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Kulturos barai 10/2014
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Summary (en)

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Antanas Šileika
Žvilgsnis į Lietuvą iš kontinento, kuriam nepatinka liūdesys
Į Kultūros barų klausimus atsako rašytojas Antanas Šileika
A view to Lithuania from the continent that does not like sadness
Fiction writer Antanas Šileika replies to the questions of Kultūros barai

Problemos ir idėjos

Sajay Samuel, Almantas Samalavičius
Laurynas Adomaitis
Praktikos vieta tarp filosofijos ir išminties
The place of practice between philosophy and wisdom

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Ruslanas Baranovas
Kantiškoji dilema. Haneke's "Meilės" motyvais
Kantian dilemma. On the motifs of Haneke's "Love"

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Stasys Eidrigevičius
Giedanti gaidžio galva
The head of a cock that sings [Poems]
Kęstutis Šapoka
Apie grynuosius ir negrynuosius menus
Zinaidos Vogėlienės paroda "2 viename"
About pure and impure arts
Review of the exbibition of Zinaida Vogėlienė Two in One in Titanikas gallery of Vilnius Arts Academy
Remigijus Venckus
Atmintis ir laikas fotografijos mene
Memory and time in photo art
Kęstutis Šapoka
Tobuli narstiniai. Apie Vaclovo Krutinio skulptūrų parodą
Perfect sculptures. About Vaclovas Krutinis' exhibition
Agnė Biliūnaitė
Minčių palapinės. Naujojo cirko savaitgalis
Tents of thoughts. A weekend of new circus
Herkus Kunčius
Dervišas iš Kauno
Dervish from Kaunas

Praeities dabartis

Andrius Martinkus
Lietuva Rusijos vesternizacijos verpetuose
Lithuania in the whirlwind of Russia's westernization

Istorijos puslapiai

Vladas Sirutavičius
Lenkų autonomijos problema. 1990 m. pavasaris–vasara
The problem of the Polish autonomy. Spring-summer 1990


Tibor Almási
Gerő Daday: "Esu pamišęs tik dėl paties meno"
Gerő Daday: "I am mad only for art."

Laikai ir žmonės

Markas Petuchauskas
Smuikininkas iš Vilniaus pastogės. Litvakų sugrįžimai. 5
Violinist from Vilnius. Returns of Litvaks. 5

Apie knygas

Rasa Bačiulienė
Išsaugojęs negęstančią žiežirbą
Dailininko Emanuelio Katiliaus viltys ir likimas
A man who maintained his spark
Fate and hopes of the artist Emanuelis Katilius
Audronė Girdzijauskaitė
Pirmapradžiai šaltiniai
Primordial sources

Iš kultūros istorijos

Vilmantas Krikštaponis
Praeities šmėklos Paragių dvare
Fantoms of the past in Paragiai Manor house

Iš praeities įvairenybių

Henrikas Puskunigis
Ką mato šachmatininkas, nežiūrėdamas į lentą?
What does a chess player see when he looks at the chess-board?

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Presence of mind


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