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What travellers are saying
- Eclectic styles. Several different mediums used. I Dont think I’ve ever been to an art gallery, museum or exhibition that I didn’t find something or many things to dig.
Yes, come here an$ it’s quite inexpensive.Written 23 July 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Stumbled onto this gallery and found it interesting. A mixture of modern art with some art that gave some of the history of Mongolia through the eyes of the artist.Written 16 October 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I love visiting Altan Khaan Gallery, its cozy & nice to have a break time to having a Pu'er tea and enjoy the beautiful artworks :)Written 20 July 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Art Mongolia is an art studio for emerging young talents in Mongolia. Mostly the like incubator for artists.
Energetic but quite place.Written 31 July 2019
- For about 2.70 Euros you can enter the National Art Gallery of Mongolia, a great place to hang out for an hour or two, taking in some old and contemporary art which really showcases the life and times of Mongolian people and their culture. It is a good snapshot of the people and their ways in this magical country.
Might be a tad bit difficult to find the actual entrance, as its small and kind of hidden away at the back, but the gallery itself is well spaced out and has a couple of floors.
While I was there, on a weekday, it was very quiet. I think I might have been the only person at the time viewing the art on display.
Nice selection of art, from classic to more modern styles, and it might be a small gallery but it definitely packs a punch! Some very good pieces of art to see, and I thoroughly enjoyed my hour or so here.
Staff were very friendly too.
RecommendedWritten 12 October 2023
- Beatiful, wonderful gallery.
in Saint-Cloud, evocative of Whistler's Nocturnes, was in his first solo show held in Berlin in November 1892. Exhibiting at the invitation of the Society of Artists in Berlin, the show of 55 Munch paintings enraged some Society members who objected to the "hideous and common pictures". The show closed after one week, and Munch was an overnight celebrity. His exhibition subsequently traveled to Dusseldorf, Cologne, Copenhagen, Dresden, andWritten 29 August 2017