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Laima Kreivytė. Gintaras Karosas: creation of cultural space as artistic practice.   Dailė, 2012 No.2, p. 58-65.

 

Raminta Jurėnaitė. New Sculpture by Gintaras Karosas in Europos Parkas. Kultūros barai, 2012 No.9, p. 4546.

 

Kristina Noreikiene. Educative center of the European park (Europos Parkas) a sculpture? Centras, 2007: 04, p. 5457.

 

Grazina Kociene. House Like a Sculpture. Namas ir as, 2007 No.6 (90), p. 96105.

 

Kotryna Dzilavjanaite. Europos Parkas: Consonances of Sculpture and Space. Kulturos barai, 2007 No.4 (510), p. 3335.

 

Rokas Tracevskis. Giant sculpture symbolizes the absurdity of communism. The Baltic Times, November 2-8, 2000, p. 8

 

Laima Kreivyte. Europos Parkas Harmonious Space of Experience. Kulturos barai 2000. No. 12 (1-96), p.5154.

 

By Benjamin Smith. Central Park: In Vilnius, Art Has Its Place

A Lithuanian Sculptor Attemps to Turn Europe's Geographic Heart Into Its Cultural Hub. The Wall Street Journal Europe, Vol. XIX N. 18, Friday Saturday, February , 2001

 

Joyce Ellen Weinstein. Europos Parkas, Open-Air Museum of the Center of Europe. Sculpture No. 10, December 2000 (Volume 19),  p. 8-9.

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