In the BBC's arts roundup this month, we first experience Tim Burton's exhibition, featuring over 700 works by the bizarre and lovable filmmaker. You'll see his carnival-like circus scenes and a few Gothic statues with big eyes, bigger hair, and a few bright red noses. In the next scene, we travel to Bolivia, where the artist Roberto Mamani hand-painted traditional blankets to create vibrant works of art from a myriad of colors. Stevie Nicks would be jealous of all the fringe, we're sure!
In Burma, local artists and galleries are now flourishing after experiencing a crackdown in the years prior... We'll also see Fuerza Bruta, the crazy Argentine theater production, in action!
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