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burmese art's culture potential...

Postby ahsun » Fri, 10 Aug 2007 2:42 am

does anyone believe that burmese art can flourish like chinese's art.

for me presonally, though im a singaporean, i believe that one day the art over that wuold be open to the world but how the world would response to it?

does it need to have triple in econmoic rise like china then the art would be in focus?

a puzzled guy that need some sharing n comments...

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Postby Marlowe » Sun, 12 Aug 2007 9:07 am

i find burmese art to be some of the most aesthetically pleasing art in asia. and, you can really get it on the cheap when you go there. i have a beautiful painting hanging up in my office that attracts heaps of comments.

but, it's really hard to predict what is and isn't a good investment. the govt policies & actions there mean that it's still not a 'mainstream' country like vietnam has become, so it's difficult to say when the country will open up more to the world.

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Postby ahsun » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 4:27 pm

as u have shared with us that it is one of a kind of art too.

in aesthetcially sense, its has its own notion of taste, value and message to bring across. in other words, its value is hard to be valuated at this moment too.

But due to this i belive that theres this small spark of moment that could ignite it into something really big.

since you had some painting from burma? would like to share with the painting that you have?

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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 10:33 pm

ahsun wrote:as u have shared with us that it is one of a kind of art too.

in aesthetcially sense, its has its own notion of taste, value and message to bring across. in other words, its value is hard to be valuated at this moment too.

That is the same with all art no matter where is comes from

But due to this i belive that theres this small spark of moment that could ignite it into something really big.

The only thing that will ignite the art world in Burma is to remove the Junta from power and reopen the country. Until that happens you are wasting your time.

since you had some painting from burma? would like to share with the painting that you have?

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