|Thursday Review - Opening - 24 May, 6 P.m.|
|Adomas Danusevičius (painting)|
On May 24, the Preview Room of Vartai Gallery will introduce the work of the painter Adomas Danusevičius.
The canvases of the young artist impressed the audiences with the topic of queers (especially in the series Chimney (Kaminas)) which is extremely rare in Lithuanian art.
The artist reflects on the issues of homosexuality and the feelings of another in the modern society which is cosmopolitan but nevertheless chained by the traditional perception of identities.
Bold, sensitive, intuitive work is a provocation communicating social angles through personal perspective as well as by speaking out on common human issues.
Read more here.
Illiustration: Adomas Danusevičius, "Tapsmas", 2011
oil on canvas, 140 x 170 cm
Contemporary art gallery VARTAI organises open reviews of artworks which 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.
Artists wishing to submit their artwork for the reviews should contact the gallery by e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
JURGA BARILAITE. SHOW IT
We kindly remind you and invite to the new exhibition of Jurga Barilaite. Show it.
Show It consists of four parts: The Archive of Unfinished Works; What I Would Do, If I Did; Who Hasn't Painted, Will / The Beginning of a Collection; and Escape.
ŽILVINAS LANDZBERGAS. SUNSET
On 21 April to 10 June contemporary art programme TAG is very pleased to present Sunset, a new solo exhibition by the Lithuanian artist Zilvinas Landzbergas (b. 1979, Kaunas) uniting sculpture, animation, and installations in a Gesammtkunstwerk which questions the ideology of progress. Sunset combines recent works with a sculptural installation made specifically for this exhibition.
More information here.
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