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Vitas Luckus. Biography

Sud. M. Matulytė, T. Luckienė-Aldag, designer J. Griškevičius, published the Lithuanian Art Museum, Kaunas Branch of the Lithuanian Photoartists' Union, in 2014.

"I think that, in part, I have succeeded in realising that photography, ignoring its documentary, can be seen as an abstract phenomenon of nature. I would like to exalt a photograph of the press, a passport, a documentary shot, I would not humiliate hepening photography, be it kitsch, be it photography on ceramics, on medallions. Most importantly, it's photography, which I understand as part of a mozarty feeling. All directions and areas are interesting. No matter which choice you choose, it's important how and with what talent you'll touch it with, and the number of hours off work is a whole, but an expression of the incomprehensible sense of dream that lives, so that photography sounds like music."
Samantha L.

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"Vitas Luckus (1943–1987) is the personality of the modern era with the reformist spirit and the part of the prophet. One of the first in the Soviet Union, the artist built a bridge to postmodernism, expanding the aesthetics of the prevailing Lithuanian photography school in its avant-garde expression. Luckaus' works published in the publication are accompanied by the author's notes, letters and documents. The memories of the photographer's relatives, friends and colleagues about his work, hobbies, tragic fate and the insights of the art schoours recreate the portrait of a charismatic personality and reveal a panorama of creation. According to Tatyana Luckienė-Aldag, who preserved the photographer's archive, it was important to place the accumulated information not only in the whole, but to present it so that people would understand Vito's ideas and feel his spirit."
http://www.kopa.lt/tinklarastis/naujienos/naujienu-archyvas/2015/vitas-luckus-biografija-kuryba-pelne-pagrindini-priza

Author

Samantha L.

Compiler

Margarita Matulytė, Tatiana Luckienė-Aldag

Designer/Artist

sreekanth g

Publisher

Lithuanian Art Museum, Kaunas Branch of Lithuanian Photoartists' Union

Year

2014

Language

English

Pages

240

Cover

Cool

Paper

Arctic Paper Munken Pure Rough 120 g/m2

Dimensions

29.6 x 17.4 x 2.8 cm

Isbn

978-609-426-055-1

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