Joa 4, Tallinn

Joa 4 is a little wooden dacha at the edge of Kadriorg park in Tallinn. Before turning into a pile of demolition waste within a month’s time it imaginarily appears as an island, an island invented by an artist, Kirill

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Tallinn Art Hall Gallery


Tallinn Art Hall

  The main activity of the Tallinn Art Hall Foundation is to organize exhibitions on its’ gallery spaces: Tallinn Art Hall (located at 8 Vabaduse väljak (Freedom square)), Art Hall Gallery (6 Vabaduse väljak) and City Gallery (13 Harju Street), manage

Kaunas Photography Gallery

Kaunas
Kaunas Photography gallery is situated in the heart of middle-age Kaunas Old Town in the center of Lithuania. It is a modern well-equipped gallery of 200 square meters renovated in 2010. This medium is one of the most important exhibition

Tartu Art Museum

The idea to establish the Tartu Art Museum was born in the spring of 1938 at the 20th anniversary celebration of the Art Society “Pallas”. According to the initial plan, each member of the society would donate at least one

Tartu Art House

Tartu Art House is a venue of Tartu Artists’ Union, which has been organising exhibitions in the exhibition spaces at Vanemuise Street 26 since the building was completed in 1959. Currently the building houses three galleries: the Big Gallery on

Kalnciema Quarter

Riga
Kalnciema Quarter in Riga is part of unique European wooden architecture heritage. The ensemble of renovated wooden buildings harbours the history from the end of the 19th century. The complex is unique in the European level, as the wooden buildings

Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Centre

The Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center was opened on November 10, 2007 by acclaimed Lithuanian filmmaker Jonas Mekas. Address: Gynėjų g.14 (“Vilniaus Gates” complex), Vilnius, Lithuania Opening hours: Shifting. Contact: E-mail: info@mekas.lt T: +370 611 24166

National Gallery of Art, Vilnius

The National Art Gallery is a modern multifunctional centre of art and culture seeking to enter into a dialogue with the public (strictly Lithuanian apparently, since it’s official website is not available in English). Visitors become acquainted with a permanent

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