‘Abstract Karaoke’ by Jurgis Paškevičius at Editorial

Something so essential that you would not even notice it being in front of you, something so casual that you could chat about all day. Jurgis Paškevičius (b. 1987 Vilnius, Lithuania) mostly works within language and situation-specific contexts. In the

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘New Stories’ at Meno parkas gallery

In the context of Vitrum Balticum. Trap! festival, contemporary art exhibition New Stories represents the discourse of the present, but is also closely related to the topics of memory and past that are the focal points of the festival. Memory

Photo reportage from Andris Eglītis’ and Katrīna Neiburga’s show at (AV17) gallery

Gallery (AV17) presents an exhibition by one of the best known Latvian contemporary artists – Andris Eglītis and Katrīna Neiburga, called “Pickled Long Cucumbers”. The artists represent Latvia in many significant contemporary art exhibitions, including Venice Biennale, where the duo

Photo reportage from Baltic Triennial 13 – Prelude at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

The Prelude for Baltic Triennial 13 unveils what often remains invisible: a range of intentions, engagements, research and emotions. The purpose is to make public what nurtured the Triennial: its poetry section (words, rhythms, thoughts / poetry, music, theory), crucial

Photo reportage from Rimantas Milkintas’ exhibition at AV17 gallery

After six years of successful work, AV17 gallery relocates to the central part of the city – more spacious premises, allowing it to expand its activity and attract a larger audience. From the beginning of its activity AV17 gallery has

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Guotika’ by Donatas Jankauskas (Duonis) at Project space ‘Sodų 4’

Project space “Sodų 4” is happy to present “Guotika” – a solo exhibition by Donatas Jankauskas (Duonis). The opening of this exhibition will take place in the evening of 8 September during Vilnius Gallery Weekend. The stone sculpture was found

Photo reportage from ‘Ragna Bley: Superbody Sweet’ at Editorial

i. A note on that delightful picture of Admirals Blandy and Lowry and attached dimpling woman all preparing to eat the charming and oh-so-divine “atom bomb” cake. On Armistice Day I was thinking of so many charming variations of this

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘When the Sea Looks Back (A Serpent’s Tale)’ at Nida Art Colony

The exhibition WHEN THE SEA LOOKS BACK (A Serpent’s Tale) works as a series of evocations and a radio magazine with international contributions. The show engages the sea and intercultural mythology, merging them with contemporary issues. WHEN THE SEA LOOKS BACK (A Serpent’s

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Nature’s Fool – Artist’s Cool’ by Povilas Ramanauskas at Meno parkas gallery

The title of the exhibition originated from an old Russian artists’ saying/jargon well-known by most of artists. This vivacious and ironic slogan fit and opened even more different meanings, in the sense of particular nuances of the context of arts.

Photo reportage from ‘back body / left arm’ by Ruta Butkute and Nina Glockne at Sodų 4

“back body / left arm” is based on the psychological notion of “affordance” – signifying possible functions and all action–possibilities latent in an object or environment. Butkute and Glockner share an interest in observing intertwined relationships between objects, human (presence)

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