Logo
Cookies - We need your consent

We use cookies and other technologies to ensure that our sites are reliable and secure and that we can monitor their performance. To make this work, we collect information about our users and how they use our services and on which devices.
If you accept cookies, you agree to this and allow us to pass on this data to third parties, such as our marketing partners. This may include processing your data in the USA. If you do not agree to this, we will limit ourselves to the essential cookies.
If you accept our choice, necessary and functional cookies are allowed. These enable this website to provide certain functions and to store information entered by the user - for example, names already registered or language selection. This ensures improved and personalised functions.
For further details and all options, please see "Configuration". You can also change them later at any time. You can find more information in our privacy policy.

Individual cookie settings
Cookie settings

Here you can allow or exclude tracking and analysis tools on our website.

The data collected through these services is used to ensure the technical performance of the website.

Name Domain Validity Description
cookieconsent vimuseo.com 365 Days Set to hide the cookie banner after confirmation to use cookies.
PHPSESSID vimuseo.com 30 Days This session cookie is used to recognize/identify the user.
f37103a536f1e41ef1173f2fd7972d18 vimuseo.com 7 Days Randomised presentation of which museums were informed in order to avoid a virtual tour

We use this data to provide additional features and to prevent bugs.

Name Domain Validity Description
showiemsg vimuseo.com 365 Days A note, exclusively for users of Internet Explorer do not show again
VIRT_RUND_RUN_TIME vimuseo.com 365 Days The default playback time of an image in the slideshow.
ShopHinweisPopup vimuseo.com 10 Days Saves the status whether the notification window in the shop (vacation of the shop operator) should no longer be displayed
selectedLand vimuseo.com 30 Days Saves the last selection of the country in the search

We use this data to improve the performance of our websites and services.

Name Domain Validity Description
_gat_gtag_ vimuseo.com 60 Seconds Certain data is only sent to Google Analytics once per minute at most. The cookie has a lifetime of one minute. As long as it is set, certain data transfers are blocked.
_gid vimuseo.com 24 Hours Your domain (1st Party) Contains a randomly generated User ID. This ID enables Google Analytics to recognise returning users on this website and to merge data from previous visits.
_ga vimuseo.com 2 Years Contains a randomly generated User ID. This ID enables Google Analytics to recognise returning users on this website and to merge data from previous visits.
_pk_ses. vimuseo.com 30 Minutes This cookie stores a unique session ID.
_pk_id. vimuseo.com 13 Month Matomo: used to store a few details about the user such as the unique visitor ID
_pk_cvar. vimuseo.com 30 Minutes Matomo: short lived cookies used to temporarily store data for the visit

For example, we use information about your previous purchases and your interactions with the Site to select content that is relevant to you. We may share this information and a customer identifier, such as device data, with third parties such as Facebook and Google. This allows us to show you relevant advertising on the websites and apps of third parties. We may also link this data across devices and process data about the advertisements shown (for example, whether you clicked on an ad and then purchased something). This helps us to measure the efficiency of our ads and simplifies our advertising billing.

Name Domain Validity Description
UI .tradedoubler.com 12 Month Used to register which ads are displayed to the user
BT .tradedoubler.com 12 Month Behavioural targeting is a feature that makes it possible to target ads to users with a specific browsing behaviour or interest. To support this, users are profiled when visiting Tradedoubler publisher sites. A user profile consists of about 20 weighted categories and is stored in a cookie
PI .tradedoubler.com 12 Month Used to register which ads are displayed to the user.
Page is loading …

Ladebalken
EN

Home page

 Lithuania > Kaunas > Kaunas Paveikslu Galerija 
It's so easy to present your museumAccording to the so-called "What you see is what you get" principle, the editing area mirrors your page on ViMuseo exactly.
So you can edit the information about your museum easily, quickly and without further PC knowledge.
If you have any questions, simply send us an email:

The ViMuseo logo on your museum page

Link your museum website to our site and make sure that your museum is better found by the search engines.

click here

Kaunas Paveikslu Galerija (Kaunas Picture Gallery)

Frage stellen ask
merken gemerkt note
Museum Teilen share
Profile picture
Infofeld Profilbild einfügen oder ändern

Upload a representative picture of your museum here.

