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Uncoverings
In the Rural Market, No.120, Gelatin silver print, 29.1x37.5cm 1975 © Aleksandras Macijauskas

Uncoverings

The Search for Identity in Lithuanian Photography

Algirdas Šeškus » Akvilė Anglickaitė » Violeta Bubelyte » Alfonsas Budvytis » Dovilė Dagienė » Romas Juškelis » Geiste Kinčinaitytė » Vytautas Kumža » Algimantas Kuncius » Vitas Luckus » Aleksandras Macijauskas » Romualdas Pozerskis » Romualdas Rakauskas » Virgilijus Sonta » Vaclovas Straukas » Antanas Sutkus » Remigijus Treigys » Gintautas Trimakas » Rimaldas Viksraitis » & others

Exhibition: – 20 Nov 2021

Sun 19 Sep

MOPS - The Museum of Photography Seoul

14, Wiryeseong-daero, Songpa-gu
138-724 Seoul

+82-2-4181315


www.photomuseum.or.kr

Mon-Fri 10-19, Thu, 10-21, Sat 11-18:30, Sun closed

Uncoverings
She or Is, Digital print, 70x40cm, 2010 © Akvilė Anglickaitė

Uncoverings: The Search for Identity in Lithuanian Photography, commemorating the 30th anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Lithuania and the Republic of Korea, is the first exhibition to introduce Lithuanian art photography in South Korea. The exhibition, which outlines from the beginning of Lithuanian photography to the present, examines how Lithuanian photography has progressed in the course of history and how Lithuanian identity has been expressed in the photographs. The exhibition is chronologically organized into three parts based on historical background:‘Identity as Reality,’ ‘Identity as an Object,’ and ‘Identity as a Concept.’

Uncoverings
Nude, No.8, Gelatin silver print, 22x15.5cm, 1982 © Violeta Bubelytė

Lithuania’s political upheaval and historical context, which influenced not just the arts but the worldview of individuals, are important in understanding this exhibition. The exhibition presents the collections of The Lithuanian National Museum of Art supplemented with the works borrowed from artists. It introduces works from various periods covering from the iconic photographs of the so-called national “gold mine” to the works of young artists. Instead of simply presenting linear flow of Lithuanian photography, the exhibition aims to introduce the past trajectory and current status of Lithuanian photography tridimensionally through the works that have had a pivotal influence on the formation of Lithuanian identity at individual, regional, and national levels.

Uncoverings
Blooming, No.12, Gelatin silver print, 39.2x24.9cm, 1975 © Romualdas Rakauskas