GALERIJA VARTAI, one of the first private galleries in Lithuania, was founded in 1991, the same year that Lithuania regained its independence after five long decades of Soviet occupation. It has played a vital role in the cultural life of the country ever since, putting on not just exhibitions, but also concerts, discussions, and workshops. Galerija VARTAI from the very beginning became an important venue through which artists as well as musicians could reach the public and remains so to this day.
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The Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) is the largest venue for contemporary art in the Baltic States, with an exhibition space of 2400 square meters. The CAC is a non-collection based institution committed to developing a broad range of international and Lithuanian exhibition projects as well as presenting a wide range of public programmes including lectures, seminars, performances, film and video screenings, and live new music events.
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The Rooster Gallery is a gallery that represents the youngest generation of Lithuanian artists. The Rooster Gallery seeks to anticipate and address the emerging trends and needs of the art market while developing the traditions of artwork lease and professional art management. The gallery’s uniqueness lies in the fact that it is not tied to a permanent location and is thus able to exhibit each artist’s works in a different space that is most appropriate to their nature.
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The Rooster Gallery
Editorial is a project space founded in 2017 by Neringa Černiauskaitė & Vitalija Jasaitė, who are editors-in-chief of Artnews.lt and Echo Gone Wrong magazines respectively. It focuses on emerging and young Lithuanian and international artists, inviting them to test their visions and ideas in a non-institutional and non-commercial context. Editorial also organizes and hosts series of talks, performances, and events.
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