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Land Art Mongolia (LAM 360°) is a biennial art festival in Mongolia.



Land Art Mongolia was launched in 2006 in tandem with a Land Art Symposium in Bor-Öndör.[1] Artists from 16 countries participated.[citation needed]

The Land Art Mongolia event was presented during the opening of the 56th Venice Biennale.[2]

The 2021 edition was split into two events: urban public art and land art.[3]

Some participating artists included Yoko Ono, Marc Schmitz, Jacek Tylicki, Herman de Vries, Ai_Weiwei, among others.



MNG 360° (MNG 360° БАЙГАЛИЙН УРЛАГ МОНГОЛ) is an Ulaanbaatar based independent arts organization dedicated to raising awareness of issues such as sustainability, nomadic culture, ecological decentralization and democracy through contemporary art. Their main project is this biennial, which takes places throughout the Mongolian steppe and offers residency and an exhibit space to artists working in these fields.[4][5][6] Marc Schmitz is the founder of the Land Art Mongolia Biennial and has served as artistic director since 2010.[7] Marc Schmitz has been married to artist Dolgor Ser-Od since 2008.[citation needed]


Edition Year Title Curators
2nd[8] 2012 Fumio Nanjo

Anja Brietzke Rasha Ragab

4th[2] 2016 Catching the Axis – Between the Sky and the Earth
5th[9] 2018 Who Are We Now ? Lewis Biggs


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  2. ^ a b ""Between the sky and the earth": Artistic Director Marc Schmitz on the 4th Land Art Mongolia – in conversation". Artradarjournal.com. 30 August 2016. Retrieved 2021-03-14.
  3. ^ "Land Art Mongolia 6th Biennial Announces Calls for Proposals". EastEast. Retrieved 2022-03-14.
  4. ^ Chin, Ines (6 August 2014). "Yongwoo Lee". Ocula Magazine. Retrieved 2 August 2021.
  5. ^ Harford, Sonia (7 March 2015). "It's nice, different, effluent ... Werribee sewage farm to become a future Eden as part of artist residency". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2 August 2021.
  6. ^ Shea, Christopher D. (19 August 2016). "Land Art in Mongolia and Instagram Selfies in Edinburgh: Global Arts Guide". The New York Times. Retrieved 2 August 2021.
  7. ^ Schmitz, Marc (2013). "Land Art Mongolia, LAM 360°". Yishu. 12 (3). Retrieved 2 August 2021.
  8. ^ "MONGOLIA. Curators of the 2nd Land Art Biennial Mongolia LAM360° announced on artmap.tv". www.artmap.tv. Retrieved 2022-03-14.
  9. ^ "5th Land Art Mongolia 360 Biennale 2018". senapark. Retrieved 2022-03-14.