The Freddie Mercury biopic ranks as the second-best start for a music biopic, following just 2015's "Straight Outta Compton."
Nay Myo has finally put on an exhibition of nude paintings; he has dreamed of doing so since he was an art student obsessed with Modigliani in the 1980s.
In his latest solo show, Ko Ko Naing captures scenes from an ever-changing city.
Halloween, hip-hop, music shows, traditional dancing and more – all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy.
Painter Harn Lay, photographer Sai Kyaw Khaing challenge social mores with their nude studies
Painter Kyaw Kyaw Lwin’s surreal preoccupations will be on display in his first solo exhibition on Oct. 20-24 in Yangon.
Artist Aung Win, famous for colorful depictions of Kyaukse elephant dancers, delves into the world of nudes with bold elegance.
A football friendly, classical music concert, boxing, reggae and more — all in Yangon this week, as picked by The Irrawaddy.
The winning bid for the bust, sculpted by a Norwegian artist, was made by the chairman of a company working in mineral production, infrastructure and construction, and real estate.
Painter Tin Maung Oo has long trained his artistic eye on rural Myanmar and her traditions. For his 11th solo exhibition, the devout cubist is branching out.
Ne Tun is known for combining traditional Myanmar art with modernist aesthetics. For his latest show he has brought together another unlikely pairing — love and horror.
This week sees a selection of art, music and photography exhibitions, a Kachin-themed charity event and the much-anticipated TEDxYangon event.
“We’re sending a message about society’s problems and we hope the audience gets it,” said Kaung Myat Maung.
A trio of modernist artists has brought scenes of Chin State’s Falam and the famous elephant dance festival of Kyaukse to downtown Yangon.
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.