‘Precarious State of Mind’, solo show by Sandra Kosorotova at Hop gallery

What does Post-Fordism feel like? How is precarity sensed? Can it materialize as an embodied sensation? Will it be codified as a medical disorder? This exhibition explores mental health as socio-political and ideological issues, rather than personal and biological problems.

Photo reportage from the 7th Inter-format Symposium ‘Along Lines’ at Nida Art Colony

The 7th Inter-format Symposium took place at VAA Nida Art Colony on 19th-22nd of May. Over three days and nights the transdisciplinary symposium engaged in a dialogue between more than 50 participants with presentations and performances in the woods, between moving

Photo reportage from Lithuanian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale

Artist Žilvinas Landzbergas represents Lithuania at the 57th Venice Biennale with his installation R, which reveals mesmeric realities that blend Nordic sceneries and imagery with the white cube space of the distinctive Venetian building of Scuola San Pasquale. Performance What

‘From Realism to the Object. Lithuanian World Art in the Collection of the Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation’ at the Vytautas Kasiulis Art Museum

“From Realism to the Object. Lithuanian World Art in the Collection of the Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation” is the sequel of the exhibition “From Realism to the Object” held last year at M. Žilinskas Art Gallery of M. K. Čiurlionis

Riga Photomonth 2017. Photo reportage from exhibitions at Latvian Museum of Photography and Latvian National Library Exhibition Hall

Riga Photomonth is an international photography festival that takes place in the capital of Latvia. Riga Photomonth explores and shows photography from Northern and Eastern Europe. The third edition of the Riga Photomonth takes place in 8 – 31 May

Photo reportage from the exhibition by Danas Aleksa at Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Centre

43H is my seat on the plane. On the one hand, it’s a very concrete coordinate that notes my place in the cabin. However, after the plane rises to the highest point in its trajectory, the perception of space changes.

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Claritin’ by Kristin Reiman at Haapsalu Linnagalerii, Estonia

It is as light as during the prime hour of early daytime, the sky is an even blue. Every object is visible, edges sharp and surfaces speckless. Never have I experienced more unclarity. The most confusing dilemma is the choice

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘Le Printemps’ by SetP Stanikas at Vartai gallery

The artist couple Svajonė and Paulius Stanikas have their own particular list of roles they play, a certain artistic repertoire that they use masterfully, balancing between reincarnations of the classics and the invasion of the contemporary, tragedy and the grotesque,

Exhibition by Milda Lembertaitė and Amelia Prazak at Chalton Gallery, London

Chalton Gallery, London 28 April – 7 May Sisters From Another Mister is a joint artistic identity of Milda Lembertaitė (‘87, Lithuania) and Amelia Prazak (‘87, Switzerland). The two artists have a free-wheeling practice employing gender play, witty sculptural forms,

Photo reportage from Anna Kaarma’s exhibition ‘Type 121’ at EKA Gallery

‘Type 121’ is Anna Kaarma’s first solo exhibition. The show’s central motif is the building type 121, characteristic the tower block district Lasnamäe in Tallinn. The construction of the microdistrict began in the 1970s . Lasnamäe was initially planned to