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In its fourth exhibition, the Lithuanian Art Centre Tartle showcases part of its collection representing the tendencies in artistic life in Soviet-occupied Lithuania, and features of the work by artists who fled to the West.
Due to quarantine we do not organize regular excursions, but we invite you to visit the gallery individually.
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Wishing Everyone a Happy Holiday Season!
You can now visit TARTLE from home! Get acquainted with the works of art exhibited in the first exhibitions and learn more about the history of Lithuania through the eyes of the artists.
On December 29th between 11 a.m. and 19 p.m. we are opening TARTLE doors to visitors free-of-charge. We invite you to visit our fourth exhibition “Free and Unfree. Lithuanian Art between 1945 and 1990”.
Pursuant to the decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, from November 7 until further notice the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE is closed for visitors.
This year, the 5 th edition of the Vilnius Gallery Weekend brings together over 30 different art spaces. The participants include not only private galleries, but also project spaces run by artists and independent curators, galleries of well-established organizations with deep traditions, as well as museums, art centres and private collectors.
In its third exhibition, the Lithuanian Art Centre Tartle presents an exceptional part of its collection, offering a broad look at artistic life in Kaunas and Vilnius during the interwar period and the Second World War.
Currently we are changing exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from the middle of September.