New Vision Rare Books And Art Centre
Rain falls nearly every day these days so that life becomes a little bit lethargic and boring. But, this is the event which can remove that dulless and boredome from everyone. Every book lovers and art enthusiasts will definitely love it. It is nothing but the 3rd Collection Show of Art and Book Exhibition which will go on at New Vision Rare Books and Art Centre which invites everyone who wants to taste and explore famous Myanmar artwork and old books.
Old book enthusiasts know the name of this book shop already because it has collected many books including Myanamar books as well as English books. It is sure the owner U Hla Min has painstakingly collected those books for his own reference as well as for the interest of general public.
This exhibition is showcasing the great works of Myanmar artists including U Ba Kyi, U Tun Nyunt, U Khin Maung(Bank), U Chit Mye, U Myat Kyaw, U Kan Nyunt, U Nyan Shein, U Aung Chan, U M.Tin Aye, U San Shein, U Htun Kyi, U Law San, U Lu Tin, U Maung Maung Thein(Pathein), U Hla Thein Aung, U Than Kywe, U Tin Aung Htaik, U Mya Aung, U M. Mya Lwin, and U Thar Zan. They all are well-know Myanmar artists.
New Vision rare books and art centre also display various books including Myanmar books as well as English ones. Among those English ones are History of The Shan State, The Upper Burma Gazetter, Epigraphia Birmanica, A Civil Servant In Burma by Sir Herbert Thirkell White, K.C.I.E, the Soul of A People by H.Fielding Hall, The Burma Law Reports 1949, Old Burma-Early Pagan Vol I/II, Journal of his Second Embassy to the Court of Ava in 1802 by Michael Symes, Heaven-Born in Burma by Maurice Maybury, and many others.
Exploring this centre is worthwhile and it will enhance knowledge and interest in art and history for everyone. It is a good opportunity for book lovers, researchers, art enthusiasts and knowledge seekers who expect this kind of event in downtown Yangon.
The exhibition starts from 22. 7. 2015 and ends in 31.7. 2015. The exhibition time will be 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The owner of the centre says that the center will be still open after this exhibition, and anyone will have a chance to look at his collections.
The exhibition is now going on at No, 234/236, 1st floor, Pansodan Street, Kyauktada Township, Yangon, and contact phone numbers are 01-242729, 0973113224, 09799663417.
(photos and texts: San Lin Tun)