A piece of KAUNAS PHOTO festival is traveling to Open House Vilnius

In 2017, KAUNAS PHOTO festival explored the theme of water and organised a group exhibition “Beach Season”. The three-part exhibition surprised the visitors with spectacular and large-format works and their presentation forms, as well as unexpected twists and turns of the beach scenes. Beach loungers were made especially for the showwith the works of the featured artists, and the closing of the exhibition culminated with a performance “The Closing of the Beach Season” by the AURA Dance Theatre with performers dancing at the exhibition among the loungers.

This Sunday, July 4th, a part of the festival KAUNAS PHOTO—beach loungers with works by Massimo Vitali (Italy), Tadao Cern (Lithuania), Berta Tilmantaitė (Lithuania), Kirill Golovchenko (Ukraine-Germany), Marton Kallai (Hungary), Emily Wabitsch (Germany)—is travelling together with the performance of AURA Dance Theatre to the Open House Vilnius!






KAUNAS PHOTO festival and AURA – 09-03 Beach season closing event

On 3rd of September, Sunday, KAUNAS PHOTO festival and Kaunas Dance Theatre AURA waved goodbye to the summer during the closing of Beach season exhibition. The event took place at Mykolas Žilinskas Art Gallery, at the National M. K. Čiurlionis Art Museum.

The closing of “Beach season” exhibition with Kaunas Dance Theatre Aura

4pm Closing event of goup exhibition “Beach season” including performance of Aura Dance Theatre. M. Žilinskas Art Gallery, M. K. Čiurlionis National Museum of Art  (Nepriklausomybės sq. 12). Massimo Vitali (Italy) beach landscapes, Kirill Golovchenko (Ukraine/Germany) “Out of the Blue”, Tadas Černiauskas (Lithuania) “Comfort Zone”, Turi Calafato (Italy) “A Day at the Beach. Summer in Sicily”, Céline Diais (France) “See the Sea”, Marton Kallai (Hungary) “Solotvyno – A Dream about Salt”, Krzysztof Racoñ (Poland) “Zakrzowek”, Berta Tilmantaitė (Lithuania) “Surfing India”, Emily Wabitsch (Germany- Bangladesh) “From Cox’s with Love”, Jashim Salam (Bangladesh) “Life beyond the Ship Graveyard” and François Marmion (France- UK) “Bloody Holiday”.