[gallery type="slideshow" ids="82467,82468,82469,82470,82471,82472,82473,82474,82475,82476,82477,82478"] RANGOON — The work of two prominent Burmese artists, showcasing a juxtaposition of Burmese and Western landscapes, are on display now at Rangoon’s Gallery 65. The “Beauties of East and West” features new works by New York-based Ye Min and Rangoon-based Than Soe in acrylic and oil. Visitors will be treated to a tour through the beauty of Buddhist culture, Burmese customs, the diversity of the country’s ethnic minorities and vignettes composed from the life of Ye Min’s time in the United States. Than Soe said the pair will donate proceeds from the exhibition to the Lotaya Hinthada Kyaung monastery in Swepyithar Township, home to 130 novice monks. The exhibition runs until Sunday at No. 65 Yaw Min Gyi Street, Dagon Township, from 10am to 6pm daily.
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