PanSuriya Art Post

Myanmar Muse: 100 years of Women in Paint

Human beings have looked much the same to the naked eye for a hundred thousand years, underneath the grooming and fashions. But over the course of a few decades, their representations have changed strikingly even in realistic portrayals. Muse on the meaning of evolution of Myanmar images of women in the last hundred years at this exhibition, which features portraits, illustrations, book covers, advertisements, everything we could find with interesting images of women painted by artists in Myanmar. Exhibition from 31 July – 6 August 2012; Pansodan Art Gallery is open daily from 10 – 6.




Art Festival for Peace
7 July 2012, 21:24
Filed under: exhibit

From 10–14 July 2012, Pansodan, Nawaday Alley, Culture Bridge, Myanmar Ink, and Dagaung Galleries are featuring performance, poetry, readings, and other events, with the support of the Union of Poets, Union of Writers, and the Independent Myanmar Artists Alliance. Most events will take place from 1-3pm in the respective galleries. The theme will be what everyone longs for — peace.

Here are some of the pictures from the Pansodan events