Aung Kyaw Htet

 

Aung Kyaw Htet

Aung Kyaw Htet was born in 1965 in Myaungmya and is a graduate from the State School of Fine Arts in Rangoon. He is a devout Buddhist and grew up in a small village, and these two factors which have a strong influence on his art. Aung Kyaw Htet is famous for painting the religious life in Burma. He has participated in several exhibitions in Burma, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan, and his works are in the permanent collections of the National Art Gallery of Malaysia and the National Museum of Myanmar in Burma.

Selected Exhibitions:

  • 2014 – East Meets West at Agora Gallery, New York, USA
  • 2013 – Gallery Jireh, Seoul, Korea
  • 2012 – Chan Hampe Galleries, Singapore
  • 2012 – Illuminations, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2010 – Shades of Grey at Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2010 – Art Monaco’10, Monaco
  • 2009 – The India Art Summit, New Delhi, India
  • 2009 – The Silent Journey at the Red Gallery, Dubai, UAE
  • 2008 – Art Singapore 2008, Singapore
  • 2008 – Burmese Inspirations, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2008 – Spiritual Spaces at Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2006 – Art Taipei, Taiwan
  • 2006 – Spirit of Burma, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2004 – Burmese Master Paintings, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2003 – Group exhibition, Singapore
  • 2003 – Shades of Asia at HKFinearts, Hong Kong
  • 2002 – Burmese Days, Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand

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