Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Body and Darkness’ at Vartai gallery

The exhibition balances on the fringes of consciousness and talks about dark inclinations and the (non)human body through which they take shape. Shrouded in chiaroscuro the overtly visual and aggressive artworks analyse different dimensions of the human body inviting viewers

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The Children of the New East’ in Tallinn

‘The Children of the New East’ seeks out for the non-existent memory of the children born after the pivotal events of the 1980s and 1990s, and these children’s place in a globalised culture. How does a generation of twenty-somethings view

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Zones of Indistinction’ at EAA Gallery

OGH began as a lifestyle brand which produced tools to aid in the (re/de)construction of a lifestyle, but for various reasons, this approach was almost immediately abandoned and OGH morphed into a lived project. The distinction between the two phases is

Operative Archive – redux of the Baltic Pavilion in Tallinn

A concentrate of The Baltic Pavilion – a joint exhibition that represented Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition, la Biennale di Venezia 2016 – is now on display in Tallinn at the Design and Architecture Gallery.

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Eyes that see everything’ by Małgorzata Żurada at Sodų 4

Sodų 4 is happy to host a solo show by artist Małgorzata Żurada. Presented for the first time this exhibition is a result of a long lasting research by the artist, mostly developed during her residency at Nida Art Colony

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Climbing Invisible Structures. Ritualised Disciplinary Practices in Social Life. Part 4: Lillestrøm’

The expression “Climbing Invisible Structures” invokes something steep and hidden, something vertiginous and inaccessible. The idea of coping with such constructions, invites us, artists and participants, to reflect on the complex, multilayered and often imperceptible relationships that govern our lives

Photo reportage from Indrė Šerpytytė’s exhibition at Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius

Indrė Šerpytytė Absence of Experience 2017.02.03–03.08 Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius The exhibition, Absence of Experience features 2 Seconds of Colour, a work which began with a Google image search for ‘Isis beheadings’ after photographs and films of the Islamic State’s

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Mules’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre

Mules is a teleportation of the exhibition Moles developed collaboratively for the Museum for Photography in Berlin, as part of the ongoing series Seen By between the University of Arts Berlin and Kunstbibliothek der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin. Moles are

‘Exhibition and Retreat’ by Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz at Sodų 4

In February project space „Sodų 4“ was hosting a show by artists Lina Albrikienė and Ida Divinzenz who met during the residency exchange programme in Vienna in 2016. Touching upon different aspects of connecting the past and the present, both

‘Tastes Like headaches’ at kim? Contemporary Art Centre

3 “Fragile reverie bleaches the real and paints over it, washed out, without depth, in thin, contiguous layers, a somnolent world into which the dreamer sinks and is lost,” wrote Jean-Luc Nancy about the dream, the “fine thread” of which

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