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Dashi Namdakov is a Russian sculptor, graphic artist and jeweller, member of the Russian Union of Artist. Born in 1967 in Siberia near Chita, which is close to the Russian-Chinese border; graduated from the Krasnoyarsk Institute of Fine Arts. In 2003 Dashi was awarded a silver medal of the Russian Academy of Arts for the works exhibited in Moscow.

Dashi’s first solo show in a Siberian city of Irkutsk in 2000 became a sensation in the art world. The flawless plasticity and jeweller’s precision of his works have soon won the author the reputation of a leading Russian sculptor.

Dashi’s one-man shows in major Russian museums and abroad won him a universal acclaim: the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow, Tibet House U.S., the Beijing World Art Museum, the Guangzhou Museum of Art, the Kasteyev National Art Museum in Kazakhstan, etc.

Dashi’s works can be found in the collections of the State Hermitage in St. Petersburg, the State Museum of Oriental Arts, the Russian Contemporary Art Museum in Moscow, Tibet House, NYC, the Guangzhou Museum of Art in China, etc, as well as in private collections of the Russian President V. Putin, former Tatarstan President M. Shaimiev, former Mayor of Moscow Y. Luzhkov, Head of the Chukotsky Autonomous District R. Abramovich, etc., in private collections the USA, Germany, France, Great Britain, Belgium, Switzerland, Japan, China and Taiwan, Singapore.

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