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NOBA Nordic Baltic contemporary art platform

The biggest visual arts event in the Eastern region, the contemporary art fair ArtVilnius’21, is ready to take off in a month. On 15-17 October art professionals and enthusiasts will meet at the Lithuanian Exhibition and Congress Center Litexpo.

The program of ArtVilnius’21 will feature 55 galleries from 12 countries: Lithuania, France, Belarus, Germany, Ukraine, Albania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Denmark, Italy, and Romania. At the stands, visitors will meet their favourite galleries Okapi (Estonia), Tsekh (Kyiv/Vilnius), Nivet Carzon (France), Lithuanian The Rooster gallery, Meno parkas, Baroti, gallery Kristina Norvilaitė, and others.

Like every year, the fair will feature all media: painting, photography, sculpture, video, installations, etc. One of the most important highlights of this year’s event is presenting contemporary artworks on paper (drawings, collages, graphics, objects, etc.). Also as in previous years, the fair will include an international exhibition of large-format sculptures, installations, and performances named Takas that is curated by the artist, curator, lecturer Vytenis Burokas and features altogether the artworks of 22 artists.

In the project area, visitors will traditionally are invited to explore at the exhibitions of world-famous artists, collections of museums and art foundations, and expositions of institutions including Polish Museum of Contemporary Art MOCAK, Lewben Art Foundation, Svajonė and Paulius Stanikas, presenting themselves as SetP Stanikas. Stasys Eidrigevičius’ Visual Arts Center in Panevėžys Contemporary Art Center and Jonas Mekas Visual Arts Center. List of all the participants

Visitors can take part of tours of the fair led by art critics. If arriving to  ArtVilnius’21 in person is not an option, you can take part of the event via interactive 3D tour.

Read the programme at artvilnius.com