Artist Chuu Wai Nyein’s 4th solo exhibition was held from March 30 to April 8 at the Gallery 65. Named ‘One Ten Hundreds’, it explored the issue of women identity …

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Thar Gyi stopped creating impressionist paintings, which are popular and sell well among art fans, in order to create a new style. “Artists must have a rebellious streak,” he said. …

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Myanmar artist Tin Maung Oo has been interested in art all of his life. Born in Yangon in 1949 he developed drawing skills at an early age, but he was …

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While San Zaw Htway was in Insein prison, serving a 36-year sentence, he would gather the inedible, raw grains that were mixed in with his daily bowl of rice and …

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Like 90% of countries around the world, every year Burma (now Myanmar) marks the day its corner of the world was supposed to have changed for the better. Here it’s …

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U AUNG MIN of Yangon’s Magic Art Gallery declared last week’s Yangon Art Expo the best exhibition of Myanmar art for 100 years. Objectivity may have been elusive when the …

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By the 1920s, researchers were just about ready to throw in the towel regarding that straightforward question, “What’s your favorite color?” People’s answers appeared far too idiosyncratic to study in …

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Chinese artist Ai Weiwei will world premiere his documentary “Human Flow,” about massive human displacement and migration caused by the current refugee crisis, at the upcoming Venice Film Festival. Ahead …

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Art Seasons Singapore is presenting Burmese artist Min Zaw’s solo exhibition, titled “Early Watercolor Works.” For decades Burma lived under severe censorship laws which hindered the art world to a …

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ARTISTS are notoriously tormented – think about Van Gogh and his mutilated left ear. Some argue frustration is part of their creative process, but how about their fans? Should they …

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