New documentary photography from Myanmar

Part of Stories That Matter 2018: Borders
A slideshow projection curated by Matt Grace, Myanmar Deitta
Followed by dialogue with Minzayar Oo
Moderated by Kevin WY Lee, founder of Invisible Photographer Asia
17 Mar, 7.30pm
Objectifs Workshop Space
Entry by donation (RSVP via Peatix

Featuring works by: Minzayar Oo, Yu Yu Myint Than, Hkun Lat, Mayco Naing, Sai Htin Linn HtetFeatured CollectivesKo Myo, Soe Zeya Tun, the UNEARTH project

As part of Stories That Matter 2018: Borders, Objectifs presents an evening slideshow of exciting new documentary photography from Myanmar, a country struggling with the challenges of transitioning from an oppressive military regime to a civilian government. During this time, a new generation of photographers has seized opportunities to explore issues that were previously only discussed in secrecy.

This slideshow is curated by Matt Grace from Myanmar Deitta, a not-for-profit civil society organisation focused on documentary photography, filmmaking and multimedia production in Myanmar.

It will be followed by a dialogue session with visiting photographer Minzayar Oo, one of Myanmar’s leading freelance photographers known for covering the country’s political and economic change in recent years.

Minzayar will also conduct a seminar on pursuing and sustaining long-term documentary projects, on Sat 17 Mar, 2pm to 4.30pm. Register here.

Stories That Matter: Borders – Programme
:: Seminar: Shooting with Purpose: Sat 17 Mar, 2pm to 4.30pm
:: Exhibition: State of Flux – The work of Minzayar Oo: 17 Mar to 15 Apr
:: Exhibition: What Works: 16 Mar to 29 Apr
:: Film Screenings: 20 Mar to 24 Mar