2015 Our team

Gantuya Badamgarav

Commissioner

Gantuya Badamgarav

First Commissioner of Mongolia in Venice Biennale, Gantuya Badamgarav (Gana) holds an MA in economics from Williams College in the United States and has a background in business and international project management, and economic policy. Driven by her passion for art and music, Gana has visited many of museums, galleries and theaters in different countries and also served as a member of the Development Committee ...

Uranchimeg Tsultem

Curator

Uranchimeg Tsultem

The leading curator and art historian of Mongolia, Uranchimeg Tsultemin (Orna) wasinvited to curate the Mongolia Pavilion at Venice Biennale in 2015. Orna’s specialty is artof Mongolia and Tibet. She served as an Assistant Professor at the Mongolian Universityof Arts and Culture in 1995-2002. As a practicing curator, she has curated Mongolian artexhibitions internationally since 1997 (Tsukuba, Japan (1997), New York, NY (2000),Bonn, Germany (2001), ...

David A Ross

International adviser

David A Ross

In September 2014, David A. Ross was invited to join Scientific Committee of Mongolia Pavilion in La Biennale di Venezia. David A. Ross has a 40-year career as an art museum professional and educator.He is currently the Chair of the MFA in Art Practice at the School of Visual Art in New York City. Ross has held curatorial and senior leadership positions at the Everson ...

Boldbaatar Chultem

Adviser

Boldbaatar Chultem

Artist, art historian and critic, Ch.Boldbaatar graduated from Surikov Academy of Fine Arts and later received his Ph.D. from Mongolian University of Arts and Culture. He held several chair and faculty positions at the Institute of Fine Arts, the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture, and the National University of Mongolia until 2014. His research focuses are parietal and contemporary art; was invited to the ...