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By M.OYUNGEREL   The group exhibition “Spring” is on view at Union of Mongolian Artists Art Gallery through April 11. The exhibition includes over 50 paintings, sculptures, and installations in surrealist, realist, and abstract styles. B.Orkhontuul’s “Portrait of a Mother I Met on the Road” is a puzzle about sexuality, with pieces revealing a naked [...]

April 8th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Contemporary Art of Mongolia IV’

By M.OYUNGEREL “Contemporary Art of Mongolia IV”, an exhibition dedicated to the fourth anniversary of 976 Art Gallery, juxtaposes tradition and modernization, and raises questions about the relationship between nature and technological development. It is on view at 976 Art Gallery through April 19. The exhibition consists of mixed media work and installations by contemporary [...]

April 6th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Reality of society through Khartsaga’s lens


By E.OYUNDARI E.Khartsaga, a photographer for the UB Post and Unuudur, was presented the Honorary Medal of Labor last week for his creative work, years of effort, and great contributions to the Mongolian media industry. The medal was granted by presidential decree. E.Khartsaga joined Unuudur in 2001 as a photo journalist, and has since taken [...]

April 1st, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Golden Brush’


By M.OYUNGEREL “Golden Brush”, an annual exhibition organized by the Union of Young Artists under the Union of Mongolian Artists (UMA), is on view at UMA’s Gallery through April 1. Marking the 10th anniversary of “Golden Brush”, the Union of Young Artists brought together the winners of the exhibition’s competition and handed them certificates. A [...]

March 30th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Humanity and Nature


                By M.OYUNGEREL Z.Tumenjargal hopes to show the relationship between humans and nature with “Sky Mongolia”, the artist’s third solo endeavor, which is on view at Blue Moon Art Gallery through April3. The exhibition features artwork that combines modern and traditional elements. “The negative impacts of globalization, urbanization, [...]

March 25th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Climbing stairs to success

Up the Stairs

By M.OYUNGEREL B.Bolormaa’s third solo endeavor “City Landscapes” presents 17 realistic and contemporary works with neon nuances, and will be on view through March 30 at 976 Art Gallery. B.Bolormaa graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts and Culture in 2002. She has participated in exhibitions in Sweden, Scotland, and Belgium since 2000. Her previous [...]

March 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

The art of Fete de Francophone

M.Otgontuul Patient

By M.OYUNGEREL Work from a fine arts competition organized by Alliance Francaise de Mongolie for Fete de Francophone (Festival for French Speaking Countries) is being exhibited at Blue Moon Art Gallery through March 21. A total of 38 artists from the ages of 18 to 35 participated in the exhibition with paintings, multimedia art, sculptures, [...]

March 18th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

‘Haiku Art’


By M.OYUNGEREL Artist D.Erdembileg and his daughter E.Achitmaa’s joint exhibition “Haiku Art” is on view at Q Art Gallery until March 20, located in Bella Vista Town near Zaisan Square. Over 70 artworks are presented in the exhibition. D.Erdembileg is known for designing the Chinggis Khaan statue at Tsonjinboldog and the Morin Khuur Tower. He’s [...]

March 16th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Looking out for good news with ‘Good Sign’

Good Sign

By M.OYUNGEREL L.Khongorzul’s second solo endeavor, “Good Sign”,  depicts a brighter, more feminine, and more optimistic look at today’s society. The show is on view at 976 Art Gallery until March 21. “We’re all waiting and looking out for good signs and good messages. No one wants negative things. My works here are a positive outlook [...]

March 10th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

Science parks reopen with university affiliation

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By M.OYUNGEREL Prime Minister Ch.Saikhanbileg announced on March 4 that the former National Information Technology Park, now named Science Park – Information Technology, will operate under affiliation with National University of Mongolia (NUM) and Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST), and the newly named Science Park – Biotechnology will be affiliated with MUST and [...]

March 7th, 2016 | Posted in Arts & Culture | Read More »

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