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): Han Tin Swe: The Well, 2014
25 November 2014, 00:35
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Han Tin Swe uses a so definite visual language that it is hard not to recognize his works from far away.

Han Tin Swe: The Well, 2014

Han Tin Swe: The Well, 2014

One of his most recent works is however quite particular as instead of opening the perspective and enable a large horizon within the composition, it shows a strongly vertical disposition of the elements. The main motive is located in the central part of the foreground. An immense well, seemingly playing a central part in the people’s life living nearby. The intense use of different shades of blue, the stylized vegetation, the shapes alluding to small clouds allows the picture a fairy atmosphere as if the spectator was witnessing a scene of a tale for children.



inside/outside

The Inside/Outside exihibition was at the SateFL!GHT Gallery, 2332 S. Presa, in San Antonio, Texas in November 2011. It has now concluded, but some items are still available online.

In early 2011, Callie Enlow spent months teaching in Yangon, and — who wouldn’t? — succumbed to the fascination of the possibilities of the country. Many people feel for the people, but only a few choose to do something about it. Callie is one of those people. She took a route through art. She has carefully chosen paintings from eight artists and arranged an exhibition in San Antonio.

None of this art will make anyone think “That’s realistic, isn’t it!” But then, Burma does not make you think that either.

The art is wonderful, Callie is knowledgeable, and we hope that people will gather their friends, go there, admire the art, be drawn in more deeply, and deepen their understanding of our world, whether through talking to Callie, enjoying the art, or both.

A map showing the gallery is here.

More information about it can be found at this link, and thanks to SMART too!