The first exhibition in Italy involves Lithuanian artists Arnas Anskaitis, Ignas Krunglevičius, Andrej Polukord, Ieva Rojūtė.
The history and geographic location of Lithuania make it significant both for the question of identity and for that of the borders and relations within the continent. Since the Republic of Lithuania, like the other Baltic countries, has built itself in a dual movement of independence and annexation, between Europe – where is been a member since 2004 – and Russia. 2018 also marks the centenary of the nation’s independence, which took place in February 1918 and being established as a Republic the following year.
With the support of the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture , the Lithuanian Council for Culture, and in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Center of Vilnius (CAC), the artists show their works in Florence, at the Murate. Progetti Arte Contemporanea. 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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