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A contemporary painting exhibition "The same way of seeing / thinking" (part three) will open at the Meno Parkas Gallery (Rotušės a. 27, Kaunas).

“The same way of seeing/thinking“ (part three) is a continuation of an ongoing project / exhibition, which, of course, shares the same denominator of painting. But is it (not) required to be a painter or an artist, so that art is your way of seeing/thinking? Most commonly, as those painters see in their own ways anyway. Yes, an individual style in painting is a natural result of a long process. To discover, to communicate with like-minded people, who see, think and feel similar to you – is probably relevant to every artist, in this case the exhibition is a way of communication (of art).

This time the authors have been selected based on how their painting/creative works stand out in the context of this exhibition. All these artists have a unique expression of art aesthetics. Different surfaces, different ways to approach the artwork, different painting plastics, different stories about painting. Ten authors and two-story exposition space of the gallery.

The idea of such a project/exhibition has come to Andrius Zakarauskas and Povilas Ramanauskas, who were working in adjacent studios in “Juzė” (“Kauno buities namai”, “Kaunas household home”). “The same way of seeing/thinking” which has connected local like-minded people, started in 2014 in a gallery “101” in Kaunas. Later, in 2015, the same exposition with larger composition was presented in “DSG” gallery in Vilnius.


Associates artists: Romanas Averincevas, Agnė Jonkutė, Agnė Juodvalkytė, Simonas Kuliešis, Indrė Mikašauskaitė, Marija Rinkevičiūtė, Saulė Šaltytė, Jurgis Tarabilda, Karolis Vaivada, Andrius Zakarauskas.

Curator of the exhibition: Povilas Ramanauskas


* Due to the increasing infections of COVID-19 and current regulations Meno Parkas gallery is closed for visitors. 


Exhibition is part of gallery’s Meno Parkas project “Eather. 2020”. Project is partly financed by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.

Gallery name: Meno Parkas Gallery

Address: Rotušės a. 27, Kaunas

Opening hours: Tue-Fri 11:00 - 18:30, Sat 11:00 - 16:00

Open: 10.12.2020 - 17.01.2021