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

2017/ 10/ 19

The exhibition cycle "The Names of the Generation of the Break" presents Antanas Obcarskas’ paintings

An inclination for the expressive painterly manner revealed itself already with A. Obcarskas’ initial works which seemed to keep balance between abstract art and figure images. >>>

2017/ 10/ 05

Exhibition "Before Yesterday. Untangle"

The historical collection of industrial and workshop-made glass design is exhibited. This time Vitrum Balticum VII aims at revealing not only contemporary glass tendencies, but also aspires to remind us of the glass art phenomena of the past. >>>

2017/ 09/ 22

Exhibition “Independence Through the Lenses”

Exhibition is dedicated to Finland’s 100 years of independence anniversary. >>

2017/ 09/ 22

The exhibition by Džiugas Palukaitis "From the Beginning to Druskininkai"

The M. K. Čiurlionis memorial museum presents for the second time a retrospective exhibition of works by Džiugas Palukaitis – a great-grandchild of an outstanding artist M. K. Čiurlionis and his wife S. Kymantaitė-Čiurlionienė. >>>

2017/ 09/ 21

The watercolour painting exhibition "Tête-à-Tête with Čiurlionis" by Jūratė Bučmytė and Albertas Krajinskas

Visitors will also have a possibility to see M. K. Čiurlionis’ drawings and sketches. The exhibition is dedicated to the centenary of the Restoration of the State of Lithuania. >>>

2017/ 09/ 16

BIENNIAL EXHIBITIONS AT KAUNAS PICTURE GALLERY

Kaunas biennial exhibitions "Coming or going", "What are monuments made of" and Sophie Calle exhibition. >>>

2017/ 07/ 01

The exhibition of Antanas Martinaitis (1939–1986) creation "Liber magnus"

A. Martinaitis' canvases testify bright mode of colouring and mysterious aesopian language. The creative source of inspiration had disseminated due to the natural imagery, travelling circus characters, and fairy-tale motifs. >>>

2017/ 05/ 25

MARIJA RIMA TŪBELYTĖ-KUHLMANN (1923–2014) "THE WAY HOME"

Marija painted in a naive and simple style, with vivid colors, which always had remembrances of her homeland, Lithuania. >>>

2017/ 05/ 13

"The Great Industry" – the exhibition from the Communities’ Platform cycle "Back up stories"

The exhibits and back up stories line up like the most unexpected fragments snatched from the industrial panorama of Kaunas of the 1960s. >>>

2017/ 03/ 31

New acquisitions 2011–2016

This is the twelfth occasion for the museum to present the most valuable and engaging acquisitions that have entered the museum collections over the past five years. >>>

2016/ 07/ 01

Solitaire of priorities: festivals of the State and the Nation in the First Republic of Lithuania (1918–1940)

The organizers also hope that this exhibition will help the visitor understand that festivals require not only participation but also contribution to their organization in the city or community environment and also when being together with congenial souls

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