Category Archives: Neoconceptual Art

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Ivan Karp: “So original, I’ve never seen art work like this before”

Portrait of Ivan Karp by Andy Warhol Ivan Karp (1926-2012) is a legend in contemporary art. He was the first art critic for the Village Voice. For ten years he worked as associate director of […]

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Origin of Originality

I have always considered originality to be a very important in creating art. Since launching my art career in 1976, I worked to be original and distinctive in my artistic undertakings. Originality has also played […]

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Cycles of Memory: Donelaitis

Donelaitis (from the Whirling Memories series) 8 x 4 feet in size, rotating at 3 rpm. On display at the University of Chicago’s Institute on the Formation of Knowledge, 5737 S. University Ave., Chicago, as […]

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Hittite and Lithuanian ancient history at the Turkish Consulate and Jonas Basanavicius

Mantvydas Bekesius, Consul General of Lithuania, myself, and Umut Acar, Consul General of Turkey, next to Veil during the opening of the art exhibit Cosmic Consciousness at the Turkish consulate in downtown Chicago. I donated […]

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Columns of Dreams during the Beverly Art Walk

The series of light sculptures, Columns of Dreams, was on display at Trinity United Methodist Church, 9848 S. Winchester, Chicago, during the Studio Tour and the Beverly Art Walk which took place in September. I […]

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VoyageChicago and Summer Solstice

A week ago, a very nice article about my art work appeared in VoyageChicago, a weekly arts and culture magazine. Here is the link: http://voyagechicago.com/interview/check-audrius-plioplyss-artwork/ In the photograph, Sigita, my dear wife, and I are […]

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The voice of the voice is as a first-generation God in a set of insets

Libyan Sybil First must be conciliation. But these are battles, and they are fought alone. First, the strong ones, then the weak, then the confused. The same passion from each group. The voice of the […]

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Columns of Thought at the University of Chicago

Columns of Thought were installed at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel from April through May, 2018. These columns are free-stanidng, independent structures, paralleling our own human existence. The images consist neuronal profiles intertwined with my own MRI […]

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Columns of Thought at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, University of Chicago

Detail from Dreamscape: Beckett’s Godot, as the colored lights change. Ten of my light sculptures from the series Columns of Thought, will be displayed at the University of Chicago’s Rockefeller Memorial Chapel. The exhibit will […]

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Beverly Art Walk: paintings and columns

Columns of Thought on display at the Beverly Art Center The annual Beverly Art Walk took place on October 7, 2017. A total of five of my art works were showcased: three light sculptures and […]

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