This book opens up a new field of discussion at the crossroads between contemporary art and critical tourism.
Synagogues constitute a substantial part of Lithuania’s sacred built heritage.
This book is about the power of photography and the network it formed in everyday life and art of Lithuania in 1969–1989.
The year 1961 saw the establishment of the Design department, then called the Department of Artistic Construction of Industrial Products, at the Vilnius Academy of Art. Marking this occasion, one of the 2011 issues of Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis is dedicated to texts on design, which span both Lithuanian and international contexts.
This DVD presents topographic maps of inter-war Lithuania
(1:25 000, 1:100 000, 1: 400 000) prepared by Lithuanian military topographers
Synagogues constitute a substantial part of Lithuania’s sacred built heritage. Until World War II there were about one thousand Jewish prayer houses in cities and towns of Lithuania, while today only about one hundred buildings are extant, many of them abandoned and in varied degree of preservation.
A collection of articles in which scholars of the Baltic States look into the tendencies that informed their nations cinema during the last two decades.
This volume of Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis presents papers focusing on social, historical, ideological and inter-personal contexts of art
The renowned calligrapher demonstrates the learning process in images rather than in words.
This book discusses boredom as an aesthetic category that helps to explain a tendency in late 20th c. art to focus on everyday things, avoid definite meaning or create ‘nothing’.