Lithuanian artist Antanas Gerlikas nominated for the Paulo Cunha e Silva art prize

Antanas Gerlikas was recently nominated for the Paulo Cunha e Silva art prize. The prize, based in the city of Porto, has a monetary value of 25,000€ and is aimed at international artists aged under 40 who have had no

Group exhibition “Growing Insistence” at Šiauliai Art Gallery

“I made these sausages, I made these sausages” – an ordinary day with electrified words chewing on somebody’s sausages, driving him into mid-dream. Intellect as artwork: how much space does it occupy, does it take over all minds as our

Photo reportage from JOY AND MIRROR. PORT CITY at gallery 427

Joy and Mirror is a traveling artists residency that aims to rearrange and disrupt the landscape of cultural activities. Guided by a principle of joy, encounters with localities unfold in a mirroring mode. What if activities from Sardinia, Gardone Riviera

First events of the XII Baltic Triennial

HERE is a recent conversation with Antanas Gerlikas. In it he says something about art being a really good way to produce proof of things that you want to exist. This sounds like a really vague idea, like it could

In a Subway Tunnel with an Artificial Escort

“Underground” group exhibition at the kim? Contemporary Art Centre   I must begin with the fact that, in this case, it wouldn’t be correct to use the term “group exhibition”, bearing in mind the intention of the artists involved. There’s no

“Scenography of Horror” – Patrik Aarnivaara and Maija Rudovska for the HIAP

…a house comes to live: the walls are crumbling, the floor is shaking, the water tap starts running, doors slam shut…  Swedish artist Patrik Aarnivaara and Latvian curator Maija Rudovska are currently in collaboration for the project Scenography of Horror at the HIAP. The

VILNIUS PAVILION: THE NEW “OFFICIAL” STYLE

Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre exhibition “Vilnius Pavilion” in Moscow Contemporary Art Centre In fact, I do not believe that exhibitions of Vilnius Contemporary Art Centre (at least in recent years) are worth much notice. However, when it comes to presenting

“Vilnius Pavilion” exhibition

2013 11 28 - 2014 01 19 / 7 pm
  On November 28th National Centre for Contemporary Arts (Moscow) opens Vilnius Pavilion – a temporary pavilion of Lithuanian contemporary art that presents works by artists who live (or have at some point lived or stayed) in the capital city of Lithuania.

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