BANDUNG - Ahead of the anniversary of the 61st Asian-African Conference this year the Museum of Asia-African will have an exhibition of the work of photographer named Francis Photo Christophe Loviny.
The photographers exhibited his work about the life of women fighters of Myanmar democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. "This is a pre-event of the 61st KAA. Myanmar as the country of Aung San Suu Kyi is one of the main supporters of KAA 55 years ago,” said the head of the Museum Thomas Adrian Siregar, Friday (1/4).
Meanwhile Christophe Loviny itself says, the figure of Aung San Suu Kyi deserves to be the object of photo exhibition from the struggle to uphold democracy in Myanmar without violence. "The figure who deserves to be an inspiration as a hero of democracy, and I hope the young people here get to know it,” he said. The exhibition takes place on 1-14 April 2016 that opened each day starting at 9-16 pm.