Aušra Trakšelytė

Aušra Trakšelytė is an art historian, critic and curator. She holds a PhD in art theory from the Vilnius Academy of Arts. She is interested in site-specific art and theory, exploring it in the formats of contemporary art exhibitions, public discussions and publications.

The Ruins of Conservatism Standing On the Remnants of Liberalism. Sculpture Quadrennial Riga 2016

Jacob Jessen, installation “Un-Future”, 2016

The Sculpture Quadrennial Riga has been running since 1972. At first, its goal was to display the latest works by sculptors from the Baltic soviet republics. Since 2004, the quadrennial has been organised by the Centre for Art Management and

Posted in Review from Latvia

Several tactics for seeing the show by Juozas Laivys “The Tactic of Dispassionate Viewing in a Space of Unbridled Perception or How to Fix Teeth”


The oeuvre of Juozas Laivys has been on display at the Contemporary Arts Centre since the 5th of February, 2016. It is not a show of the artist’s new work. Following his Farewell to the Public at the Arts Centre

Posted in Review from Lithuania