Through the eyes of women


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, some of the photographers were awarded the title of Best Cultural Worker.
Overall, 80 photographs by 13 female photographers are presented in the gallery. Photographers who participated in the exhibition are B.Ulyataikhuu, D.Tserennadmid, Kh.Khashiimaa, S.Tuya, T.Chimgee, S.Badamkhand, J.Uermaa, G.Erdenetuya, Sh.Otgonjargal, D.Byambaadorj, L.Nomingerel, D.Erdenetsetseg, and the late Ts.Nina.
The photographs have a wide range of themes, including countryside life, arts, culture, sports, traditions, children, and the beauty of women. Tender photographs of a nude pregnant woman were heart warming creations. These photographers have proven that they are important artists documenting history.


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