Laura Kaminskaitė’s solo exhibition ‘Turn smile laugh sashay conversation smile laugh spring up smile laugh talk’ at Podium

As the first snow begins to fall Podium is proud to invite you to the opening of Laura Kaminskaitė’s solo exhibition Turn smile laugh sashay conversation smile laugh spring up smile laugh talk. Parked in the dancing shade. Some physical

Photo reportage from ‘Pirouette’ by Lina Lapelytė at Rupert

Documentation from the opening and installation shots of “Pirouette”, the first solo exhibition of Lithuanian artist Lina Lapelytė. The show included a series of newly-commissioned live performances and sound works presented in a specially-conceived environment by Lithuanian architect Mantas Petraitis.

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Today’ by Laura Kaminskaitė at Editorial

Today All talk and action Dissolving and tacky things Fluid experiences The remnants of smell Secondhand abstraction Weirdo You are always on my mind New verbal images Shaping breath into particular forms To cut a few realities in one leap

Photo reportage from the exhibition by Adomas Danusevičius and Tomas Daukša at the Rooster gallery

Adomas Danusevičius and Tomas Daukša are considered one of the most distinct Lithuanian artists of the young generation. Though they usually address quite different themes in their work, their newest works presented in this exhibition –painting, ceramics, and light installations

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Two and a half’ by Jonas Aničas and Linas Blažiūnas at (AV17) gallery

“Two and a half” is a joint exhibition of young-generation conceptual artists Jonas Aničas and Linas Blažiūnas. In the exhibition, the artists interpret forms of nature and culture in their own way. They go deep into the possibilities of shapes

‘Rest and Vest’ by Indriķis Ģelzis at Vartai gallery

Ģelzis’s wall sculptures seemingly flirt with the future visions and sculptural compositions of the early 20thcentury futurists and constructivists’. However, since the future of the past is now the present, which is a time of great acceleration, the creative principles

Photo reportage from Egle Jauncems’ exhibition ‘Malnutrition’ at Vartai Gallery

Too Much or Too Little. The results from an excessive or inadequate intake of nutrients. Walking into the pastry shop I can see him rolling a piece of dough on the floury table. A glass wall is separating us but

‘Furs’ by Kęstutis Svirnelis for the 15th anniversary of Meno Niša Gallery

Based in the Old Town of Vilnius, Meno Niša Gallery celebrates the 15th anniversary of its foundation and on this occasion presents a special project. Visitors are invited to view the exhibition “Furs” (ŠERSTIS) by famous Lithuanian artist Kęstutis Svirnelis

Photo reportage | ‘The State of Marginal Reality’ by Dainius Trumpis at the Artists’ Association gallery

  The exhibition consists of completely different stories, eras and geographical places which merge into one feeling, image, thought at a certain moment. Childhood memories from the Young Pioneer camp intertwine with the experience of roaming in the streets of Syrian

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The eyes are most sensitive to red’ by Geistė Marija Kinčinaitytė & James Wilkie at Sodų 4

The eyes are most sensitive to red – is an experiential space created to present Geistė M Kinčinaitytė’s project Bodies Inside Out, which explores articulations of corporeality in contemporary artists’ moving image installations that aim at intensifying emotional and bodily sensations. The baroque