The artist and teacher is the subject of an ongoing memorial exhibition of 300 paintings at New Treasure Art Gallery.
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Yangon Art Expo 2017 has gathered the works of 72 artists from the past 60 years.
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.
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.
Yangon Art Expo Showcases Decades of Myanmar Art
Documentary About Forgotten Myanmar Royalty Premieres in Mandalay
Censored for Years, Artist Holds His Fifth Solo Exhibition in Yangon
Rakhine Documentary Banned in Myanmar Shown in US
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
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
Blood and Silk: Power and Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia
Lawmaker Says Ministerial Appointee Failed to Declare Past Work with George Soros
ANALYSIS: A Window Opens for China to Nudge Myanmar Army Forward on Peace Process
Rakhine State Lawmaker Demands Details on Rehabilitation Plans for 3 Townships
US Embassy Suspends Official Travel to Rakhine Townships