Veteran photographer Eric Peris will exhibit 18 of his latest black & white photographic prints in his solo show,Bhata, which means "brother".
Established by HOM Art Trans in 2007, the Young & New group show is an open-call exhibition for Malaysian artists under 35 years of age.
This group show offers newer talents the chance to exhibit and expose their works to a wider audience. It also serves as a stepping stone for the new talents to kick-start their professional careers as visual artists.
Building on ideas related to principles of audience building and engagement, the workshop conductors will look at different approaches to programming and the development of artistic direction and curation.
Latest solo exhibition by Indonesian artist Syagini Ratna Wulan, entitled ahead of itself already being in.
While Syagini has worked in media as diverse as installations and drawings, and has included elements in her artworks, she has also been exploring the interplay of light, colour and perception.
These explorations are reflected in her "abstract sculptural" paintings.
As part of the ongoing, ESCAPE from the SEA multi-media art programme, key participants such as Ali Alasri, Faiq Syazwan Kuhiri, Mark Teh and Wong Tay Sy will be involved in The Complete Futures of Malaysia programme, conceived as a series of research and creative projects.
The programme which includes in a panel discussion, is aimed at investigating changing perceptions of the future in Malaysia and beyond.
The inaugural chapter includes three public events focusing on specific aspects of the future:
- ways of framing the future
Mimpi Jadi Lanskap relates to a group exhibition featuring 13 local artists.
The participating artists are Khairul Izham, Fauzulyusri, Fendy Zakri, Najib Bamadhaj, Gan Tee Sheng, Syahmi Jamaluddin, Amy Nazira, Faizal Suhif, Syahbandi Samat, Hisyamuddin Abdullah, Sabihis Pandi, Al-Khuzairie Ali and Agnes Lau.
Unsung Heroines relate to an international feminist charity event, born from the aspiration of celebrating all women in Malaysia - especially resilient and courageous refugees.
The exhibition presents several Malaysian, Myanmar and French female artists from diverse background.
The show includes a catalog with detailed text and introduces the artists and their works.
All the artworks are for sale in support of the Tanma Federation which assist in projects for Myanmar women refugees in Kuala Lumpur.
In conjunction with Mark Tan's ongoing Arrangements solo exhibition, there will be a workshop on mono-printing by the artist on April 15 at 11.30am followed with a talk at 3pm. The talk will be moderated by fellow artist Haffendi Anuar.