Viktorija DANILIAUSKAITĖ

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Born in 1951, Yakutsk, Russia.
Studies in Vilnius Academy of Arts in 1968 –1974.
Participation in exhibitions from 1977.
Since 1983, a member of Lithuanian Artists' Association.
Range of interests: prints, miniatures, exlibris, book art, drawing.


ADDRESS:
Architektų g. 25 - 62
2043 Vilnius
LITHUANIA

Phone: 370 2 441 313

 

PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS

Lithuanian Artists Association Salon. Vilnius, 1981, 1983.
Lithuanian Artists Palace. Vilnius ,1988.
Gallery Siverts, Bergen, (Norway), 1989.
Art Exhibition Palace, Klaipėda. 1991, 1995.
Lithuanian Museum of Art, Lemont, Il., (USA), 1992, 1996.
Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius, 1992.
Medals Gallery. Vilnius, 1992.
Gallery "Lietuvos Aidas", Vilnius, 1994.
Gallery "Auksakaliai". Vilnius, 1994.
Bookplates. Lithuanian Library of Medicine. Vilnius, 1995.
Exhibition of drawings. 630th anniversary of Giedraičiai. Vilnius University, the Palace of Culture in Molėtai, 1996.

The First Internet Exhibition of Selected Works, 1997

 

MAIN GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Lithuanian fine art exhibitions, Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius, 1978, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987.
Exhibition "Vilnius University – 400", Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius, 1979.
Lithuanian print exhibitions, Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1994.
Lithuanian drawing exhibitions, Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius, 1981, 1987.
Lithuanian drawing exhibitions, V. Žilinskis Exhibition Gallery. Kaunas, 1985.
Lithuanian drawing exhibitions, Art Exhibition Palace. Klaipėda, 1991, 1994.
Exhibition, dedicated to V. Mačernis, Žemaičių Kalvarija, 1991.
Exhibition of print studio, Art gallery. Panevėžys, 1994.
Graphic triennials. Tallinn (Estonia), 1983, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1995.
International mini graphic triennials. Riga (Latvia), 1983, 1987, 1990, 1993.
International book art triennials, Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius, 1987, 1994, 1996.
International miniature exhibitions. Lodz (Poland), 1987, 1989, 1991.
International graphic triennial, Krakow (Poland), 1991.
International exhibition "Art of Today", Budapest, (Hungary), 1987.
Baltic States graphic triennial. Stockholm (Sweden), 1992.
The 2nd annual miniature exhibition, "Juniper" gallery. Napa, California (USA), 1991.
International exhibitions of miniatures, gallery Del Bello. Toronto (Canada), 1987, 1989, 1992, 1994.
Exhibition of young artists. Helsinki (Finland), 1988.
Iceland, 1983. Italy, 1984, 1989. Germany, 1985. Norway, 1988. Poland, 1988. Australia, 1992.
Premio internazionale Biella per l'incisione, Italy,. 1990.
The 20th international biennial of graphic art, Tivoli castle. Ljubljana (Slovenia), 1993.
International mini graphic exhibitions, Charmahieres (France), 1992, 1994.
Exlibris. Sapporo (Japan), 1992.
The 1st International print biennial. Maastricht (Holland), 1993.
Baltic State graphic biennial. Falu (Finland), 1993.
Contemporary Lithuanian graphic, gallery Himmelreich. Magdeburg (Germany), 1994.
International exlibris exhibition-competition. Lago Maggiore (Italy), 1994.
International exlibris exhibition-competition "Lithuanian Medicine", Lithuanian Library of Medicine. Vilnius, 1994.
The 1st International mini graphic symposium and exhibition "White, black and colour", gallery "Arka". Vilnius, 1994.
The 2nd International mini graphic exhibition. Belgrade (Yugoslavia), 1995.
Mini graphic triennial, Tokyo (Japan), 1995.
Lithuanian exlibrisists. Pavia (Italy),1995.
International exlibris exhibition, dedicated to Enzo Pellai, Lithuanian Library of Medicine. Vilnius, 1995.
Exhibition "1995: Lithuanian fine arts", Contemporary Art Center. Vilnius. 1995.
International mini graphic triennial, gallery "Arka". Vilnius, 1996.
Exhibition of autoportrait, gallery "Lietuvos Aidas". Vilnius, 1996.
Exhibition "Face". Klaipėda, 1996.
International Bookplate Competition "Lietuviškai knygai - 450", gallery "Akademija". Vilnius, 1997.

 

BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS

Strielkūnas Jonas. Rinktinė (Selected poetry). Vilnius, 1986.
Tremties archyvas (Archives of Exile: The Library of magazine "Metai", No. 1, 2, 3, 5, 6). Vilnius, 1990–1992.
Kryžius Šiaurėje (The cross in the North). Vilnius, 1992.
Mačernis Vytautas. Sielos paveikslas (The soul canvas). Vilnius, 1993.
Strielkūnas Jonas. Trečias brolis (The third brother). Vilnius, 1993.
Kalanavičius Antanas. Ne akmenys guli (Not stones on the field). Vilnius, 1994.

 

AWARDS

Diploma in graphic art triennial. Tallinn (Estonia), 1983.
Diploma in mini graphic triennial. Riga (Latvia), 1987.
Prize from the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture. Vilnius, 1989.
Diploma in XXVI Baltic State book art competition. Vilnius, 1994.
First prize in the International Bookplate Competition "Lietuviškai knygai – 450". Vilnius, 1997.

 

WORKS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED BY THE FOLLOWING MUSEUMS

The Lithuanian Art Museum. Vilnius.
M. K. Čiurlionis Art Museum. Kaunas.
M. K. Čiurlionis Art Gallery. Chicago (USA).
Lithuanian Museum of Art. Lemont, Il. (USA).

The First Internet Exhibition of Selected Works


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