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‘Maestros of Needle and Thread’


By B.NARANTUYA Blue Moon Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition in partnership with embroiderers from Pyongang, North Korea. Over 40 handicrafts are on display with admirably colorful needlework. Visitors to the gallery will find work with different themes, such as historic events, nature, animals, and the lifestyle of Mongols. Pyongang is the capital of the [...]

December 11th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Mongolian summer days captured by Turkish photographer


 By B.NARANTUYA  For the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Turkey being celebrated this year, the President of AKUT NGO, alpinist, writer and photographer, Ali Nasuh Mahruki, is presenting a photography exhibition. The exhibition is on view through December 5 at the Union of Mongolian Artists, and from December 8 through 12 at [...]

December 4th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘The Blue Mountains of Khuvsgul’


By B.NARANTUYA Artist B.Natsagdorj is presenting artwork from his new book of paintings, “The Blue Mountains of Khuvsgul” through November 30 at Blue Moon Art Gallery. The exhibition shares all of the paintings selected for his new book. The book is about the great taiga of Khuvsgul and the lifestyle of the reindeer people, including [...]

November 29th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Dreaming in color


By B.NARANTUYA Member artist of Blue Moon Art Gallery, E.Gansukh, is presenting his solo exhibition “Undreamed Dream”, on display through November 27. All of his paintings capture nature and horses. He has been researching the traditions of Mongols, especially the culture of horses, for ten years. His research has been combined with his minimalist style [...]

November 25th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Germany through the eyes of Mongolian artists


By B.Narantuya 976 Art Gallery is hosting “germandiaries” a joint exhibition, from November 17 to December 7. The exhibition features over 30 paintings presenting the real and imagined landscapes of Germany. The exhibition is supported and sponsored by Goethe Institute in Mongolia and dedicated to the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and Germany. [...]

November 18th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Godo captures the fundamental duality of the human experience


By Emma Ellis In her current 976 Art Gallery show, “The Legend of the Swallow,” artist D.Bayartsetseg (known as Godo) employs the basic unit of art making – the line, the creation of positive and negative space – to pose fundamental questions about our perceptions. Godo’s pieces in “The Legend of the Swallow” are quite [...]

November 16th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘City Views of the World’ takes you on tour


By B.Narantuya Blue Moon Art Gallery is hosting “City Views of the World” from November 3 to 13, an exhibition featuring Mongolian impressions of cities around the world. Simple and beautiful views from Ulaanbaatar, Tokyo, Beijing, Seattle, Istanbul, Munich, Venice, Paris, Dubai, Ufa, Washington, D.C., and Berlin are now on display at the gallery. Dedicated [...]

November 4th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Incheon-2014’ photo exhibition


By B.Narantuya The “Incheon-2014” photo exhibition, sharing images from this year’s Asian Games, is being presented from October 27 to October 30, at Blue Moon Art Gallery. A group of 22 journalists from the Mongolian Journalists Association documented the Asian Games for the first time. Official photographers Ch.Ganbat, E.Magnaibayar, B.Munkhzul and E.Hartsaga captured the highlights [...]

October 28th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘City View’ through the eyes of S.Munkhbaatar


By B.Narantuya “City View” is the first solo exhibition by S.Munkhbaatar, featuring 55 artworks of city views and portraits. The exhibition is on view through October 25, at Best Art Gallery. Artist S.Munkhbaatar was born in 1984, in Uliastai, Zavkhan aimag. He earned his bachelor’s degree in fine arts instruction at the School of Fine [...]

October 23rd, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Ungoverned Governance’ political art solo exhibition


By B.Narantuya The opening of the “Ungoverned Governance”, U.Narbayasgalan’s first solo exhibition, took place at Red Ger Art Gallery on October 20, showcasing work with a political theme. He graduated from the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture in 2004, majoring in fine arts. He has been working as a professional artist since 2009, and [...]

October 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

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