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Linas Liandzbergis Farewell to the Homeland, 2015

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    Painting : acrylic

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    43.3 x 66.9 inch

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    Painting on canvas on stretcher

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    Hand-signed by artist

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Origin: Lithuania
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Linas Liandzbergis

Lithuania Born in: 1965

One of the most known Lithuanian artists Linas Liandzbergis (b. 1965), invites viewers into a troubling parallel world, which is full of weird harmony. Artist is known for his audio/visual installations, performances, video works, and painting style, leaning towards abstract expressionism, post-abstraction, and pop-art accents. His artworks are full of conceptual ideas, well thought philosophical irony and the interconnection of the different times and worlds.

Artworks presented at Bougie Art Gallery are mostly coming from his surrealistic landscape series, which are disturbed by abstract insertions, which the artist calls “stickers." This series' landscape seems to be calm and full of poetic mood, painted in a highly precise manner. 

The “sticker" part is the opposite - it shouts loudly and wildly with pop-art style, vivid colours and looks like a glitch in the matrix - it seems like a mistake or an irregularity, something that is not supposed to happen in this place. This way artist is showing our contemporary world, which not always can be understood fully and asks more questions than gives specific answers. 

Everything becomes a gray area - where the world seems to be stable, based on science and facts, but this foundation is becoming intervened with questionable ideas and dogmas.

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