Tenzig Rigdol

Tenzing Rigdol (born in 1982, Kathmandu, Nepal) studied Tibetan traditional painting, holds BFA, Painting and Drawing, and BA, Art History, University of Colorado, Denver, USA. His works range from painting, sculpture, drawing and collage, to digital, video installation, performance art and site-specific pieces. Selected exhibitions: Transcending Tibet, Trace Foundation with Art Hub, Rogue Space Chelsea, New York (2015); The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), Maastricht (2015); Anonymous - Contemporary Tibetan Art, CU Art Museum, Boulder (2015); KORA, Queens Museum of Art, New York (2014); Parallel Realities, Arndt Gallery, Berlin (2014);Tenzing Rigdol – Offerings, Performance, Queens Museum of Art, New-York (2014); A Time for Dreams, the 4th Moscow International Biennale (2014); Impermanence, Rossi & Rossi Gallery, Hong Kong (2014); Our Clouded Hills, Art-14, London (2014); Tibet-India: Buddhist Tradition & Transformations, The Metropolitan Museum of the Art, New York (2014); Same Difference, Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London (2013); In-between, Rossi & Rossi Gallery (2013); Anonymous- Contemporary Tibetan Art, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New York (2013); Tenzing Rigdol: Darkness Into Beauty, Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London (2013); Victory - Triumph in Classical and Contemporary Asian Art, Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London (2012); Tenzing Rigdol, Art Stage Singapore, Rossi & Rossi, Singapore (2012); Our Land Our People, Site-specific Installation, Rossi & Rossi, TCV Ground, Dharamsala (2011); Roundabout: Face to Face, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv (2011); Tibetan Contemporary Art-Tantric Vision in Modern Self-Expression”, Tibet House Gallery, New York (2011); Tibetan Contemporary Art, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery (2011); Tibet.Art.Now. Tibetan Art between Tradition and Modernity, Palazzo Nerucci, Rome (2011); Tradition Transformed - Tibetan Artist Respond, Crow Collection of Asia Art Museum, Dallas (2011); Beyond the Mandala, Contemporary Art from Tibet, Volte Gallery with Rossi & Rossi, Mumbai (2011); The Missing Peace, Nobel Museum, Stockholm (2011); The Missing Peace, Brukenthal National Museum, Sibiu (2011); Roundabout, City Gallery Wellington (2011); Boys and Girls Come out to Play, Summer Exhibition, Rossi & Rossi Gallery, London (2011). Rigdol was awarded the Rubin Museum of Art’s Himalayan Fellowship, at the Vermont Studio Center, USA. He lives and works in New York.