MO Sculpture Garden
MO Sculpture Garden, with terraces uniting public spaces, creates a diverse and inviting environment. The ensemble promotes the idea of meaningful leisure and gathers an active society of art lovers to meet and interact.
The garden features an array of art selected to showcase the most vibrant works by Lithuanian sculptural avant-garde artists. The artists featured here include Mindaugas Navakas, one of the first in Lithuania to explore environmental art; the tireless innovator Petras Mazūras, who continues to develop conceptual sculpture; and Vladas Urbanavičius, best known for Krantinės arka (Embankment Arch, 2009) – dubbed “The Pipe” by his fellow citizens of Vilnius. The garden has also incorporated Ksenija Jaroševaitė‘s unconventionally beautiful little figurative sculptures. Recently MO Sculpture Garden was supplimented by Donatas Jankauskas–Duonis “Victor or Victoria” and by Vincas Kisarauskas Fragment of the Tombstone Monument to the Liobis Family.
Together with easy access to public transport and rentable city bicycles, these solutions seek to create a comfortable environment for museum-goers of all ages.
We have prepared a special e-guide about MO Sculpture Garden. You will find an interview with the architect of MO Museum Daniel Libeskind and information about all the sculptures.
MO Sculpture Garden is open 24/7.