YAC Print Workshop, Tianjin, China 21 September – 16 October 2017 I arrived in Tianjin Printmaking Workshop from Dunhuang, where was the opening of the exhibition and conference. It’s about 2000 km by airplane. It was early morning and the sun only started to illuminate the mountains, and the fog slowly disappearing from the […]
Author Archives: Kestutis Vasiliunas
21 September – 16 October 2017 Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts in China Tianjin Printmaking Workshop – the First Print
In Guanlan International Print Workshop artists lives in Artist’s Village near Half-Moon Pond. Especially beautiful at night. For creating the next print I have found another paradoxical topic with the title – “Zheng He VS Columbus”… So we should look on facts. Zheng He (1371–1433) was a Hui Chinese mariner, explorer, diplomat, fleet admiral, and […]
Gobi Desert From Guanlan Printmaking Base I had to travel to Dunhuang, for the opening of the Printmaking Exhibition “Belt & Road” and for the conference. It’s about 3500 km by airplain. Fantastic landscape! Kestutis Vasiliunas © Artist’s Book Creators Community
I am invited in Guanlan International Print Workshop for two weeks, and during this short time I have to create two prints. Prints have to be printed in edition 5o. As I am invited for the international printmaking artists exchange program and the exhibition “The Belt & Road”, I have to create prints based on China culture. For […]
1–18 September 2017 Artist in Residency in China 2017 The First Week in Printmaking Workshop in Guanlan The Second Week in Printmaking Workshop in Guanlan Artist’s Book in China Printmaking Museum in Guanlan .
1 September – 18 September 2017 I am invited in the International Print Workshop – Guanlan Original Printmaking Base in China. Here I have to create few woodblock prints for the international printmaking artists exchange program and the exhibition “The Belt & Road”. Even I have been here with my wife Roberta in 2011, it is […]
Tea Book No. 8 – “Sonata per Gaza” 2017, artist’s book-object, unique, tea bags, digital printed text, letterpress, metal fastener, 15 x 19 x 9 cm; wooden box 20 x 20 x 6 cm The artist’s book “Sonata per Gaza” (“Sonata for Gaza”) created in collaboration with the Italian poet Guido Cupani for the artist’s […]
Kestutis Vasiliunas – Solo Exhibition “Rain in the Park” Time: 7 December 2016 – 21 January 2017 Location: Sacred Art Center, Anyksciai, Lithuania Curator: Edita Pivoriuniene . . .
“Sleeping” 2016 Edition 1, canvas, coloured woodcut, wooden stamps, letterpress, embroidery, 120 x 360 cm Print was created in the Art Residency in Lapland, in Sweden. Print was exhibited in the Solo Exhibition “Memento Mori” in the Gallery “Titanikas”, in Vilnius. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . […]
Conceptual Book & Artist’s Booook Time: 14-15 February 2017 Location: University of the Arts Helsinki / Academy of Fine Arts The Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki invited Prof. Kestutis Vasiliunas from the Vilnius Academy of Arts to give the lectures in the frame of the “Conceptual Book Course”. During the lectures were […]
Time: 7 December 2016 – 21 January 2017 Location: Sacred Art Center, Anyksciai, Lithuania Curator: Edita Pivoriuniene In the Exhibition “Rain in the Park” I have showed 7 big size prints – coloured woodcuts printed on canvas. Near each print was exhibited the postcard with the art of some artists, or fragment of art, or […]
Time: 5-29 January 2017 Location: Gallery “Titanikas”, Vilnius, Lithuania Remember Death when you are sleeping, because the Angel of Death never sleeps. Remember Death when you are awaking in the morning sun, because you could have stayed in the darkness. Remember Death when you are working, because it might be your last work. Remember Death […]
Time: 7th December 2016 – 21st January 2017 Location: “Sacred Art Center”, Anyksciai, Lithuania . . .
International Print Workshop, Guanlan 20 December 2010 – 15 February 2011 Calligraphy Festival in China Sunday in China Lin Family Reunion during Spring Festival in China One Day in China Guilin in China Journey to Yangshuo, China . . .