Artists Selected for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial

6th International Artist’s Book Triennial

Theme: Love




Dear artists, we say many thanks to all who sent books for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012, who trusted in us.

The international jury selected artists for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012.

International Jury:

Joseph Johannes Visser, The Netherlands;
Hanne Matthiesen,  Denmark;
Deirdre Kelly, Italy / U.K.;
Kestutis Vasiliunas, Lithuania.


List of selected artists for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012:

Name Surname, Country

Zahra Abduhameed BuAli, Saudi Arabia
Syed Faraz Ali, Pakistan
Mayumi Arakawa, Japan
Lyn Ashby, Australia
Sandra Berg Mozard, Sweden
Silvia Braida, Kathy Shank Frate, Zelda Rocchi, Italy
Frances Maria Breen, Austria
Andra’s Butak, Hungary
Loretta Cappanera, Italy
Antonio Claudio Carvalho, Brazil
Wayne Crothers, Australia
Fabia Livia de Carvalho, Germany
Raphael Decoster, Belgium
Virginija Degeniene, Lithuania
Margarethe Denk, Switzerland
Elisabetta    Diamanti, Italy
Synnove Dickhoff, Finland
Inger Agnete Diemer, Denmark
Tatiana Discenko, Lithuania
Krassimira Drenska, Switzerland
Matas Duda, Lithuania
Vittorio Fava, Italy
Joseph J. Field, U.K.
Mirabel Fitzgerald, Australia
Ghassan Ghaib, Iraq
Roberto Gianinetti, Italy
Ania Gilmore, Annie Zeybekoglu, USA
Brigitte Gmachreich-Jünemann, Germany
Su Grierson, U.K.
Elena Grudzinskaite, Lithuania
Grupo Gralha Azul,Brazil
Laura Guoke, Lithuania
Nancy Hart, USA
Marco Henkenjohann, Maren Rombold, Germany
Candace Hicks, USA
Wuon-Gean Ho, U.K.
Anne-Maree Hunter, Australia
Maja Ingerslev, Denmark
Rasa Januleviciute, Lithuania
Lis Rejnert Jensen, Denmark
Sun Young Kang, USA
Olof Kangas, Finland
Maila Kaos, Estonia
Marlen Karletidou, Cyprus
Garry Kaulitz, USA
Rimvydas Kepezinskas, Lithuania
Lucas Kunz, Germany
Lorraine Kwan, Canada
Mario Lagos, Chile
Marianne Laimer Molin, Sweden
Odine Lang, Germany
Stine Larsen, Denmark
Dalia Lopez Madrona, Sweden
Else Juhl Lundhus, Denmark
Johann Maierhofer, Germany
Hanne Matthiesen, Bridgette Guerzon Mills, Denmark
Tatiana Mesa Pajan, Cuba
Albena Mihaylova, Switzerland
Janis Rudolfs Nedela, Australia
Kristina Norvilaite, Lithuania
Gisela Oberbeck, Germany
Oficina do Livro de Artista, Brazil
Mette Olsen, Denmark
Monica Oppen, Australia
Jaana Päeva, Estonia
Elisa Pellacani, Italy
Katriona S. W. Persson, Sweden
Katharina Pieper, Germany
R. Prost, USA
Gerda Ritzmann-Luger, Switzerland
Royal Institute of Art, Sweden
Angeline Rood, Netherlands
Claire Jeanine Satin, USA
Christina Sauer, Germany
Aine Scannell, Scotland
Uwe Schloen, Germany
Anka Schmidt, Poland
Mohammad Shaqdih, Jordan
Ema Shin, Japan
Fumiko Shinkai, Japan
Anna Snaedis Sigmarsdottir, Iceland
Vivian Chan Simao, Canada
Nena Skoko, Serbia
Sigurborg Stefansdottir, Iceland
Dan Steffan, Anne Monteil-Bauer, France
Randi Strand, Norway
Josephine Tabbert, Germany
Vaso Tsonoglou, Greece
Silvia Ungaro, Italy
Roberta Vaigeltaite, Lithuania
Petra Varl, Slovenia
Kestutis Vasiliunas, Lithuania
Joseph Johannes Visser, The Netherlands
Stefanie C. Zurn, Germany


All artists not being accepted for the Triennial will soon (within two months time) see their books returned. The catalogue of the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012 will be send to you when printed.


We are sorry for artists whose works – by this jury – have not been accepted for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial Vilnius 2012. We hope that you will not lose contact with us.


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! All the best to you in the 2012!



Kestutis Vasiliunas
curator of the Artist’s Book Triennial


© Artist’s Book Creators 2011


3 Responses to Artists Selected for the 6th International Artist’s Book Triennial

  1. claire jeanine satin says:

    I am so very pleased and heartened by your selection of my bookworks for the 6th Triennial Lithuania on “Love”. My submission choice of books was based on the love of family (my family in particular). They would be touched to have these affectionate sentiments exhibited for others to enjoy.

    Thank you.

  2. Dear Claire Jeanine, thank you for the good word. We have tried to select the best books to make as good an exhibition as possible.
    Kestutis Vasiliunas

  3. claire jeanine satin says:

    Dear Kestutis Vasilianius:
    I hope that the exhibition in Venice was a great success. Those people that I invited to attend wil be giving me a fine report, I am sure.
    As I mentioned, I am expecting both of my two bookworks will be included in all the upcoming exhibitions; at the Leipzig Book Fair and subsequent venues.
    My best wishes for a successful Triennial and I look forward to the catalog.
    Best, Claire Jeanine Satin

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