INFORMATION FOR VISITORS

"Čiurlionis paintings and prints" permanent exhibition at  M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art (V. Putvinskio St. 55) is open to visitors. Due to  the reconstruction of  the museum  the permanent exhibitions: "Early 20th century Lithuanian art", "Lithuanian folk art" and "16 – 19th Century Lithuanian Art" are closed.

 

 

Exhibitions

2015/ 03/ 12

"Full Moon" – the exhibition is dedicated to the 100th birth anniversary of Adolfas Vaičaitis

The exhibition presents a wide panorama of the artist's oeuvre from the early works to the abstractions. >>>

2015/ 03/ 06

The 9th international exhibition of the Baltic contemporary ceramics "Spring 2015"

It is the largest exhibition of art in the Baltic States, and presents various generations of professional artists from Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the USA, Sweden, England. >>>

2015/ 02/ 27

"Generation of the break " – Gintaras Kamarauskas „Yesterday’s puzzle“

Sculptor Gintaras Kamarauskas (b. 1957) among the other artists of the "Break-generation“ has particularly strong sense of archetypal foundation of the world. >>>

2015/ 02/ 26

"The Edge" – the exhibition by Marija Griniuk

It is a joint project initiated by Kunstahal Aarhus (Denmark) uniting Lithuanian and Danish artists, and it was exhibited in 2014. >>>

2015/ 02/ 22

"Promise for the Eternity: paintings from the collection of priest Ričardas Mikutavičius (1935–1998)"

The exhibition is dedicated to the 80th birth anniversary of priest, doctor of theology, poet and art collector of tragic destiny Ričardas Mikutavičius. On the display – pictures from the robbed collection which, unfortunately, cost him life. >>>

2015/ 01/ 22

"Her Room" – exhibition by Aldona Keturakienė

Each exhibition by the artist provides surprising conceptual solutions. >>>

2014/ 11/ 15

Exhibition "As the centenary had passed..."

Artworks by sculptor Natalija Luščinaitė-Krinickienė (1903–1998) and painter Ramazanas Krinickas (1904–1983). >>>

2014/ 10/ 01

From Fiords to the Alpine Peaks: European Landscapes from Mykolas Žilinskas (1904–1992) Collection

Visitors will see the most impressive and engaging European landscape paintings collected by an emigrant to West Berlin M. Žilinskas. This is only a small group of paintings from the large collection donated to Lithuania. >>>

2013/ 07/ 04

Families of Intellectuals in the First Republic of Lithuania (1918–1940)

The focus on the family of intellectuals is first of all due to the virtue of them being the forerunners in all spheres of life. >>>

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