Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Asukas’ by Beatričė Mockevičiūtė at Composer’s House

Signs of Apocalypse on the Beach. An interview with the artists Vaiva Grainytė, Lina Lapelytė and Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė I Agnė Sadauskaitė

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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


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

Zane Onckule: Hi, how are you? Viktor Timofeev: All right, but stressed out! I’m finishing this collaboration that’s due to open in a few days. It’s with jodi.org, as part of their show in Amsterdam, and of course there are


10th Young Painters Prize Award. Interview with Julija Dailidėnaitė
by Agnė Sadauskaitė

‘An artist versus an art critic’; ‘an exhibition hall versus the curious and judging gazes of viewers’—the art world thematises these opposites with a natural regularity. For instance, The So-Called Critics—a painting made by Kasiulis as early as 1942—is one


Photo reportage from the exhibition by collaborative duo Viltė Bražiūnaitė & Tomas Sinkevičius at Editorial
by Echo Gone Wrong

A low growling sound breaks the silence. The monster comes gliding up out through the gates, dripping water from its gleaming surface. There are still a few dents and dings in it, but the broken glass has all been replaced.


The Everyday in Breath. Beatričė Mockevičiūtė’s exhibition ‘Asukas’ at the House of Composers in Vilnius
by Dovilė Tumpytė

In order to understand some things, both in the art world and in real life, you first have to detect them. To notice. Then they start to exist. Their existence depends on how much and what kind of value you


Exhibition ‘Interlude ‘ by Līga Spunde at Riga Circus
by Echo Gone Wrong

Project Interlude by Līga Spunde is made in close collaboration with multimedia artist Alvis Misjuns and it is held in the former elephant stables at Riga Circus. Interlude is the first exhibition in the exhibition series of KVADRIFRONS. Interlude is


Photo reportage from Kaspars Groševs’ exhibition at Micēlijs, Riga
by Echo Gone Wrong

Artist: Kaspars Groševs Exhibition title: DOPESMOKER Venue: Micēlijs, Riga Date : October 18th – November 2nd, 2018 Photography: Līga Spunde   


‘Common issues in painting and everyday life: crapstraction’ by Elīna Vītola at Kogo gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

Kogo gallery is pleased to present Elīna Vītola’s solo exhibition Common issues in painting and everyday life: crapstraction at our Tartu gallery space. This marks the Latvian artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, and Vītola’s first solo exhibition in


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Waiting for Another Coming’ at CAC, Vilnius
by Echo Gone Wrong

An exhibition in two episodes (CAC, Vilnius and CSW Warsaw) First Episode Contemporary Art Centre (CAC), Vilnius 31 August to 18 October 2018 Curators: Anna Czaban, Jarosław Lubiak, Ūla Tornau Artists: Ewa Axelrad, Wojciech Bąkowski, Przemysław Branas, Jokūbas Čižikas, Rafał


Signs of the Apocalypse on the Beach. An interview with artists Vaiva Grainytė, Lina Lapelytė and Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė
by Agnė Sadauskaitė

We already know the forecast for Venice in 2019: the summer will start early, and will be hot and loud. A full sandy beach, the burning sun, the blue sea and all the holidaymakers tanning themselves will be transferred to


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Shared History’ at the Art Museum ‘Riga Bourse’
by Echo Gone Wrong

Contemporary art exhibition “Shared History”, organized by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will take place at the Art Museum “Riga Bourse” from September 22 to November 30, 2018. Artists: Ieva Balode & Alexey Murashko, Claire Holt, Minna Henriksson, Tanel


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Asukas’ by Beatričė Mockevičiūtė at Composer’s House
by Echo Gone Wrong

“Every name is a form, and every form can do much more than the name allows it to. A guest’s feet leaves a unique word that no one will wash away from the carpet. The dance of a key and


Survival Kit 10: Exhibition as Gesamtkuntswerk
by Laine Kristberga

The tenth Survival Kit contemporary art festival (the first part runs from 6 to 30 September 2018, the second part will be in May 2019) is focused on the concept of ‘outlands’, which the curators define as ‘questioning the traditional


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘MOnikos’ at Meno Niša gallery
by Echo Gone Wrong

The Meno Niša gallery opened new exhibition MOnikos on October 4, in dedication to the opening of MO Museum later in the month. MOnikos showcases works by two artists, Monika Furmana and Monika Plentauskaitė. “We look forward to the opening


Photo reportage from Kristin Reiman’s solo show at Tartu Art House
by Echo Gone Wrong

the scale of biggest reconsider trajectory’s looping trail the consequenceless intermitter a plane that fails to eat its tail What is the last point of changing one’s mind without suffering from any major consequences? How far can taking big decisions


Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The Middle Ages’ by Simon Dybbroe Møller at CAC
by Echo Gone Wrong

Simon Dybbroe Møller. The Middle Ages Curator: Post Brothers 2018.09.07–2018.10.18 “Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark For the straightforward pathway had been lost.”– Dante Aligheri, Divine Comedy, Inferno, Canto I, 1320. The


‘Today is the Color Day Meets at Day’ by Laura Kaminskaitė and Antanas Gerlikas at P/////AKT Amsterdam
by Echo Gone Wrong

Laura Kaminskaitė and Antanas Gerlikas Today is the Color Day Meets at Day Extended Matter part V Curated by Audrius Pocius 9 September – 7 October 2018 ‘Today is the Color Day Meets at Day’ is a duo show by


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