The A. Moncys house-museum in Palanga is one of the few modern art museums founded in Lithuunia. Sculptor of the 20th century (1921-1993), who lived and created in Paris, gave his work to Palanga. The range of the materials of his works is very wide, including timber, stone, tin, amber, metal, plastics, slate, bones, clay, etc. The scale of the emotions is amply, too, and covers pain, longing, humour, passion, poetry, dreams, loneliness, etc. His works were exhibited together with the creation of M. Chagall, Jean and Joel Martell.
This is a good opputunity to see the unique exoposition of A. moncy’s scultures and discover some sculptures with amber, which his friends used to take to him to Paris as gifts during the Soviet years. The visitors are allowed to touch the sculptures!
Activities of Museum: to popularize of Lithuanian art in Europe, promote international cultural exchanges, educational activities, and projects for social integration of disabled people.