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The Road – Ambiguity at Lokanat Galleries

The Road. Where does it lead? The artists, themselves, are a small group of both renowned and upcoming talents with a large...

Call for Artists

Are you interested in exhibiting at an Open Art Exhibition in Yangon? Applications are now open. The British University of Yangon, in...

A visual feast at Gallery 65’s latest show

Today, the beautiful Gallery 65 opened its doors to invite art lovers and collectors, everyone to feast their eyes – or maybe...

ဗလာအလြတ္ (Ba Lah Ah Lut) – Fundamentals of Myanmar AbEx

An AbEx artist through and through, Soe Naing uses both oil and acrylic, to present ဗလာအလြတ္ or “Nothing but Blank.” This exhibition...

The 9th Wathann Film Festival arrives in time

Wathann or Monsoon Film Festival is now being held at three different locations in Yangon: Waziya Cinema, Goethe Institute and Japan Foundation...

Guillaume D’Agaro: Speaking Through Layers

Guillaume D’Agaro is a French mixed-medium visual artist, besides being an elementary school teacher at The French International School of Yangon.

Rangoon Rhythm: Bouhinga

Bouhinga are recording in Myanm/art, a white-walled, high-ceiled art gallery in downtown Yangon. Outside, heavy rain is falling, and dirty water is...

Kaung Su: The Birth and Death of Civilization

In about 3200 BC, the two earliest civilizations developed in the region where southwest Asia joins northeast Africa. From that point onwards,...

08:06:06 – The Rising of Six

No pretentious allegories, no secretive bigger picture; this is 08:06:06 by 6 different artists, for the 3rd time, on the 8th month...

JCGV introduces Cine & Forêt

Ever thought about watching a movie in a forest with your friends or significant other? Cine & Foret is a new initiative...
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