This exhibition is within the frame of the project 2017 China - Central and Eastern European National Cultural Season designed by Lithuanian Art Museum displaying the Lithuanian art development since the 20th century and revealing its modernization, internationalization and the relationship with the traditional and national characteristics. By selecting the special perspective of the "landscape", it is to show the Chinese audience a vast context of representation and reflection of Lithuanian Modern and Contemporary Art. "Landscape" is regarded as a symbol of culture and existentialism, which embodies the characteristics and ties between people and regions.
The exhibition will display 69 works, which is divided into four parts: “The Painter’s Eye”, “Open Structures”, “Deromantization” and “Mapping the Landscape”. These selected works are the most representative fine artworks in Lithuanian contemporary art, including painting, sculpture, photography, objects, devices and installation, video art and so on. These works come from the collection of the Lithuanian Art Museum, the collection of the Lewben Art Foundation, other private collections and the artists' workshops.