Mining unlimited resources in the human mind


976 Art Gallery opened a solo exhibition titled “Mining”, featuring Mongolia’s leading contemporary artist T.Enkhbold, on May 27. When you hear the word “mining”, thoughts about natural resources and money might come to your mind. But in his exhibition, on display from May 27 to June 10, T.Enkhbold talks about mining the unlimited resources of the human mind.
T.Enkhbold has shown his work in distinguished museums and galleries in Mongolia, Finland, Great Britain, South Korea, China and Hong Kong, in shows curated by outstanding curators such as the famous Chinese artist Qiu Zhijie, Johnson Chang, founder of Hanart TZ Gallery in Hong Kong, and Annu Wilenius from Finland.
In 2009, the artist took part in the Stichting Kaus Àustralis artist-in-residence program in the Netherlands for three months. The Soros Foundation funded his participation.
In 2010, T.Enkhbold participated in the Time & Space nomadic artists residency program organized by the Arts Council of Mongolia and Arts Council of Korea. The Museum of Contemporary Art in Jeju, South Korea, organized the event.
T.Enkhbold was also invited to participate in the 2012 Shanghai International Art Biennale and the 2011 Asia Triennial Manchester for his performance art.


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