ESTONIAN RIOTER ANDRUS JOONAS AT KKKC EXHIBITION HALL
Creativity exhibition “Mindsurfer, vol.“ and performance “Return of the Yellow Wolfman” of Andrus Joonas (Estonia) shall be presented on the 9th September, Friday, on 6 p.m. at KKKC Exhibition Hall (Didžioji Vandens str. 2, Klaipėda).
A thought of writer and Buddhism meditation teacher Sogyal Rinpoche about the meaning of modern art “Perhaps modern art is largely limited as people do not think about invisible holy origin and purpose of art: to render vision for people of their true nature and their place in the world, so that they shall realise the life value and its endless possibilities again and again” became a creative imperative of interdisciplinary artist Andrus Joonas. According to the creator, it is possible to scrabble around on the internet or in endless mind; human development is not a luxury, it is an inseparable part of each of us. An exhibition is a personal space of artist – both mentally and physically, where he/she can honestly communicate with spectator and be personally responsible for his/her creation.
Three capital Ms of Regimantas Midvikis
On Friday, September 9, at 5 p. m. at the Exhibition Hall of KCCC (Didžioji Vandens st. 2, Klaipėda) memorial exhibition „3M“ of Regimantas Midvikis (1947–2015), sculptor, the winner of Lithuanian National Culture and Art Prize, opens, curator – Aldevina Sturienė.
Last year on June 12, sculptor Regimantas Midvikis finished his last piece of art – sculpture bookplate for E. Hemingway‘s „The Old Man and the Sea“ and passed away. He left his prominent works to us – and created, but not yet erected, living their own lives, sculptures. And among the latter – according to the creator‘s words, his three capital „Ms“: Mindaugas, Mažvydas ir Miltinis.
Roman Pyatkovka. Photography exhibition
Photography exhibition of artist Roman Pyatkovka runs from September 9 till October 9, 2016 at Klaipeda photography gallery (KCCC, Exhibition Hall). Opening on 6 p.m. 9th September 2016 (Friday).