MASTERPIECES OF MONGOLIAN MODERN ART
MASTERPIECES OF MONGOLIAN MODERN ART

An exhibition “Fine Arts of Cuba” has been opened by the Cuban Embassy in Mongolia.

It has been taking three years since the KHAN Bank, the supporter of arts and cultural deeds opened an Art Gallery at its premise. Within this period of

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time, about 40 exhibitions of over 100 artists have been displayed to the public in the gallery. This time, the Cuban Embassy in Mongolia is opening an exhibition “Fine Arts of Cuba” in the gallery.

The exhibition is being opened by the Mongolian-Cuban Friendship Society

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and the Embassy of Cuba in Mongolia on the occasions of two historical events: the 52d anniversary of revolutionary victory, a national holiday, and the 50th anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Mongolia and Cuba.

Some photos related to the new postal stamps and historical relations devoted for the occasion of the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations displayed in Havana on December 7 are shown in the exhibition.

The works of some Cuban and Mongolian fine arts artists, founders of contemporary Cuban fine arts e.g. Penne Portokarrero, Amelia Pelaes, Mariano Rodrigos, Fayad Hamis, Philippe Lopes, and Servando Kabrera, and young artists, who are making their contributions in development of Cuban fine arts, are displayed in the exhibition.

Opening of the exhibition has been assisted by Tsogzol Purev, the Painter and Honored Arts Figure of Mongolia, Sanchir Namkhaitseren, Painter and Award Winner of European Arts Association, L. Bumandorj, Director of Fine Arts College, U. Gandulam, young Painter, and Arts Gallery staff members.

The exhibition is open in the Art Gallery hall of KHAN Bank on January 6 and 7, 2011.

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