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On 25th May 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.
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.
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.
On 25th August exhibition “Op Art Reflections” was opened at the MO museum. In the exhibition for the first time in Lithuania, the influence of optical art on the work of Lithuanian artists in the 1970s and 1980s will be presented. One of the artworks in exhibited there is “Op Art Composition” (1969) by Vladislovas Žilius which was loaned by the the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE.
Currently we are changing exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from the middle of September.
Starting 25 of July National Gallery of Art presents international exhibition Wild Souls. Symbolism in the Art of the Baltic States.
Opening of the exhibition “Petras Kalpokas (18801945) and Environment” at the M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art.
This summer get to know Lithuania through art - with such an invitation, we are renewing excursions to the exhibition Age of Romanticism.