The Lewben Art Foundation (Vilnius, Lithuania) acquires 6 large J 2 Manhattan series prints by Vytenis Jankūnas for their collection. More info

The Lewben Art Foundation is administrating a representative collection of Lithuanian and international art from the end of the 18th century to the present day. In addition to paintings, which predominate in the collection, there are large amounts of sculptures, photographs, graphic works, video works and installations. The Lewben Art Foundation organises exhibitions and publishes books on art, in collaboration with art researchers, curators, artists, and cultural and art organizations.

The Lewben Art Foundation has established the Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation, which seeks to systematically explore the art of the diaspora and return it to the homeland. The collection administrated by the Lithuanian Expatriate Art Foundation consists of works by members of the Lithuanian diaspora from the early 20th century to the present day.

The Lewben Art Foundation is constantly supplementing its activities with new cultural and educational projects, as well as new cultural initiatives. In 2013 the Lewben Art Foundation became a shareholder of public enterprise Artnews which is managing such projects as, and Echo Gone Wrong.