“The only and piffling, hopeless, romantic – counterweight to nihilism is philotopy and photophysics.” (Arvydas Šliogeris)
“I can’t even tell you exactly when I asked myself about the colour. How sensitive am I to It? And amongst all set of visual, cultural, and social codes, for me in the present is the most interesting – colour code. After a long research, Camera-less photography became the perfect technique. I rely on old technology. By playful performative action, I present and have my own unique “answers”. The exhibition features a series of artworks entitled „Answers”: Henry Fox Talbot, Sir John William Herschel, Hermann Krone, as well as works from the emerging series “Silent Message”. ”
February 17, 2020 Gintautas Trimakas
Gintautas Trimakas (b. 1958 ) lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photoartist has been actively participating in group shows and holding solo exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad since 1986. He has been a member of the Lithuanian Photographers’ Association since 1989. His works are to be found in the collections of the Lithuanian Art Museum, the Šiauliai Museum of Photography, MO Museum, the Finnish Museum of Photography, the Museum of Art in Łódź, as well as other institutional and private collections in Lithuania and abroad. In 2017 the artist was awarded with the Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts.
Exhibition is part of Meno Parkas Gallery project “Art Line. 2020”. Project is presented by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.
Photography: Ignas Gleixner, courtesy of Meno Parkas Gallery