Scenography

 

Vygantas Paukštė

Born in 1957.
Graduated from Vilnius State Art Institute (now Academy of Fine Arts) in 1982.
Member of the Lithuanian Artists’ Association since 1988.
Member of “Group 24”.

Works Owned by:
Lithuanian Art Museum. Vilnius, Lithuania
National Art Gallery. Vilnius, Lithuania
M.K.Čiurlionis Art Museum. Kaunas, Lithuania
Modern Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, the Netherlands
SBK Kunstuitleen. Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Heden (Artoteek den Hag). The Hague, the Netherlands
The NOG collection, SNS REAAL Fond, the Netherlands
Wetering Galerie. Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Zimmerli Art Museum. New Brunswick, USA
Private collectors in Lithuania and abroad

Works can be viwed at:
http://mmcentras.lt
http://www.lagalerija.lt
http://www.galeries.nl
Book „Vygantas Paukštė“.  In the series “Contemporary Lithuanian Artists”.  Artists’ Union Press artseria. Vilnius, 2012

Awards and grants:
1988 Diploma of the Young Artists Visual Arts Exhibition of the Baltic Countries.
1996/97; 2000/01; 2006/07 National Grant 
2009 The Golden Badge Award (Badge No 26) of the Lithuanian Artists’ Union

Major solo exhibitions:
1989 – Art Exhibition Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
1993 – Arkos Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
1995, 1998, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 – Lietuvos Aido Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
1997, 1999, 2007, 2009 – Wetering Gallery, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
1997 – Giedrė Bartelt Gallery, Berlin, Germany
2002 – A.Mončio namai-muziejus, Palanga, Lithuania
2006 – Lithuanian Centre, Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania, Warsaw, Poland
2006 – Lithuanian Home, Sejny, Poland
2006 – Janinos Monkutės-Marks Museum-Gallery, Kėdainiai, Lithuania
2007 – Laiptų Gallery, Šiauliai, Lithuania
2007 – Vilnius Townhall, Vilnius, Lithuania
2007 – Gallery “Kairė-Dešinė”, Vilnius, Lithuania
2008 – The State Small Theatre of Vilnius, Lithuania
2009 – Lithuanian Artists’ Union Exhibition Hall, Vilnius, Lithuania
2010 – Piano.LT Concert Hall, Vilnius, Lithuania
2011 – ARTVILNIUS’11, LITEXPO Exhibition and Congress Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
2015 – Gallery “Aidas”, Vilnius, Lithuania

Major group exhibitions:
1985 – Jaunystė 85. Young Artists from the Baltic Countries. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1985, 1987, 1988 – Lithuanian Fine Art. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1987 – 7th painting Triennial of the Baltic Countries “Vilnius 87”. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1988 – Jaunystė 88. Young Artists from the Baltic Countries. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1989 – Folk Art in Modern Time. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1990 – Day and Night Painting. Art Exhibition Palace, Vilnius, Lithuania
1990, 1991, 1996  – Group 24. Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
1990 – F15 Gallery, Moss, Norway
1991 – My Time is Like a Pilot. Den Frie Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
1992 – Baltiske Billeder. Herning and Holtergard, Denmark
1994 – Group 24. Paris and Tour, France
1996 – Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
1996 – Own Time. Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
1997 – Lithuanian Painters. Kunst Palast in Dusseldorf, Germany
1999 – Group 24 – 10 Years Anniversary. Lietuvos Aido Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
1999 – Lithuanian Art 1998-1999. Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
1999 – Group 24. Potsdam Municipality, Germany
2000 – The Baltic Art. New York, Washington, Los Angeles and Chicago, USA
2000 – Group 24. The Grosvenor House, London, UK
2001 – NATO Frontiers. Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
2001 – Nordic and Baltic Painting Biennial. Exhibition Centre and Vilunda Gallery, Väsby, Sweden
2003 – Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, Germany
2003 – Inspired Explosions. Didrichsen Art Museum, Helsinki, Finland
2007 – Bitės meno erdvės. Klaipėda, Lithuania
2009 – Abstraction and Expressionism. Lithuanian Artists’ Union Exhibition Hall and Arka Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
2009 – Radar. Painting at Vilnius Arts Academy. Warsaw and Lodz, Poland
2009 – Lithuanian Art of the 20th Century. Lithuanian National Art Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
2011 – Lithuanian Artists’ Union Collection. Jurbarkas, Šiauliai, Vilnius, Lithuania; Zagreb, Croatia; Warsaw, Poland
2012 – Lithuanian Artists’ Union Collection. Rokiškis, Lithuania; Riga, Latvia; Pfaffenhofen, Germany;  Andorrra;  Salzburg, Austria; Rzeszowe, Poland.
2012 – Paroda 6.0. Gallery “Kairė-Dešinė”, Vilnius, Lithuania
2012 – Lithuanian Painting. LT00 TAPYBA. Contemporary Arts Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
2013 – Contexts of Painting. XVth international Vilnius painting triennial. Contemporary Arts Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania