We are pleased to announce that Žilvinas Kempinas exhibition "Light and Gravity" is opened at Islamic Arts Festival!
The annual Islamic Arts Festival began in 1998 under the supervision and organisation of the Directorate of Art in the Department of Culture and Information, with the intention of exhibiting various kinds of traditional and contemporary Islamic arts.
Over its consecutive editions, the Festival was able to display different vibrant styles of Islamic Art through a selection of art projects illustrating the authenticity of Islamic Art and its ability to keep up with current artistic changes.
The Festival is one of the most renowned Islamic Art events in the region, and its events include local and international exhibitions, intellectual programmes, and interactive activities.
In its current session, the Islamic Arts Festival adopts the theme of “Gradate” as a reference concept and a guide to formulating creative works. This key word is almost indispensable to everything that occurs in our external and internal worlds alike. Nothing is completed without a gradual process of creation, nor is there a complete state without the complementarity and interweaving of the many elements that form its basic structure; the complete is gradually achieved through the growth of its various components.
From 15, December 2021 till 23, January 2022
More information about exhibition find HERE.