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After a long forced holiday we reopened our office. In reality, we never have been closed, as it was no reason for that. We don’t believe in the fake news and “information” from the World Health Organization, as it has nothing with health…But, with the support of EU…, we reopened our Bokartas’ Airlines for returning… Continue reading Test Gallery

Artist‘s Book Triennial & the Patterson Library, Westfield, New York

In 2019 with the “8th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2018” I visited the United States of America. It was the first time when Artist’s Book Triennial moved in America. In the beginning, in August-September artist’s book exhibition was exhibited in the “Evanston Art Center“, IL. Later the exhibition was moved to Reed Library of the… Continue reading Artist‘s Book Triennial & the Patterson Library, Westfield, New York

Library in America

“The Patterson Library was a gift given to the residents of Westfield by Hannah Whiting Patterson as a memorial to her late parents, George Washington Patterson and Hannah Dickey Patterson. G.W. Patterson came to Westfield in 1841 to serve as the land agent for the Chautauqua Land Company. He held many public offices including that… Continue reading Library in America

the Patterson Library

The Reed Library of the State University was designed in 1968 by internationally renowned architect – Ieoh Ming Pei. Even now, after so much time the building of the University looks very modern and beautiful. It was a great honor to exhibit the “8th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2018” in such a wonderful space.

History of Artist’s Book Exhibitions

History of Artist’s Book   In 17th of August 1993 the First International Artist‘s Book Exhibition “Book” was opened in Lithuania, in the Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius. The curator was Kestutis Vasiliunas. In 1993 we began to organise the Artist’s Book Exhibitions and we have made more than 40 International Artist’s Book Exhibitions in Lithuania,… Continue reading History of Artist’s Book Exhibitions