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Once upon a time, there were paintings. Once upon a time, those paintings moved and inspired generations, brought colour to history, and articulated in luminous strokes the beauty of our world. Revisit these 20th century works, experience, see the old as new, and allow the perspectives of decades past to inform your outlook on beauty and vision.
A (re)presentation of 20th-century Myanmar art, which, once upon a time, was the present.
Join us for a unique retrospective of the finest 20th century art.
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