13th International Contemporary Art Fair
Exhibition and Congress Centre LITEXPO
Vilnius, Lithuania
3, 4, 5 exhibition halls and outside
7-9 October 2022


7 October (Friday)                     14.00–20.00
8 October (Saturday)                11.30–20.00
9  October (Sunday)                   11.30–18.00



To avoid lines, we recommend buying tickets in advance online, on the Bilietai.lt page.



– Day ticket before the event (valid for one chosen day) – 14 €
– Day ticket during the event (7,8,9 October) – 15 €
– 2 days ticket (valid for two chosen days) – 22 €


University and school students, seniors, and disabled people with the basic capacity for work of 25-55% – 8 €  (for groups over 10 people – 6 €)

Free entrance: children under 7, Vilnius Academy of Arts students (with a valid student ID), people with disabilities with basic capacity for work of 0-25% accompanied by one person.


During ArtVilnius’22, an international jury of art professionals and visitors will select the best galleries, artists, and works of art. Awards:

  • Best 7 galleries
  • Best sculpture/Installation
  • Best Artist
  • Best Young Artist, under 35 (prize by Law Firm COBALT, Maecenas of the Fair)

    On Sunday evening will be awarded:

  • Best Audience Select Gallery and the Audience Select Ukrainian Artist (prize by Volfas Engelman)



  • Virginijus Kinčinaitis (Lithuania) – an art researcher, critic, photographer, organizer and participant of international and national art projects, exhibitions, and campaigns.
  • Monika Kozioł (Poland) – curator of exhibitions and projects in the field of contemporary art, author of texts on post-1945 art, museologist. Since 2010, she has been working at MOCAK the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow.
  • Valentinas Klimašauskas (Lithuania)  – curator of contemporary art and a writer. In 2021, together with João Laia, he curated the 14th Edition of the Baltic Triennial of Contemporary Art. In 2019, together with Inga Lāce, curated the Latvian National Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. 
  • Danutė Gambickaitė (Lithuania) – curator and art historian. Headwoman at Lithuanian Interdisciplinary Artist Association, director of the culture venue “Sodas 2123”;
  • Lesia Kulchynska (Ukraine) – PhD, a Kyiv-based art curator and visual studies researcher currently affiliated with Bibliotheca Hertziana – Max Planck Institute for Art History.



DISTANCE (from/to LITEXPO oldtown)

LITEXPO – Vilnius oldtown, total 6.6 km

LITEXPO – bus station, train station, total 5.4 km
LITEXPO – Vilnius airport, total 6.6 km

Bus no. 21 – from bus stop Parodų rūmai, close to LITEXPO, to Vilnius oldtown, bus stop Pamėnkalnio.
Trolleybus no. 16 – from bus stop Parodų rūmai to the bus/train station


If you arrive at LITEXPO by personal car, you can leave it in the paid parking lot near the entrance.

Parking price – 3 €   (until midnight).