On 7th of June (Thursday) at 19pm in gallery “Meno parkas” (Dorotheenstrasse 22, 40235 Dusseldorf, Germany) will be opening of the exhibition “Line” by artist Julija Pociute.
Julija Pociūtė’s exhibition “Line” explores reality and fiction by constructing them from fragments of personal and political history. The source of inspiration for the exhibition was archival photography portraying the memories of her family in abandoned Palanga bunkers, which marked the Molotov Line during the Second World War. This line is a historical fact that provides a starting point for reflecting on the significance of security, opening, isolation and closure.
Julija Pociūtė has graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts. Since 2006, she has been actively involved in art, constantly participating in group exhibitions and art festivals, has organized several personal exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. Her works have been bought by the most important European glass art centres: the Glasmuseet Ebeltoft contemporary glass art museum in Denmark and the Royal Glass Factory of La Granja in Spain.
Exhibition in gallery “Meno parkas” in Dusseldorf will be open until 31st of July.
Gallery’s opening hours: II-VI 14.00 – 19.00