Kaunas Paveikslu Galerija, Kaunas

CDM

Museum pictures
Infofeld Museumsbilder einfügen oder bearbeiten

Here you can upload pictures of your museum (six pictures max).

The Museum read more

The gallery was opened in 1979. Today, Lithuanian and international exhibitions, Modern Lithuanian art and Lithuanian Exile art is displayed in this gallery, as well as the community platform “Backup stories”. Kaunas picture gallery invites the visitors to George Maciunas (Jurgis Mačiūnas) Fluxus room. It features works by J. Mačiūnas, Jonas Mekas, Joseph Beuys, Miek (Chiek) Shiomi, Ben Vautier, George Brecht and other members of the Fluxus movement - non-traditional books, examples of postal art, prints, objects, and even more. There are works of Lithuanian authors, dedicated to this movement. The visitors can also get acquainted with Ay-O installation “Black Hole” and Takako Saito installations “Mano mano Theatre” and “You + Me Shop“.

Visit our museum online:
[[museum_desktop:VirtuellerRundgangSlider == InfoIconAltTag]]
[[museum_desktop:VirtuellerRundgangSlider == AudioIconAltTag]]
[[museum_desktop:VirtuellerRundgangSlider == settingsIconAltTag]]
[[museum_desktop:VirtuellerRundgangSlider == closeIconAltTag]]
Focal points

No data available

Contact
Opening hours

II, III, V 10.00–17.00; IV 10.00–19.00; VI, VII 12.00–17.00

Visitors are allowed at least 30 min before closing time.

We are closed on 1st of January, on Easter Holidays, on 1st of May, on Mothers Day (the first Sunday of May), on Father’s Day (the first Sunday of June), on 24th of June, on 15th of August, on 1st of November, on 24–26 of December.

Prices

Prices
5 EUR – Single ticket
10 EUR – Family ticket (2 adults + 2 school children).
8 EUR – Family ticket (1 adult + 2 school children).
8.00 EUR – ticket for two museums. The ticket is valid for one month.
15.00 EUR – ticket for Memorial museums + Devil’s Museum (4 museums). The ticket is valid for 3 months.

50% DISCOUNT APPLIES TO:
students, school children, visitors with an international student identity card (ISIC); pensioners;
for individuals with 30 to 55 percent level of working capacity.

FREE ADMISION
Children under seven;
persons with determined 25% and lower level of working capacity, or a level of special needs and accompanying persons (one person per person);
members of the International Committee of Museums (ICOM);
Last Sunday of the month.

Guided Tours

Guided tour – 15,00 EUR

Other

No data available

*       Mandatory details

Archive

"Natural Women"

"Natural Women"

15. May 2020 - 06. September 2020

"Natural Women" is a collection of sophisticated portraits by young & aspiring photographer Dainius Š?iuka. Inspired by photographer Peter Lindberg, It is a journey of authentic femininity, paving a way to a different perception of female beauty, void of stereotypes & prejudices. This exhibition is a tribute to WOMEN – real, active, courageous women with stories to tell and immense self-confidence. It took Dainius 9 months to arrange this exhibition and it was first opened in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Mass media relentlessly contaminates the public opinion on what the perfect woman is like. A slim waist, perfect hair, plump lips, perfect skin – no matter what it takes. These purely physical features are exalted, masquerading as the most important core values. The phenomena of narcissism in the era of social media, selfies & Kim Kardashian is more prevalent than ever. Photoshop & the cosmetics industry have equalized and cloned the image of the perfect woman, it has become easily recognizable, predictable and boring. According to various surveys, only 2% of women worldwide actually feel beautiful, while young girls strive to fit the conventional “perfect woman” standard set in society. Representing one’s self as a perfect, emotionless porcelain doll has seemingly become the norm. Is femininity really nothing more than Vanity Fair?
The "Natural Women" exhibition is a series of thematically sensitive, visually impressive and genuine portraits which feature unique, interesting Lithuanian women who do outstanding work in a wide array of fields.
Classic black & white portraits allow us to distance ourselves from the desensitized modern understanding of beauty. On the contrary, they emphasize the importance of individuality, character and authentic appearance.
Dainius Š?iuka (b. 1991) was born and raised in Kaunas. In 2014 he graduated the University of Portsmouth, UK, photography studies. While living here, D. Š?iuka released his first creative album "Taste the Street", and presented the series in several spaces for artists. After returning to Lithuania, the photographer continued to develop social themes, which can be seen in many artist's series. D. Š?iuka has presented his creative work in ten personal exhibitions, his works have been evaluated by various awards in Lithuania. Currently, the artist is interested in the anthropology, typology and the creative continuation of the Lithuanian School of Photography.

more
Stanislovas Glinskis’ exhibition  My Way

Stanislovas Glinskis’ exhibition My Way

11. March 2020 - 26. April 2020

The exhibition presents the development of Stanislovas Glinskis’ work, distinguishing the most important periods of the artists’ work, classifying it according to thematic and genre aspects.

