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Last call to see the Mongolian contemporary art exhibition at Asia House

Steppe Closer: Contemporary Art from Mongolia

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“Steppe Closer”, an exhibition of Mongolian contemporary art is open to public until 3 October 2014.

Free admission

Open to the public

Asia House will host a two-week exhibition entitled Steppe Closer, which carries the notion that Mongolia and Europe are forging closer relations. Several Mongolian artists residing in Mongolia and in Europe (including the UK), as well as by a European artist who has travelled extensively through Mongolia, have been selected to exhibit. They include Nurmaajav  Tuvdendorj, Sukhbaatar Davaakhuu, Otgonbayar Tod,  Ganbaatar Dagva, Otgonbayar Tsogt, Tuvshin Bazarragchaa, Rene Polak, Batsukh Badamkhand and Batbileg Darjaa, who has recently  finished a series of oil-on-canvas paintings and sculptures dedicated to the legendary British rock band Queen.

Open 10.00 – 18.00 from Monday to Friday. It is being presented at Asia House by the Embassy of Mongolia in London.


23 September 2014 10:00
3 October 2014 12:00


Asia House
63 New Cavendish St W1G 7LP United Kingdom


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