khin myint
UK shows
2011 - 90th UNITED SOCIETY OF ARTISTS (UA) EXHIBITION,
                Menier Gallery, London.
        -  UA SATELLITE EXHIBITION, Mine Gallery, Carshalton, Surrey.

2010 - RUSSIAN, EASTERN & ORIENTAL FINE ART FAIR
                Park Lane Hotel, Piccadilly, London.
         - EASTERN DANCE, Oc-Eo Gallery, Islington, London.
         - CHELSEA ART FAIR, Old Town Hall, Kings Road, London.
         - 89th UA EXHIBITION, Menier Gallery.

2009 - ABSTRACT & REPRESENTATIONAL,
                McNeill Gallery, Radlett
         - Bar du Marche, London.
         - 88th UA EXHIBITION, Menier Gallery, London.
         - A WINDOW TO BURMA,
                Willesden Green Library Centre, London.
         - BEYOND BURMA II, Menier Gallery.
         - UA Satellite Exhibition, Fountains Gallery, Hampton Court

2008 - SPECTRUM OF ABSTRACT PAINTING,
                Coningsby Gallery, London.
         - 87th UA EXHIBITION, Menier Gallery.
         - BEYOND BURMA, Menier Gallery.
       
2007 - MOMENTUM III, Menier Gallery.
         - 86th UA EXHIBITION, Cottons Centre, London.

2006 - DUO, Cottons Centre.
         - 85th UA EXHIBITION, Cottons Centre.
         - MOMENTUM II, Menier Gallery.
         - MOMENTUM, Menier Gallery.

2005 - UNTRAMPLED FLOWERS II (solo),
                Apthorp Gallery, Radlett.
         - 84th UA EXHIBITION, Cottons Centre.

2004 - 83rd UA EXHIBITION, Westminster Gallery, London.

2003 - UNTRAMPLED FLOWERS (solo), Apthorp Gallery.
         - ABSTRACT & REPRESENTATIONAL, McNeill Gallery.
         - BBC, Bush House, London

Copyright ®  KHIN MYINT 2012
Left: At the Beyond Burma show at the Menier Gallery

Right: Khin with TV personality and writer Amanda Ursell at Momentum in 2006

Below: Momentum at Menier Gallery.
Above and left: The UA exhibition at Westminster Hall in May 2004, where Khin also demonstrated her painting techniques
Above: Then World Service head Mark Byford finds out more about Khin Myint's work at an exhibition at Bush House
Beyond Burma I & II
The BEYOND BURMA exhibitions at London's Menier Gallery in February 2008 and 2009, featuring Khin Myint, former political prisoner Htein Lin and other Burmese artists, proved a great success. A proportion of the proceeds from sales went to charities operating on behalf of the people of that country.