Min Zaw (born 1972, Myanmar) earned his art degree from Yangon, State School of Fine Art with a thesis on the art of Bagyi Aung Soe. Since the 1990s, Min Zaw has had many exhibitions in Yangon, from the early days in the famous Lokanat Gallery, to the River Gallery, and now as the resident artist in Studio Square. His first exhibition in Singapore in 2000, titled “Through Myanmar Eyes,” was in Art Seasons Gallery. Since then, Min Zaw has had numerous solo and group exhibitions in Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand, and the USA.
His works are in the collections of the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum and Singapore Art Museum and in numerous private collections from Asia to the United States of America.
The artworks in "Min Zaw – New Landscape" feature elaborate acrylic paper collage works of townscapes, rural landscapes, and temples in Bagan. These artworks are simplistic, impressionistic and yet an abstract take on Min Zaw's style at its best.
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