His works are on display at Bo Aung Kyaw Street Art Gallery in Yangon until Tuesday. His works are on display at Bo Aung Kyaw Street Art Gallery in Yangon until Tuesday.
18 The News For 18 December 2017
‘This exhibition is about wishing people a happy New Year,’ said an artist who has participated in the exhibition for more than 30 years.
‘Innocent Models’ captures the emotional lives of our non-human companions.
Artist Maung Thiha has painted colorful umbrellas that were stored in his memories.
Activist Who Defied his Jailers With ‘Recycled Plastic’ Art Now Battles Cancer
Artists see change, evolution and a respect for tradition.
The 200-page Burma Storybook documents contemporary Myanmar from literary censorship to freedom of expression, as seen through the eyes of 17 poets.
The artist and teacher is the subject of an ongoing memorial exhibition of 300 paintings at New Treasure Art Gallery.
Davies’ book is a highly readable account of World War II in Myanmar that bears relevance even to today’s situation, writes Lintner.
The national premiere of ‘We Were Kings’ kicked off a nostalgic atmosphere at the Irrawaddy Literary Festival in Mandalay over the weekend.
Aung Khaing portrays traditional Burmese themes but with a modern influence.
‘Sittwe’ follows the lives of a Rohingya girl and a Buddhist boy in troubled Rakhine State.
Zaw Lu Min, who died last year, created art from every day objects around him. His work will be on display at OK Gallery.
Nay Tun’s seventh solo exhibition features depictions of monks collecting alms and women planting rice.
‘December Morning’ Exhibition Captures the Vibrancy of the Season
Animal-loving Artists Showcased in Exhibition of Pet Portraiture
‘The Umbrellas’ Exhibition Turns Everyday Objects into Art
Ex-Political Prisoner Makes Art From Plastic Refuse
Will Yangon’s Secretariat be Returned to the Public?
Burma Town Wants the Secret Out: George Orwell Slept Here
Two Temples in Bagan Collapse Two Months After Earthquake
Board of Trustees Formed to Spearhead Secretariat Renovations
‘Poetry Is Like Eating Delicious Food… It Is Pure Pleasure’
Lost Warriors: Seagrim and Pagani of Burma, The Last Great Untold Story of WWII
Myanmar’s Enemy Within: Buddhist Violence and the Making of a Muslim ‘Other’
Mapping Chinese Rangoon – Place and Nation Among the Sino-Burmese