“(NON) PHOTOGRAPHICAL FIELD. 1988–1995” AT KKKC EXHIBITION HALL

On the 18th November 2016, Friday, 6 p.m. at KKKC exhibition hall (Didžioji Vandens g. 2, Klaipėda) the opening of exhibition “(Non) photographical field. 1988-1995” prepared by Vitas Luckus photography centre, that will shed a new insight on the photographic phenomena that occurred outside the Lithuanian photographer’s union.


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„KITI 7“ PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT - AT KCCC EXHIBITION HALL

On Friday, November 18, at 6 p.m., at KCCC Exhibition Hall (Didžioji Vandens st. 2, Klaipėda) Klaipėda department of Lithuanian Photographers Union will present an ongoing photography project KITI 7 and „Photobook show“ photography self-publishing books collection from the Great Britain. 


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Rokas Pralgauskas. Personal photography exhibition "The Suitcase"

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Personal photography exhibition "The Suitcase" of artist Rokas Pralgauskas runs from November 18 till December 11, 2016 at Klaipeda photography gallery (KCCC, Exhibition Hall). Opening on 6 p.m. 18th November 2016 (Friday).

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FUTURE

„THE INFINITE PAINTING“: AN INFINITE PAINTING OF LEO RAY

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Painting exhibition “The infinite painting“ from Leo Ray (Israel) opens on the 16th of December, 2016 at 5 p.m. at KKKC exhibition hall (Didžioji Vandens g. 2, Klaipėda). 


The exhibition “The infinite painting” of Israeli’s artist, originating from Lithuania, Leo Ray, is composed of joined canvases of different sizes and proportions, which contained scenes that seemingly had little in common. What drove the artist to start this project was the desire to abandon the format of a rectangular painting and an inner need to create large works. “I always wanted to paint large paintings. Large areas of color have this bewildering emotional force”, - L. Ray argumented his choice. However, large format canvases wouldn’t fit in the artist’s studio, so he found another way – painting canvas after canvas like a diary. According to L. Ray, “just like one writes a diary – page after page. Not like memoirs, but a diary, because you don’t know what tomorrow will bring. It will be a potentially infinte work, like a diary - with its natural ending, natural pauses and without any initially planned structure or plot”.

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