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We visited this gallery after a morning in the Museum of Occupation and were amazed and uplifted by the quality and range of art here as well as the wonderful spacious building which overlooks the city. We made our way to the restaurant at first...More
Temporary exhibitions usually cover not only art but history of the city or country or region. The main exposition of Lithuanian art from 19 till 20century as well is interesting to see and get to know the circumstances under which artists here had to live....More
This museum has a collection of more than 46 000 works ranging from paintings and sculptures to video installations. The entrance fee is only 2 euros.
On our visit, there were two changing exhibitions: Stories of Things (Lithuanian Design 1918-2018) and Lithuania London 1968.
This gallery is dedicated exclusively to modern art of Lithuania. It has several parts reflecting well both history of Lithuanian art and history of the country. There is part of the pre-war time (WWII) with the battle between classical realism and modernism with good measure...More
Go across the Neris River to visit this gem. The structure itself is a work of art full of artists you're never known but who will dazzle you. The building itself is a bit confusing to navigate but just ask for advice from the various...More
The old town heaves with tourists whereas we had the galleries here to ourselves, apart from one or two people occasionally. It's only a short walk away and the building and collection are impressive. As 'pensioners' we got entry for 1€ and the excellent audio...More
A modern building just outside the old town across the river. What I liked particularly were two things. Firstly the thematic arrangement of the rooms. This was very imaginative in that the development of art in Lithuania could be seen from the influences of the...More