Direktlänk till inlägg 13 juni 2009

Gonkar Gyatso

Av Lars Vilks - 13 juni 2009 21:42

Gonkar Gyatso was born in 1961 in Lhasa, Tibet. He graduated from the Fine Art Department of the Central Institute of Nationalities, Beijing and from the Chelsea Art & Design College, London. He is the Co-Founder of "The Sweet Tea House Artists Association". Gyatso has exhibited his works in Dharamsala, New Dehli, London, Helsinki, Washington, Lyon, Durban, Zurich and in the Venice Biennial 2009. Gonkar Gyatso is living in London and is a visiting teacher at the London Institute.


In the Ladonia Biennial Gonkar Gyatso has made the installation Buddha@Tibet.ti


Picture in New Herald.

 
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