‘Yalguun-I’ is a sneak peek into women’s secret worlds

Trans.by G.UCHRAL

Women share their secret worlds in the “Yalguun-I” art exhibition. The exhibition, featuring work by female artists trying to promote the role of women’s art in the Mongolian art world, opened at Glamour Art Gallery on Thursday, July 24.
Thirty-six female artists are displaying paintings, portraits, Mongolian traditional arts, and technical arts. Common themes of the show are summertime and feminine beauty.
All of the art on exhibit is light, expressing ideas about charity and a love of life. The bright colors used speak to the uniqueness of each woman creating the artwork.
A.Ulziijavkhlan, an award-winning traditional Mongolian artist who uses European techniques, described her work, “Mongolia is a nomadic culture – we have been on the move throughout history, and I seek to portray this sense of movement in my artwork.” Her piece “Nomads Inside Nomads” was selected for a competition earning the winning artist the opportunity to have their own exhibition at Glamour Art Gallery.
The exhibition ends on July 31.

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