Art Gallery

Thangka

Thangka is the religious scroll painting mounted with colorful satin, fabrics and hung in the hall for worship. It is a unique form of painting art in Tibetan culture and its content touches every aspect of Tibetan history, politics, culture, social life and so on. Most of the Thangka handed down from ancient times are created by Tibetan Buddhism.

Thangka has a massive influence in Tibetan culture with distinctive national and religious characteristics as well as exceptional artistic style. Traditionally, dyes used are such valuable minerals and gemstones as gold, silver, pearl, agate etc. and plants like saffron, rhubarb etc. And because of these natural dyes, the painting will have gorgeous color and can be preserved for hundreds of years without any changes in color. As a result, Thangka is known as the art treasure of Chinese ethnic painting, and Tibetan encyclopedia, also the precious intangible cultural heritage in Chinese folk art.

Modern Art Gallery

Comprising more than 400 pieces, Origo Gallery showcases a private collection of authentic and contemporary handmade Asian arts. At Origo Gallery, time-honoured traditions mingle with modern design and décor that reflects the East-meets-West ambiance and offers visitors an interactive and immersive cultural journey unlike any other. Comprising more than 400 pieces, Origo Gallery showcases a private collection of authentic and contemporary handmade Asian arts. At Origo Gallery, time-honoured traditions mingle with modern design and décor that reflects the East-meets-West ambiance and offers visitors an interactive and immersive cultural journey unlike any other. Comprising more than 400 pieces, Origo Gallery showcases a private collection of authentic and contemporary handmade Asian arts. At Origo Gallery, time-honoured traditions mingle with modern design and décor that reflects the East-meets-West ambiance and offers visitors an interactive and immersive cultural journey unlike any other.

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