[:de]Tamir Bayarsaikhan – Fotograf[:en]Tamir Bayarsaikhan – Photographer[:]

[:de]Tamir Bayarsaikhan, Fotograf, Programm SMArt

Von April bis Juni 2018 weilte Herr Tamir Bayarsaikhan, Fotograf  aus der Mongolei, 1985 in Ulaanbaatar geboren, im Künstleratelier in Bellwald . Ursprünglich ist er gelernter Grafiker und erst seit 5 Jahren als Fotograf tätig. Von 8 Bewerbern aus der Mongolei wurde Herr Bayarsaikhan, dank seines abwechslungsreichen und sehr persönlichen Portfolios, vom Auswahlgremium (fddm; DEZA; Kanton Wallis, und artbellwald.ch) ausgewählt. Die Verbindung Mensch-Natur sticht bei seinen Bildern hervor, was ganz ins Thema des SMArt Programms passt.

Die Fotos von Tamir Bayarsaikhan sind im Kaplaneihaus in Ernen bis September 2018 zu besichtigen.



 [:en]This is what Tamir Bayarsaikhan wrote in his application:

„Tamir Bayarsaikhan is a Mongolian outdoor photographer. He tries to express delicate relationship between man and nature in his photos. From his photos, demeanor of nature, real motion rhythm, lighting, sync of various colors can be perceived. Travel is a major part of his life; he is able to open his world from every travel he makes. We are surrounded by beautiful environment which has own aestheticism and tune of beauties. Even so people always rush with all their speed to somewhere and overlook all those allurement. But I reckon, everybody has ability to glance at scenery and depicture quintessence of our surroundings if they stop for a moment and look around it. Photography offers me to tarry in the moment, during this moment I lose orientation of interspace and time in order to catch and express those instant moments. To delineate and to take photos that includes all experiences learn from life, knowledge from others and evaluate own perception is a gift from God.“


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