Unparalleled Eye

08 Sep 2017 to 22 Sep 2017

Unparalleled Eye Beyond Sight refers to a ​joint-exhibition ​by young artists, Aimi Atikah and Nik Mohd Shahfiz.
Both artists use metaphors and symbolism in their story-telling to create meaning based on their experiences.

​​This exhibition showcases 10 ​recent works​ on canvas​ which revolves around the idea on how​ they​ reach their conclusion ​based o​n​ their observation at a different time frame and space​.

Prices of the works range from RM​4,500 to RM8,800. Sizes are from 152.5cm by 122cm to 244cm by 153cm.

60 Years of ​M​alaysian Abstract Art​

31 Aug 2017 to 21 Jan 2018

In conjunction with the 60th anniversary of Malaysia's Independence, Bank Negara will stage a group exhibition entitled, The Unreal Deal: Six Decades of  ​Malaysian Abstract Art.

The show features some 100 works by 28 artists of different generations ranging from senior artists to youngsters.

The distinguished painters include Latiff Mohidin, Datuk Syed Ahmad Jamal, Datuk Ibrahim Hussein, Jolly Koh and Datuk Sharifah Fatimah Zubir.


26 Aug 2017 to 06 Sep 2017

Sensation is the latest group exhibition that features 34 works by 32 local artists​.

The participating artists are​

Perspective of Young Artists

29 Aug 2017 to 19 Sep 2017

Malaysian Art, A New Perspective refers to the third annual group exhibition of the gallery, featuring the works of  six emerging artists, namely, Chong Yi Lin, Dhavinder Singh, Faizal Yunus, Ho Mei Kei, Izat Arif and Jun Ong.

 Besides, traditional media like printmaking, mix-media, painting, drawing, collage and embroidery, the works include those that embrace new media as well as technology in the form of a 2-D light, sculpture-installation and an audio-visual installation.

Disconnection and Connection

25 Aug 2017 to 16 Sep 2017

Johor-based artist Phuan Thai Meng, 43, will exhibit a selection of hyper-realist paintings, installations and an interactive project, in his solo show, Hey Malaysian, Something You [  ] Leave Behind! 

He works with postcards, newspapers and documents such as the identity card, to communicate the contradictions of nationhood and the importance of knowing where you come from.

The New Now

26 Aug 2017 to 17 Sep 2017

The New Now group exhibition features the works of seven emerging artists, most of whom recently graduated from art institutions. 

The participating artists are Kayleigh Goh, Kuat Zhi Hooi, Lim Charlotte, Gabrielle Tolentino, Leonard Wee, Wong Jia Yi and Benedict Yu. 

Transit Art

26 Aug 2017 to 09 Sep 2017

Entitled Transit A1, latest group exhibition comprises 37 artworks.

Participating artists are:

Suspending Light

19 Aug 2017 to 22 Aug 2017

Entitled Suspending Light Within Photography, this group exhibition features recent works by four photographers. They are Hilda Vandermeulen, Alan Dougans, Brett Shields, and local artist Fai Suk Kow. 

Covering human interest subjects plus landscape and nature, the photographs offer an intimate look at the way the photographers view their diverse subject matter.

Each of them is well-traveled and the images are touted to offer an international feel. 

All the prints are for sale.

Song of Eucalyptus by Datuk Sharifah Fatimah

05 Sep 2017 to 01 Oct 2017

Malaysian senior artist Datuk Sharifah Fatimah Syed Zubir's latest solo exhibition is entitled Song of Eucalyptus.

The show features 32 works and the event marks 50 years of her art practice.

Sharifah Fatimah's latest works continue to incorporate the eucalyptus bark, which is of symbolic meaning to her and is said to evoke the sense of a forest-in-a-painting as well as offer tactile and textural qualities.

Big & Small Paintings by 13 Penang Artists

13 Aug 2017 to 03 Sep 2017

In conjunction with the 60th Malaysian Independence Day, Galeri Seni Mutiara will be organising a group show entitled Big and Small Painting Exhibition 2017, which features 26 works by local artists.

The participating artists are Heng Eow Lin, Cheung Pooi Yip, Koay Soo Kau, Fong Kim Sing, Khoo Cheang Jin, Chan Chiow Teng, Dato' Chuah Kooi Yong, Loo Hooi Nam, Lee Choon Kooi, Calvin Chua, Lee Chi Hin, Tan Kai Sheuan and Keng Seng Choo.

The prices for the artworks range from RM1,800 to RM35,000 and sizes vary between 30.5cm by 30.5cm and 50cm by 138cm.