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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 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.
On 7th of December exhibition The Lustre of Old Silver in Vilnius Residents Private Collections was opened at Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. This exhibition presents silver treasures currently in the collections of Vilnius’ collectors. In the exhibition, you will also find silver works loaned by the the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE.
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 the exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from June.
On 14th July exhibition Sheets and Splashes. Leisure in 20th and 21st century Lithuanian art was opened at the National Gallery of Art. In the exhibition these matters were revisited as the curators looked through almost thirty public and private collections in search of images of leisure in the artefacts of Lithuania’s modern visual culture: painting, graphic art, sculpture, photography, applied art, contemporary art, advertising, feature and documentary films, and amateur art. Seven artworks for the exhibition were loaned by the the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE.
Currently we are changing the exhibition and will be open for visitors starting from June.
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.
Every weekend in February, a special event called SU-MENĖK will take place, involving 31 museums and galleries across the city.