Today, The Eye of Photography is presenting a special edition on a little-known festival: the festival in Yangon, capital of Myanmar, which took place last month. It is an amazing event that gathered 100,000 visitors over two weeks of an uncountable number of exhibitions, projections, and events, with a strong emphasis on the Burmese photography scene, even more unknown, however rich in history and modernity.
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