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Bagyi Aung Soe would be 90
21 March 2013, 18:08
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Bagyi Aung Soe has been called the country’s most wayward painter. Hanging the Bagyi Aung Soe exhibition at Pansodan

While there is ongoing competition for that title, he may still be the top. His influence is still felt strongly today. In this exhibition, we have some of his original works, portraits of him, paintings in homage to him, and others showing his legacy.

From 22-25 March 2013 at Pansodan Art Gallery, 286 Pansodan, first floor (upper block) Kyauktada, Yangon.

Highly original, fond of mixing text in his paintings, controversial in his day but recognised by later generations. A short exhibition of a long legacy.

Bagyi Aung Soe 1 Bagyi Aung Soe 2 Bagyi Aung Soe 3 Bagyi Aung Soe 4 Bagyi Aung Soe 5 Bagyi Aung Soe 6 Bagyi Aung Soe 7


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