Posts tagged as Lithuanian art

Short stories of Lithuanian art. Antanas Sutkus

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

LRT and MO Museum bring you a series of videos presenting 20 key Lithuanian artists of the 20th century. Antanas Sutkus (born 1939) The photographer Antanas Sutkus stands out for his ability to build a special emotional connection with his subjects. His photography conveys subtle psychological states and everyday moments. For Sutkus, the key is to show the humanity of his models. Along with Romualdas Rakauskas, Aleksandras Macijauskas and other…

Short stories of Lithuanian art. Kostas Dereškevičius

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

LRT and MO Museum bring you a series of videos presenting 20 key Lithuanian artists of the 20th century. Kostas Dereškevičius (born 1937) Kostas Dereškevičius entered the art scene in the 1970s. With fellow artists Algimantas Kuras, Arvydas Šaltenis and Algimantas Švėgžda he formed an informal group ‘4’. The four shunned lofty subjects, drawing inspiration instead from everyday bleakness of Soviet life. Dereškevičius stood out from the group with his…

Short stories of Lithuanian art. Antanas Gudaitis – video

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

LRT and MO Museum bring you a series of video presenting 20 key Lithuanian artists of the twentieth century. Antanas Gudaitis (1904–1989) Antanas Gudaitis combines Lithuanian pre-war modernism with transformations in art ushered in by the “thaw” era in the USSR. Before the war, he studied in Paris and observed the latest experimentation in modern art. Back in Lithuania, he formed a group with fellow artists called Ars. Such groupings…