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On museum archival paper
Chungpo Tsering is a contemporary Tibetan artist, born in Dhingri, Tibet, raised in India, and currently living in California. His first solo exhibition in Nepal, titled, 'Charcoal Paintings' at the Indigo Gallery in 2001 captured national attention. Thereafter, he opened the first Tibetan contemporary art gallery in Nepal, GOMA (Gallery of Modern Art) in 2004. After three years his gallery was shut down by the Maoists. He was invited by the Korean Ministry of Arts and Culture for a one-year residency program hosted by the Korean National University of Art. After the completion of his residency, he came to the United States where he received political asylum as a Tibetan refugee artist. At present he lives and works between Dharamsala and California. His artworks have been exhibited in many countries including the United States, Hong Kong, Thailand, Nepal and Korea.