This has become quite a tradition for Videniškiai Monastery Museum to annually gather Lithuanian artists for this exhibition. Most certainly – angel themed event is not everyones‘ cup of coffee, but artists still sign up willingly for this adventure again and again. It is the hidden story of Mykolas Giedraitis the Blessed and extraordinary environment and atmosphere of Videniškiai working together with XVII–XVIII century buildings to form a natural strategy and concept of the professional art event. Under baroque vaults of the Monastery the visions of angels are being presented by the artists of different generations. In Western tradition angels are demigod creatures, guardians and messengers of God, in most cases depicted as winged beings. This iconography is supported and enriched by the personalised interpretations of the artists – some of their angels are sacred and very spiritual, while others humorous and ironic, revealing their human origin. One of the artists once said: „...a good person is also an angel...“.
This years participants: Rimvidas Stankevičius, Lena Chvičija, Jūratė Rekevičiūtė, Onutė Juškienė, Romualdas Balinskas, Kristina Norvilaitė, Vidas Poškus, Jurga Šarapova, Vanda Padimanskaitė, Aistė Gabrielė Černiūtė, Danielius Rusys, Arvydas Martinaitis, Ula Šimulynaitė, Artūras Braziūnas, Nijolė Vilutienė, Aušra Vaitkūnienė, Dovilė Bilkštienė, Rebeka Bruder, Rasa Leonavičiūtė, Aleksandras Vozbinas, Mikalojus Povilas Vilutis, Audronė Petrašiūnaitė, Eglė Velaniškytė, Ričardas Garbačiauskas, Sigita Maslauskaitė, Eimantė Šimkutė, Adelė Liepa Kaunaitė, Eglė Vertelkaitė.