London Art14 28 Feb – 2 Mar 2014
Booth LF5, London First, Olympia Grand
Modernist in approach, Aung Myint’s 2013 canvases are each a face-off of random red and black brushstrokes, derived from Burmese calligraphy. Faces, eyes and masks form the discourse on contention, non-acceptance, separation and disunity. His works are subconscious productions about the deep personal politics of human relationships.”
Where Min Wae Aung has been watching crowds of people move over Myanmar (Burma), his paintings reflect their resilient energy. Discover a new narrative voice from Min Wae Aung, who has delighted collectors worldwide with his gorgeous depictions of Burmese monks and rural folk.
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