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Rangoon Rhythm: The Bamboo Trio

Many rap artists, rock musicians, and pop singers have been reached out by us; but never before a Jazz band. The...

A Complex of Mother Love: In Memory of a Late Artist

Our relationship, connection, and conversations with our mothers can be rather extraordinary and is a rather unique topic to examine. This may...

Consciousness of Realities: A sculptor’s interpretation of a diverse Myanmar

In the spacious Myanm/art Gallery where Aung Myat Htay’s new exhibition is featured, MYANMORE sits down with him to grasp an in-depth...

[Review] MICRO: Mainstream Punk Rock to Pretentious Art Flop

In my opinion, art is made so that humans can openly express themselves or portray feelings of anguish, despair, joy, sadness, or...

Rangoon Rhythm: Abnormal December

“Ruby ruby ruby ruby soho!” Rancid’s Tim Armstrong screams, sporting his mohawk -- which is one of many songs that inspired Eaiddhi,...

Bart was Not Here: God Complex

Bart Was Not Here—or there; when I checked out his solo exhibition at the Myanm/art gallery. Oddly named God Complex, many would...

Rangoon Rhythm: Floke Rose

Since the beginning of ACID, one of the pioneer rap groups of Myanmar, the local underground hip-hop scene has been usually packed...

Htein Lin solo exhibition: Skirting the issue

ဘုန္း(hpon), "power," is the concept of male superiority and misogyny that justifies the inequality of women and men, who are regarded as...

Myitkyina’s very first art exhibition

From April 2 to 5, the Kachin Cultural Organization will host Myitkyina’s first artist exhibition. Free and open to the public, the...

Chasing the dreams: Nobel Aung

An Animator Nobel Aung shares the journey of finding himself in the fantasy dreamworld of Myanmar’s animation panorama. A...
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