Skaidra Trilupaitytė

Skaidra Trilupaitytė is art and culture critic. She holds a PhD in Humanities, is a researcher at Lithuanian Culture Research Institute. She writes on topics of urban-cultural regeneration, international intellectual exchange, issues of post-soviet period Lithuanian culture institutions for Lithuanian and foreign academic publications.

The New Museum as a Process (Continuation, Cracks, and Pleasant Coincidences)

The MO Museum, 2018. Photograph by Norbert Tukaj

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

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Can you hear me? Failing communication in post-Soviet Lithuanian art


Lithuanian art life in the first decade of independence is often characterised with reference to the differences between the traditional and the new art spheres, the lingering Soviet and the emerging “liberal” approaches to culture management, and creative unions and

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