‘Wild Kingdom: Impossible Not To Love’


G.Batsukh, photographer, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Mongolia to Canada, and Doctor of International Relations, released a solo exhibition at Blue Moon Art Gallery. In recent years, he began collecting his photos and is now presenting over 50 works motivated by his passion for nature conservation.
It is regretful that we sometimes ignore the beauty of nature, and happiness of wild animals and feathered creatures. Like humans, they feel joy, pain, and love, and they take care of their offspring. Recently it has become understood that unless we take care of them, wild animals can easily become extinct. This is the basis of understanding how humans, plants, and animals can live together.
In this exhibition, visitors can see the unique qualities and characteristics of animals from Mongolia, South Africa, Canada, New Zeland, Australia, China, and the United Arab Emirates, as captured by the artist.
During the exhibition a photography book by G.Batsukh was sold and part of its proceeds will be donated to saving the Mongolian Mazaalai bear and other conservation efforts all over the world.

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