Porcelain art exhibition ‘Khiimori’ runningВидео
Mongolian porcelain master Kh.Khadkhuu opened an exhibition ‘Khiimori’ at the National Museum of Mongolia on January 15.
The artist named the exhibition ‘Khiimori’ because he created the wind horse with porcelain, which is a symbol of the human soul in the shamanistic tradition of East Asia and Central Asia.
Through his seventh exhibition, the artist displayed a total of 22 works featuring Mongolian nomadic lifestyle and cave paintings such as Mongolian sheep slaughter, wrestlers, Chinggis Khaan, Mongolian queens, white old man, incense burner (censer), porcelain sculptures of Yunden and Nansalmaa that show their youth and middle ages as well as a vase and cup with cave paintings.
Synchrony: It is the seventh of my series of porcelain art exhibitions. For this time, I aimed to show Mongolian lifestyle, life and nature of Mongolians.
Master Kh.Khadkhuu creates his works with only his own hands by creating original designs, preparing and firing the clay, enameling and painting.
So far, he has created more than 1000 works for over 30 years since he became a porcelain artist.
The exhibition will be open until January 25 at the National Museum of Mongolia.