What I pay attention
to is to the real people and environment as my source of inspiration.
I believe that if contemporary life around us is ignored, real contemporary
art cannot be created. I avoid seeking novelty in my works, because
a lot of these things are imaginary or expectations by outsiders who
are looking for "Shangri-la" or "Savage Culture".
I am living in a real society and have feelings and thoughts as other
people in the world. I want to speak as humankind in general.
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Born in Lhasa (TAR), currently Associate Professor at the Arts Department
of Tibet University.
Graduated from the Fine Arts Department of the Central University
for National Minorities in Beijing.
Completed Master Degree in Art from the Institute for Colour at the
National College of Art and Design (Norway).
Founder member of the LhasaContemporary.com.
that if contemporary life around us is ignored, real contemporary
art cannot be created
Work exhibited in “Third Asian Art Exhibition” in Bangladesh.
Works exhibited in Tokyo, Japan.
Works exhibited in Tokyo, Taiwan and Beijing
Works exhibited Tokyo, Japan.
Participated in International Environmental Art performance "Living
Water" in Lhasa.
Works exhibited in “International Contemporary Art Exhibition”
Works exhibited in “Tibetan Contemporary Art Exhibition”
Solo show in Oslo.
Works exhibited at Soria Moria in Oslo.
Works exhibited at Tibetan Museum in Lhasa.
Works exhibited at Drammen Museum in Norway.
Works exhibited at Akershus Kunstnersenter in Norway.
Works exhibited at Kunstindustrimuseet in Oslo.
Art Education in Tibet. 1990.
Between Tibet and Western Art Education. 1996.
20th Century Tibetan Painting presented at The 10th Seminar of Tibetan
Study International Conference in Oxford 2003.
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