Painting is the Gemini of Art Astrology

On January 9, the iPhone turned ten. As the ubiquitous technology enters its preteens, with over a billion units sold, it wouldn’t be a stretch to suggest that the slick apparatus has more invasively impacted our relationship to images than

Artists’ Spaces. Book launch

2017 01 24 - 2017 01 24 / 7 pm
The book launch of ‘Artists’ Spaces’ takes place on 24 January, 2017 from 7 pm at Rundum project room (Pärnu mnt 154, 3rd floor, room 304). “Artists’ Spaces”, edited by Merilin Talumaa and Annika Toots, consists of visits to the

13th Baltic Triennial Curator Announced

The Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, is pleased to announce Vincent Honoré as the new curator for the 13th Baltic Triennial in 2018, currently under the working title Give Up the Ghost. Honoré is a London-based writer and curator as well as

International Art Fair ArtVilnius’17: Applications now open

The organisers of International Contemporary Art Fair ArtVilnius’17 invites galleries to start making reservations for this exclusive and the only one in the region art market event taking place on 8-11 June, 2017. Applications are accepted by 5 February. ArtVilnius’17

Future Fictions Summit at the former NATO base, Iceland

During 13 – 16 October, 2016 A___Zooetics (a project exploring intersections between human, non-human and poetic knowledge spheres—zooetics.net), invited an international group of scientists, artists, designers, theorists and writers to stay and work at Ásbrú, the site of a former

The winner of Young Painter Prize 2016 is announced in Vilnius

On October 28, Tsekh Gallery in Vilnius hosted one of the most important art events in the Baltic countries – Young Painter Prize 2016. Among 15 finalists a jury of art critics, curators and painters decided that this year’s prize would go

The Baltic Young Artist Award is being awarded for the first time

On the 4th of November, 2016, the Baltic Young Artist Award will be awarded for the first time, starting an annual tradition in Baltic cultural life. The Baltic Young Artist Award was formed in order to introduce the newest generation

To Hybridity … and Beyond!

“To Hybridity … and Beyond!”[1] In We have never been Modern[2], Bruno Latour refers to the term “hybrids” to emphasise their proliferation, in contradiction with the domains defined in the Modern Constitution, which distinguishes nature and culture, object and subject,

Feminine genealogy. Separation and convergence

Excerpt from Chapter 5: Feminine genealogy. Separation and convergence Jana Kukaine. ‘Daiļās mātes. Sieviete. Ķermenis. Subjektivitāte’ (Beautiful Mothers. Woman. Body. Subjectivity). Rīga: Neputns: 2016 [in press]. [..] One of the themes of contemporary feminist art is devoted to the study

Silence. Darkness. If we know what was, do we know what is coming?

The future is a riddle, and by starting to solve it we begin to shape it; trying to solve this riddle is understanding that the future is already happening and sooner or later we will find out about it, even

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