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BIOGRAPHY


1950 – born in the village Lekëčiai, Lithuania
1974 – graduated from State Institute of Art; student of J.Đvaţas and A.Petrulis
Group exhibitions abroad:
1982 – Bulgaria, Denmark, Russia
1983 – Finland, Russia
1984 – USA, Russia
1985 – GDR, FRG, Russia
1986 – Poland, USA, Finland, Latvia, Georgia
1987 – Poland, USA, Turkey, Armenia
1988 – Poland, FRG, Japan, Spain, Finland, India
1990 – 5th International Fair of Modern Art in Los Angeles (USA)
1991 – 6th Exhibition of Modern Art ‘Art Fair’ in London (UK)
1994 – Nancy (France)
1995 – Pittsburgh (USA)
1996 – Paris (France)
1998 – Baden (Switzerland)
1999 – Torune (Poland), Ankara (Turkey)
2000 – London (Great Britain), Baden (Switzerland), Warsaw (Poland)
2001 – Baden (Switzerland), Rome (Italy), Brussels (Belgium)
2002 – Baden (Switzerland)
2004 – Baden (Switzerland)
2005 – Goldap (Poland)
2006 – Goldap (Poland)
2007 – Berne (Switzerland)
2008 – Warsaw, Goldap (Poland)
2009 – Seijny (Poland)

Personal exhibitions:
Vilnius (Lithuania) – in 1976, 1978, 1982, 1989, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009
Këdainiai (Lithuania) – in 1992, 1994, 2006
Kaunas (Lithuania) – in 1996, 2009
Klaipëda (Lithuania) – in 1996, 2004, 2009
Điauliai (Lithuania) – in 1997, 2005
Anykđčiai (Lithuania) – in 2009
Kelmë (Lithuania) – in 2009
Baden (Switzerland) – in 1997, 2002
Zürich (Switzerland) – in 1998
Greifswald (Germany) – in 1999
Warsaw (Poland) – in 2000
London (UK) – in 2001

Paintings by J.Daniliauskas are exposed at:
the State Art Museum of Lithuania (Vilnius)
the M.K.Čiurlionis Art Museum (Kaunas, Lithuania)
the State Art Museum of Georgia (Tbilisi)
the State Art Museum of Latvia (Riga)
the Bureau of the Art Exhibition in Warsaw (Poland)
the National Museum of Poznan (Poland)
the Museum of Modern Art in Cologne, Germany (the collection of Dr. P.Ludvig)
the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow, Russia)

Awards:
1979 – the premium of the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture;
1985 – the first prize of the Lithuanian Ministry of Culture at the 4th Bienalle of the Baltic Countries;
1985 – the first prize at the 11th Bienalle of the Baltic Countries and Island in Rostok (Germany);
1999 – the premium of the Lithuanian union of Artists.
2005 – the first premium of Mikas J.Đileikis.