The Harmony of Freedom

Artists often find a free voice through their creations. An explosion of emotions and thoughts, their work seems to provide a hard reflection of social and political truth. U Aung Kyaw, a 69-year-old artist hopes to have done the same. In a recently held exhibition called ‘The harmony of freedom’ the artist displayed his sculptures and paintings that were deeply rooted in the abstract expressionistic style. This movement of art emerged post World War II in America and has since then influenced artists around the world. It includes paintings that are direct reflections of the artist’s feelings about society and his or her own consciousness. 

U Aung Kyaw, staying true to this style, named his exhibition ‘The harmony of freedom’ to reflect what he was feeling and thinking about the social and political issues of his country. He said that it was named after what he had found in his

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