Baltic Triennial 13
For the first time in its history, the Baltic Triennial will take place in the three Baltic countries: Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia, from May to November 2018. Each of the three exhibitions will be different and together with a catalogue and project website form the Triennial. The Baltic Triennial 13 is titled GIVE UP THE GHOST. More than 50 artists from over 20 countries will participate in the Triennial.
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Baltic Triennial 13 at the Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius:, 11 May–12 August, 2018, exhibition opening: 11 May, 2018
Baltic Triennial 13 at the Tallinn Art Hall (Kunstihoone): 29 June–2 September, 2018, exhibition opening: 29 June, 2018
Baltic Triennial 13 at Kim? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga:, 21 September–18 November, 2018, exhibition opening: 21 September, 2018
Baltic Triennial (formerly known as Baltic Triennial of International Art) is one of the major contemporary festival exhibitions in Northern Europe. The exhibition was founded as The Baltic Triennial of Young Contemporary Art in Lithuania in 1979 while the country was under the occupation of the Soviet Union. Despite the totalitarian regime’s particular expectations invested in youth, the generation of young artists expressed a critical non-conformist spirit. After the restoration of independent Lithuania in 1990, the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC) became its organiser and host, and the Triennial’s international aspect gradually expanded.