PanSuriya Art Post


Art Aid at Pansodan Scene

We would like to invite everyone to the art auction “No One Left Behind”, an event to gather support and raise funds for people living with HIV. The auction will take place from 18:30 to 20:30 at Pansodan Scene.

The auction will feature works from 13 Myanmar artists including Ko Ko Naing, Zwe Yan Naing, Aung Ko, Aung Htoo, Aye Nyein Myint, Ma Zaw, Min Zaw, Han Tin Swe, Hla Htay, Maung Myint Aung, Min Kyaw Swar, Zaw Nyunt Pe and Zwe Mon.

See more details at the facebook invitation page.

Pansodan Scene, ၁၁၄ ပန်းဆိုးတန်း ဒုတိယထပ် (ငါးဘာသာကျောင်းနှင်မျက်နှာချင်းဆိုင်)
144 Pansodan, second floor, across from the gate of the Ganesh Temple.

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Pansuriya Suggests (New Arrivals): Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014
25 November 2014, 00:32
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Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014

Aung Ko: Infinite Red, 2014


The square painting reflects a somewhat distorted perspective, not an unusual element on Aung Ko’s works.
In a simple landscape carrying rather neutral colours, an extremely long roof structure heads from the right lower part of the canvas towards the focus-point, escalating even through a white stone fence. Before taking a 9o°C turn in the direction of the background to disappear behind the horizon, the line assembles into a small square structure supporting itself a complex roof construction. Some green bushes appear here and there cooling the burning atmosphere of reds and light oranges, but it is the shade under the architectural element that promises a true rest. The quiet and calm emanating from the work surely smooths a too vibrant space!



aung co : catch the colours
21 April 2011, 12:33
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Aung Co is a renaissance man — he is a director of independent short films, a potter, a performance artist, and installation artist. Aung Co’s 2004 solo show made him the most promising artist of his generation. The combination of his pottery and paintings impressed every visitor.

Since that exhibition, serious collectors and some museums have collected his work. Within a few years he grew prolific. He is perhaps the best-travelled of the Myanmar artists.

His recent paintings are pictures of anonymous women pictures, based on old hand-painted photographs. He says, ‘I want to catch the colours of  a moment in history.’

Based on an interview with Nance Cunningham in January 2011, in Yangon. For more art conversations, click on the ‘art conversation’ tag at the top of this post.

Chronology:

1980            Born in Pyay, Myanmar

2001            Exp: 22022001, group show, Lokanat Gallery, Yangon

2002            received BA (Painting), from the University of Culture, Yangon, Myanmar

6th Batch group show, National Theatre, Yangon

2004            Aung Ko’s Art Work Solo Show, AZADA Gallery, Yangon

2006          News is No News, a short film solo show, Nm Gallery, Yangon

Myanmar Ceramic Society group show, Alliance Française de Yangon

Ceramic work group show, Mr Brown Café, Yangon

2007            Wild Eye V, Lokanat Gallery, Yangon

8th Open International Performance Festival, Beijing, China

Performance Art Show, Chaungtha, Myanmar

Performance Art Show, Lokanat Gallery, Yangon

Performance Art Show, Thanlyin, Myanmar

Event of Thuyedan, art show, Pyay

2008            Beyond Pressure, International Performance Art Festival, Yangon

Beyond the Rain, art exhibition, Lokanat Gallery, Yangon

Singapore Bienniale 2008 (collaboration with Chaw Ei Thein and Rich Streitmatter Tran)

Festival of Contemporary Theatre and Performance Art, Alliance Française de Yangon

New Zero Fine Art Show, Beikthano Art Gallery, Yangon

Exposition de Collective, art show, Alliance Française de Yangon

2009            4th Fukuoka Asian Art Trienniale, Fukuoka, Japan

Body Temporary/Corps Temporaire performance, Alliance Française de Yangon

2007–2010   Organiser of Thuyedan Event, a village art project

2013               Primo Marella Gallery, Milan, Italy



Insert Title Here : 10-15 Dec 2010

Never trapped in the moment. Continually changing and seeking. Continually challenging and redefining. Continually shifting and questioning. We all slip along time into the future, revising our conceptions and refining our perceptions.

This exhibition of contemporary art is an invition to re-interpretation. On display is a selection of paintings and multi-media works to explore — new aesthetics, emerging meanings, new generation — to bring you to diverse vantage points from which to re-evaluate your impressions.

Come to the exhibit and free your mind into the art as the artists have freed their inspiration. Some will reveal meanings, some will confound. You may choose to assign a title — but you may find yourself taking it away again, refining, questioning, seeking.

Featuring thirty artists working in a variety of media, on display from 10 – 15 December 2010, from 10 to 18:00 at Pansodan Gallery, No. 286 Pansodan Street, upper block, Yangon

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