Singapore -- December 4, 2023 -- InvestorsHub NewsWire --
COSG) is proud to successfully co-present the debut solo
exhibition of Bhutanese artist Galek Yangzom, titled "Patterned
Prayer" held at The Arts House in Singapore on July 21 and July 22,
2023. This remarkable event, hosted by Y Art Project, was
well-attended by dignitaries and art aficionados and marked a
significant milestone in Galek Yangzom's artistic journey which
showcased her captivating reinterpretations of Bhutanese cultural
addition to presenting Galek Yangzom's exceptional artwork,
Coinllectibles is thrilled to introduce a limited edition 3D Art
DOT collection based on Galek's works. These 3D Art DOTs can be
experienced on the world's first glasses-free 3D tablets, providing
art enthusiasts with an immersive and unique viewing experience.
Each 3D Art DOT is available for purchase and comes with an
autostereoscopic 3D tablet, allowing collectors to own a piece of
Galek Yangzom's art in a groundbreaking format.
Galek Yangzom's journey as an artist is deeply rooted in her
Bhutanese heritage and a profound commitment to giving back to her
homeland. Raised amidst the majestic Himalayan mountains and
influenced by her father's dedicated service as Prime Minister,
Galek Yangzom found her calling in the world of art. Her passion
for art education in Bhutan has led her to draw inspiration from
the rich cultural tapestry of her homeland, which she lovingly
weaves into her creations.
"Patterned Prayer," Galek Yangzom's first solo exhibition, unveiled
a collection of paintings that breathe new life into the
traditional motifs, designs, and patterns integral to Bhutanese
culture. Drawing inspiration from the natural world, Bhutanese
architecture, and her own creative vision, Galek reimagines these
sacred motifs, which are deeply revered by the Bhutanese people,
infusing them with vitality and spirit.
The exhibition delves into the academic interplay of colors, a
departure from strict symmetry, and a reimagining of Bhutanese
architectural norms. Galek's work poses profound questions about
the transcendent nature of patterns and their ability to convey
identity, culture, and heritage beyond textiles and
Coinllectibles' co-presentation of "Patterned Prayer" underscores
our commitment to supporting and promoting innovative art forms and
emerging artists. Galek Yangzom's exploration of Bhutanese culture
through her art is a testament to the power of creativity and the
role it plays in preserving and reimagining cultural heritage.
For more information about Coinllectibles and its involvement in
Galek Yangzom's exhibition, please visit www.coinllectibles.art.
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