Julijonas Urbonas. A Planet of People at Vartai Gallery

2018 12 13 - 2019 01 25
The apocalypse is already here. Pandemics, climate change, deadly asteroids, atomic war, aliens – that is only some of the possible scenarios. But the scenarios for saving humankind are considerably fewer: mostly revolving around the idea of colonizing other planets.

‘Solar Meditation’ by Saulė Noreikaitė at the gallery ‘101’ in Kaunas

On 30th November, Friday during lunch break at noon till 1 pm and on 3rd December, Monday after work at 6-7 pm, a “Solar Meditation” by artist Saulė Noreikaitė will take place at VMU Arts Gallery “101” in Kaunas, Lithuania

The Young Painters Prize Honours Young Artists by Donating a Collection to the Lithuanian Art Museum

This Thursday (29 November), in conclusion of the series of events commemorating the ten year anniversary of the Young Painters Prize (YPP), the project organisers, art theorist Julija Dailidėnaitė and painter Vilmantas Marcinkevičius, donated a painting collection to the Lithuanian

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

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

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

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)

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

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

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,

‘The Time Catcher’ by Gintaras Makarevičius at Meno Niša gallery

2018 11 27 - 2019 01 11 / 6 pm
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

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