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Tamir Samandbadraa

Tamir Samandbadraa

Mongolia

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The 9 elements

The 9 elements

$17,000.00 USD w30 x h65 x d30 CM

Equilibrium

Equilibrium

$1,190.48 USD w45 x h100 x d0 CM

Purifying fire

Purifying fire

$833.33 USD w45 x h85 x d0.1 CM

Silence, it grows

Silence, it grows

$535.71 USD w45 x h33.5 x d0.1 CM

Sign of a good tomorrow

Sign of a good tomorrow

$714.29 USD w47 x h37.5 x d0.1 CM

Movement

Movement

$952.38 USD w101 x h45.5 x d0.1 CM

Mountain

Mountain

$833.33 USD w85.5 x h45 x d0.1 CM

The lucky star

The lucky star

$1,904.76 USD w40 x h55 x d0.1 CM

Enthusiasm

Enthusiasm

$2,023.81 USD w47 x h67.5 x d0.1 CM

Motion

Motion

$2,142.86 USD w75 x h69 x d0.1 CM

Equilibrium

Equilibrium

$5,952.38 USD w230 x h110 x d0 CM

Tamir Samandbadraa's Profile

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Tamir Samandbadraa Purev is an award-winning artist based in Mongolia whose paintings have been exhibited nationally and abroad in France, Belgium, Germany, China, Iran, and others. His eclectic artistic expression ranges from traditional Mongolian calligraphy to abstract art (drawing, calligraphy,...
Tamir Samandbadraa Purev is an award-winning artist based in Mongolia whose paintings have been exhibited nationally and abroad in France, Belgium, Germany, China, Iran, and others. His eclectic artistic expression ranges from traditional Mongolian calligraphy to abstract art (drawing, calligraphy, and painting), as well as ceramics (sculpture and ceramic decoration). Tamir's painterly compositions are most often created using Chinese ink on paper.

Samandbadraa Purev, known under his artist name Tamir, was born in 1976 in Ulaanbaatar in socialist Mongolia to an elite family. Despite his military education, he became a self-taught artist calligrapher. Tamir started his artistic career in the 2000s decade as one of the pioneers in this field in Mongolia. He became a renowned calligrapher gaining recognition at home and abroad. Exhibiting in many countries in Asia and Europe and presenting Mongolian calligraphy to foreigners, he became the carrier of Mongolian cultural heritage, popularizing Mongolia’s unique writing system and culture. Thousands of children, students, and adults in Europe have attended his workshops. He is nowadays one of the leading Mongolian contemporary calligraphers and his calligraphy style became one of the major sources of inspiration and education for Mongolian calligraphy amateurs. In 2018 Tamir founded an NGO “L’Ecrin” or “Erdenesiin Khuree” to protect the Traditional Mongolian Script, education as well as further artistic development and promotion of the art of Mongolian Calligraphy

Biography

Awards2018: National Prize for Cultural Workers - granted by the Government of Mongolia, Ulan-Bator, Mongolia2006: Best Calligrapher of the Year- 1st prize - Ulan-Bator, MongoliaPublications2008: “Sur la terre des Mongols” published in Paris, France; ALTERNATIVES edition (Gallimard)Solo Exhibitions2...
Awards
2018: National Prize for Cultural Workers - granted by the Government of Mongolia, Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2006: Best Calligrapher of the Year- 1st prize - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia

Publications
2008: “Sur la terre des Mongols” published in Paris, France; ALTERNATIVES edition (Gallimard)

Solo Exhibitions
2021: Printemps / Odradek Residence - Bruxelles, Belgium
2020: Du ciel à la terre / Odradek Residence - Bruxelles, Belgium
2019: Beyond Words (contemporary calligraphy and blue porcelain) / Altan Khaan Gallery - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2019: Terre et ciel / Embassy of France - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2018: Memories / Tsagaan Darium gallery - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2018: Human / Altan Khan Gallery - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2012: Calligraphy exhibition /Embassy of Mongolia - Erlian, China
2011: Calligraphy exhibition / Yishu 8 gallery - Beijing, China
2008: Evolution / Alliance Française - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia

Collective exhibitions
2021: International Silk Road Calligraphy Exhibition "Dancing Pen"- virtual exhibition, organized by the Iranian National Commission for UNESCO - Teheran, Iran
2018: Best ArtWorks of 2018 / Museum of Modern Art - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
2006: New snow / First calligraphy exhibition in Mongolia - Ulan-Bator, Mongolia

Art Residencies
2020: Odradek Residence - Bruxelles, Belgium
2018: Porcelain and ceramic art - Jingdezhen, Chine
2011: "Espal" Cultural center - Le Mans, France

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