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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.
On June 22nd exhibition GREEN was opened at M.K. Čiurlionis Museum of Art. The color of the exhibition unites Lithuanian art, history, crafts, as well as nature and science. A diversity of variations of the colour green are put on view – from nostalgia, enjoyment and hedonism to fear and anxiety. This exhibition includes the work of Stasys Eidrigevičius - \"Robertėlis kaime\" from the TARTLE collection.
Currently we are changing the exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from June.
On May 25th, in Vytautas Kasiulis Museum of Art a score of École de Paris artists and over a hundred of their art pieces – an exhibition Litvak Artists in Paris, the first in the Baltic countries comprehensive survey of the artwork produced by the immigrant Litvak (Lithuanian Jewish) artists in Paris was opened. Among the lenders to the exhibition of international significance are such French art institutions as the Pompidou National Centre for Art and Culture, and the Museum of the Art and History of Judaism.TARTLE lent 4 artworks to the exhibition.
On May 17th the exhibition ‘The Collectible Collector. Artworks of Kazys Varnelis from private collections in Lithuania\' opened at Kazys Varnelis House-Museum. TARTLE lent 5 artworks for the exhibition.
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 May 5th the exhibition Stage Divas opened in Pranas Domšaitis gallery, which gives a rare opportunity to get acquainted with actresses who created memorable roles, recognized music performers and the work of artists who immortalized them, as well as to rediscover the history of Lithuanian theater, fashion and art. TARTLE also lent two works to this exhibition.
On 25th May 2022 we are opening the fifth exhibition of the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE, which has been prepared in cooperation with the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in New York City and is dedicated to the 700th anniversary of Vilnius.
The portrait of Motiejus Kazimieras Sarbievijus painted by an unknown artist in the 17th or 18th century was loaned by the the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE for the exhibition Vilnius Poker at the MO Museum.
On 13th April the exhibition I’m coming back... was opened at Ukmergė Regional Museum.