‘Science and Life. Exhibition of Artistic Research’ at VAA exhibition halls ‘Titanikas’

The Lithuanian Science and Life magazine was first published in 1957 – the year when an artificial satellite and a dog were launched into space. Today the magazine is out of print, as it has been replaced by Illustrated Science

RAMIFIED | an exhibition of work by teachers and students at the Vilnius Justinas Vienožinskis Art School at VAA Exhibition Halls ‘Titanikas’

// RAMIFIED | an exhibition of work by teachers and students at the Vilnius Justinas Vienožinskis Art School // 23 03‒15 04 2018 Opening: 22 March, on Thursday, 6 pm Participants: Arūnas Gudaitis, Kristina Inčiūraitė, Donatas Jankauskas (Duonis), Linas Jusionis,

Photo reportage from ‘HABAS’ exhibition by Tomas Martišauskis at POST gallery, Kaunas

The exposition’s retrospective in the exhibition becomes a single cause, entire, which creates ties through objective means, reveals the universal principal of lie. Every relation of existing matter with it becomes our unquestioning daily experience. As if in the review

Photo reportage from Tomas Martišauskis’ exhibition “ar/arba”

On May 14-28th LTMKS Project Space Malonioji 6 (Malonioji Str. 6, Vilnius) featured an exhibition “ar/arba” by Tomas Martišauskis. Alegoric nature of the exhibition’s structure has been intentionaly chosen as a metaphorical basis for figurative reflections and shadows. Notional shift

Tomas Martišauskis’ exhibition “ar/arba”

2014 05 14 - 2014 05 28 / 6 pm
On May 14th, 6 pm LTMKS Project Space Malonioji 6 (Malonioji Str. 6, Vilnius) opens an exhibition “ar/arba” by Tomas Martišauskis. Alegoric nature of this exhibition structure has been intentionaly chosen as a metaphorical basis for figurative reflections and shadows. Notional shift

Photo reportage from “Creature/Vera” by Tomas Martišauskis at Reykjavik Art Museum, Island

Reykjavik Art Museum, Island present “Creature/ Vera” – a site-specific installation by Lithuanian artist Tomas Martišauskis. Creature/Vera is a postmodern take on the relationship between sculptural matter and the space. Using advanced technologies he translates a specific sculptural object into various mediums thus expanding the

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