Burmese Political Paintings 1995-2005

Thavibu Gallery -

Ended 26 May 2014
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Thavibu Gallery

Following the dissolution of the military junta in 2011, Myanmarhas witnessed one of the world’s fastest socioeconomic transitions since the transformations that swept eastern Europe in the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall. Changes abound: internet cables and pipelines now connect Myanmar to India, China and Thailand; the World Economic Forum occupied Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw for an entire week in June; President Thein Sein was considered for the Nobel Peace Prize; and the former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi continues to travel the world, building networks for the people of Myanmar.

This exhibition will take a closer look at how paintings were influenced by Burma's political landscape

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Ends 26 May 2014

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Thavibu Gallery

JTC Jewelry Trade Center, Suite 433, 4th Floor 919/1 Silom rd Bangkok 10500 Tel. 02 266 5454

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Thavibu Gallery
Thavibu Gallery

JTC Jewelry Trade Center, Suite 433, 4th Floor 919/1 Silom rd Bangkok 10500 Tel. 02 266 5454

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