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Myanmar's administration forbade or seized works of art on forbidden themes and expos. 1970 the censure disfigured unauthorized works of art with the inscription "do not show" on the front and back Authorized pictures show the politician Ne Win (1910 - 2002), the socialist regime and its agricultural utopianism, the cleanliness of Burma's civilization and Buddhism Some of them defied the censor.
In 1984, at the Bogyoke Aung San Market, Khaing tried his first one-man show of works inspired by Gauguin and Monet During his show, the state censorship paid three times a visit to him. On their first visit, the sensors took away about thirty pictures they considered inadequate.
During his last trip, all existing works of art were considered unacceptable In protests, however, he no longer showed his paintings In October 2013, he had a one-man show at the Bogyoke Aung San Market. MAUNGE THEID DHI - During a more stringent era of art-censoring in Burma, MAUNG was imprisoned for not following the instructions of the sensors to change his work of art. In 1974, MAUNGE presented a self-portrait on wooden, encircled by a necklace at the Wild Eye Art Expo in Yangon.
The censorship of the regime saw this work as a critique of the government's restrictions on the life of Burma Censorship almost immediately took Maung's work out of the exhibition Censorship permitted Maung to later recall the work. But when the work was given back, he lacked the initial decoration: Maung later put it into another exhibition, but this case he wraped it in skin and wire and laid it on the head of a deer Soon after he had exhibited his "new" work of art, censorship imprisoned him without explanations and Maung went on exhibiting the same work for a whole month  After his liberation, Maung exhibited it.
Subsequently, sensors and investigators came to his home and accused him of making works of art  Several such trips led Maung and his wife and daughter to great desperation Maung was again imprisoned for his "suspicious" works of art This desperation made Maung too scared to make pictures from his own drawings, but he created pictures representing the sensors.
"Myanmar art: Introducing and chronicling Buddhism & Burmese art in Burma. www.burmese-buddhas.com. Fine Arts in Myanmar after 1988".