MPP Ye Myint's latest show is filled with majestic paintings of a bygone Bagan's temples and gates. But the works hold a critical message.
Many in Myanmar still believe that a man will lose his "hpone," or spiritual power, if his clothes are washed with a woman's sarong. Htein Lin wants them to reconsider.
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Thurein depicts rural scenes in rough brushwork, black lines and dazzling colors.
Soe Naing’s solo exhibition features work made of turpentine, oil and sketched figures on glass.
For those tired of landscapes and portraits, an ongoing exhibition in Yangon is showcasing something a little more uncanny.
Sein Myint is a modernist painter with a scholarly appreciation of traditional Myanmar culture and customs.
An ongoing exhibition called "Seven Decades" features old and new works of 18 artists reflecting on important moments throughout the 70 years since Myanmar gained independence.
“This exhibition isn’t about looking at old art from past years. It’s about creating new art to recall past decades,” said Htein Lin.