This exhibition introduces the Gangaw Village Art Group, the first contemporary artist collective in Myanmar, which led the art scene in 1980s' Myanmar (Burma). The group is presented in the exhibition through 39 works by eight artists, including the history of their activities as an art collective.

Access level

Onsite

editor

Rina IGARASHI

Location code EX.JAP.FBG
Language

Japanese, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2012

No of pages

48

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Senior Members of the Gangaw Village

- Kyee Myintt Saw

Brief Story of the Gangaw Village Art Group

- San Minn

A 33-year Dream: The Artists' Endless Youth

- Rina IGARASHI

The Social Background of the Gangaw Village's Experimental Art

- Ino Kenji

Contemporary Asian Artist VI: Freedom in Blossom! Gangaw Village and Experimental Art in 1980s Burma
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Contemporary Asian Artist VI: Freedom in Blossom! Gangaw Village and Experimental Art in 1980s Burma

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