|

New York Times: Travelers should not miss 976 Art Gallery

 

World famous art book publisher Taschen recently expanded its collection with its “New York Times 36 Hours Asia and Oceania” travel book.

The book offers travelers information about various destinations in Asia and Oceania, including Mongolia.

Ulaanbaatar’s 976 Art Gallery was featured in the travel book along with its exhibits. The art gallery was called, “a destination that travelers should not miss while staying in Ulaanbaatar.”

Since its establishment in 2012, 976 Art Gallery has been working vigorously to introduce specific features of Mongolian contemporary art to domestic and international audiences.

The gallery operates under the Mongolian Contemporary Art Support Association, an NGO, which aims to support emerging talents of Mongolia by encouraging and helping them to participate in various exhibitions, international competitions, exchange and grant programs, engage the public, and promote public awareness through art.

The gallery has also been featured in Ocula, Canberra Times, Gallerist NY, Economic Times, Seattle Times and other international media outlets.

 

Short URL: http://ubpost.mongolnews.mn/?p=6857

Posted by on Nov 27 2013. Filed under Entertainment. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed

Recently Commented

  • Lloyd Hill: Unbelievable, the clock is ticking on the attitude of people who can’t see the wood for the trees. If people...
  • Mark Bailey: Great to see experienced Mongolian politicians letting the mining industry know what is has been doing wrong all these...
  • Ken: I hope the government will allocate the proper resources to preserving and rescuing the Tuul river from further damage and...
  • tire: Congratulations obstructionists. TT negotiations have been going on for 6 years and still nothing. Now this. Who benefits other...
  • Economics: Let us print as much tugriks as possible and the end result is like the hyper inflation in pre WW2 Germany.