From February 17 to March 5, The Best Art Gallery (BAG) of the Union of Mongolian Artists is hosting “Heavenly Horses”, a group exhibition by young artists.
The exhibition of equestrian art includes over 30 fine arts and sculptures by 10 young artists. A bronze horse statue dating back to the Bronze Age, a curry comb, and a horse-head fiddle are also on display at the exhibition. Equestrian calendars and notes are also featured.
Director of BAG S.Chuluunbaatar shared that the central point of the exhibition is to present new fine arts by artists who paint horses to people who love horses on the occasion of the Mongolian Lunar New Year.
Director S.Chuluunbaatar said that since the exhibition’s opening, he has felt that Mongolians’ love and pride for horses as the exhibition has been extremely popular.
He said that BAG will annually hold exhibitions and other activities related to equestrian art during Naadam and Lunar New Year.
During the exhibition’s opening remarks, Member of the Federation of Mongolian Horse Racing Sport and Trainers G.Chinzorig said that the federation will support the artists in organizing more equestrian exhibitions and auctions during Naadam in Ulaanbaatar and provinces this summer.