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One of the most popular contemporary artist painter in Burma. Born in 1953 at Myingyan, Myanmar, he dedicated his entire life to Arts and fighting the Democracy. He’s now living in Bagan near the huge stupas plain.
Yei Myint is versatile in terms of style and creates his works as drawings, paintings and collages often with a Burmese theme at heart. One of his celebrated series is the juxtaposition of Van Gogh – his favorite international artist – with Bagan, the ancient capital of Burma. The present series of eroticism was created in oil, acrylic, pencil and handmade Shan paper. He is a master painter using confident brushstrokes, and he is highly recognized for his innovative ideas.
Education & Exhibitions
Yei Myint studied painting at Mandalay Fine Art State School until 1970, under his mentor tutora U Win Pe, main Modern Art Movment protagonist in Burma. MPP Yei Myint is now living near Bagan, Mandalay Division, he has have been exhibited since 1971. He is married, father of 2 children.
- 2011 : Exhibition at Strand Hotel, River Gallery, Yangon (Myanmar)
- 2010 : Exhibition at Osage Gallery (Singapore)
- 2009 : Show at Suvanabhumi Art Gallery in Chiang Mai (Thailand)
- 2006 : Myanmar Contempory Artists Group Show, Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
- 2005 : The Myanmar Modern of Contempory Art, Group Show (Singapore)
- 2003 : Exhibition at Tha Yar Art Gallery, Yangon (Myanmar)
- 2001 : Oriental Curtain, Varcaus Art Museum, Varcaus (Finland)
- 1999 : Oriental Curtain, Galleries in Cologne (Germany)
- 1999 : Philip Morris Group of Companies, ASEAN Art Awards (Malaysia)
- 1999 : Fukuoka Asian Art Festival (Japan)
- 1998 : Imaging Selves, Permanent Collection Show, Singapore Art Museum (Singapore)
- 1997 : ASEAN Masterworks Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
- 1996 : Three Men Features (Singapore)
- 1996 : Taipei International Art Fair, Worl Trade Center Taipei (China)
- 1996 : New Paintings from Burma, The Substation Gallery, Curated (Singapore)
- 1995 : Omnibus Group Show, Voice Kyoto Gallery (Japan)