Sharon Ya'ari. Positive Images for Field and Forest
17 Jun 2016 – 04 Sep 2016
National Gallery of Art
NGA is a subdivision of the Lithuanian Art Museum (LAM).
NGA is composed of 10 collection exposition halls, a Grand Exhibition Hall, Auditorium, Information Centre, Museum Education Centre, storages, administration premises, bookshop and café.
The goal of the National Gallery of Art (NGA) is to collect and research Lithuanian art of the 20th and 21st Century and present it to Lithuanian and international audiences as a part of the international modern art culture. Our aim is to study Lithuanian art heritage of this period, broaden the view of our audiences, reveal the links between Lithuanian art and art in other countries, encourage new interpretations of Lithuanian art, and develop a culture of understanding visual arts.
NGA is a contemporaneous, multifunctional centre for art and culture seeking a dialogue with society. This is a space for active communication where the audience can see the permanent exposition and temporary exhibitions as well as participate in cultural events, lectures and educational programmes.