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Leading Malaysian contemporary artist Ivan Lam recently returned to Wei-Ling Gallery with an exhibition that charted a non-linear passage through time, taking objects and ideas that have occurred in his practise over the decades and adding insight and context to them. Small works + drawings was a sort of general…

Kuala Lumpur might not be the first place that comes up when talking about street art but the Malaysian capital actually has a wealth of supremely talented artists who use the roads, back alleys, highways, walls and more as their canvas.  If you’re exploring the inner streets of KL (and…

Located on the sixth floor of The Gardens Mall, Wei-Ling Contemporary has been a favourite haunt for lovers of modern art and art in general. Having reopened on 8 July 2020 following the MCO, it has hit the floor running with a mesmerising exhibition.Malaysian artist Chen Wei Meng, whose 2016 solo…

When the Saloma Link, or Pintasan Saloma, opened last February, it became the only thing connecting the Malay enclave of Kampung Baru and Jalan Ampang in decades. The bridge’s striking form, which resembles sirih junjung – a traditional arrangement of betel leaves used in Malay weddings, quickly rose through the…

Richard Koh Fine ArtHaving opened its doors in 2005, Richard Koh Fine Art has become one of the most established names in the Southeast Asian art scene with galleries in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok. A pair of new exhibitions in the first two cities launch this month, one a…

Established nearly three decades ago in 1992, Galeri Petronas was created with the purpose of nurturing, promoting and preserving modern and contemporary art in Malaysia. It has since hosted many an exhibit, putting not only the art but the talents behind them too in the spotlight.In response to the COVID-19…

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…