Institute of Art Research

Dr. Algė Andriulytė


Art historian                        

Research interests: Lithuanian art history and visual culture from the mid-19th to the mid-20th c., processes of modernization, culture of Vilnius.

b. 1972, Vilnius; lives and works in Vilnius. Since 1998 has been with the VAA Institute of Art Research, since 2008 as a Senior Researcher. 1997 graduated from Vilnius Academy of Arts with MA in art history and theory, 2006 defended her PhD theses in art criticism “Artistic Activity of Ferdynand Ruszczyc in Vilnius: A Dialogue between Tradition and Modernity” (supervisor Dr. Rūta Janonienė).

1990–1991 worked as a book restorer in the Paper Restoration Department of Vilnius University. Since 2008 has been a science secretary and project leader of the peer-reviewed journal “Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis”, 2010–2015 was a Head of the Department of Master and Doctoral studies of VAA.

Since 2005 a member of the Lithuanian Association of Art Historians, since 2016 a Head of the Association.