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Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 122.0cm(H) x 92.0cm(W) x 1.5cm(D) / 48.0"(H) x 36.2"(W) x 0.6"(D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Perhaps the most erudite in this selection are the ‘Red and Black’ paintings by Aung Myint. Modernist in approach, Aung Myint’s 2013 works exhibited here are stylish and controlled in execution. Each canvas is a balancing of large red and black brushstrokes, yet the effect he has produced is confrontational rather than harmonious. Painting spontaneously as he normally would (without planning his canvas), the works are subconscious productions about the deep personal politics of human relationships. ('Contentions' exhibition, 2013, Singapore)
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Based in: Yangon
A self-taught artist, Aunt Myint works mainly with oil. He has also worked on installations, performance and collaborative paintings with The Weather Report artists. Very much in the forefront of the contemporary art movement in Yangon, he travels whenever possible to gain further knowledge of developments in international art. He has been exhibiting since the mid- 1960’s (in more than fifty local exhibitions) and is the founder of the Inya Gallery.
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