Oļa Vasiļjeva’s “Jargot” at Art in General, NY

– Dear Jargot, how to act in the middle of this sentence? Here, on the stage, where abandoned ideas are given roles to play, where a clandestine visual vocabulary interacts with the eye, and where references mingle and mutate? –

David Roberts Foundation in collaboration with Lina Lapelytė

David Roberts Foundation in London is continuing its collaboration with Lithuanian artist Lina Lapelytė. The first collaboration with DRAF occurred in 2013, when Lina Lapelytė was invited to participate in the event series that followed the exhibition House of Leaves, curated by Vincent Honore. House

Laura Kaminskaitė’s “Exhition” and Augustas Serapinas’ “Jakubowska 16/3 – Jakubowska 16/3” in BWA Warszawa gallery

From November 23rd till December 20th BWA Warszawa gallery features two exhibitions: Laura Kaminskaitė’s “Exhition” and Augustas Serapinas’ “Jakubowska 16/3 – Jakubowska 16/3”. These two solo shows that are on display at the same place at the same time with the effort

Ignas Krunglevičius and Eglė Budvytytė in the 19th Biennale of Sydney

Juliana Engberg, the artistic Director of the 19th Biennale of Sydney, revealed the list of participating artists for the Asia Pacific’s largest contemporary visual arts event taking place in Sydney next year. The list of artists comprises of more than

“The Significance of the Photographic Image in a Filmic Context” release by Paul Paper

On the 7th of November the project space “Bokship / X Marks the Spot” in London hosted a book launch by Lithuanian artist Paul Paper. “The Significance of the Photographic Image in a Filmic Context” is a theoretical venture into the relationship of

ANYTHING IS ALWAYS NEARBY OR NEXT TO SOMETHING ELSE: Films and videos by Ugnius Gelguda & Neringa Černiauskaitė

November 25, 7pm Microscope Gallery (4 Charles Place, Brooklyn, NY) present the American debut of films and videos, accompanied by sounds, repetitions, and interruption, by Lithuanian artists Ugnius Gelguda and Neringa Černiauskaitė. The works by the currently Brooklyn-based collaborators include


Eearlier this month I spotted a mattress that was in this pre-internet colour palette installation with an old mattress by Sarah Lucas on view at the Whitechapel Gallery at her solo exhibition (Au Naturel, 1994 Mattress, water bucket, melons, oranges

Photo reportage from “Creature/Vera” by Tomas Martišauskis at Reykjavik Art Museum, Island

Reykjavik Art Museum, Island present “Creature/ Vera” – a site-specific installation by Lithuanian artist Tomas Martišauskis. Creature/Vera is a postmodern take on the relationship between sculptural matter and the space. Using advanced technologies he translates a specific sculptural object into various mediums thus expanding the

Vytautas Viržbickas exhibition “Can I tell you a well-known story? Don’t” at Le Magasin – Centre National d’Art Contemporain de Grenoble

On 12th October 2013  – 4th January 2014, Kaunas Biennial will present a personal exhibition “Can I tell you a well-known story? Don’t” by an emerging artist Vytautas Viržbickas. It will be exhibited in Le Magasin, National Centre of Contemporary

Julijonas Urbonas presents “Oneiric Hotel” at 3rd Lisbon Architecture Triennale

On September the 12th “Close, Closer”, the third edition of Lisbon Architecture Triennale, has opened it’s door. Four main programmes – Future Perfect, The Real and Other Fictions, The Institute Effect and New Publics – are supplemented by Associated Projects