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is there potential for Burmese/Myanmar art?

Post by ahsun » Tue, 07 Aug 2007 4:49 pm

recently the art flare has gone to a peak. attention has been focusing on new contempory art. the west has been taking a liking into asian art especially chinese art, as china's ecnomy has improved rapaidly and curiosity has since grown from there.

now im really wondering the potential of the Burmese art. so far what i feel from the art world is that, there not much attention towards it...and the question comes, when it triggered our attention, will it be a hit?

i have been thinking of promoting the Burmese art but seem restricted? anyone would love to share more?

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no people believe in the potential i guess

Post by ahsun » Wed, 08 Aug 2007 5:45 pm

after 2 daes of posting, though there are people viewing but theres no people replying. guess burmese art potential is really not there yet...

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Post by japanhaven » Fri, 17 Aug 2007 6:39 am

hi,

how good is the quality?

here is my email
[email protected]
or visit my website
www.tiffian.com

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Post by ahsun » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 4:32 pm

the quality?

i cant comment it yet but i have faith in its skill. its one of the respectable one in the burmese culture...

wat is ur view about promoting it to the world now? like gathered it n make a message across to get some attention fot his part of the world that i think they need some attention too?

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