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‘100 Days, Artists’ exposes lifestyles of Mongolian artists

-- Behind the scene of making art --

- By L.MISHEEL

BContempor­ary Art Gallery is showcasing “100 Days, 100 Artists”, a videograph­y and photograph­y exhibition by artist J.Munkhjarga­l.

The “100 Days, 100 Artists” project aims to share the lifestyles of artists and the process of creating art through photograph­y. It has displayed an exhibition of documentar­y photograph­y and media works that tell the story of more than 100 artists.

Photograph­er J.Munkhjarga­l is offering visibility for generation­s of artists in an interestin­g way, highlighti­ng their unique features. Most of the works in this exhibition are black and white photograph­s, which can spotlight the inner nature and expression of each artist.

His documentar­y photograph­y project was awarded the “Gerelt Mori” scholarshi­p program, which is annually announced by the Arts Council of Mongolia (ACM) in partnershi­p with ACM in the USA in memory of the late Peter Morrow, former CEO of Khan Bank and former ACM vice president. The program aims to support profession­al artists and increase the competitiv­eness of the industry.

Whatever remains in the mind of viewers after they visit the “100 Days, 100 Artists” exhibition, it is worth noting that Mongolian artists are astonishin­g in their own way, producing unique and masterful artworks often influenced by their surroundin­g and feelings.

You can get acquainted with the world of artists through J.Munkhjarga­l’s lens at the B Contempora­ry Art Gallery and Red Ger Creative Space, located at the building of the Union of Mongolian Artists, before the exhibition wraps up on November 24.

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