Open Call for Exhibitions and Projects at “Atletika” for 2024

Gallery “Atletika” is open to exhibition and project proposals from artists and curators for 2024 and beyond. Please email your ideas with examples of work and your portfolio in a single pdf file by 10 August 2023 to


Walking is still honest*: about being and moving together

Save the dates – October 5-7th is going to be a meeting point in Vilnius for artists and researchers working with walking. The 3 days symposium “Walking is still honest*: about being and moving together” at Sodas 2123 will host diverse practices on walking and being together. Performative artists and researchers talks will be accompanied by embodied walks and workshops.


“Tag the author win the artwork” competition

LIAA together with Vilnius Gallery Weekend organise a “Tag the author win the artwork” competition and invites art gallery visitors to take part in a game the prize of which is a work of art.
Gallery visitors are invited to tag artists in their Instagram posts – in the photos of artworks for a chance to win one of three prizes – artworks.
The competition runs from 07/09/2023 to 15/10/2023.



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The crunching leaves underfoot and the darkening evenings tentatively invite us to bid farewell to September in flight. And to prevent the melancholy of autumn from clouding our mood, we open SODAS 2123 to wide inspirations, experiences and discoveries.

29 September. OPEN SODAS will focus on architecture.


Mind Readers. Guided Tours with Curator Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė

Throughout the months of September – October, Atletika gallery invites everyone to guided tours with Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė, the curator of the current exhibition Mind Readers at Atletika gallery. The tours will take place on 15 September, 6 pm. (in Lithuanian), 29 September, 6 pm. (in English), 12 October, 6 pm. (in Lithuanian). Artists presented at the exhibition are Anton Karyuk, George Finlay Ramsay, Ieva Rižė, Jogintas Čepulis, Marija Šnipaitė and Sophie Durand, exhibition architecture by Algirdas Jakas.




Group exhibition “Mind Readers” at the Atletika gallery

On 8 September 2023, a group exhibition “Mind Readers” opens at the Atletika Gallery, featuring LIAA members Anton Karyuk, Ieva Rižė, Marija Šnipaitė and artists George Finlay Ramsay, Jogintas Čepulis, Sophie Durand. The show is curated by LIAA member Aistė Marija Stankevičiūtė, the architect of the exhibition – LIAA member Algirdas Jakas. The opening of the exhibition will feature a reading by George Finlay Ramsay, introducing his new film “Nursted, from the sleep side”.


VGW program: Denisas Kolomyckis’ performance “The Phantom”

It is a mixture of fluid movements, angular gestures and contrasting dynamics, conveying the push and pull of reality and illusion. This performative action, which enlivens the relationship between contemporary dance and the object through minimalist principles, explores the relationship between society, illusion and reality. “The Phantom” aims to question social norms and encourage the audience to question the constructs that shape our perception of reality – the phantoms – through the prism of movement and visual art.


VGW program: Speculative guided boat tour “You should learn to look at the empty shore” on the Neris River with Tata Frenkel.

Speculative guided boat tour “You should learn to look at the empty shore” on the Neris River with Tata Frenkel.

Start of the tour location: Embankment of King Mindaugas Bridge

The tour guide’s embellished words, the meanders of rivers cut by heavy traffic and the marks of time landed down on the patterns of our city. Perhaps the origins of the history of every big city lie in its rivers. Do they protect, provide or hinder? How does it feel to be a riverbank that is daily trampled by indifferent passers-by? Registration: here


VGW program: Guided tours of art spaces

Guided tours give a brief overview of Vilnius galleries and their exhibitions. During the tours, you will get to know the authors, curators and activities of the galleries. The number of participants is limited (20 people) and pre-registration is required: here

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