Europos Parkas, Open-Air Museum of the Centre of Europe, was founded in 1991 by Lithuanian sculptor Gintaras Karosas. The site is a creative landscape of nature and works of art, and its location on the outskirts of Vilnius is considered as bearing a symbolic meaning for Lithuania, demonstrating the country’s opening for European art and culture after the restoration of the Independence.
Europos Parkas spans an area of 55 hectares and displays over 100 works by artists from 33 countries. The collection includes large-scale artworks by world-famous artists such as Magdalena Abakanowicz, Dennis Oppenheim, Sol LeWitt, and Beverly Pepper. Acknowledged by Guinness World Records, the world’s largest sculpture of TV sets created by Karosas is also on exhibit.
Benbow Bullock's painted steel, "Upper Quadrant" is part of the permanent collection.
Open daily from 10am till dusk. Admission is charged.
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