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.
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.
Twenty-seven modernists are displaying more than 50 works at a contemporary art exhibition at OK Art Gallery in Aung San Stadium.
In his 10th solo exhibition, painter Lynn Wunna ventures into abstract territory.
Ohn Khaing Zin’s exhibition features portraits of artists who influenced him from childhood but have since passed away.
A group exhibition at 43 Art Gallery showcases paintings, installations and video art of six artists who offer social and political commentary in their works.
Aung Kyi Soe will display 10 works that invoke Picasso’s Guernica
Latest event in Yangon drew strong interest from among city’s youth
Music, travel and art shows, a book sale, bareknuckle boxing, Japanese food, German film and more — all in Yangon this week as picked by The Irrawaddy
Thurein depicts rural scenes in rough brushwork, black lines and dazzling colors.