Gediminas Akstinas’ solo exhibition at Art in General’s Musée Miniscule

The Gardens and Art in General are pleased to announce a solo exhibition by a Lithuanian artist Gediminas Akstinas on view at Art in General’s Musée Miniscule from September 13– October 25, 2014. This is the fifth and the last

The Forgotten Pioneer Movement – between socialism and post-socialism

We understand that our generation’s mission is to revise this strategically demonized past. Agnė Bagdžiūnaitė (artist and curator, Lithuania) On October 2nd District Kunst- und Kulturförderung opens The Forgotten Pioneer Movement (TFPM) – an interdisciplinary performance and exhibition project about the experiences of

Soft City: three-day performance and screening programme around Oslo

Soft City is a three-day programme of performances and screenings around the city of Oslo, both in established venues and in public space, including several major new commissions on 4–6 September 2014. Soft City presents works by contemporary artists that

Park Nights 2014: Lina Lapelytė’s Hunky Bluff at Serpentine Pavilion

Between June and October 2014, Serpentine Galleries present Park Nights, an annual series of live art, poetry, music, film, literature, performance and theory. This summer, eight events have been conceived to take place on selected Friday evenings in the unique

Photo/video reportage from “What thinks me” exhibition at Taiga, Saint Petersburg

From June 27th – July 21st Taiga (Dvortsovaya nab. 20, Saint Petersburg, Russia) features an exhibition What Thinks Me which seeks to understand how the concept of the self is being constructed and/or reflected through artworks. The show revolves around this subject through

Photo reportage from “From 199C to 199D” by Liam Gillick

For more than twenty years Liam Gillick (born 1964, U. K.) has questioned the exhibition as a phenomenon and isolated the possible markers that could define it. These include the occupation of time, the role of the institution and varied

What Thinks Me: exhibition and series of events in St. Petersburg

For the first time in St. Petersburg, two Lithuanian curators Justė Kostikovaitė and Monika Lipšic will present a group show comprised of Lithuanian and international artists, many of whom have never before exhibited in Russia. The exhibition What Thinks Me

Photo reportage from Žilvinas Kempinas’ installation Scarecrow at Socrates Sculpture Park, NY

From May 11th Socrates Sculpture Park features Scarecrow, the largest installation in the park’s 28-year history, by artist Žilvinas Kempinas. In his first presentation at Socrates Sculpture Park, Kempinas has realized an ambitious outdoor work that blankets a large portion of

“The Metaphysics of the Runner” by Neringa Černiauskaitė & Ugnius Gelguda at 321 Gallery, NY

From May 17 through to June 15 321 Gallery (321 Washington Avenue, NY) features The Metaphysics of the Runner by Lithuanian artists Neringa Černiauskaitė and Ugnius Gelguda. Street level. Medium shot frames a busy stretch of city sidewalk in front of contemporary shop windows

Second Call for Applications for the EIB Institute Artists’ Development Programme “The Imprint of Man – Representing the Anthropocene”

The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute is pleased to announce the second edition of its Artists’ Developement Programme (ADP) both a mentoring programme and an artist’s residency, targeting visual artists (aged <35) from EU Member States focusing on “The Imprint of Man – Representing