Liutauras Psibilskis is a New York-based independent exhibition curator and writer. He studied Art History and Theory at the Vilnius Art Academy holds an MA in Visual Culture from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He has contributed reviews and features to international art journals such as Artforum, Kunst-Bulletin and Siksi, and has curated exhibitions in museums and other art institutions around the world, including Moderna Museet in Stockholm; BAK in Utrecht, the Netherlands; Helmhaus in Zurich, CAC in Vilnius, and Zamek Ujazdowski in Warsaw. At the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005 he curated a Jonas Mekas retrospective for the Lithuanian Pavilion, which was awarded with the jury’s Special Mention.
Liutauras Psibilskis’ recent projects include presentations for Performa. Roulette, a project for Performa 09 at the Emily Harvey Foundation, featured a series of specially produced performances by Amy Granat, Jonas Mekas, Michel Auder, Mai Ueda and others. For Performa 11 Psibilskis curated The Ginger Island Project, a series of events and exhibitions at the downtown night club Red Egg, the Emily Harvey Foundation and Storefront for Art and Architecture. It reflected on George Maciunas’s attempt to create an artist colony in the British Virgin Islands, and included work by George Maciunas, Milan Knizak, Jonas Mekas, Amy Granat, Lisa Oppenheim, Michael David Quattlebaum Jr, Marina Rosenfeld and Raz Mesinai.