The creative path of Stanislovas Glinskis began in the 1960s. The beginning marks the search for more creative genre, form and style. During this period of creative work S.Glinskis’ individual character is formed: dark colors, minimalistic expression, and deformation of the visual object. Part of the works of the author of this period is presented in the exhibition. S. Glinskis’ work on the one hand represents a certain alternative of the painting style formed during the Soviet period, on the other hand it is an individual painting of the author, to whom he has been loyal for almost five decades. The author focuses on highlighting and coding the detail. The painter’s works focus on aesthetics and form, sign and symbolism, symbolic language of certain details.

 In the period of 1969–1991, the artist’s works evoke favorite images of a clown and an old man. The genres of still life and landscape, which focus on form and color to create the dynamics of the composition, are also emerging during this period. The author’s priority becomes the creation of a common symbolic image rather than a detailed urban or natural landscape. Characteristic portraits emphasize the motif of loneliness, which is reflected in most of the author’s works that do not avoid the bold pictorial deformities. It is in portraits that the author focuses on the coding and deformation of the detail.

In the later period of his creative work, S. Glinskis not only continues his creative themes, but also experiments. Abstraction, game, form and color return to his work. The author moves away from realistic portrayal, therefore his still-lifes and landscapes increasingly focus on form, rhythm and color.

What does Stanislovas Glinski’s works tell the art lover of today? The exhibition reveals the artist’s difficult path in the Soviet era, trying to avoid imposing stereotypes, ignoring mandatory themes and fashions. By choosing an outsider posture, an orientation to the classical modernist tradition of Western Art, Glinsky remains loyal to himself to this day.

The painter Stanislovas Glinskis lives and creates in Kaišiadorys. The creative work of the painter was presented abroad: in Denmark, Netherlands, Canada, Germany, and the USA. The artist’s works are also stored in private collections. UPCOMING EVENTS ALL EVENTS

more

Have you been to the museum and want to rate it?

Assign stars
No reviews yet for this museum

Do you have a question or important information about the museum?

No questions asked about this museum yet.



The information is incorrect or the museum is closed in the meantime?

Simply click on "Report museum" and we will check it.



* Mandatory details


© Copyright 2020 - Copyright Notice

All contents of this site, in particular texts, photographs and graphics, are protected by copyright. Unless expressly stated otherwise, the copyright belongs with the respective museum.

Select list


It's so easy to put together a list (or several) of your favorite museums:

  • Click on a list already created by you - the museum is saved
  • If you don't have a list yet, create a new one and then click on the name of the new list - and done!
  • As soon as a museum is saved on the list, the name of the list appears in red
  • One click and the museum is deleted from the list

Public lists:

Create new list


Private list

Create new list

If you enjoyed that, why don't you donate something to the museum?

Please use the subject line below also in your bank transfer. Especially the ID is important so that we can assign it accordingly and forward your donation correctly.

If you need a donation receipt:
For donations of up to 200 Euro the bank statement or the deposit receipt is sufficient as proof of donation.
From an amount of 200 euros, Volksbank Allgäu-Oberschwaben issues a donation receipt as proof of donation.
In this receipt, you must also state your address in the reason for payment.
Thank you!

Subject

ID: ,

Account holder

SaveOurMuseums Museumsfreund

IBAN

DE81650910400114142017

BIC

GENODES1LEU

Increase your visitor numbers and turnover – link your site optimally with ViMuseo

You have created an online visit, opened a shop or present your exhibition on ViMuseo?
Then show it to visitors on your website and link them to ViMuseo.
This way you will generate more traffic on your ViMuseo pages and also use the visitors of other museums on ViMuseo for your museum!
You are welcome to use the provided links and images for social media or your print media.

