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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.
Pursuant to the decision of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, from March 13 until further notice the Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE is closed.
Every weekend in February, a special event called SU-MENĖK will take place, involving 25 museums and galleries across the city.
May this holiday season be full of cheers! On the postcard: Vilnius in winter by Mstislav Dobuzhinsky.
Explore Tartle collection on Google Arts & Culture online platform.
This exhibition is a story about Justinas Mikutis, a symbol of civil disobedience in Soviet Lithuania. For his profound insights, he was called and still is remembered as a philosopher, a thinker, even a prophet. In an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty, many artists admired the freedom of his thought. His erudition contrasted with the primitiveness of official ideology. Socially, he was a marginal whose life was not in line with normal way of being, he did not care about comfort, instead, he himself was uncomfortable for others. After a decade‘s imprisonment in a Siberian camp, he returned crippled, was deeply affected by the traumatic experience, but his posture radiated the courage of a man who had no fair of the system, there was nothing to lose. An artwork by painter Arvydas Šaltenis was lent to this exhibition by TARTLE.
At 5 pm on Wednesday, 26th September, the opening of the second exhibition in the series Streets of Vilnius by the Lithuanian Art Museum, called Didžioji Street will take place at the Vilnius Picture Gallery.
The collection of Lithuanian Art Centre TARTLE features numerous works of Lithuanian fine arts of the 19th century.
Currently we are changing exhibition and we will be open for visitors starting from the middle of September.
On July 12th, the day of the inauguration of the President of the Republic of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda, together with Lithuanian museums we say - #oneLithuania.