Georgian National Museum and Lithuanian Embassy hold photo exhibition on Vilnius

11.06.19 17:40

The National Museum of Georgia and Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania will hold a photo exhibition titled The Scenes of Vilnius – Van Dyke Brown Prints.


The photos were taken by 55-year-old Lithuanian painter and sculptor Saulius Paukstys.


The artworks will be exhibited at the Tbilisi History Museum starting June 12, 18:00 to June 18.


The images combine historical memory and present-day testimony of photography, - the National Museum of Georgia reports.


The photos, depicting the architecture of the Lithuanian capital show the buildings from the medieval epoch were printed by a unique Van Dyke technology.


The technology includes coating a handmade paper with silver nitrate emulsion and further exposition to ultraviolet light.


Visitors can attend the exhibition opening ceremony for free.





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