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2020   -LIA spring group show, Spinnerei, Leipzig, Germany

2020   -Civil War, Solo performance by 3AM, Yangon, Myanmar.

2020   -TPAM, Tokyo performance art meeting, Yokohama, Japan.

2020   -Stealing Public Place, co-lateral event- Singapore art biennale, The Substation, Singapore.

2020   -Voice of the youth Music Festival, Performance Duo, Yangon, Myanmar.

2019   -Dissensus , Venice international performance art week, C32 performing art space,Venice, Italy.

2019   -Concept, Context and Contestation, The Secretariat, Yangon, Myanmar.

2019   -She, Her, Hers ' ,American center, Yangon, Myanmar.

2019   -Feminism & Pop culture networking travel, Goethe-institute, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2018   -Now, Here and Again, The 8th Yeosu international Art festival, Yeosu, South Korea.

2018   -Practical Encounters, Solo performance, Feminism and Pop culture, District Berlin,Berlin, Germany.

2018   -3AM, Group collective multimedia Art exhibition, Myanm/art, gallery, Yangon, Myanmar.

2018   -Respect her campaign, "A girl named A Thway" Dramatic Theatre and solo performances, MaHaBaDuLa Public Park, Yangon, Myanmar.     

2017   -Thu Thu ko Thu Ei, Mixed media and video art Exhibition, Myanm/art gallery,Yangon, Myanamar.

2017   -Voices of Transitions, Gallery 46, London, United Kingdom.

2017   -Beyond boundaries, American center, Yangon, Myanmar.

2016   -Balance & Provocation, Färgfabriken Museum,Stockholm/ LAT.63 art arena, Ostersund / Sundsvalls museum, Sundsvall,Sweden.

2016   -On 9, durational performance art event, Goethe institute, Yangon, Myanmar.

2015   -Art for the Planet, Solo performance, Institut  Fraçias, Yangon, Myanmar.

2015   -New Urban topologies Yangon, Collaborative performance art event, Park Port-autonomy, Yangon, Myanmar.

2015   -My Yangon, My Home Art Festival, British Club, Yangon, Myanmar.

2015   -Building History, Goethe-villa, Yangon, Myanmar.

2014   -Mirror and Monitor of Democracy in Asia, Sangrok Exhibition hall ,Gwangju Museumof Art, Gwangju, South Korea.

2014   -FreedomUnder Construction, HOM Art Tran's gallery,  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

2014   -Women Forum for Peace, Solo performance, Excel Treasure Hall, Yangon, Myanmar.

2014   -17th NIPAF Asia performance Art Festival, 331 Art CHIODA, Tokyo/ Neon Hall &Independent Park, Miyazaki and Nagano Tour, Japan.

2014   -Asia TOPIA International Performance art festival 15, BACC, Bangkok art and culture  center, Bangkok and Nan Province, Thailand.

2013   -IMMAF, international multimedia art festival, Institute Françoise, Yangon, Myanmar.

2013   -Southeast Asia Contemporary Art Exchange, New Zero Art space & Beikthano Art  Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar.

2013   -Gender Under Reflection, NewZero Art Space & Lawkanat Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar.

2013   -The 7th Move on Asia, Video art festival, Gallery Loop, Seoul, South Korea.

2012   -Human Trafficking Awareness Public Art Event, MTV exit, Public art installation, Time square's Park, Yangon, Myanmar.

2012   -TAMA, Tupada Action and Media Art Festival, Manila National fine Art University,Manila & Sabalayan occidental Mindoro, Philippines.

2012   -New Media Art Exhibition, Lawkanat Gallery, Yangon, Myanmar.

2011   -Killing Despair, Duet Performance, New Zero art space, Yangon, Myanmar.

2011   -B.Y.O.B, Bring your own Beamer Performance art event, New Zero art space, Yangon, Myanmar.

2010   -18th Annual New Zero Group Show, Lawkanat gallery, Yangon, Myanmar.


Yadanar Win

Lives & works in Yangon, Myanmar


Yadanar Win is a multimedia artist living in Yangon. With an early interest in international exchange, driven by her university studies in English, she joined New Zero Art Space as a collaborative member in 2009. After that she independently worked for  9 years as an art organiser and cultural practitioner based in Yangon .. It was during these years when Yadanar began to experiment with performance, video, and installation. Her unique ability to seamlessly join her own body, to the document of her performance, and bring them together into an art object is reflective of her generation’s willingness to experiment with all mediums, and abandon the traditional painting and sculpture so common in the Myanmar art scene. Her performances are passionate and critical, often citing the plight of Myanmar’s peace process or personal struggles as a young, female artist. While participating in group exhibitions, she  also worked as an arts and cultural coordinator at the Goethe Institut - Myanmar  for two years .Now she is an independent artist and organiser of several cultural projects in Yangon.

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