Opening – June 3, 6 p.m.
The exhibited works are created during the last decade.
„The main object of artist’s work is a village person, who engages in simple and poetic everyday activities, who reveals as sublime, festive and sacred being. Multilayered junction of images in a novel way intertwine literal and artistic resolution, folksy simplicity, expression, subtle taste, and deeply hidden idea.
The plastic language of pictures is intuitive – this manner is openly sympathizes with a naive art. However, it imperceptibly surrenders to consciously controlled process of creativity, and also absorbs historical artistic experience“.
1950 – born in the village Lekėčiai, Lithuania
1974 – graduated from State Institute of Art; student of J. Švažas and A. Petrulis
Since 1976, arranged more than 50 personal exhibitions in Lithuania, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Belarus, United Kingdom, Latvia. Since 1982 participated in more than 60 group exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad.
Paintings by J. Daniliauskas are exposed at the State Art Museum of Lithuania (Vilnius), the M. K. Čiurlionis Art Museum (Kaunas, Lithuania), the State Art Museum of Georgia (Tbilisi), the State Art Museum of Latvia (Riga), the Bureau of the Art Exhibition in Warsaw (Poland), the National Museum of Poznan (Poland), the Museum of Modern Art in Cologne, Germany (the collection of Dr. P. Ludvig), the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow, Russia).