‘From a Body I Spent’ by Felix Kalmenson at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre

‘Sometimes, waking, I forget where I am’, I imagine Felix telling me over the phone. ‘I am glad to know what I am worth, as everyday raptures. My collected customs like words begin to form a certain vocabulary, cliffs for

Photo reportage from ‘V Formation’ by Žilvinas Kempinas in the Galleries at Herron School of Art and Design, Indianapolis

INDIANAPOLIS – The spring exhibitions in the Galleries at Herron School of Art and Design open March 7, 2018, headlined by a survey of works by kinetic artist Žilvinas Kempinas, including the international debut of a new, 112-foot-long site-responsive work.

Photo reportage from the exhibition ‘The Summer Vocation of a Teenage Bee’ at CAC, Vilnius

Or, The Summer Vocation of a Teenage Bee Or, The Mania of Piling Stones Or, The Confidence of a Ball Bearing Or, What is it all about? The teenage bee is not a character in a fable, although its young

‘Daniel Steegmann Mangrané. Phantom’ at CAC, Vilnius

The Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) in Vilnius is pleased to present the first solo exhibition by Spanish artist Daniel Steegmann Mangrané in the Baltic States. The exhibition Phantom comprises two works in the form of an interconnected installation, presented in

EAT MYSELF, DRINK MYSELF by Monika Furmana at Meno Niša Gallery

The fundamental theme of Furmana’s work is the woman and her body. The artist courageously and provocatively deconstructs the woman’s body, changing her identity. She is attracted to blurring boundaries and contrasts that shock but at the same time arouse.

‘The Beginning is the End is the Beginning’ by Edgars Gluhovs at Careva contemporary, Riga

A stamp is a means to reproduce something almost indefinitely through repetition. The medium of the stamp tends to symbolize approval, green-lighting, verification, leaving of a definitive mark. The stamp-marks on otherwise empty sheets of white paper in the pieces

Photo reportage from ‘Stains and Scratches’ by Deimantas Narkevičius at the National Gallery of Art, Vilnius

Video installations of new films by the outstanding Lithuanian contemporary artist Deimantas Narkevičius are presented in the large hall of the National Gallery of Art. They include the première of the film Stains and Scratches, evoking the staging the Vilnius student

Photo reportage from ‘Any body suspended in space will remain in space until made aware of its situation’ at Temnikova & Kasela gallery

Beginning with the Futurists and Dadaists in the early 20th century, the limitless elasticity of cartoon physics’ pointed social criticism has been employed by multiple generations of artists and is still obtusely relevant today. “Any body suspended in space will

Photo reportage from the solo exhibition ‘Complaint’ by Kristina Inčiūraitė at project space Sodų 4

‘When my computer gets stuck, a rotating circle glittering in all the colours of the rainbow pops up on the screen. The work rhythm is interrupted briefly. I take a coffee break. In 2017, two scholars from the Chinese Culture

Photo reportage from Jānis Avotiņš’ solo exhibition at Vartai gallery

The time and title of Jānis Avotiņš’s solo exhibition refers to the centennial of the Baltic states. Not long ago, holiday celebration was a powerful manipulation tool in the hands of Soviet authorities. Just as everything else that was forced

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