Present
2021 07 31 - 10 03
 

Fotoblokas

Starting 31 July the National Gallery of Art presents outstanding exhibition - 'Photobloc. Central Europe in Photobooks'.

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2021 07 30 - 10 03
 

Eija-Liisa Ahtila. Galimybė meilei

Starting 30 July National Gallery of Art presents video installation by Eija-Liisa Ahtila 'Potentiality for Love'.

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2021 07 17 - 09 26
 

Stanislovas Kazimieras Kosakovskis (1837-1905). Vaitkūnų kaimo valstiečiai. Vaitkūnų k., Vilkmergės apskr. (dabar - Ukmergės r. sav.), 1902 m. Nacionalinis M. K. Čiurlionio dailės muziejus

Starting from the 17 July National Gallery of Art presents new exhibition 'Kazys, Ona, Juozas, Agota, Katrė, Stepas, Pranas, Eugenija, Vincas and others. Indigenous Narratives'.

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2019 07 10 - 2029 12 30
 

Nauja Lietuvos dailės ekspozicija 19

In 2019, the National Gallery of Art marked the first decade of its activities. On this important occasion that encourages reviewing past accomplishments and foreseeing perspectives, NGA presents to its visitors the renewed display of the museum's collection of modern and contemporary Lithuanian art.

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Past
2021 04 02 - 06 13
 

Juozo Milašiaus ir Dariaus Čiutos nuotolinis performansas

Displayed in the small temporary exhibitions hall and various unexpected spaces of the gallery are experimental works created using computing, software, and networking technologies in the 1990s and 2000s.

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2021 03 26 - 06 05
 

Whiz Bang Quick City 2. 1972 m. gegužės 26-birželio 4 d., Vudstokas, Niujorko valstija. Skaitmeninis Aleksandros Kasubos archyvas Lietuvos nacionaliniame dailės muziejuje

This exhibition presents, for the first time, the creative heritage of the visionary Lithuanian American environmental artist Aleksandra Fledžinskaitė-Kašubienė-Kasuba (1923-2019), spanning seven decades of her work (1942-2019).

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2021 03 26 - 06 05
 

Emilija Škarnulytė. Daugdara. Dedikuojama Aleksandrai Kasubai. 2021 (Video kūrinio fragmentas)

The National Gallery of Art presents a solo exhibition by Emilija Škarnulytė and her latest audiovisual installation 'Circular Time. For Aleksandra Kasuba'.

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