THE FOURTH ATVILNIUS’13: THE AMBITIOUS FACE OF LITHUANIAN ARTS

On 26-30 June, it is for the fourth time when Art Fair ARTVILNIUS’13 is inviting collectors, gallerists, art lovers, students, and lecturers to visit the Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO. Today ARTVILNIUS is the greatest event dedicated to contemporary arts in Lithuania; this is where the visitors can keep their fingers on the pulse of contemporary arts, see what is new today in art galleries and what artists they present, compare Lithuanian galleries with foreign ones, and, certainly, acquire […]

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ART WORKS FETCH NEARLY HALF A MILLION AT ARTVILNIUS’12

The Third Contemporary Art Fair ARTVILNIUS’12 appeared to be the most successful one – 53 member galleries from 12 countries of the world sold 117 pieces of art for nearly half a million litas. The greatest collectors’ attention was caught by contemporary Indian art presented by Gallery 21 from Latvia, works by V. Viningas, A. Petrašiūnaitė, V. Marcinkevičius, photographs by A. Sutkus and R. Rakauskas, paintings by A. Gataveckas. The latter author has sold his all five paintings. Galleries from […]

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ARTVILNIUS NOMINATIONS – OPENING OF NEW OPPORTUNITIES

It is for the third time when the largest Contemporary Art Fair ARTVILNIUS’12 will present a total of 10 nominations to award the best artists and galleries. 9 best galleries and authors will be awarded on the first day of the art fair, while the winner of the audience prize will be announced at the closing of the art fair. According to the directress of ARTVILNIUS’12, Mrs. Diana Stomienė, all pieces of art exhibited at the art fair do carry […]

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ARTVILNIUS – A SPACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART AND NEW DISCOVERIES

Art Fair ARTVILNIUS’12 – the greatest event of visual arts in the Baltic States over the past 20 years, which is held by the Lithuanian Art Gallerists’ Association for the third time. “Like its foreign analogues, Art Fair ARTVILNIUS should be held on an annual basis to gain in weight and be able to develop into one of the leading events for Lithuanian cultural industries in the future that extend the art market, increase the flows of foreign tourists and […]

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