
by Vitalija Jasaitė

Vilma Jurkutė has a degree in International Business from Grenoble Graduate School of Business, and is currently pursuing her Executive Master’s in Sustainable Urban Development at Oxford University. Born in Klaipėda in Lithuania, Vilma has lived and worked in New


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Moi, non-moi’ at Vartai gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Moi, non-moi June 5 – July 27 2018 Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010, France) Maria Lassnig (1919-2014, Austria) Maria Helena Vieira da Silva (1908-1992, Portugal) Curator: Amer Abbas   Vartai gallery is proud to present Moi, non-moi featuring the world-class artists Louise Bourgeois, Maria


Invisible Structures. The cut of a stratosphere as a reflection of human values. An interview with the filmmaker Emilija Škarnulytė
by Agnė Sadauskaitė

The eyes are trying to cover glaciers in the Arctic Circle. The ears are catching quasar sounds. Dark waters are stirred by a hypnotizing creature. The head is dazzled by unimaginable industrial structures. Ultimately sounds come together with waves, images


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Retreat’ by Marija Šnipaitė at (AV17) gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

At the exhibition “Retreat” artist is displaying her newest installations and drawings with the main theme – distance. Distance is the feature that helps us appreciate and revaluate our surrounding, as well as aspects and conditions of it. From mundane


Conversations with Smaug. An interview with the curators Saara Hacklin and Kati Kivinen
by Šelda Puķīte and Indrek Grigor

Šelda Puķīte: Let’s start with the title ‘There and Back Again’. Is that a conscious ‘Hobbit’ quote? Saara Hacklin: Yes, it is, but only in English. It’s not there in the Finnish title ‘Meno-paluu’ though, which would simply be ‘round


Photo reportage from the Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

Baltic Triennial 13: Give Up the Ghost Artistic director: Vincent Honoré 2018.05.11-08.12 Tallinn Art Hall (Kunstihoone) 29 June – 2 September, 2018 kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga 21 September – 18 November, 2018 Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius is inviting


‘Second Skin’ by Anastasia Sosunova & Andrea Zucchini at Editorial
by Echo Gone Wrong

Wherever you go, the street casts its shadow on you. Mud is thicker than water. Impurity transfers energy. So we removed it. We made the room immune to all currents, safe from influence and doubt. Please leave the room alone.


Photo reportage from Köler Prize 2018 exhibition at EKKM
by Echo Gone Wrong

Köler Prize is an art award established in 2011 by the Contemporary Art Museum of Estonia (EKKM). Its main objective throughout the years has been to give recognition to important artists and art collectives that are active in Estonia and


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Collecting Hits’ at National Gallery of Art
by Echo Gone Wrong

COLLECTING HITS. Artworks and Soundtracks from the Collection of the Lewben Art Foundation The exhibition COLLECTING HITS offers an insight into the collection of the Lewben Art Foundation, as well as soundtracks produced for its artworks, reflecting the phenomenon of


Photo reportage from Dafna Maimon’s solo show ‘Family Business: Power Failure’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre
by Echo Gone Wrong

Family Business: Power Failure is the fourth in a series of exhibitions and performances inspired by autobiographical and micro historical research into a family-owned business– Finland’s first kebab and falafel restaurant Orient Express, which introduced Finns to the delicacies of the


Listening Bodies, Sounding Spaces. An interview with Sandra Kazlauskaitė
by Kotryna Markevičiūtė

Sandra Kazlauskaitė is a Lithuanian composer, sound artist and researcher, who for the last decade has been based in London. In her artistic practice, Sandra explores aurality in conceptual terms, creates sonic collages, acousmatic compositions, audiovisual installations and compositions for


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

Group show curated by Michal Novotny. Co-organised by Bozar, Brussels and Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow. 2 venues: Sporta iela 2 k-1, Riga Tallinas ielā 6, Riga 20/4 – 27/5 2018 Participating artists: Darja Bajagić, Wojciech Bąkowski, Ivana Bašić, Matei Bejenaru, Piotr


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Holes’ by Flo Kasearu at Temnikova & Kasela gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Flo Kasearu’s solo exhibition “Holes” consists of two videos, a sculpture and a series of displays. The videos, “De(fence)”(2014) and “Korean Garden”(2016/2018), document two international exchange projects that the artist initiated at her eponymous house museum (Flo Kasearu House Museum,


Exhibition ‘See without time’ by Ignė Grikevičiūtė at (AV17) gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Theme of the exhibition „See without time“ by young artist Ignė Grikevičiūtė is influenced by the French avant-garde cinema „New Wave“ that were prominent throughout the late 1960s and the 1970s. Cinema with a new aesthetic that payed attention to


Photo reportage from solo exhibition ‘GIF’ by Kazimieras Sližys at CAC reading room
by Echo Gone Wrong

During one of the conversations about his upcoming exhibition, Kazys described his kinetic sculptures made from display glass used in exhibitions as analogue GIFs. Eventually, GIF became an analogy for Kazys’s exhibition at the CAC Reading Room, where several series


Photo reportage from ‘Alonso! It’s Elastic’ by Martin Kohout at 427
by Echo Gone Wrong

You’ve crossed all the red lights in the city and you still haven’t had enough? In that case, you’re welcome.   Berlin-based, Czech-born artist Martin Kohout’s early study background is in cinematography. He has been active in the international art


Another ethnographic heritage?
by Toms Ķencis

Undersong provides the most recent and contemporary engagement between art and ethnography in Northern Europe, contributing to an over a century and a half long scene. Looking to the south, you will see Poland’s development of the Zakopane style in


Photo reportage from Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė exhibition ‘YGRG 154:Body Heat’ at Amanda Wilkinson Gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Young Girl Reading Group was established in 2013 by Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė. The epithet derives from Tiqqun’s 1999 publication Preliminary Materials For a Theory of the Young-Girl, which proposes the concept of the Young-Girl, a category identified as


Inga Lāce in conversation with Katerina Gregos
by Inga Lāce

With a jaunty-sounding acronym, the new private biannual art initiative RIBOCA, the Riga International Biennial of Contemporary Art, will take place in Riga for the first time from June to October this year. Founded by Agniya Mirgorodskaya, who is half-Russian,


Photo reportage from Vytautas Viržbickas’ exhibition at Galerija Vartai
by Echo Gone Wrong

On 12 April 2018 the opening of the solo exhibition In Lethal Understanding by the sculptor Vytautas Viržbickas will took place at Vartai gallery, where the artist presented his latest sculptures and installations. Vytautas Viržbickas’s imagination is an endangered species – like


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