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A+ WORKS of ART presents the first exhibition in its physical space since the easing of lockdown measures, under the aptly titled group showcase, Back To Art. The opening of this exhibition also coincides with the launch of the gallery’s online viewing portal and a new project dubbed A+ Online…

Organised by Visioncy agency, Exodus-Déjà Vu is a traveling photographic exhibition that delves into the refugee crises through the images of 12 renowned photographers. In conjunction with World Refugee Day on 20 June, the exhibition goes online for the first time since its inception becoming available to a global audience.…

Art exhibitions are slowly making a comeback albeit in innovative ways. We’ve missed them and the much-needed escapism they provide so seeing them slowly spring back after months of nothing is a sight for sore eyes.With many galleries still closed for viewings and artists having to adapt to the new…

As ‘new norm’ standards set in around the world, artists everywhere are challenging themselves to create fresh forms of art that can be viewed in novel ways. Forgoing the traditional and embracing change can be a daunting prospect, the creatures of habit that we are, but for Malaysian artist Nicholas…

Art often intersects with history, politics and culture to create thoughtprovoking works that capture the imagination. If you’re looking to free your mind this month, visit these two art exhibitions where you can engross yourself in a variety of visual commentary.The Body Politic and the Body This cross-border collaboration between…

There is almost a constant flow of art exhibitions in KL throughout the year, and these two come under the spotlight this month. One showcases a range of photographic perspectives on life in this bustling capital city known as KL, and the other celebrates unique Malaysian architectural achievements. KL UrbanismFeaturing…

Should you love losing yourself in aesthetically pleasing creations, you would adore these artistic collections, each offering interesting perspectives on various themes. Hope: Cerita Dari Lembah Harapan Established in 1930 during the British colonial period, the Valley of Hope leprosarium in Sungai Buloh, Selangor has become a safe haven for…

Islamic creativity archives, hardly anywhere else in Malaysia boasts the repertoire of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM). It’s a place you could spend hours absorbing sights and information from various exhibits, including the ones in its permanent galleries – Architecture, Qur’ans & Manuscripts, India, China, Malay World, Textiles, Jewellery,…

When it comes to Islamic creativity archives, hardly anywhere else in Malaysia boasts the repertoire of the Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM). It’s a place you could spend hours absorbing sights and information from various exhibits, including the ones in its permanent galleries – Architecture, Qur’ans & Manuscripts, India, China,…

If you’re looking for a place in the city centre to indulge your creative ambitions and produce beautiful batik, the Kuala Lumpur Craft Complex should be top of your list. This iconic landmark has served as the city’s handicraft epicentre for over three decades and is home to an expansive…