On December 2nd video art screening of the project Obscene West. In Honey happened in collaboration with the video art platform D’EST, initiated by curator Ulrike Gerhardt. Good news for those who missed out on our Obscene West screening event. Until January 1st you can view the works shown in our programme on the D’EST platform (website). The curator of the video programme – Tanya Bogacheva.

Kaunas Artists’ House celebrates its 50th anniversary on November 29. On the occasion of the anniversary, we invite you to the Šokiai ir šakočiai (The Dance and Tree Cakes) party.

This autumn, Kaunas Artists’ House invites you to look back on the 1990s – a period of social, political and cultural changes in Lithuania and the world – and presents a project and a series of events called “Obscene West. In Honey”, dedicated to female artists who were actively creating at that time. On November 16, 6 p.m. (EET) / 5 p.m. (CET) the series will continue with an online discussion that will review “Gender Check”, one of the most significant exhibitions in the world of European art in recent decades, presenting artists from the former Soviet Bloc countries to the audience of Vienna and Europe in general.

Following its pilot in 2020, CCA and KAH are preparing the second of their ongoing series of Reciprocal Residency Programme DeMo (Decoding Modernity).


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