Cartasia 2014: International Contest

Metropolis cultural association presents the International Cartasia’s contest finalized to design and papers projects (monumental scale). The contest aims to promote the paper as a fundamental material for artists. The purpose is to create a union between art and environment. All

“FAST FLUX. New Art from Lithuania” exhibition and discussion at Studio-X NYC

In August 1966, George Maciunas set out to found an artists collective in Soho with the help of Jonas Mekas. Together, they envisioned a Kolhkoz with a Fluxshop and a 120-seat cinema at 16-18 Greene Street, just east of the

The evolution of Lithuanian architecture in “Parallels. Lithuanian Architecture: Three Eras, Three Faces” exhibition in London

On September 9th, 5.30 pm Architects Association of Lithuania present “Parallels. Lithuanian Architecture: Three Eras, Three Faces” exhibition at the gallery of Royal Institute of British Architects. Architecture, being a very public, visible and comparatively enduring art, is one of

Nordic Art Triennial presents: interactive review by Lithuanian curators

On, Saturday, August 31, Eskilstuna Art museum in Sweden opened  Nordic Art Station – the 2nd triennial of Nordic art, where Lithuanian curators Ignas Kazakevičius and Vidas Poškus presented their combination of aesthetics and informational technology: informational Art Terminal that

“A Point of View” exhibition present young Lithuanian artists

Exhibition A Point of View presents young Lithuanian artists living and creating in the UK. Young artists’ individual points of view are determined by varying factors that shape their view of the world. By this exhibition different perspectives are combined

Phynance Residency open call

In partnership with the Barry Flanagan Foundation, Flat Time House is accepting applications for an artist’s residency to begin in November 2013. FTHo, the former home and studio of artist John Latham, which he designated a ‘living sculpture’, will operate

“Fusiform Gyrus” exhibition curated by Raimundas Malašauskas at Lisson Gallery, London

‘At first I thought it was about food. Fussy politics or lint cake baked in Greek week. We are all in greet week, are we not? Goods baked in no goods. But certainly multiplications. Certainly it was moving; I saw

Photo reportage from “Part of a Larger Whole. Lithuanian Contemporary Art” opening in London

Cultural programme of the Lithuanian Presidency of the EU Council in London has kicked-off last week with the performance of the young accordionist Martynas Levickas performing with his band. The programme continued in the 12 Star Gallery, where the exhibition

Photo reportage from Panslavisms exhibition in Warsaw

Panslavisms is a five day exhibition exploring the Polish-Lithuanian and regional relations, accompanied by a conference and a film program curated by Jan Sowa and taking place in the restored part of the former Central Committee of the Polish United