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Virtual Art & Culture Collaboration

"Brother .... You are my brother".
That statement is still recorded in the memory of an exchange exhibition event between Indonesia - Myanmar in 2010 in Yangon, which was initiated by New Zero Art Space with the support of the Heinrich Boll Stiftung Foundation (S.E. Asia) of Germany. Participants from Indonesia at that time included: Anthonius Kho, Bahtiar Dwi Susanto, Heri Purwanto, Lugas Syllabus, Ronald Apriyan, and Sujana Kenyem. The exhibition then continued in Bali (2011) and Jakarta (2012) as well as other exhibitions initiated by Anthonius Kho.

The friendship of nations in Southeast Asia has been woven for so long in the past, whether through the silk route of trade, cultural relations and even cooperation between countries that are now members of ASEAN.
Myanmar's Military Coup on February 1, 2021 following the victory of Aung San Suu Kyi's National League for Democracy (NLD) party won the election and declaring the country in a state of state of emergency for 1 year provoked a backlash by anti-coup protesters taking to the streets. Victims began to fall, it was recorded in a media release that 4 people were shot dead as of February 22, 2021.

#PrayforMyanmar, initiation of a virtual exhibition from Indonesia for peace in Myanmar.
Invitation to participate for international artists & Indonesian artists.
1. Theme: Peace
2. Year: Free
3. Visual works, free size

Send high-resolution photos of your work along with your CV, profile photo, narrative, and a description of the work (1 participant 1 work) to: bahtiardwisusanto@gmail.com. We will publish in stages on the facebook page: indonesianartculture, FB group Ongoing Echos, New Zero Art Space and the website www.indonesianartculture.org. The deadline for submitting works is March 31, 2021, and in the final period a PrayforMyanmar digital catalog and blog will be created. We also receive a short video (1 minute), expressing sympathy for peace in Myanmar.

CP: Antonius Kho