A double exhibition intelligently curated opened at the Gallery Myanmar Deitta – a hundred years-old house hidden in a small lane (44th Street) by the docks of Yangon, the gallery is run by Yuyu a former journalist with the Myanmar Times. She decided to dedicate herself to showcasing the best documentary photography works by Burmese photographers, the name Deitta comes from Sanskrit meaning “witness”.
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