"The Song of Fallen Birches" exhibition
It is said that there is no better creator than mother nature herself. The greatest creations of mankind can be traced back to an inspiration from one of nature's creations. The renowned researcher G. Gongorjav has been uncovering original works of nature and sharing them with his audiences. His recent galleries include "Rock Patterns", "The Rocks Paint", and "The Rocks Write".
Last summer, he took a journey into a birch forest. In contrast with his previous work "The Mongolian Culture of woodworking", he observed the trees themselves and uncovered the works of art nature had provided. However, he found art, not in the new life sprouting on the forest floor, but in the fallen and decaying trees that had left their final marks on the world. In his desire to share these with the world, he presents his gallery "The Song of Fallen Birches", qualified by the subtitle, (The Birches Are Painting). At the dusk of his 83rd year of age, the chemist, geologist, journalist, anthropologist, naturist, professor, and Mongolian Distinguished Worker Gongorjav Gombojav presents his gallery "The Song of Fallen Birches" at the Mongolian National Museum under the "Suvdan Sondor" program. This marks our Academy's last arts and culture program for 2018.