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G.C. Art Yard

As an artists run space,Since it's conceptin in 2003, Gedunchoephel artists' giuld(G.C.Art Yard) works toward artistic exchange with outsite world.We are lookingforward to host for artists outside Tibet to hold shows and do small projects in Lhasa.
Many of our artists are gaining international recognination through reprsentions of galleries like
Rossi& Rossi, Peaceful wind Contemporary, Plumblossoms,Red Gate Gallery and Sweeteahouse gallery.

Lhasa

China

85000
Phone: 1363899-5551


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Artists Represented

Angsang
Benchung
Dedron
Gade :Rossi& Rossi ltd.
Jhamsang
Jangyung
Kaltse
kalnam
Nortse : Rossi& Rossi ltd.
Penpa
panor
Tenzin Jigme
Tserang Dhundrup
Tsering Namgayl
Tsering Nyandak:Rossi&Rossi ltd.
Tsewang Tashi:Rossi&Rossi ltd
Yak Tseten
Shelka
somani
Wang shi ming
Zhang phing
Zungde



Sample Art Work (14)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

2009: 1stMay: New space old shadow;


Exhibition Photos (7)

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Press Releases

NEWYORK TIMES
At a Gallery in Lhasa, Tibet Joins Art World

By CRAIG SIMONS
Published: November 22, 2004
Judging from their work, the Gedun Choephel Artists' Guild might be just another garden-variety group of painters struggling to make names for themselves in any city you can think of. Their artwork, displayed in a small gallery owned by the group, shows the hallmarks of contemporary art everywhere: abstract symbolism, veiled social commentary, mixed-media expressions of postmodernism. But in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, this co-op of 10 Tibetan and two longtime-resident Chinese painters is the beginning of something bigger: a bold attempt to remake a culture bound by centuries of tradition and hemmed in by narrow stereotypes.

The group opened the gallery, which they call Tibet's first ''semiprofessional art space,'' last year both to show their art and to advance their heady goal of reinterpreting modern Tibetan culture. ''Many people simplify Tibet,'' says Gade (many Tibetans use single names), a 33-year-old Tibetan painter who also teaches fine arts at Tibet University. ''They ask, 'How can Tibet have things like Chr... [ Read all ]


News

seeking Volunteer curator our 2009 programs


Location And Getting There

New Location by the Lhasa river god foot Island.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Tsering Nyandak


Opening Times

Newly openning march 2009