The lecture ‘A Mole, Larger in Size Than Ever Seen Before’ by Tanel Rander at the Kaunas Artists’ House

2019 04 18
In 2019, Kaunas Artists’ House residency programme “Unlearning Eastern Europe”* invites guest curators from Baltic countries and aims to reconsider the contemporary issues of the region, ranging from decolonialisation options to the politics of public spaces. During April KAH will

Corpi Sonori at POST gallery, Kaunas

2019 04 24 - 2019 05 11
Programme opening – an exhibition by ::vtol:: (Moscow). One of the most striking features of ::vtol:: oeuvre – the physicality and visuality in the deployment of sound. Both of these terms should point towards the ‘materialization’ of the process of

4th Quadrennial of Contemporary Art

2019 04 12 - 2019 05 25
Q19: Memorabilia. To inscribe into Memory 4/12/2019 – 5/25 Memory is both an archive of images and an act of remembering them. Collective memory is based on the emergence of myths in cultures of different nations. Various personal perceptions, memories,

‘Gustav Klucis: Russian Avant-Garde Art in the 1920s–1930s’ at KUMU

2019 04 11 - 2019 08 25
Exhibition of the work of Gustav Klucis (1895–1938), one of the best-known Russian avant-garde and constructivist artists. This will be the artist’s first personal exhibition in Estonia, covering his whole creative path, employed techniques and theoretical principles. The Latvian-born Klucis

Screening programme ‘Still Here’ by the alumni of Rupert residency at National Gallery of Art, Vilnius

2019 04 17 / 5:30 pm
Rupert is pleased to invite all to a screening of five films by current and former artists-in-residence and alumni at Rupert. The screenings will start at 5:30 pm on the 17th of April 2019 at the National Gallery of Art,

Sixth anniversary of the Rothko Centre

On Friday 26 April, Daugavpils Mark Rothko Centre will celebrate its sixth anniversary with a lecture, a film screening, a discussion and the opening of the new exhibition season. Peace and tension, tension and peace beat the changing rhythm to

Katrīna Neiburga. Solo Show ‘HAIR’ at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre

2019 04 25 - 2019 06 09
Virgin hair, locks of love, ropes of hair, newborns’ hair, hair from the dead, hair markets, bald domes, hair that has fallen out, hair pain, bad hair days, hair in food, wigs, hair fetishes, lifeless hair, permed hair. Hair worn

‘Tape Modern’ by Zlatan Hadžifejzović at Studium P

2019 04 09
Tape Modern is an art installation and performance of process. Artist will use oscillating pedestal fan, stainless steel scissors, adhesive transparent tape, aluminium multipurpose ladder and artificial source of light, creating a specific ambience. Zlatan Hadžifejzović (born 1992) is a

‘deCONSTRUCTION’ by Enni Vekkeli at the SHCH|ŠČ gallery

2019 04 11 - 2019 05 04
Enni Vekkeli brings to shch-gallery a 3 – channelled animation titled Spirit – Mother – Daughter. In the animation the acts of turning and facing, dismantling masklike hands, and revealing the face, are repeated. The title Spirit – Mother –

Opening of a British artist’s exhibition at the Rothko Centre

2019 04 12 - 2019 09 29
At 4 p.m. on 12 April, a solo exhibition “I see nature like colour” by award-winning British artist Gillian Ayres (1930-2018) will be opened near the display of select original works by Mark Rothko. One of Britain’s most significant abstract