PanSuriya Art Post

Artists of Pansodan exhibited in Miami and Los Angeles
30 January 2015, 14:38
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A painting of Zwe Yan Naing presented in the US

A painting of Zwe Yan Naing presented in the US

After a strong start in the beginning of December, when several artists from Pansodan Gallery were exhibited in Miami during the Art Basel Miami show, mid-January followed up with another exhibition, this time in Los Angeles. Paula Tin Nyo, Founder & CEO of Yone Arts ( and Anita Heriot, President of Pall Mall Art Advisors (, presented “Myanmar Art Crossing”, the premiere of a group exhibition of works by artists from Myanmar during the LA Art Show at the LA Convention Center, Booth #1117. “Myanmar Art Crossing” is the first curated group exhibition in a major international art fair in the United States, focusing on the artistic expression of Myanmar during years of isolation and censorship. The LA Art Show has become one of the most diverse art platforms in the US, bringing in the largest groupings of Korean, Chinese and Japanese galleries outside of Asia. “Myanmar Art Crossing” extends the range of the LA Art Show to the emerging country of Myanmar, allowing the possibility for collectors to start focusing on one of the most interesting emerging markets in Asia. The group exhibition was organized with the cooperation of Ahal Besorai, Fore Front Capital who coordinated the December show. “Myanmar Art Crossing”, YONE ARTS Booth #1117, has showcased a diverse group of talented artists of Myanmar. They include Aung Htoo, Brang Li, Kaung Su, Khin Zaw Latt, Mor Mor, Myint San Myint, Nay Yay Than, Ohn Ohn, Sandar Khine, Soe Naing and Zwe Yan Naing.


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