October 9 - December 30, 2021
From Liliana Bloch Gallery:
“Nomin Bold is a multimedia artist, trained and specialized in the Mongolian traditional painting Mongol Zurag. Bold’s work focuses on a critical approach to Mongolian society’s transition into modernity in a global era. The artist departs from personal experience expressing internal struggles in a generation experiencing friction between tradition and modernity. Bold’s oeuvre brings an unexpected combination of heterogeneous visual elements full of detailed references and symbols. Buddhist imagery in Nomin’s art serves as motifs and emblems of traditions placed amid contemporary commodification. Her compositions are inspired by questions about the nature of tradition and how it can be subverted, transfixed, and transformed by modernity.
Born in 1982 in Mongolia, Nomin Bold studied visual arts at the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture in Ulaanbaatar. Her work has been exhibited in the 14th edition of Documenta, Kassel, Germany, 2020-2021 Bangkok Art Biennale, Bangkok, Thailand, The 14th Curitiba Biennial of Contemporary Art, Curitiba, Brazil, the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at the Queensland Art Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Australia, and the 2nd International Art Biennial in Bodrum, Turkey.
This exhibition is by appointment only. Masks will be required to enter the gallery.”
On View: October 9, 2021 | 1–5 pm
2271 Monitor St.
Dallas, 75207 TX
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