Vita Zaman Lithuanian, b. 1976


Vita Zaman is a Lithuanian artist and poet who through mediums of painting, sculpture and performance explores and investigates themes of visibility and disappearance, value and attention capital. She is interested in fictional autobiographies, occult as well eco feminism. For the last 7 years she has been living in the dessert in West Coast and making embroidery paintings.

Vita Zaman studied art and curating in Goldsmiths College (BA Fine Art and Art History and MA Creative Curating) and Royal College of Art (MA Photography) in London and was co-founder of IBID Projects.


Born 1986 in Vilnius, Lithuania

Lives and works between Kaunas and Vilnius, Lithuania


Solo Exhibitions

2022 - “Second Life”, Tema Gallery, Kaunas

2009 - “Shanghai”, Carlyle, New York

2008 - “Spending”, with Michael Portnoy, Artists Space, New York

2007 - “ReMap KM Athens”, with Theodore Fivel, IBID Projects, Kerameikos, Athens

2002  - “Kaunas. Private View”, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius

2002  - “Wolf Hunt”, Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London

2002  - “Ready Made”, Cabinet, London



2019 - “The Sweet Swat Of the Future”, National Art of Gallery, Vilnius

2010 - “Family dinner”, curated by Mai Ueda, Emily Harvey Art Foundation, New York

2009 - “Made in America”, curated by Philip Deely and Kalika Farmer, Great Barrington, MA

2009 - “Urban Stories. X Baltic Triennial of International Art”, Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius

 2008 - “Shadows and Spaces” curated by Liutauras Psibilskis, Lower Manhattan Shipyard, New York

 2002 - “The wolf that never sleeps”, Sexy Machinery, curated by Shumon Basar, London

2002 - “Changing Society: Lithuania”, Frankfurter Kunstverein, curated by Nicolaus Schafhausen, Frankfurt

Art Fairs