Jurgis Mačiūnas

Jurgis Mačiūnas (George Maciunas, 08 11 1931–09 05 1978), a co-founder of the famous “Fluxus“ movement was a Lithuanian-born (in Kaunas) artist who lived and worked in New York. If you ever are in Vilnius, you should visit the Contemporary Art Centre (Šiuolaikinio meno centras) where there is a permanent exposition of the Fluxus Cabinet. Walking down Gediminas street, the main street of Vilnius, you may find a unique Ministry of Fluxus. Opened in April 2010, the venue provides performance space for almost 200 artists of different genres.

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