Presentation of the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art at the art fair ArtVilnius’23 The 1st Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art (VB23), dedicated to the 700th anniversary of Vilnius and taking place throughout the year, concludes its programme at the contemporary art fair ArtVilnius’23, between October 13–15 at LITEXPO. Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art... Continue reading
Performance by world-renowned artists Liam Gillick and Anton Vidokle premieres at the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art On Sunday 23 July the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art opened in celebration of the 700th anniversary of Vilniuss. Among the highlights of the Biennial was the premiere of A Guided Light Part 2, a performance by internationally acclaimed artists... Continue reading
Artists working together on a performance for the opening of the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art: “It is important for us to maintain self-reflection and a sense of humor” Interviewed by Rosana Lukauskaitė. This Sunday, 23 July, the program of the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art dedicated to the 700th anniversary of Vilnius begins in Vilnius. The Biennial will open with the performance Song Sing Soil by Eglė Budvytytė... Continue reading
Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art is about to start: world class performances in unexpected locations that are open to all This Sunday marks the start of the first Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art in celebration of the 700th anniversary of Vilnius. From 23 July to 6 August, the Biennial’s events will take place in various, often unexpected, and little-known spaces... Continue reading
Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art presents its inaugural programme “Say it again: someone has built this city in a desert. A saline sea sways over it, like some sister, in the warm currents coming from the more marginal seas that feed it. Weightlessness and weighted politics. If making visible... Continue reading
Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art launches with artist Emilija Škarnulytė immersing the audience in an ocean of sound, music and light On 23 January, a lively crowd filled the National Opera and Ballet Theatre to witness artist Emilija Škarnulytė performance which launched the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art. Her work Aphotia and the 1st Biennial of Performance Art are a gift... Continue reading
Artist Emilija Škarnulytė: ‘Every pixel is like clay that can be used to create space' (Interview) By Rosana LukauskaitėMain photo by Benoit Muñoz The first Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art starts with Aphotia; a new piece by the internationally acclaimed Lithuanian artist Emilija Škarnulytė, which will be performed on 23 January at 7pm at the Lithuanian National... Continue reading
Vilnius is about to witness the 1st Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art: starting with a special one-off performance by Emilija Škarnulytė On the occasion of the 700th anniversary of Vilnius, residents and guests of the capital are offered a special gift—the first iteration of the international Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art:, which will take place in various public spaces across the... Continue reading
Official Vilnius 700 event: the 1st Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art starts with a new work by Emilija Škarnulytė Celebrating the exact day of Vilnius’s 700th anniversary, the 1st Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art presents the opening event of the festival—a new work by artist Emilija Škarnulytė, Aphotia, which will take place on 23 January at 7 pm at... Continue reading
Artists from all over the world selected to participate in the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art through an open call On the occasion of the upcoming 700th anniversary of Vilnius, a new tradition is about to emerge in the cultural sphere of Lithuania’s capital city – the Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art. Launching in 2023, it will become a regular event... Continue reading
First Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art Announces an Open Call The Vilnius Biennial of Performance Art announces an international open call for artists to participate in the 2023 event. The first and only performance art festival in Vilnius will take place in the capital’s public and semi-public spaces. The Biennial... Continue reading