Mission of Burma

Carroll, John
December 2006
Forbes Asia;12/11/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 21, p95
The article focuses on the emergence of new generation of artists from Burma. A Burmese style is mostly figurative and accentuated with bright colors evocative of tropical light, varied landscapes and a natural environment. An exhibition of five of the country's leading artists held in Togonon Gallery in California has gained strong sales and encouraging reviews. Art consultant Alan Bamberger stated that the compositions and subject matters of Burmese art transcend boundaries.


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