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Mongolian State Honoree, People’s Artist, Academic of Mongolian Fine Art Academy Do. Bold

 

BOLD Dolgorjav was born on June 15, 1952 in Tarialan soum of Khuvsgul Province as the eldest son of Dolgorjav Nyamravdan.

Education:

In 1971-1977, he graduated from I. E. Repin Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Russia

In 1968-1971, graduated from College of Fine Arts, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Professional experience:

1977-1979 Art teacher at the Institute of Fine Arts

1979 -1980 Professional artist of the Union of Mongolian Artists Committee

1980-1992 Senior Organizer of the Art Foundation, Head and Secretary of the Art Department at the Union of Mongolian Artists

Freelance artist since 1992

Since 1977 regularly participates in all exhibitions organized by the Union of Mongolian Artists in Mongolia and abroad, including Austria, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Italy, China, Korea, Hungary, Norway, Germany, Poland, Russia, Great Britain and many more.

 

Awards:

  • “Silk Road” award, the 48th International Modern Art Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan, 2022

  • People’s Artist of Mongolia, 2012

  • Top 100 professionals “Art Painting”, International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England, 2012

  • Prize of 33d Asia Modern Art Exhibition, Tokyo, 1997

  • Mongolian State Honoree, 1994

  • North Star Award of Mongolia, 1992

  • Special Prize of International Art Triennial, Sofia, 1992

  • UMA Award, 1986

  • Diploma from International Art Triennial, Sofia, 1982

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2023 "Creations" solo show at the Mongolian Ministry of Culture

2022 “COMPOSITION” 70th Anniversary exhibition at UMA exhibition hall

2020 “Abstract Fashion Art” ArtiCour Gallery, Zaisan Hill Complex, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 

2018 “Impressions of JAGAR” solo exhibition (in collaboration with daughter Sarnai Bold), MN17 Art Gallery, MN Tower, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

2013 “New works” solo exhibition, Tsagaandarium Art Gallery, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

2011 “Legend of Blue Sky” solo exhibition at Zanabazar Fine Art Museum, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

2009 “Mongolian Art in Vienna” exhibition Vienna, Austria

2004 “Illusive Wind” solo exhibition, Gallery U, Sugino Gakuen, Tokyo, Japan

2002 Solo exhibition in Mongolia

1999 One-man show, Macao

1992 One-man show, Ancenis, France

 

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2023 The Contemporary Art of Yangpyeong - Mongolia

'Embracing the Region and Going Beyond Korea to the World’

2022 “Sound of Dreams” joint exhibition with artists Ts. Tsegmed and J. Gankhuu

2022 MN Art Fair 2023, MN Art Gallery

2022 “Nord Art” International Art Exhibition, Büdelsdorf, Germany

2022 “Ancient Beauty” collaborative exhibition of senior artists, UMA Art Gallery

2021 “Mongolian Soul” joint exhibition of Academics of Mongolian Fine Art Academy, Khan Bank Gallery

2021 “4 Universes” collaborative exhibition with artists Ts. Tsegmed, N. Adiyabazar, Ts. Enkhjargal, Mongol Art Gallery

2021 Do. Bold&Ts. Tsegmed “Mongolian Nomads” Mongol Nomadic Camp, GER Art Gallery

2021 MN Art Fair-2021, MN Tower

2021 Asian 29th International Art Exhibition 2021, Tokyo, Japan; Mongol Art Gallery

2020 “Best Work of the Year-2020”, selected works exhibition, National Gallery of Mongolia 
2020 “Nostalgia” joint exhibition dedicated to the 70th Anniversary of Honorary Artist and Professor of Mongolia Oyunchimeg Yadamsuren, Mongol Art Gallery 
2020 “MN ART FAIR 2020” exhibition, MN Art Gallery, MN TOWER, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 

2019 “Best Works 2019” Art Gallery of the Union of Mongolian Artists, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

2019 “Art Life” collaborative exhibition of People’s Artists Mongolia Do. Bold& B. Chogsom, Mongol Art Gallery

2017 7th Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing, China

2017 “Naadam 2017” joint exhibition at the UMA exhibition hall

2016 “Melody of Soul” family exhibition at Central Tower gallery, Marshal Art Gallery

2015 Nord Art, Büdelsdorf, Germany

2015 “Do. Bold and Ya. Oyunchimeg” joint exhibition at Tsagaandarium Art Gallery

2014 Asian Art: 40 years Contemporary Views, QCC Art Gallery, NY, USA

2014 “14 Views of Mount Fuji”, Rodin Museum of Art, Shizuoka, Japan

2013 “To My Lady” joint exhibition at Tsagaandarium Art Museum and Gallery

2011 “STUDIO 10” joint exhibition, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

2009 “19th Anniversary Commemoration Exhibition” Korean and Mongolian artists exhibition, Modern Art Gallery

2009 “Mongolian Art in Vienna” family exhibition Vienna, Austria

2008 “The Stars of Far East" joint exhibition of Russian, Mongolian and Korean artists, Korea

2007 “Art of Mongolia” family exhibition at Time gallery, Vienna, Ausrtia

2007 “Wien-Venezia” exhibition at Xanadu gallery, Ulaanbaatar

2005 Korean-Mongolian exchange exhibition, Ulaanbaatar

2004 “Vision and Reflection” joint exhibition, Art Gallery of the UMA
2004 “Gobi of Dream” family exhibition, Inos Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2004 “Mongolia and Tamna”, Sympathetic exhibition of continent and island, Jeju, Korea

2002, 2003 Asian Art Now in Las Vegas

2001 Tachikawa International Art Festival, Japan
2000 “Colors from Mongolia” Mongolian exhibition, New York, San Francisco, USA
2000 American Art Works Festival, Virginia, USA
1997 Thirty-third Asia Art Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan
1997 International Triennial, Delhi, India
1995 Joint exhibition of Korean-Mongolian artists, Seoul, Ulaanbaatar
1994 Mongolian exhibition, Italy

1993 Joint exhibition of French-Mongolian artists, Ermont, Paris, Ulaanbaatar
1990 Mongolian exhibition, Céret, France

1988 5th International Biennale of Portraits and Graphic Arts, Tuzla, Yugoslavia

1988 International Biennale of Arts, Košice, Czech Republic

1982, 1985, 1988 International Triennial of Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria

1980, 82, 86, 88 International Drawing Exhibition, Yugoslavia

1979 2nd International Exhibition of Young Artists, Sofia, Bulgaria

Since 1977, he has been participating in all foreign and domestic exhibitions organized by the UMA. Do. Bold has exhibited his works in the Czech Republic, Austria, Algeria, Bulgaria, Finland, France, Italy, Yugoslavia, China, South Korea, Cuba, Hungary, Norway, Germany, Poland, Romania, Russia and the United Kingdom.

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