Bart, 23, who made his name as a graffiti artist, has produced seven paintings for his first exclusive exhibition, ‘God Complex’.
From parties to performance art to exhibitions by renowned and up-and-coming artists, there’s plenty to keep you entertained in Yangon in the coming week.
Through the voices of prominent local artists, video magazine Silence is Golden records contemporary art in Myanmar since the transition to democracy began.
In the coming week in Yangon see a controversial art exhibition, attend an international startup competition and enjoy plenty of partying and networking opportunities too.
Artist Htein Lin’s bold new exhibition, ‘Skirting the Issue’, invites participants to question whether and why they follow discriminatory customs.
In the coming week in Yangon, you can attend a free Star Wars-themed climbing session, relive the 90s through music or simply head over to the ICT fair.
Nyo Win Pe's paintings depict the simple life of rural Myanmar — village pagoda festivals, novice monks, buffalo herders, bazaars.
Ask painter, writer and filmmaker U Win Pe—one of Myanmar’s most celebrated living artists—to define his talent and he’ll tell you he’s ‘just a storyteller’.
In this final week before Thingyan festivities take over, have fun at water festival-themed events, see a Japanese photo exhibition or join discussions on the local startup scene.
Reputed artist Than Htay shifts his focus from landscapes to nudes without losing his legendary mastery of color.
This weekend in Yangon, switch off for Earth Hour before you power up for seven days of art, music, dining, tech startup talks and pool parties.
With a number of St. Patrick’s Day parties and the international Gout de France food event in the coming seven days, there is a truly international buzz about Yangon this week.
This coming week, Yangon has lots of opportunities to enjoy fun and lively entertainment through live music, performance art, theater, art exhibitions and more.
Singer and songwriter Gabriel Phway’s first full album displays a wide range of musical influences and a unique imagination
Myint Soe’s latest installation at the Nawaday Tharlar Art Gallery suggests Myanmar’s charter is a poor recipe for democracy