Artist Ch.Ganbaatar: "Eternal Fire" exhibition (Nov 25 - Dec 14)
Thu, 2011-11-24 11:13
The Tsagaandarium art gallery is glad to invite you at the opening of a new exhibition this friday November 25th at 6pm : « Eternal Fire », with the artist Ganbaatar Choimbol (from November 25th to december 14th).
“City Spirits” Solo exhibition of the Luxembourg artist Max Dauphin - October 29th to November 2nd
Tue, 2011-10-25 11:58
Painter Max Dauphin was born in 1977 in Luxembourg. His early contacts with art took place when his father, Guy Dauphin, a graphic designer introduced him to painting techniques from a young age. During his 20s Max Dauphin studied in Marseille (France), where he was influenced by the French contemporary graphic currents. His early works include graffiti and graphic art.
Ts.Davaanyam and D.Soyolmaa a painters’ couple met each other at the Fine Art University while they were studying together at Narangerel teacher’s lessons of decorative art. The main idea of the exhibition Time’s wheel is to represent holy humans and relationship between human beings and beloved nature. The importance and uniqueness of this joint exhibition is that with the same ideas and delicacy, they both use different artistic styles and own methods.
"Studios 2011", Joint exhibition, Sep 6th to Oct 12th
Thu, 2011-09-08 19:26
N.Munkhbat, art teacher at the children’s center of art and S.Enkhbaatar, teacher of sculpture exhibit together with their students : O.Nyamdavaa, O.Altanhuyag, E.Erdenesukh, E Munhk-Orgil, N.Nasanbat, J.Narantuya, S.Undram, P.Munhkbayar. The present event introduce 10 artists exhibiting about 40 artworks and 20 sculptures.
"Colors of Dream", a joint exhibition by Ts.Battulga & E.Tuvshintur (August 10th to September 6th)
Wed, 2011-08-10 11:24
« Colors of dream », the joint exhibition of Ts.Battulga and E.Tuvshintur celebrates in a colorful and joyful atmosphere the decorative arts.
The two artists manage to bring visitors to a bit of imaginativeness, creativity and great feelings from day-dreams in order to escape from our hectic reality. Let the colors and shapes of their artworks smoothe your mind.