Vibrant footwear, handbags made by Myanmar’s Heart catching on among both locals and foreigners
25 The News For 25 September 2018
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.
‘Sound Weaving’ show takes visitors back to the pre-digital days of the ’80s and ’90s
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.
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.
Soe Naing’s solo exhibition features work made of turpentine, oil and sketched figures on glass.
A collaboration between the popular local brand and award-winning actress Phway Phway showcases the unique style of both.
For those tired of landscapes and portraits, an ongoing exhibition in Yangon is showcasing something a little more uncanny.
Serenity of Artist's Latest Paintings Only Skin Deep
Artist Turns Medium Into Message to Challenge Stigma of Women's Sarongs
Veteran Artists Team Up with Younger Generation at ‘Wild Eye’ Exhibition
‘Scanning’ the Imagination of a Veteran Artist
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
Author Champions Ex-President’s Legacy, Glosses over Challenges
‘Poetry Is Like Eating Delicious Food… It Is Pure Pleasure’
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’