Mongolian artists partake in exhibition in New York





State Honored Artist Do.Bold, Cultural Merit Worker Ya.Oyunchimeg and B.Sarnai participated in Asian Art: Contemporary Viewsexhibition at QCC Art Gallery in New York, U.S.A. The exhibition started on October 16 and will continue until February 22, 2015.
State Honored Artist Do.Bold is featuring his work “Composition”, Ya.Oyunchimeg is displaying her illustrations of nature, and B.Sarnai has showcased her artwork about Mongolian shamans.
Asian Art: Contemporary Views presents a multimedia exhibition that features 21 contemporary artists from India, Pakistan, Mongolia, Tibet, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea and China. This timely exhibition showcases the expansion of Asian art on a global world stage, and the world’s increasing fascination and interest in Asian art and culture.

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