Exhibition time: 16 09–16 10 2022
Venue: Meno Parkas (Rotušės sq. 27, LT-44279, Kaunas, Lithuania)
Brigitte March International Contemporary Art. Conceptual Reflections & Site Specific Works
Meno Parkas Gallery together with Brigitte March International Contemporary Art Stuttgart are presenting exhibition: CONCEPTUAL REFLECTIONS & SITE SPECIFIC WORKS.
Curators: Brigitte March and Danielle March
Artists: Myra Brooklyn, Ugo Dossi, Jean Le Gac, Morgan O'Hara, Antoni Muntadas, Patrick Raynaud, Daniel Schörnig, Timm Ulrichs, Lawrence Weiner
The opening of the exhibition will take place on the 16th of September (Friday) at 6pm, Meno Parkas Gallery (Rotušės a. 27, 44279, Kaunas). During the opening on September 16, conceptual American artist Morgan O’Hara will perform her processual 'LiveTransmission-Drawings'.
On the 17th of September (Saturday) from 1 pm till 3 pm at Meno Parkas Gallery, audience will be kindly invited to actively take part in the second performance by Morgan O'Hara – HANDWRITING THE LITHUANIAN CONSTITUTION.
CONCEPTUAL REFLECTIONS — SITE SPECIFIC WORKS proposes sculptures, installations, a video installation, language based works chosen by the curators Brigitte and Danielle March for the needs of the generous Meno Parkas spaces and focusing specifically on key works by pioneering artists in terms of innovative approaches and the art-making process, conceptual and postmodern attitudes.
Brigitte March International Contemporary Art Stuttgart started in 1976. Personalities like Attila Kovacs, Ugo Dossi, Richard Jackson, Vincenzo Agnetti and Lawrence Weiner as well as Yutaka Matsuzawa, Patrick Raynaud and their works opened to the gallery team new approaches to art and the showing of art as well as the avant-garde-researches in “The Expanded Field of Art” (Rosalind Krauss) and the making of art in the 60's and70's, especially in the USA.
Basically the historical and actual approach to conceptual art, minimal tendencies as well as postmodern expressions is the experiment to describe our efforts and activities of the last 45 years.
Partner: Brigitte March I C A
Exhibition is a part of "Kaunas – European Capital for Culture 2022" program