To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of Asian Art in London, we are excited to launch a limited edition print by world-renowned, Tibetan born Contemporary artist, Gonkar Gyatso. Produced in an edition of 50 by TAG Fine Arts, in association with Asian Art in London.
Limited edition of 50
Mixed media and silkscreen print on Fabriano 310g
80 x 58.5 cm Published by TAG Fine Arts
Signed and editioned by the artist in Hong Kong
Launch price £950 (inc VAT)
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Gonkar Gyatso is a Tibetan born British artist. Born in 1961 in Lhasa, Gonkar moved to London in the late 90's on scholarship to the Chelsea School of Art and Design, where he attained his MA in Fine Art. Gyatso studied Chinese Brush painting in Beijing, attaining a B.F.A. and Thangka (traditional Tibetan scroll painting) in Dharamsia. He has been living and working in the West ever since, before returning to work in the Far East. Gyatso was the recipient of a Leverhelm Fellowship in 2003 and was an artist in residence at Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford.
Gyatso's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY) the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, MA) Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Israel), the City Gallery (New Zealand), The Institute of Modern Art (Australia), the Rubin Museum of Art (New York), the Chinese National Art Gallery (Beijing), the Glasgow Gallery of Modern Art (Scotland), the Courtauld Institute of Art (London), Burger Collection (Switzerland), the Wereld Museum Rotterdam (Netherlands), and the Queensland Art Gallery (Australia). Additionally he has participated in the 53rd Venice Biennale, the 6th Asia Pacific Triennial in Brisbane and the 17th Sydney Biennale. His work is held internationally, in public and private collections.