Tine Bek / Untitled Baby Blue

Gallery apiece at Palanga resort
apiece / Tine Bek / Untitled Baby Blue

For the summer period, single artwork gallery apiece is moving from Vilnius to Palanga Summer Reading Room (part of Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania). From July to September it will be hosting three exhibitions of contemporary visual art which will be available to viewers 24/7.
The last exhibition, which is opening on August 18, features work Untitled Baby Blue by artist Tine Bek. With an interest in identity, roles and expectations, Bek’s work investigates the rhythm and sometimes absurdity of our society by looking at the architecture, interiors and objects we choose to surround ourselves with. 
Untitled baby Blue is a part of a project titled Comfort Sculptures. Project portray the materiality and awkwardness of foam, and its many possibilities. According to the artist, within the project, I look at sculpture as something temporary rather than fixed. There is a certain playfulness involved in the production of the works and by testing out the shapes and forms that can be created using materials which normally have a very different and more “useful” function.

Tine Bek is a Copenhagen based artist working within the realm of photography, film and installation. She studied photography at Glasgow School of Art and has taking part in both group and solo exhibitions in South America, Scandinavia, and in the US. 

apiece is a gallery exhibiting a single artwork of contemporary visual art or a design object at a time. The format of exhibitions encourages the audience to take closer interest in the author of the artwork/object or in contemporary art on the whole.

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Exhibition from 18 August until 6 September 2020 
Project partner: Martynas Mažvydas National Library of Lithuania