Born in 1974 in Mongolia, artist Uranberkh Magsarmaa attended Mongol Zurag – Mongolian traditional painting class at the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture. Currently he is a lecturer and a PhD candidate at the State Pedagogical University of Mongolia. Artist Uranberkh applies both traditional and European techniques to create his works. His fine-line drawings juxtaposed with abstract background speak about the past and the modernity of Mongolia. He often uses Buddhist and shamanic symbols to represent the laws of nature, as well as traditional believes and philosophies. Uranberkh’s works have been displayed in numerous exhibitions in Mongolia at Zanabazar Museum of Fine Arts, Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Union of Mongolian Artists’ exhibition hall, Art Space 976+ in Ulaanbaatar as well as abroad in San Francisco, USA; Saint Auvent, France; Beijing, China; Vilnius, Lithuania; Bulgaria, Hungary and Poland. In 2017, he was invited to participate in Beijing Biennale.