Artist Eglė Vertelkaitė is well known in the Lithuanian art world today as the one constantly improving the means of graphic expression and new techniques, creatively improvising and surprising the audience. For the Literatų Street project in Vilnius, which received public attention in 2009, the artist won the Vilnius City Award - St. Christopher statuette. Eglė Vertelkaitė can be attributed to the generation of Lithuanian women artists who sought visual language innovations: highlighted the significance of contemporary verbal culture in the image and enriched the usual nostalgic and romantic motifs with new combinations of irony, classical and kitsch motifs. The analysis of female experience in their work shows a conscious step towards the reflection of feminism and critical theories of contemporary art.
The author of the text is Skaidra Trilupaitytė, the compilers are Eglė Vertelkaitė and Ramunė Januševičiūtė, the translator is Irena Jomantienė, the project manager is Danutė Zovienė.

Year 2012

Pages 96

 

Series Contemporary Lithuanian Artists. Eglė Vertelkaitė

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