Nomin was trained in traditional painting methods at the Fine Arts School of the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture. She uses the aesthetics of Mongolian and Buddhist art, commissioned by ancient religious and imperial institutions, to comment on contemporary issues, examining the themes of wealth, politics, nature, and human relationships. Nomin’s goal is to displace current conventions and encourage viewers to evaluate cultural norms from the point of view of Mongolia’s ancient history. She is a member of the International Artist Pension Trust and recipient of a number of prizes in Mongolia. Her works have been displayed in over 30 exhibitions held in leading galleries and museums in Mongolia and overseas, in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Paris. Her work is in the collections of notable individuals from all over the world.

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