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Eglė Budvytytė (1981) creates performative and cinematographic situations in which she explores the body’s ability to challenge conventions of conduct formed by public spaces. Authentic movement contrasts with the rational, homogenised layout of the city. Her work manoeuvres between scripted […]


The work of Liudvikas Buklys (1984) has been compared to a game of drafts, where the artist sits at one end of the board and the audience at the other, and each tries to beat his opponent. Buklys’ work is […]


Gintaras Didžiapetris (1985) is one of the most distinctive representatives of the younger generation of artists emerging on the international scene, who not only creates art but also writes about it. His work is more related to the search for […]


Laura Garbštienė (1973), who studied textiles at Vilnius Academy of Arts, weaves performance, photography and video art into a very distinctive ‘ornament’ that is specific only to her. Many of her works were created abroad while on artist’s residencies, where […]

Jonas Gasiūnas (1954), a representative of the middle generation of painters, is one of the most important figures in contemporary Lithuanian painting, whose canvases are impossible to mistake for anyone else’s. In them, the artist paints with the flame of […]


The cinematographic vision in the work of Neringa Černiauskaitė (1984) and  Ugnius Gelguda (1977) transforms seemingly recognisable spaces and historical figures into set designs and characters in unused cinematic / historical / social scenarios. Using the language and tools of […]


The most important theme in the work of Kristina Inčiūraitė (born 1974) is female identity and changes to it in society, with its transformation because of socio-political, economic and cultural circumstances. She creates films, photographs, drawings, installations and objects. She […]


The films and performances by Evaldas Jansas (born 1969) move along the edges and the underground of everyday life, by using (self-)destructive or creative outbursts to respond to its meaninglessness. His work is often viewed as transgressive. His pieces infuse […]


Eglė Karpavičiūtė (1984) treats painting as a thought process. First and foremost, the discourse on painting, which includes the issue of the ‘death of painting’, becomes the object of her reflections. She turns the medium of painting into a powerful […]


Žilvinas Kempinas (1969) uses minimal means and materials to create compelling installations, objects and ‘pictures’, in which minimalism, as well as optical and kinetic art, find points of contact. His signature creative material is magnetic tape. The lightness, flexibility, reflectivity […]


Ignas Krunglevičius (1979), who studied composition at the Norges musikkhøgskole (Norwegian Academy of Music), works as a composer and visual artist. He creates sound and image installations, videos, and objects that explore the psychology of power games and the working […]


The work of Juozas Laivys (1976) comprises sculpture, objects, installations, performance art, oral texts, video and photography. He graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts with a degree in sculpture in 2001. His work is distinguished by his incisive approach […]


Žilvinas Landzbergas (1979) studied sculpture at the Vilnius Academy of Arts. From 2005 to 2007 he participated in the De Ateliers postgraduate artists’ residency in Amsterdam. In his work, the importance of material, colour and light, and the references presented […]


Darius Mikšys (1969) is an artist of ideas who is often introduced simply as a ‘designer of concepts’. Through projects such as a video documentation of a parapsychology fair at the Vilnius Sports Palace, the selling of an empty bottle […]


Deimantas Narkevičius (1964), who has a degree in sculpture, is one of the  most outstanding filmmakers in the visual arts context, both in Lithuania and internationally. At the same time he also creates sound and sculpture installations, as well as […]


Mindaugas Navakas (1952), active since the early 1980s, has contributed significantly to the transformation of the understanding of sculpture in Lithuania. In his monumental sculptures one can recognise a combination of overlapping of forms from archaic, classical Western civilisation, minimalism […]


Described as a practician and visionary, Valdas Ozarinskas (1961) mixes the latest scientific ideas, technological advances, and a cosmic imagination to express his political stance in an undeclamatory way. The unique phenomenological experiences (the size, form and material quality of […]


The work of Artūras Raila (1962), which is grounded in collaborative practice, explores provocative themes of national identity, political adaptation and nationalism, while at the same time incorporating discourses on institutional criticism and erasings the boundaries of art and life. […]


Gintautas Trimakas (1958) is one of the most prominent conceptual photographers in Lithuania. For more than 20 years he has created images using methods such as camera obscura and other photographic processes. Light is the basis of his work. It […]


Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas (born 1968 and 1966 respectively) are artists and educators, and founders of Urbonas Studio, an interdisciplinary research programme that advocates the reclamation of public culture in the face of overwhelming privatisation, and stimulating the cultural and […]


Andrius Zakarauskas (1982), a member of the younger generation of conceptual painters, explores the medium of painting and the position of the painter in the context of contemporary art. In his early work, the artist, who graduated from the department […]