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Chiara Goia – “Mongolia’s Rainbow of Riches: What Will Be Past”


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Chiara Goia
   “Mongolia‘s Rainbow of Riches: What Will Be Past

April 9, 2013 – June 2, 2013

Opening night will feature Chiara and Patrick Witty, International Picture Editor at Time
                    Leading a discussion about the stories and images in Chiara’s work.

                     Opening Night: Tuesday, April 9, 7:30 p.m.

PRESS CONTACT
Anna Van Lenten
hopedare9@gmail.com
“Greed keeps men forever poor, even the abundance of
This world will not make them rich.”
– Mongolian proverb
On April 9, photographer Chiara Goia will open an exhibit at The Half King of her images from the fastest growing economy in the world—Mongolia. Chiara’s work  looks at the cultural impact of Mongolia’s sudden economic growing pains and boons.

“Over the course of a generation, the Mongolia of pastoral nomads herding on grand steppes is moving into memory,” says Half King curator Anna Van Lenten. “Massive deposits of gold, copper, silver, and coal are luring foreign investment, raising prices, and despoiling the steppes. Chiara’s images capture the unease of a people whose cultural heritage hangs in the balance, as they adapt over the course of a single generation, to a market economy.”

The Half King Photography Series is dedicated to showing exceptional documentary photography. In tandem with its reading series, it fosters a dialog between photographers and writers that underscores the importance of their relationship. Co-curating its photography series are James Price, photo editor at Newsweek, and Anna Van Lenten, writer and editor.

Chiara Goia was born and raised in Italy. Her clients include The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic, Time, Le Figaro, and Vanity Fair. Among her recognitions are the Sony World Photography Award, the Canon prize for emerging photographers, and PDN‘s 30.  Documenting Mongolia’s dizzying transformations is an ongoing project.

Address : 505 west 23rd Street, NY, NY 10011

Surharban Buryat Picnic NYC


 

Surharban – Buryat National Festival of sport and culture. It’s held every summer where you can see national buryat singing, dances, national sports, eat buuza. Surharban means “Shooting the target”!

WhereCentral Park, Bethesda fountain

When :  Sunday, July 29th , 2012

Time : 10: 00 am

Contact :  Rigjyedma Baldanova  917-500-4242  , Marina 347-235-7266  byamba 202-718-4638

Program :

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Yokhor Dance
  • NYC Mongolian and Buryat Soccer Game

Official Closing event at  8:00 pm Harmony Terrace 47-57 41st St, Sunny side, NY 11104

Dear compatriots!

We invite you to take an active part in the equivalent Surharban! All requests, suggestions, help received with great joy!

Bring to play badminton, volleyball balls, etc., as well as blankets, drinks, food, plates, spoons and good mood! Let us together Surkharban 2012 an unforgettable event in the lives of American drill!

Organizers

  1. Dance Contest : Boris
  2. Sport : Alex Bayskhalan, Eugene
  3. Buuzy – Faith, Luda, Rygzhita

Lease for $ 20:
$ 10 – on buuz and $ 10 – on the lottery. Will be played ipad.

$ 10 to take buuz call : 917-500-4242

The event will be held in the form of a picnic.

 

Los Angeles Mongol Naadam Update


 

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Image Source : Asuult.net 

 

Mongol Naadam Seattle Update


 

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Image Source : Seattle Mongol Church