Dagvasanbuu Uuriintuya studied painting at the School of Fine Arts, Mongolian State University of Arts and Culture, Ulaanbaatar.Read More
Inspired by traditional patterned designs to reflect the experiences of Mongolian women, Uuriintuya's paintings incorporate both poetic and everyday imagery. Her paintings frequently include recognisable motifs from traditional Buddhist painting and East and Central Asian aesthetics, as well as psychologically charged imagery of contemporary life. Uuriintuya's works have been exhibited in group and solo exhibitions around Asia, including the Ninth Shanghai Biennale (2012), and the exhibition Women In-Between: Asian Women Artists 1984-2012 at the Fukuoka Aisan Art Museum. In 2012 she was also honoured as Painter of the Year by the Mongolian Painting Association.
Text courtesy Hanart TZ Gallery.
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