Ilham presents an exhibition entitled Gerak Rupa Ubur Penyataan (GRUP) 1957–1973 featuring artworks by Malaysian abstract artists namely Anthony Lau, Cheong Laitong, Datuk Ibrahim Hussein, Jolly Koh, Datuk Syed Ahmad Jamal and Yeoh Jin Leng. The launch of the exhibition is on Oct 28 2017 at 6pm. Dress Code: Smart Casual. R.S.V.P. by Oct 20 2017 at email@example.com .
Hosted by Fergana Art, 30 works will be featured in the show, Bukan Makan Ditiup Angin.
The exhibition consists of mixed media works, photo collage, paintings and digital print.
Participating artists are Alex Lee, Mansoor Ibrahim, Masnoor Ramli Mahmud, Hawari Berahim and Tan Nan See.
Prices of the works range from RM1,500 to RM35,000 and sizes are from 30cm by 46cm to 52cm by 70cm.
The show opens on Nov 4 at 3pm, followed by a discussion.
Kadang Kadang Dekat Dekat Akan Datang No.3, is the third showcase of works by collaborating artists at A+ art space. The title refers to a riddle in the 1959 Malay movie, Nujum Pa’ Blalang, by the late actor-singer-director P. Ramlee.
This exhibition features works by Thai artist Ampannee Satoh (b.1983, Pattani) and Japanese contemporary artist Kentaro Hiroki (b.1976, Osaka).
Burqa series (2010) by Satoh is a response to French politics that has an impact on religion, multiculturalism and lifestyle choice.
Entitled, Sculpturing is Meditative, the latest solo show of veteran artist Chin Wan Kee features selected works from 1997 to 2017.
The exhibition focuses on the human form and the works reflect the artist's thoughts on life and humanity and the direction it has evolved over the years.
According to Chin, sculpturing work is meditative as it puts him into a position to "experience the truth and freedom in life".
The process continues to inspire him to explore the roots of his own identity.
In Between Leave is a joint-exhibition of recent works by Anahita Ghazanfari and Haris Rashid.
When contemplating the role of nature in art, Greek philosopher Aristotle's quote comes to mind. One that succinctly describes the relationship: art takes nature as its model.
Artists throughout history have been inspired by what they observe in nature, not least the richness of colors, hues and textures, and natural geometric patterns, all of which have become the basis for artistic creation.
Entitled, When Time Always Carries Its Duty Faithfully, this solo exhibition by Thai artist Jiratchaya Pripwai feature works with bold black lines and weights that seemingly and metaphorically cut through white space.
According to the gallery's press release, the works are said to allow viewers "unfurl their imagination alongside the artist" and offer "liberation" that result in an "emancipated mind".
Thai contemporary artist Natee Utarit is exhibiting seven of his paintings from his Optimism is Ridiculous series. The series began in 2012 and such works have been shown in various galleries in Asia.
Co-presented by Richard Koh Fine Art, the latest showing in Jakarta is entitled, Optimism Is Ridiculous: The Altarpieces, and the works are meant to question Western modernism.
"It is said to be a satire of modernism and capitalism, and tells of its seduction of local customs and traditions," according to the KL-based gallery's press release.
What does it mean to be modern? What shapes a modern experience? How did this experience in post-Merdeka Kuala Lumpur give rise to a new way of representing the world in painting?
The exhibition, Gerak Rupa Ubur Penyataan 1957 – 1973, traces the emergence of modern art as a cultural phenomenon in Malaysia in the 1960s through the early works of seven modern artists namely, Anthony Lau, Cheong Laitong, Ibrahim Hussein, Jolly Koh, Latiff Mohidin, Syed Ahmad Jamal, and Yeoh Jin Leng.
In conjunction with Art Expo Malaysia Plus 2017, the exhibition Sharing Happiness with Art features works from nine contemporary artists including Art Porters Gallery exclusive artists Wayan Novi (Indonesia), Aiman Hakim (Singapore), Dennis Chiang Lup Hong (Malaysia), Bestrizal Besta (Indonesia), Liu Xuan Qi (China) as well as Thai artists Artheline, Sutee Eursiriphornrit and Chirtsak Phajitsattaya.
The group show, Look This Way, showcases 13 works by local artists, Anniketyni Madian, Faizal Suhif, Khairudin Zainudin and Ain Rahman.
According to the gallery's press release, this exhibition focuses on the "methodological complexities and sentimental brazenness" and "it implores audiences to react, to look at both beauty and entropy in 'ravenous' ways."
The four young artists express their "spirits and moods in clashing yet oddly-harmonious styles; and the idea here is to strip them of their own securities."