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‘Incheon-2014’ photo exhibition

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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

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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

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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 »

Seniors celebrated at Mongolian National Art Gallery

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By B.NARANTUYA Celebrating the International Day of Older Persons, the Mongolian National Art Gallery and Ministry of Culture, Sport and Tourism organized an exhibition featuring over 60 creations by 50 artists on view through October 5. In 1990, the United Nations General Assembly designated October 1 the International Day of Older Persons. In 1992, the [...]

October 2nd, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Zero Gravity

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By B.TUNGALAG Young artist G.Gerelkhuu is sharing his second solo exhibition, “Zero Gravity” at 976 Art Gallery, from September 11 to 21. His exhibition displays seven huge pieces created using traditional painting methods. Tradition and modernity, and the conflict between the two, are depicted in G.Gerelkhuu’s work. His paintings narrate highly developed techniques created by [...]

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

‘History of Europe’ narrated at Red Ger Gallery

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By D.SERGELEN Today we will travel through another brand new exhibition at Red Ger Art Gallery. “History of Europe” by Czech artist and graphic designer Renata Puchikova will be on view to gratify art lovers through September 27. The exhibition features 20 select drawings from the book “History of Europe” and was organized as part [...]

September 9th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Shingetsu Shikandai brings his work to Mongolia

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Trans. by D.SERGELEN Japanese artist Shingetsu Shikandai is exhibiting his artwork at Best Art Gallery from August 25 to 31, celebrating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of cultural relations between Mongolia and Japan. He began his career as an artist in 1998 and opened his own gallery in Japan. Over 20 artworks depicting nature [...]

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

‘The Wind of Steppe’

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Trans. by D.SERGELEN D.Batnasan opened his eighth solo exhibition, “The Wind of Steppe” on August 23, at Blue Moon Art Gallery. The exhibition features more than 50 nature studies, scenes from daily life and urban themes. There are few watercolor painters noted in the history of fine arts. D.Batnasan recognizes the importance and uniqueness of [...]

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

S.Enkh-Amgalan: It would be tragic to buy Mongolian paintings from foreigners in the future.

The studio of painter S.Enkh-Amgalan is different from other painter’s studios.  It  has a sofa, stove, bed, LCD television, a big collection of albums, and amplifiers of different sizes. “A studio is the palace of a painter. We spend special moments of our lives in the studio,” commented S.Enkh-Amgalan. Unuudur interviewed the artist, who recently [...]

August 24th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Ts.Gan-Erdene captures Mongolian moments in ‘Closer to the Sun’

Artist of 976 Art Gallery Ts.Gan-Erdene, a member of the Union of Mongolian Artists, opened his first solo exhibition in Mongolia “Closer to the Sun” at 976 Art Gallery. The exhibition is on view through September 4. After graduating from the University for Culture and Arts of Mongolia in 2001, Ts.Gan-Erdene was accepted to the [...]

August 20th, 2014 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

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