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06 Sep 2010

The National Art Gallery Of Mongolia

The Mongolian Art Gallery is a public service organisation established in 1991 to introduce contemporary art to the public and to educate the public through aesthetics and art.

Since the victory of the People's Revolution of 1921, the gallery has more than 4,000 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, engravings, embroidery, embroidery, embroidery, and handicrafts created by talented artists of all generations. Each year, the collection is enriched, researched, promoted, preserved and presented to the public with the best works of fine art.

By visiting the gallery, attendees will be able to see the ancient history and culture of nomadic Mongolians, national customs, way of life and livelihood, as well as modern works of free thinking and works depicting the beautiful nature of the vast steppe and Gobi Khangai. These works have attracted the attention of art critics not only in our country but also in the world due to their content, design, history and cultural value.

It organises about 50 large-scale outdoor exhibitions a year and serves more than 10,000 spectators.