Nay Tun’s seventh solo exhibition features depictions of monks collecting alms and women planting rice.
21 The News For 21 October 2017
Renowned Arakanese painter Than Kyaw Htay marks the 20th anniversary of his arrival in Yangon with a solo exhibition centered on migrants.
U Aye Mint, famous for his designs of the five and 10 kyat notes under Gen. Ne Win, passes away in Amarapura.
Artist Kyaw Phyu San depicts the many lives of Buddha and rural scenes of Myanmar in his sixth solo exhibition.
Artist Ye Minn’s newest exhibition creatively depicts the various states of the human mind.
Maung Maung Thein displays his work depicting Myanmar and Thailand in Yangon.
His artwork has evolved over the decades to include abstract painting, installation, ceramic art and performance.
Censors prompt Wathann Film Festival organizers to manually block parts of films and one director to cancel her screening.
Artist Win Tint employs new painting techniques in his sixth solo show.
The festival’s 7th edition showcases both local and international independent films.
Wade’s book is a useful and somewhat controversial contribution to the ongoing debate over the conflict that is tearing Rakhine State apart, writes Lintner.
Modernist Ko Sid explores how colors create beauty in his solo exhibition at OK Art Gallery.
New exhibition will show at Bo Aung Kyaw Street Gallery in Yangon.
Two artists depict life in the central plains, in a gallery show at Aung San Stadium.
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