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Gefährliche Unschärfe Russland, die Ukraine und der Krieg im Donbass

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Summary (en)

Problemos ir idėjos

Alfonsas Vaišvila
Dviguba pilietybė: laisvas asmens pasirinkimas ar valstybės malonė?
Double citizenship: Free choice of a person or favour of the state
Arūnas Spraunius
Intelektualų saulėlydis
The twilight of intellectuals
Juliet Schor, Almantas Samalavičius
Konsumerizmu paremtos kultūros sutemos
Su Juliet Schor kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
Twilight of culture based on consumerism
A conversation with well-known economist Juliet Schor
Harry Francis Mallgrave, Almantas Samalavičius
Nuo konceptualaus žaidimo iki doro amato
Su architektūros teoretiku Harry'u Francis'u Mallgrave'u kalbasi Almantas Samalavičius
From a conceptual game to sincere craft. Renowned architectural theorist Harry Francis Mallgrave replies to questions of Almantas Samalavičius

Rūpesčiai ir lūkesčiai

Vaidas Jauniškis, Nick McDowell, Nycola Smith
Pagarbus atstumas yra geras principas
Su Anglijos menų tarybos atstovais Nicku McDowellu ir Nicola Smyth kalbasi Lietuvos kultūros tarybos narys Vaidas Jauniškis
A deferential distance is a good principle
Vaidas Jauniškis, a member of Lithuanian Council of Culture interviews Nick McDowell and Nycola Smith – members of the British Arts Council

Nuomonės apie nuomones

Redas Diržys
Sąžinės maištininkų zooekshibicionistinės vizijos
Poleminės pastabos apie rasizmo apraiškas
Zooexhibitionistic visions of rebels of conscience
Polemical notes on the issue of racism

Kūryba ir kūrėjai

Kęstutis Šapoka
Trys parodos sostinėje
(Ne)malonu girdėti
"Aido kondicionierius" galerijoje "Vartai", Aido Bareikio ir Billo Sayloro piešiniai galerijoje
(Un)pleasant to hear
An exhibition of Aidas Bareikis in Vartai gallery together with drawings of Bill Saylor in the gallery Artifex
Aleksandra Kašuba
Alternatyvios erdvės užuomina
Aleksandros Kašubienės instaliacija
Hint of alternative space
Instalations of Aleksandra Kašuba "Houses of Space” in Vilnius National Art Gallery
Dovilė Statkevičienė, Rasa Vasinauskaitė
Apie Jono Jurašo spektaklį "Barbora" su Rasa Vasinauskaite kalbasi Dovilė Statkevičienė
Barbora we don't have
Dovilė Statkevičienė is interviewed by theater critic Rasa Vasinauskaitė
Inesa Sinkevičiūtė
Folklorinės tradicijos raiška jaunų autorių kūryboje
Pagal Erikos Drungytės eilėraštį iš rinkinio "Tiksli žiema"
The expression of folkloric tradition in the works of young artists
According to the poem of Erika Drungytė

Savitumo estetika

Rita Repšienė
Dainų ir šokių šventės idealai tikrovės akivaizdoje
Ideals of dance and song festival in reality

Apie knygas

Lina Dumbliauskaitė
Ant savo žlugusios Tėvynės kapo mes spjaudėmės ir šokom…
On the grave of our fallen Motherland we spat and danced
Almantas Samalavičius
Atmintis, paskandinta amnezijos rūke
Memory immersed in a mist of amnesia
Review of a book by Violeta Davoliūtė The making and breaking of Soviet Lithuania
Kęstutis Šapoka
Monikos Krikštopaitytės dailės kritikos rinktinė
Opening. Review of a book by Monika Krikštopaitytė Openings: fragments of Lithuanian art life 2005-2014

Laikai ir žmonės

Markas Petuchauskas
Pasaulio didieji
Litvakų sugrįžimai
The great ones of the world. Returns of Litvaks
Renata Gorczyńska
Pranciškaus ereme
Ereme of Francis

Iš kultūros istorijos

Rima Palijanskaitė
Rožės ir lelijos Martai Raišukytei – Vydūno mūzai ir bendražygei
Roses and lillies for Marta Raišukytė – a muse and co-worker of Vydūnas

Visai nejuokingi skaitiniai

Krescencija Šurkutė
Žiaurios konkliuzijos ir bjaurios konfabuliacijos
Conclusion horrible and ugly confabulation


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