Liutauras Psibilskis projects include the Lituanian Pavilion at Venice Biennale 2005 with Jonas Mekas (Venice, Italy), projects for Performa Biannual 09, 11 and the Emily Harvey Foundation (all in New York). Most recently he has curated The World According to Fluxus, an extensive Fluxus exhibition at the Lituanian National Art Gallery in Vilnius.

Psibilskis has contributed reviews and features to international art journals including Kunstbulletin, Artforum, Flash Art, Siksi and Nu. He has acted as Scandinavian Correspondent for Artforum and Associate Editor of Siksi.

Liutauras Psibilskis holds an MA in Visual Cultures from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is a resident at the ISCP studio residency program, New York.

Selected Previous Collaborations

Artists:

Rita Ackerman, David Adamo, Michel Auder, Fia Backström, Felicia Ballos, Tobias Bernstrup, Johanna Billing, Candice Breitz, Olaf Breuning, Peter Coffin, Phil Collins, Jen DeNike, Christoph Draeger, Sylvie Fleury, Amy Granat, Molly Gochman, Vlatka Horvat, Matt Keegan, Milan Knizak, Andrew Lampert, Gabriel Lester, Katarina Löfström, Los Super Elegantes, Maripol, Jonas Mekas, John Menik, Aernout Mik, Raz Mesinai, Deimantas Narkevicius, Lisa Oppenheim, Michael Portnoy, Michael David Quattlebaum Jr. (Mykki Blanco), Arturas Raila, Michael Rakowitz, Marina Rosenfeld, Lola Schnabel, Alexandre Sigh, Annika Ström, Agathe Snow, Apolonija Sustersic, Mai Ueda, Ultra Violet, Francesco Vezzoli, Marianne Vitale, Roger Welsh, Flora Wiegmann, Vita Zaman

Institutions:

BAK, Utrecht (the Netherlands); Baltic Art Center, Visby (Sweden); Bozar, Brussels (Belgium), Contemporary Art Center, Vilnius (Lithuania); Emily Harvey Foundation, New York; Göteborgs konsthall, Gothenburg (Sweden); IASPIS, Stockholm (Sweden); IBID Projects, London; Kiasma, Helsinki (Finland); Kleines Helmhaus, Zurich (Switzerland); Kunsthalle Zurich; Kunsthaus Zurich; Lithuanian Art Museum, Vilnius; Living Art Museum, Reykjavik (Iceland); Lower Manhatan Cultural Council, New York; Manifesta Foundation, Amsterdam (The Netherlands); Miami Beach Cinematheque, Miami Beach; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Monash Museum of Modern Art and Australian Center for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (Australia); Nordic Art Centre, Helsinki; Performa, New York; Roomade, Brussels; Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York; Tate Modern, London; Venice Biennale, Venice (Italy)

Art Journals:

Artforum International, New York; Flash Art International, Milan; SIKSI, the Nordic Art Review, Helsinki; NU: the Nordic Art Review, Stockholm; Kunst-Bulletin, Zurich