Kyee Myintt Saw  (Burmese, 1939) 

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Kyee Myintt Saw, Shopping in the rainy night

 

Kyee Myintt Saw
Shopping in the rainy night
2011

The East Gallery
  
1939   Born in Yangon, Myanmar
1966   Obtained B.S. in mathematics
1973   Started painting and self taught to be a dedicated professional artist
1994   Participated in Asia Art Exhibition in China & Japan
2001 - 2002   Philip Morris Myanmar Art Awards 2001/2002
2002   ASEAN Art Awards, Bali Indonesia
  Professional career: Faculty member, Yangon Arts and Science University and the Institute of Economics.
  Currently lives in Yangon, Burma
2011   Eye on Burma, The East Gallery; Toronto
2010   ‘New Beginning’, Princeton, the USA
2010   NIGHT AND LIGHT, Solo Show, Asia Fine Art, Hong Kong (solo)
2010   Myanmar Contemporary Art Exhibition, group show, Chiang Mai University Art Center, Thailand (solo)
2009   Light, Suvannabumi Art Gallery, Chiang Mai, Thailand (solo)
2009   OPUS II Shanghai, Asia Fine Art Gallery
2008   The Sea and the City, Asia Fine Art Gallery, Hong Kong, China
2008   Burmese Masters 2008, Asia Fine Art Gallery, Hong Kong, China
2007   Burmese Masters 2007, Asia Fine Art Gallery, Hong Kong, China
2007   Yangon Nights, Asia Fine Art Gallery, Hong Kong, China (solo)
2007   Myanmar Contemporary Art, Plan B, Washington, the USA
2005   Burmese Masters, Singapore
2005   Purple shadows, Yangon, Myanmar (solo)
1973 - 2005   Over 70 group shows in Myanmar
2002   Philip Morris ASEAN Art Award, Bali
1999   Yangon Nights, Yangon, Myanmar (solo)
1994   4th ASEAN Art Show, Fukuoka, Japan
1983   Culture Exchange Program, Beijing, China