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Vitas Luckus (1943–1987) is one of the most original figures in Lithuanian photography. Since 1960s he had contributed to the formation of Lithuanian photography school, created many remarkable works of classical photograph and successfully worked in the field of applied photography. However, conventional photography was not enough for him: he started constructing his peculiar world of images while combining reality and fantasy; the world where composition, colour or point of viewing altered the perception of reality drastically. Being out-of-the-box personality in terms of both creative work and traditional lifestyle in general, Vitas seemed to walk in the periphery. He stood out from the others because of his energy and immediate and extremely close relation to the surrounding world and because of the ability to render the features in his works.More