Lithuanian art, artists, art museums and galleries; a guide to websites
Art galleries *
Famous Lithuanian artists *
Brenner, Victor David
Gallery Menų Dirbtuves
The gallery is located in the Old town of Vilnius, Liejyklos 4. At the gallery you can see and buy paintings by the owner, Birutė Nomeda, who ahs his design studio there as well.
Museums and art galleries in Lithuania *
Museums in Lithuania, a calender of events and exhibitions.
Lietuvos dailės muziejaus aktualijos
M. K. Čiurlionis National Art Museum
Established in 1921, the M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art has turned into one of the oldest and largest art museums in Lithuania. The primary mission of the museum today is to encourage the understanding of cultural and artistic processes by collecting, protecting, studying the M. K. Čiurlionis collection, together with Lithuanian and worldwide art.
Lithuanian Art Museum
The Lithuanian Art Museum in Vilnius houses Lithuania’s largest art collection.
Europas Parkas in a 50-hectare open-air modern and contemporary art museum 17 km from Vilnius.
Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Centre
The Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center (Lithuanian: Jono Meko Vizualiųjų Menų Centras) is an avant-garde arts centre in Vilnius.
The Modern Art centre (Modernaus Meno Centra)
The Modern Art Center seeks to assemble a representative collection of Lithuanian modern and contemporary visual art created from 1960 onwards and to make this collection accessible to the broader public.
Grūtas Park (unofficially known as Stalin’s World) is a sculpture garden of Soviet-era statues and an exposition of other Soviet ideological relics from the times of the Lithuanian SSR.
The Nida Art Colony
The overall objective of the NAC project is to improve the quality of art and design education in Lithuania and to implement innovations in the field of art education by promoting international cooperation. By launching the Nida Artist-in-residence Programme NAC also aims to create favourable conditions for creative contemporary art practices.
Contemporary Art centre (CAC)
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 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.