‘Early Watercolor Works’ by Min Zaw at Art Seasons, Singapore

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 great extent. Many artists dabbled only in non-controversial traditional art that had Buddhist themes or Burmese landscapes. However, in 2012 censorship was abolished and there was a sort of art revival in the country. Among the new crop of artists Min Zaw created quite a few ripples with his refreshing new works that had a kind of mystery to them. His earlier series depicted traditional Burmese women who were typically non-expressive but intrigued the viewer nonetheless.

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