Photo reportage from “Space Travelers” at ar/ge kunst Galerie Museum, Italy

An exhibition is a journey. It takes you to places never seen. This exhibition is a journey through memory, an attempt to rewrite the “cosmic” past of the 1970’s generation in Lithuania. That is why it starts with the Vilnius

Interview with Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad, Maija Rudovska and Juste Kostikovaite

During the 5th International Contemporary Art Festival “Survival Kit” produced by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, the UK based artist Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad in collaboration with Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) curators Maija Rudovska (LV) and Juste Kostikovaite (LT) as part

Kids, Go Play in the Corridor

KUMU is the first major museum in Estonia to host an exhibition about video games. “Let’s Play?! Computer Games from France and Germany” displays a selection limited to these two nations because the exhibit marks the 50th anniversary of the

“A Last Farewell” by Johanna Hästö – participant of the 5th International Contemporary Art Festival “Survival Kit”

“They say the world is owned by brave ones. Speaking of Johanna Hästö’s performance in Sarkandaugava’s psychiatric clinic, I would say that the brave ones see the world more colourful. Performing “A Last Farewell” in a morgue was a crazy

A film by a young Lithuanian artist E. Škarnulytė has been selected for the competitive program of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

“Aldona” – a short film by a video artist Emilija Škarnulytė – will take part in the competitive program of the world’s oldest Oberhausen Short Film Festival which starts today. Having the film included in this program means important international

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