Andrius Erminas works at “Fresh Paint” art fair, Israel
This year, the international exhibition “Change, Permutation, Transformation” features Lithuanian sculptor Andrius Erminas and his work “Mutations”.
“Mutations” are multi-layered compositions, which unravel the topics of symbol permutation and paradox. By combining seemingly unrelated household objects, found items, construction materials, natural elements, Erminas creates a “mutation” in his works, during which objects permute not only externally but their semantic level also changes.
“Fresh Paint” contemporary art fair is Israel’s largest, most influential annual art event. The fair is held each year and attracts over 30,000 visitors. The fair brings together leading Israeli galleries, collaborates with all the Israeli museums, and enjoys the support of leading international art institutions. The fair provides a point of view on current state of affairs in local art and design scenes through international art shows, selected projects by galleries and art institutions, the up-coming independent artist’s greenhouse and presentations of video art and finest product designers.
The project was implemented in collaboration with Lithuanian Culture Institute and Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to the State of Israel.