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Through the eyes of women

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By B.NARANTUYA Women photographers of the Federation of Mongolian Photographers are presenting a joint exhibition called “The Eyes of Women” at Blue Moon Art Gallery, from April 23 to April 26. The exhibition is dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the establishment of the photography sector in Mongolia. During the opening ceremony of the exhibition, [...]

April 23rd, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

The art of Bayankhongor Province

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By B.NARANTUYA The Union of Mongolian Artists is organizing an exhibition called “Bayankhongor Land”. The exhibition is on view from April 15 to April 22, at the Union of Mongolian Artists. The exhibition includes more than 90 pieces including paintings, sculptures, and engravings. Thirty artists from Bayakhongor Province, including youth and senior artists, participated in [...]

April 21st, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

A ‘Tree’ grows in UB

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By B.NARANTUYA Artist D.Bayartsetseg is presenting her solo exhibition called “Tree” at Lilium Gallery & Lounge through May 6. The exhibition was very interesting to explore and somehow gave me a moment of calm. Visitors to the exhibition are given a chance to meditate for a while in the gallery. I sat on a pillow [...]

April 16th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Trip around ‘Our Ulaanbaatar’

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By B.NARANTUYA Blue Moon Art Gallery is organizing the second year of an exhibition called “Our Ulaanbaatar”. The exhibition is on view through April 21, at Blue Moon Art Gallery. The exhibition includes over 60 paintings and sculptures created by 40 different artists. It gives the viewer an opportunity to explore Ulaanbaatar from different artistic [...]

April 14th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Spring-2015’

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By B.NARANTUYA The Union of Young Artists (UYA) is organizing an exhibition called “Spring-2015.” The exhibition is on view through April 13, at the Union of Mongolian Artists. Every year, the Union of Young Artists organizes the “Spring” exhibition to encourage young artists, and for the most of the participating artists, the exhibition is the [...]

April 9th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Contemporary Art of Mongolia 3

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By B.TUNGALAG Contemporary Art of Mongolia 3 opened to the public at 976 Art Gallery on April 3, with special lectures by the artists held from April 6 to 10. The exhibition is dedicated to the 3rd anniversary of 976 Art Gallery. Contemporary artists Ch.Batbileg, B.Orkhontuul, J.Anunaran, Godo (D.Bayartsetseg), D.Bukhshandas, and D.Amartuvshin displayed their artwork [...]

April 7th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Bright colors of spring days

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By B.NARANTUYA Member artist of Blue Moon Art Gallery and Cultural Merit and Honored Artist of UMA S.Enkh-Amgalan is presenting his solo exhibition “Spring Harmony” at Blue Moon Art Gallery. The exhibition includes over 40 bright and colorful oil paintings to represent the season. The opening of the exhibition was held on April 1, and [...]

April 3rd, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Archive’ of Mongolian envelopes

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By B.TUNGALAG Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Mongolia Takenori Shimizu once said, “We are able to know art, culture, foreign relations, history and the traditiond of countries through their postage stamps and envelopes. ” Takenori Shimizu, appointed as Ambassador of Japan to Mongolia in 1977, has been a long-time member of the Federation [...]

March 26th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

The simplicity of ‘Affection’

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By B.NARANTUYA B.Undram is presenting her first solo exhibition, “Affection”, at the Lilium Gallery & Lounge, through April 3. The exhibition includes oil paintings with bright colors and bold sketches. The artist says that the exhibition is all about the connection between visitors and the paintings. In the theory of art studies, this connection is [...]

March 26th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Wind From the Steppes’ exhibition opens in Seoul

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By B.TUNGALAG “Wind From the Steppes”, a photo exhibition celebrating the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Mongolia and South Korea, opened in Seoul on March 18. The exhibition, co-organized by the Embassy of Mongolia in Korea and the Korea Foundation, in cooperation with the Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, is being presented at KF [...]

March 20th, 2015 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

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