Echo Gone Wrong

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

Exhibition ‘Träger’ by Robertas Narkus at CAC, Vilnius


The artist’s first solo exhibition at the CAC is organised by applying and emulating a business model: it is initiated as an enterprise, a start-up, a technology fair or a gang. Artworks appear as artefacts, trophies and tools – side

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Group exhibition ‘Perro’ at Hobusepea gallery


Group exhibition Perro / Koer / Dog will be opened in Hobusepea gallery on Friday at 6pm on March 17, 2017. Participating artists: Varvara & Mar, OPN Studio, Vicente Vázquez / Usue Arrieta, Javier Álvarez and Jaime de los Ríos.

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Munch meets Rothko in Daugavpils

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In April a unique event will be marked in the art history of Latvia – an art work by the world-famous Norwegian artist Edvard Munch from the collection of Trondheim Art Museum (Norway) will be exhibited at the Daugavpils Mark

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Exhibition ‘Black Moomins and Planet Earth. Flowers for the Living’ by Danel Kahar and Grisli Soppe-Kahar at Tartu Art House


The artist couple working in large format expressive bad painting is first and foremost interest in what enters their works on its own and with no self-censorship. Painting, unlike spoken word, allows honest self-expression and ways of seeing the world.

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Žilvinas Landzbergas’ mesmeric natures to represent Lithuania at the 57th Venice Biennale

Zilvinas Landzbergas

Žilvinas Landzbergas R 10 05 2017–29 10 Professional preview: 10 to 12 May Opening: 12 May at 7 pm Lithuanian Pavilion at the 57th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia Scuola San Pasquale at San Francesco della Vigna

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‘Euroland’ curated by Oleg Frolov at Temnikova & Kasela Gallery


Anyone curious enough to look into the conditions of our present life and future possibilities will consider two equally significant questions. First, what exactly has allowed a peculiar configuration of well-functioning institutions, sustainable economic development and personal freedoms to appear

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Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Zones of Indistinction’ at EAA Gallery

‘Zones of Indistinction’, exhibition view. Photo: OGH

OGH began as a lifestyle brand which produced tools to aid in the (re/de)construction of a lifestyle, but for various reasons, this approach was almost immediately abandoned and OGH morphed into a lived project. The distinction between the two phases is

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The winner of the kim? Residency Award 2017: Ieva Kraule

"kim? Residency Award 2017" winner Ieva Kraule

kim? Contemporary Art Centre is pleased to announce that the winner of the kim? Residency Award 2017 is Ieva Kraule who in Spring, 2017 will spend three-months in a residency at Gasworks international exhibition, studio and residency programme in London within Latvia’s centennial programme.

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Operative Archive – redux of the Baltic Pavilion in Tallinn

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A concentrate of The Baltic Pavilion – a joint exhibition that represented Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia 2016 – is now on display in Tallinn at the Design and Architecture Gallery.

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Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Eyes that see everything’ by Małgorzata Żurada at Sodų 4


Sodų 4 is happy to host a solo show by artist Małgorzata Żurada. Presented for the first time this exhibition is a result of a long lasting research by the artist, mostly developed during her residency at Nida Art Colony

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