Tag Archives: Artist’s Book Article

Dailininko knygos dilema: Kas ji yra ir kas nėra?

Dailininko knygos dilema: Kas ji yra ir kas nėra? Lietuviškoji dailininko knyga pasaulio kontekste   Kęstutį Vasiliūną kalbina Eglė Petreikienė Papildytas žurnalo „Nemunas“ 2019, No. 4 tekstas Pradžioje patikslinkime žanro pavadinimą. Konceptuali dailininko sukurta knyga, kaip meno objektas, užsienio šalyse vadinama „artist’s book“ (artist arba artists’ book). Lietuvių dailėtyroje ir spaudoje randame įvairių terminų: „autorinė“, „menininko“ […]

Lithuanian Artist‘s Book in the World Context

The Dilemma of an Artist’s Book: What is it and What is it Not? Lithuanian Artist‘s Book in the World Context   Eglė Petreikienė interviews Kęstutis Vasiliūnas Expanded text of the magazine “Nemunas” 2019, No. 4 In the beginning let’s clarify definition of the genre. A conceptual book created by artist as an object of […]

Article about Kestutis Vasiliunas Art Residencies in China 2017

  Agne Biliunaite, the Lithuanian culture attaché in China, wrote and published the article about Kestutis Vasiliunas art residencies in China in the official webpage of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. Info in the “Lietuvos žinios” / “Lithuanian News” Info in the main website of Lithuania – Alfa.lt     © […]

Article by Dr. Wolfgang Türk about Kestutis Vasiliunas Exhibition 2008

Kestutis Vasiliunas in the “Projekts Münsterland pART 4” 14 September – 19 October, 2008 KunstVerein Ahlen, Germany   Kestutis Vasiliúnas ist ein Reisender zwischen den Welten: Seine Fahrten erreichen Städte, Länder und Kontinente, verbinden unterschiedliche Kulturen und machen Gegensätze zwischen politischen und sozialen Systemen erfahrbar. Die entstehenden Bilder dokumentieren – einem begleitenden Reisetagebuch gleich – […]

2nd International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2000

Theme: “Apocalypse”   Time & Location: 2 November – 28 November 2000, Gallery “Arka”, Vilnius, Lithuania; 10 January 10 – 3 February 2001, Gallery 5020, Salzburg, Austria. In the year 2000 the 2nd International Artist‘s Book Triennial Vilnius 2000  took place with 150 artists from 29 countries: if to mention Japan, Korea, Australia, almost all […]