In the following we have compiled all information for the technical implementation.
If you have any questions please call us at +49 (0)8331 690 99 41 or send us an email.

Museum site

URL URL is loaded

Insert menu item

  1. Copy the URL: URL is loaded
  2. Log in to your CMS system and add an external menu item to your website with the copied URL.

Linked banner – copy HTML code

  1. Copy the code:
    <a target="_blank" href="URL is loaded"> <img src="https://vimuseo.com/images/banner/Unsere-Detailseite-bei-VM_en.png"> </a>
  2. Insert it in the place on your website where you want the banner with link to be placed.
  3. Note: If you are using a CMS, you must switch to HTML mode in the editor to insert the code.

Linked banner – download and insert directly

  1. Download image.
    Save the image to a location on your computer where you can easily find it again.
  2. Log in to your CMS system and open the desired location in edit mode.
  3. You can now upload and insert the image directly on your website and link to it there: URL is loaded
ViMuseo Banner

Shop

URL URL is loaded

Insert menu item

  1. Copy the URL: URL is loaded
  2. Log in to your CMS system and add an external menu item to your website with the copied URL.

Linked banner – copy HTML code

  1. Copy the code:
    <a target="_blank" href="URL is loaded"> <img src="https://vimuseo.com/images/banner/Unser-Shop-bei-VM_en.png"> </a>
  2. Insert it in the place on your website where you want the banner with link to be placed.
  3. Note: If you are using a CMS, you must switch to HTML mode in the editor to insert the code.

Linked banner – download and insert directly

  1. Download image.
    Save the image to a location on your computer where you can easily find it again.
  2. Log in to your CMS system and open the desired location in edit mode.
  3. You can now upload and insert the image directly on your website and link to it there: URL is loaded
ViMuseo Logo

Online Visits

URL URL is loaded

Insert menu item

  1. Copy the URL: URL is loaded
  2. Log in to your CMS system and add an external menu item to your website with the copied URL.

Linked banner – copy HTML code

  1. Copy the code:
    <a target="_blank" href="URL is loaded> <img src="https://vimuseo.com/images/banner/Unsere-Onlinebesuch-bei-VM_en.png"> </a>
  2. Insert it in the place on your website where you want the banner with link to be placed.
  3. Note: If you are using a CMS, you must switch to HTML mode in the editor to insert the code.

Linked banner – download and insert directly

  1. Download image.
    Save the image to a location on your computer where you can easily find it again.
  2. Log in to your CMS system and open the desired location in edit mode.
  3. You can now upload and insert the image directly on your website and link to it there: URL is loaded
ViMuseo Logo

Exhibitions

URL URL is loaded

Insert menu item

  1. Copy the URL: URL is loaded
  2. Log in to your CMS system and add an external menu item to your website with the copied URL.

Linked banner – copy HTML code

  1. Copy the code:
    <a target="_blank" href="URL is loaded"> <img src="https://vimuseo.com/images/banner/Unsere-Ausstellungen-bei-VM_en.png"> </a>
  2. Insert it in the place on your website where you want the banner with link to be placed.
  3. Note: If you are using a CMS, you must switch to HTML mode in the editor to insert the code.

Linked banner – download and insert directly

  1. Download image.
    Save the image to a location on your computer where you can easily find it again.
  2. Log in to your CMS system and open the desired location in edit mode.
  3. You can now upload and insert the image directly on your website and link to it there: URL is loaded
ViMuseo Banner

Insert the ViMuseo logo with link on your website

Variant 1: Copy HTML Code

  • Copy the HTML code below
  • Insert it in the place on your website where you would like the ViMuseo logo to be placed.
  • If you are using a CMS, you must switch to HTML mode in the editor to be able to insert the code.
<a target="_blank" href="https://vimuseo.com"> <img src="https://vimuseo.com/images/vimuseo-logo-en.jpg" style="border:none; width:250px; height:86px; padding:0; margin:0px;"> </a>

Variant 2: Download logo and insert directly

  • Click with the right mouse button on the logo below and select "Save graphic as".
  • Log in to your CMS system and open the desired place in edit mode.
  • You can now upload and paste the image directly to your website and link it there to: https://vimuseo.com
ViMuseo Logo Download image

Deutsch
English
Español
Français
Italiano