All Art is Political…

An exhibition on contemporary Tibetan art is being shown at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art to show the growing appreciation for contemporary art and talent from Tibet. It includes over 50 pieces by 27 artists that live in Tibet, some of which were created solely for the exhibition. Titled ‘Anonymous’, it aims to explore the links between traditional art and the personality driven world of contemporary art. This remind me  lot of the art scene in Africa, contemporary art is growing rapidly and in both cases artists are breaking away from the traditional art.

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