Yangon Convention Centre (YCC) is the private company limited and established in 2016 according to Law of the Union of Myanmar. YCC is the newest and largest multi-purpose build exhibition space in Yangon and focus is on the Exhibition Industry.
Maharzan Art Gallery is located at one of the most beautiful tourist attractions Karaweik compound. By dropping by to our art gallery you can enjoy the modern and traditional Burmese paintings as well as the serenity of Yangon City.
Maharzan Art Gallery is showcasing the huge diversity of contemporary Burmese paintings in the different forms of water color, oil on canvas and acrylic types.
We are cordially invited to you all who love enjoying paintings, arts collectors and who wish to give Burmese paintings as unique cultural presents to business partners and friends to pay a visit to Maharzan Art Gallery for pleasant experience.
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Welcome to the world of Myanmar Fine Art. Sakura Group is supporting Myanmar’s talented fine artists who are very little known by people from all around the world. Paintings, photographs and wooden carvings available.
The Yangon Gallery is an art center with sophisticated styling available to provide space for events such as art exhibition, photography exhibition, book launching, workshops, seminars and more. Between exhibitions and events, the gallery displays its collection of contemporary art and photography.
The Yangon Gallery is situated in People’s Park Compound, the quintessential location in the heart of Yangon, near the prominent Shwe Dagon pagoda.
Welcome to Myanm/art – gallery, reading room, and exhibition space located in Yangon, Myanmar. We represent artists from all over Myanmar, both young and emerging, and work to raise awareness of their ongoing creative projects, both locally and internationally.
Our experience in Myanmar over the past six years tells us one thing – there is a hell of a lot of talent, underexposed and undervalued – here in Myanmar. With all the rapid change, artists are working hard to contribute to a country in transition. We want to help these artists build their reputations, gain exposure abroad, and have access to an updated library of archival and contemporary resources. So we combined a reading room with hundreds of books and resources, adjoined to an exhibition space free to use for artists. We also work with a selection of artists we believe to be paving the way for future generations of artists, not only in country, but all over Asia and the world.
Myanm/art was originally founded as a platform to aid and contribute to the growing archive of contemporary arts in Myanmar and therefore, the larger map of Southeast Asia. It existed as an exercise of scholarship and archive, of review and editorial. One of the results of the work of Myanmart was MARCA – Myanmar Art Resource Center and Archive, an online and physical resource serving the artistic and creative community in Yangon, with pop-ups in Mandalay and Taungyi. MARCA was part of the Mobile Library program orginially founded by Asia Art Archive, and was the 3rd country host ever to over 400 books on contemporary Asian art. Learn more about MARCA’s ongoing activities here.
Visit our website on: http://www.myanmartevolution.com
TS1 is an art foundation, founded by Ivan Pun in Yangon, Myanmar in 2013. Started as pop-up space for contemporary arts in a transitioning city,TS1 is now a fundraiser for the arts, with aim to encourage the art scene in cities throughout Myanmar and enable international exchanges with artists, curators and institutions.
TS1’s platform also encourages the diversity of mediums, acting as an advisory body for the development of contemporary art in Myanmar – a cultural catalyst for future generations of creative thinkers.
In a country where there are no public art institutions, TS1 hopes to engage the public through the arts by collaborating with the numerous independent organizations throughout the country and the region.
Myanmar Deitta is a not-for-profit civil society organisation committed to developing the resources for documentary photography, filmmaking and multimedia production in Myanmar. We work to develop training opportunities and workshop programs, host photographic exhibitions and screenings of documentary film and multimedia, and provide support for independent documentary projects.
Since political reforms began to sweep through Myanmar towards the end of 2011 the country’s independent media has experienced a period of unprecedented change. The transition from draconian control to free press may still be in its infancy, but the simple fact that there now exists a recognisable independent media sector operating within the country is in itself a mark of real change.
In-depth documentary work is an essential element of an independent media, able to contextualise issues and assess their impact over extended periods of time in a way that news media cannot, as well as act as a platform for the presentation and discussion of social issues which are often overlooked by the restrictively tight remit of what we consider ‘news’. Myanmar’s emergence from decades of isolation has made it not only one of the most exciting places for documentary work, but also one of the most essential. However, in order to ensure that creative, independent documentary work thrives it needs creative, independent support.
Our gallery, library and workspace in downtown Yangon is available for rental. For further information on prices, or any of our work, please get in touch via the ‘Contact’ tab at the top of the page.
Nawaday Tharlar Gallery is an art gallery in the heart of yangon dedicated to creating a space for art and expression. We support upcoming artists and are devoted to giving the Burmese community a place that they can come see a wide range of ideas and opinions. We hold exhibitions throughout the year, and an open mic night bimonthly, where anyone can come and play music, sing, dance or read poetry.
New Treasure Art Gallery was established in 1989. It is one of the oldest and most well know Art Galleries in Myanmar. Our gallery showcases the work of more than 60 artists. We have over 350 paintings shown with a wide variety of mediums such as, Acrylic, Oil, Watercolor, Pastel, and Charcoal. We have member’s group show every 3 months. We also have many other exhibitions from many talented artists.
The first art gallery to have opened in Yangon in the 1970s. The place still boasts a colonial architecture with high ceilings and old wooden stairs. Both contemporary and traditional arts are on display every day in this landmark gallery. It opens from 9am to 5pm.