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Echo Gone Wrong – online magazine for culture and contemporary art in Baltics.

Solo show ‘There is no analogue yet there are copies’ by Valerie Savchits at careva, Riga

Valerie Savchits "Lola", 2016

What is art? Have you ever been hurt by someone you loved? Are you scared for your future? Is pink for girls and blue for boys? Is your heart burning with desire? Are references meaningless? Do you have visible scars?

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Exhibition of Boris Lurie, founder of NO!art movement, to open at the Rothko Centre

Boriss Lurje

On Friday 26 April, in cooperation with Boris Lurie Art Foundation, an exhibition “Artist and Witness” by world-famous artist Boris Lurie, founder of the NO!art movement, will open at Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre. Boris Lurie (Jul 18, 1924 –

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THE WORLD AROUND ME (is moving faster and faster) by Marko Mäetamm at the Meno parkas gallery

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Private view of exhibition “THE WORLD AROUND ME (is moving faster and faster)” by Marko Mäetamm (EE) will be held at 18th of April at 6 pm at the ground floor of gallery “Meno parkas”. Exhibition is part of project “Genomics

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Solo exhibition ‘Painting 2017-19’ by Eglė Gineitytė at the Sla307, New York

Let Me Fly, 2017, mixed media on canvas, 49x63 inch

Sla307 is pleased to present, Painting 2017-19, a solo exhibition of works by established  Lithuanian artist Eglė Gineitytė.  This marks her first solo show in New York. “…Gineitytė seeks to share her experiences of moments when the boundaries between the

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‘Bio-inspired Craft’ by Elena Brebenel at the ARTIFEX gallery

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With a focus on textiles and bio-inspiration, this body of work consists of interactive artefacts (i.e., wall- hangings kits) for the home that have the potential to raise awareness about the health of domestic environment, while contributing to participants’ well-being.

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Annual Art Festival Survival Kit 10.1 Announces Artists

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The largest annual contemporary art festival in the Baltics, Survival Kit, which is organised by Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, will take place in Riga from 23 May till 30 June. The international exhibition and events programme with the participation

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A Talk ‘Tools of Introspection. Veronika Šleivytė’ by curator, artist and participant of the 7th Rupert Alternative Education programme, Milda Dainovskytė

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Rupert kindly invites you to the talk, ‘Tools of Introspection. Veronika Šleivytė’ by curator, artist and participant of the 7th Rupert Alternative Education programme, Milda Dainovskytė. The event will take place on the 24th of April from 6pm at Rupert

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Exhibition ‘False Vacationer’ by Sigrid Viir at the EKKM

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At the heart of Sigrid Viir’s solo exhibition are blurred boundaries between work and vacation. The name of the exhibition comes from the Roland Barthes essay “The Writer on Holiday” (1954), in which he looked at writers as the bourgeoisie

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Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Resilience’ by Jakub Choma at Editorial

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You enter the space and what do you see? Do you see constructed objects, or maybe something accidentally blown with the wind? Is it the remains of a giant ladybug hanging from the wall or does it just seem real?

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Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister’ by Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen at Tartu Art Museum

Netti Nüganen. i'm rules I. 16'. 2017. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Marta Vaarik

The duo exhibition “vomiting and crying vomiting and crying you are my sister you are my sister” features two artists from different generations, Kadi Estland and Netti Nüganen, showing their newest work. Throughout the first floor of the museum, everyday

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