Virginija Januškevičiūtė

Contemporary Art Centre

Virginija Januškevičiūtė is a curator at the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) in
Vilnius, the largest space for contemporary art in the Baltics. The CAC runs a wide ranging programme of exhibition and events, publishes, and used to produce a television programme on a commercial TV channel between 2004 and 2007. She is also one of the founding editors of "The Baltic Notebooks of Anthony Blunt".

Her recent exhibitions include "The Nineties" – an attempt to point at some neglected aspects of current Lithuanian culture, mainly through the perspective of the history of technology and postcolonialism, set alongside a 20-page complaint by the philosopher Arūnas Sverdiolas first published around 2005; "Proteus" – a project which focused on the possibility of metamorphoses of works of art, curated with the philosopher Kristupas Sabolius; "Comrades of Fear and Wonder" – a solo exhibition by the Italian artist Alex Cecchetti; "Intermission" – a one-day-only exhibition which explored the possible roles of artist as a public speaker.
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