Photographs of Myanmar is an exhibition by travel photographer Felicity Cromack. Felicity has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, and now brings her encounters with the people of Myanmar to Ennerdale Bridge.
Myanmar is a very mysterious country that has only recently started accepting foreign visitors. It has been in the news recently because of the ongoing genocide in the north, and a large amount of the country is still off limits to tourists. It’s a country of contrasts – exceptional hospitality and awful hostility, beautiful ancient temples and ugly concrete towers. This is something Felicity expresses in her photographs, through the use of saturated colours and stark contrasts between light and dark.
This exhibition is part of FOLK, a collection of exhibitions and workshops at The Gather, exploring photography, illustration and music
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