Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Thoughtful ocean. Guests’ by Nerijus Erminas at (AV17) gallery

Nerijus Erminas has had more than ten personal shows during his career. In this exhibition he retrospectively rethinks the development of his creative themes: the relation between the inner world of the human being, his subconsciousness and everyday life. Creating

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘JCDecaux Prize 2018: Dignity’ at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

“Dignity” –– with such a brief title how does the exhibition avoid becoming a dictionary entry? Before the prizes are awarded and exhibits recognised, a shared space for ideas and objects to roam must be formed. The third JCDecaux Prize

Photo reportage from the ‘Backstage Party’ at The Rooster Gallery

“Backstage Party” – the group exhibition dedicated to the tenth anniversary of The Rooster Gallery’s activity. Having started as a non-institutional initiative promoting the painters of the youngest generation, in ten years the gallery has grown together with the artists

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Surveillance Capitalism’ by Varvara & Mar at Sodų 4

The era of surveillance capitalism, which was coined by Shoshana Zuboff in 2015, dominates and controls our behaviour. The term refers to the fact that the users are surveilled for monetary reasons. In other words, we have reached the age

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Extrakorporal’ by Pakui Hardware at Bielefelder Kunstverein

Pakui Hardware is interested in the close relationship between materiality, technology and economies. Central to their work is the question as to how far technology actually does alter economics and our physical perception of reality. They investigate questions of automation,

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘At Bay’ by Ellie Hunter at Editorial

 “At Bay” considers the horizontal viewpoint of a bedridden figure; a forced horizontality. It’s a frustrated, anesthetized sight. A sight that privileges the image plane of ceiling panels hovering parallel above her head, or the eye of the lamp glaring

Photo reportage from The Time Catcher by Gintaras Makarevičius at Meno Niša gallery

Everyone experiences time differently. Some trace it, others go with the flow or revel in anticipation. An artist documents. On November 27, the gallery Meno Niša is presenting The Time Catcher, an exhibition of paintings by the National Prize winning

‘Levitation’ by Tauras Kensminas at (AV17) gallery

  In this exhibition, levitation, which is often related to supernatural, spiritual experience, also acquires alterations, prejudices of certain tensions, by which the author endeavours to create guess-work about after-effects of human activity in the future. Effected by fast technological

‘Making Myself’ by Eglė Karpavičiūtė at The Rooster Gallery

The Rooster Gallery kindly invites you to the opening of Eglė Karpavičiūtė’s solo exhibition “Making Myself” on 7 November, 6.30 p.m., in our old venue (Gyneju 14). The exhibition will be open until 21 of November, 2018. The object of

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Four Rooms with a View’ at Vartai gallery

The exhibition Four Rooms with a View is a group exhibition composed of 4 solo exhibitions. The participating artists, Aron Mehzion, Anastasia Sosunova and Andrea Zucchini, Neringa Vasiliauskaitė, and Johannes Wald, have been invited to exhibit their works each in