National Gallery of Art in Vilnius presents three new exhibitions

The National Gallery of Art in Vilnius is proud to announce the opening of three exhibitions – ‘The Crowds’, ‘The March’ and ‘About Neighbors and Passersby’ – that explore the relationship between the individual and society in art. The opening

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go

Frutta presents the fourth and last episode of The Way Things Go, a domino-effect exhibition conceived as the sequence of four curatorial proposals connected by a principle of mutual interdependence. After the disappearance of the works presented by Adam Carr with We

LCCA news: Digitising Contemporary Art project has reached its midterm

The project Digitising Contemporary Art (DCA) is contributing significantly to the presentation of contemporary art available on Europeana, the single access point to Europe’s digital cultural heritage. In addition to the artworks and contextual documents, the project  delivers practical guidelines on

Gintarė Žitkevičiūtė of Art Pit at Future London

Gintarė Žitkevičiūtė gives a speach at Future London this Tuesday, November 20th. Gintarė is a recent winner of the Facebook World Hackaton in London for the best Open Graph App. A 25 years old art history graduate from Lithuania who

Latvian pavilion at the 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice / North by North – East


Commissioners Zane Čulkstēna and Zane Onckule are pleased to announce that the artists Kaspars Podnieks and Krišs Salmanis will represent Latvia for the 55th International Art Exhibition in Venice. The project will be co-curated by Anne Barlow, Director, and Courtenay

Latvian Photography Yearbook is out!

FK Magazine has launched the Latvian Photography Yearbook that for the second year in a row is the platform for those few interesting, artistically attractive and thematically abundant photo projects that have been implemented by Latvian photographers. This year, series of five Latvian

(Il)legal Aesthetics core workshop at Ptarmigan

Fluctuating between legal and illegal, the (Il)legal Aesthetics laboratory aims to raise more questions than to bring answers. If dOCUMENTA (13) concentrated on vanishing borders between art and science, (Il)legal Aestheticsseeks to investigate other side of the truth. For example, may norms and etiquette

Estonian artist Marge Monko wins Henkel Art.Award. 2012

For the first time the Henkel Art.Award. is given to an Estonian artist. An international jury of experts consisting of museum specialists, artists and curators decided to give the award to Marge Monko, an Estonian artist born in Tallinn in

“Recuperating the Invisible Past” book release by Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art

The most recent publication by the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) – the collection of essays and articles in Latvian and English – “Recuperating the Invisible Past” introduces and examines the Latvian, Baltic and Eastern European neo-avanguard art of

The CAC presents Black Pillow in Liverpool Biennial

Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre presents a collaborative project by lithuanian architects Audrius Bučas and Valdas Ozarinskas – Black Pillow – at the Liverpool Biennial, the largest contemporary art festival in the UK starting September 15th. The project features one main object – a

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