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YOU CAN WATCH THIS PRESENTATION IN MUSIC HERE (You have a link on the first slide): http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1607279-ang-sang/ …

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Ang Sang was born in Lhasa, Tibet in 1962. He studied painting, including the traditional Thangka (religious scroll) style, at Tibet University and graduated in 1988. “All of my paintings show unintentional emotion, painting to me is Buddha nature in my heart, which I admire and respect unconditionally. My purpose is to set up a special art language and soul of painting, which is based on our traditional and folk art, and to create special artworks, which have both nationality and modern characteristics. The more it expresses our nationality, the more it will be international”.

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  • @1456789
    Querida Pilar:
    Mi primera respuesta quería ser una broma....
    Tú escribiste que es necesario aprender cada día más para mis presentaciones....
    Quiero decirte que mi objetivo es exactamente ese: aprender algo nuevo, conocer nuevos horizontes (y todas mis presentaciones están en la categoría de TRAVEL y no de entertainment, incluso si son sobre arte).
    Me gustaron mucho tus comentarios pero mi respuesta fue equivocada, puede que solo las personas que me conocen entiendan mis 'bromas'.
    Por favor, perdóname!
    Love, Michaela
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  • Querida Michaela me gustaría que me explicaras tu comentario sobre mí de este trabajo, no he entendido nada, dentro de mi poco conocimiento del inglés me ha parecido entender que yo he dicho que entretienes al grupo, me gustaría que pudieramos aclarar esto por que no entiendo nada. Por favor contestame. Pilar
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  • @maditabalnco
    Gracias Magda, muy gentil con tus comentarios muchas gracias por ello y gracias también por agregarlo a tus favoritos.Un abrazo
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  • @secotias71
    Happy you who lived in a free country...Thank you Jose Pedro
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  • @johndemi3
    I thank you John and PLEASE...share with me the other works you find; I also LOVE his works (sure I don't understand all what he tells us ex. sky burial=white saint eagles...)
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  • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1607279-ang-sang/
  • 2. All of my paintings show unintentionalemotion, painting to me is Buddhanature in my heart, which I admireand respect unconditionally. Mypainting is different from Westernpainting, which emphasizes realisticdescription or expresses individualityand so on. Also it is different fromChinese traditional painting. Rather itis under the premise of faith anddevotion. And it is the art language ofthe spirituality of our nationality, Iam trying to find out the commonpoint between the ancient Tibetantraditional art and Western avant-garde art.
  • 3. Ang Sang is one of many emerging contemporaryTibetan artists. Ang Sang was born in Lhasa, Tibet in1962. He studied painting, including the traditionalThangka (religious scroll) style, at Tibet Universityand graduated in 1988. That same year, he won aprize for his artwork Lamb at the Tibet ContemporaryArt Exhibition in Beijing. Since then, Ang Sang haswon several other prizes. They include anoutstanding prize for Feeling of Tibet at the 1997China Art Exhibition and a prize in 1998 fromLiterature and Art of the Holy Land, LhasaGovernment’s highest art prize. Additionally, hispaintings Backing Home and Tibetan Girl have beenchosen for both the Eighth and Ninth National FineArt Exhibitions in 1994 and 1999, respectively. Sangis one of the founding members of the Gedun ChoephelArtists Guild, Lhasa’s only cooperatively owned artgallery. He currently resides in Lhasa, Tibet.
  • 4. Liberty Spirit face
  • 5. Santa Spirit face
  • 6. My purpose is to set up a specialart language and soul ofpainting, which is based onour traditional and folk art,and to create special artworks,which have both nationalityand modern characteristics.The more it expresses ournationality, the more it will beinternational.
  • 7. Shigatse Girl 2005
  • 8. Shigatse Girl
  • 9. Buddha Realm1997
  • 10. Nomad Girl 1996
  • 11. The red decadeUntitled 1996
  • 12. Buddha vs. Train, 2006
  • 13. Narration of the NewMandala(Dkyil-Vkhor),2008
  • 14. Red Memory, (2008) Miss Tibet (2005)
  • 15. Yak-Khampa 2003
  • 16. Scared Faces 2003
  • 17. Scared Faces 2003
  • 18. Thousand Buddhas
  • 19. Modern Dharma (Modern Prayer)
  • 20. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Carlos Nakai & Nawang Khechog – Heart (fragment)

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