National Gallery of Art

Lithuanian Art Museum

20th-21st century Lithuanian fine arts

The National Gallery of Art is a modern, multi-functional centre for art and culture.The unique permanent exposition contains 20th–21st century Lithuanian painting, sculpture, graphic art, photography, objects, installations and video art. A thematically and chronologically displayed exposition presents early 20th century multinational Vilnius art (“At the crossroads of eras”), the Kaunas Art School that formed Lithuanian art traditions (“Teachers and students”), expressive modernism inspired works from the inter-war period (“New Art”), neoclassical aesthetic art (“The Great Tradition”), the most expressive socialist realism works (“Art and Ideology”), art from the second half of the 20th century that continued modernist traditions (“Important form”), avantgarde art – or “young people’s art” from the 1970s and 1980s (“Between a myth and reality”), abstract and photorealism works (“Limits of reality”) as well as contemporary 20th–21st century art (“Open works”). The temporary exhibition halls and other gallery spaces feature 20th–21st century Lithuanian and foreign art exhibitions.
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