Kaunas Biennial UNITEXT

Kaunas Biennial UNITEXT is the strongest magnet attaching contemporary art to Lithuania. Every two years, it not only attracts the most famous artists from Lithuania and abroad but also thousands admirers of contemporary art. This year, the contemporary art festival

First Rupert residents revealed

After a thorough consideration, a round of interviews and long discussions, the Jury, consisting of Lolita Jablonskienė (Director of the National Gallery of Art), Justė Jonutytė (Curator, Rupert), artist Deimantas Narkevičius, Juan de Nieves (Director of Rupert) and Inesa Pavlovskaitė

Lithuanian pavilion receives a special mention in the 55th Venice Biennale

The joined Lithuanian-Cypriot pavilion was assigned a special mention in the 55th International Art Exhibition of la Biennale di Venezia. The Jury  chaired by Jessica Morgan(Great Britain) and comprised of Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy (Mexico), Francesco Manacorda (Italy),Bisi Silva (Nigeria),

A film by a young Lithuanian artist E. Škarnulytė has been selected for the competitive program of the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen

“Aldona” – a short film by a video artist Emilija Škarnulytė – will take part in the competitive program of the world’s oldest Oberhausen Short Film Festival which starts today. Having the film included in this program means important international

VARTAI Gallery at ART London 2013

1 – 3 March 2013 Galerija VARTAI at ART London will present five artists from Lithuania. More than 120 galleries will present artists from all over the world at the first edition of ART13 London. The art fair seeks to

“Portrait of Kražiai” by Mindaugas Kavaliauskas at the Photography Night of the Swiss capital of horlogerie

La Chaux-de-Fonds, known as the Swiss capital of horlogerie and a UNESCO protected urban monument is hosting the second Photography Night on the evening of February 16, 2013, the day of Lithuania’s Independence. One of numerous screens on five locations

National Gallery of Art in Vilnius presents three new exhibitions

The National Gallery of Art in Vilnius is proud to announce the opening of three exhibitions – ‘The Crowds’, ‘The March’ and ‘About Neighbors and Passersby’ – that explore the relationship between the individual and society in art. The opening

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go, a domino-effect exhibition conceived as the sequence of four curatorial proposals connected by a principle of mutual interdependence. After the disappearance of the works presented by Adam Carr with We

Gintarė Žitkevičiūtė of Art Pit at Future London

Gintarė Žitkevičiūtė gives a speach at Future London this Tuesday, November 20th. Gintarė is a recent winner of the Facebook World Hackaton in London for the best Open Graph App. A 25 years old art history graduate from Lithuania who

The CAC presents Black Pillow in Liverpool Biennial

Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre presents a collaborative project by lithuanian architects Audrius Bučas and Valdas Ozarinskas – Black Pillow – at the Liverpool Biennial, the largest contemporary art festival in the UK starting September 15th. The project features one main object – a

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