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In the TARTLE exhibition ‘Solely Saints’, we welcome you to explore depictions of saints spanning from the 16th century to contemporary times.
The sixth exhibition at the Lithuanian Art Centre Tartle is part of an exhibition diptych on the theme of Vilnius, and is one of the 700th anniversary events, inviting visitors to experience the city through different forms of time.
The exhibition focuses on the works of three Baltic women artists – Malle Leis (19402017), Maija Tabaka (1939) and Marija Teresė Rožanskaitė (19332007) – in the late Soviet era of the 1970s and 1980s. All three of the artists challenged contemporary art discourses through non-conventional approaches to self-representation, ways of creating space and reflections on being artists.
On March 9th at the MO museum, exhibition “We Don’t Do This. Intimacy, Norms and Fantasies in Baltic Art” was opened. During the long decades of Soviet occupation, sexuality-related content and discussion were widely censored from the public. According to a famous catchphrase, there was no sex in the USSR. We ask why was sex so suppressed and what kind of love was allowed? How different are the region’s public notions of intimacy, gender, love and sexuality today? \"We Don’t Do This. Intimacy, Norms and Fantasies in Baltic Art\" will explore the shifts and changes in representations of gender, family and sexuality, marked by back-and-forth loosening and re-enforcement of norms throughout the Soviet era and beyond. Two of the works for the exhibition were lent by TARTLE.
The exhibition “A Woman in Yellow. The Retrospective and Inspirations of Antanas Samuolis (18991942)”, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of painter Antanas Samuolis. This comprehensive exhibition dedicated to Antanas Samuolis, one of the most famous Lithuanian artists of the early 20th century, is held at the M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art after a 25-year break.
Currently, we are changing the exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from June.
We are among the winners of the World Architecture Festival 2023. Residence with art museum & depot U40 by Trimonis architects in Lithuania are among the winners in INSIDE – for best Interior category.
The sixth exhibition at the Lithuanian Art Centre Tartle is part of an exhibition diptych on the theme of Vilnius, and is one of the 700th anniversary events, inviting visitors to experience the city through different forms of time.
Four Vilnius libraries - The Wroblewski Library of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania, Vilnius University Library, and the Lithuanian Audiosensory Library - and the Lithuanian National Art Museum present \"The Uncharted World of Old Books\" exhibition. For the first time, the scattered heritage of the noble libraries of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania is being opened to the public in one place. In the part of the Radziwiłł family - an 18th-century book from the TARTLE collection.
On November 9th the exhibition Vilnius, Wilno, Vilne 1918 - 1948. One City - Many Stories was opened in the National Gallery of Art. The exhibition shows Vilnius in an exceptionally complicated historical period. We become acquainted with the city thanks to paintings, graphics, photographs and other works of contemporary artists. An artwork by Tymon Niesiołowski from the TARTLE collection was lent to the exhibition.