Burmese Lady #07
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About the art
“Death like Rahu only casts shadows but cannot sap life’s divine ambro- sia entrapped by this material world, this I know for certain.” The poem of Rabindranath Tagore, explained our life, love and wisdom, but trapped in the realities of truth. In the darkness of a cast shadow, there is an attachment of humanity and desire, like that of the rough earth. The hu- man flesh is full of personal identity. How many different genes combine in our body?
(The portrait is an outline of an anonymous girl who lived in the Kong- baung era of Burma (1752-1885) inspired from a real photograph taken at the time).
Aung Myat Htay
Based in: Yangon
Aung Myat Htay is an artist/writer, Independent curator from Yangon Myanmar. He explore the freedom of expressions with a contemporary sense of traditional forms. By the successful (10) solo and many group shows in local and international, he presented work in several regions of Asia including Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, …
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