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Art created with recycled materials: ‘Less Rubbish, More Process’

By B.TUNGALAG

Red Ger Art Gallery is hosting a mixed-media art exhibition displaying art pieces made of rubbish and recycled materials, from March 19 to April 2.
Supported by Rio Tinto LLC, the exhibition, “Less Rubbish, More Process” was initiated by the Mongolian Art Council.
Contemporary installation work, photography and video were created by seven young artists using and featuring recycled materials.
The exhibition supports environmental conservation, reducing waste and promoting recycling. The exhibition includes sculpture, installation, and videos featuring or fully created from recycled materials.

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