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Private Gallery
Jurgita Zvinklyte (installation) - Thursday review
Jurgita 思inklytė
Jurgita 思inklytė
  Thursday review
Jurgita 思inklytė

9-16 February 2012
Opening 9 February 2012

Jurgita 思inklytė is the new generation artist who graduated from Master's degree from Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) last year. Still studying at VAA she has concentrated mostly on performance genre, however it's more fair to call the works by Jurgita not performances but processes which design the motion and process of the phenomenon. The artist's works are marked by psichogeographical/mythogeographical experience of environment and reflection on the themes of the line, drawing, structure and motion which are revieled through the creation of peculiar line structures and drafts seeking to correspond with them in the use of the body.

Contemporary art gallery "Vartai" organises open reviews of artworks.
These practical one-hour Thursday events introduce the latest works of a selected artist and analyse the genre, development, uniqueness and potential of his or her artwork.

Through the Thursday reviews, "Vartai" gallery aims to collect and publicise the latest news on the works of contemporary artists, provide a more exhaustive introduction of the authors, promote works of acclaimed artists and discover new promising names.
Works submitted for reviews shall be available for viewing and purchase in the Review Room of "Vartai" gallery.

Personal presentations of artworks can be arranged for art collectors any day of the week. Please, arrange your visit in advance by contacting "Vartai" gallery on the phone (+370) 5 2122 949 or by e mail

Artists wishing to submit their artwork for the reviews should contact the gallery by e mail

Jurgita 思inklytė
"Minklė: kur 枡mės vidurys? Atsakymas: kur pats stovi".
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