Dolgor Ser-Od

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Dolgor Ser-Od (Mongolian Сэр-одын Долгор, Ser-Odyn Dolgor) * 1973 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, is a painter living in Germany.


Dolgor Ser-Od studied traditional painting at Soyol College in Ulaanbaatar and until 2005 at the Fine Art University in Ulaanbaatar. She married 2008 and emigrated to Berlin, Germany.


Beside the traditional school of miniature paintings Dolgor Ser-Od is using a variety of styles in painting and as well installation and Land Art. Dolgor Ser-Od was awarded 1998 with the Bronze Medaille "Youth of year" des National Festival and 2001 Best Painting of the year, Valiand Art, Mongolia. Ser-Od is member of the Union of Mongolian Artists (UMA), and directors board member of the Biennial Land Art Mongolia [1]


  • 1998 Solo exhibition, Zanabazar Museum, Ulaanbaatar
  • 1998 International Symposium of German and Mongolian Artists
  • 1999 Solo exhibition "Flower", Zanabazar Museum, Ulaanbaatar
  • 1999 Solo exhibition "Ger", Art Gallery of the UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2002 Solo exhibition “Streets & Ger”, Seoul, Korea
  • 2003 “The Best artworks of the year”, Art Gallery UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2003 Solo exhibition “Busy place”, Art Gallery UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2004 “Mongolia & Tamna”, Culture and Art Center, Jeju, Korea
  • 2004 “Mongolian Highlights”, Vilnius, Litauen
  • 2005 “The Exchange Exhibition Between Jeju & Mongolia”, Art Gallery UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2005 “Colors of Mongolia”, Sofia, Bulgarien
  • 2005 “The IMA Art Exhibition Japan and Mongolia”, UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2006 Transitory Operation, UMA Gallery, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2006 Land Art Mongolia, Bor-Öndör, Gobi / Art Gallery UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2006 Best Artworks of the Year, Art Gallery of the UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2007 Solo exhibition, Art Gallery UMA, Ulaanbaatar
  • 2008 Utopia, Kerava Art Museum, Kerava, Finnland
  • 2009 Galerie Borchert, Berlin
  • Kaiserdamm, Galerie Ulf Wetzka, Berlin
  • 06. Berliner Kunstsalon, Berlin
  • A.I.R. Gongju, Korea
  • 2012 Land Art Mongolia


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