Horizon 2014

29 Jan 2014

Opening on Jan 29, Artelier gallery will hold an exhibition by four local landscape artists entitled “Horizon 2014-A Malaysian Landscape Exhibition”. The participating artists are Fauzin Mustafa, Johan Marjonid, Zainal Abidin Musa and Alan Ng. The exhibition highlights the use of various techniques and media in portraying the Malaysian landscape.


MEA Award 2013

26 Jan 2014

Organised by HOM (House of Matahati art gallery) and Galeri Chandan, the MEA Award is a competition that honours young emerging artists in Malaysia.

Five artists with the highest number of votes from a judging panel will receive RM3,000 cash, RM2,000 worth of art supply vouchers and a travel grant of 10 days to Indonesia.  All five winners will have a showcase exhibition in August this year plus a one-man show in 2015. Participants were required to submit three artworks produced in 2012 and 2013 which have never been exhibited locally.

Second Art Residency Program in Jeju Island | Baik

22 Apr 2017

Following the successful launch of its first residency program in Mexico City, Baik Art will be organising its next residency program in Jeju Island, Korea this fall. The residency, conceived in collaboration with Professor Choi Tae Man of Kookmin University, will provide a valuable opportunity to showcase artistic exchange and communication transcending regional boundaries.

Sense-Making: A Travelling Art Exhibition

05 Oct 2014

A curated travelling art exhibition featuring artists from Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore will open this Saturday, Oct 5, at 6.30pm in the ChinaHouse Gallery, Penang.

Amongst the participating artists are Malaysian artists Renny Cheng, Louise Low Seok Loo, Low Chee Peng and Tan Kai Shuean, Singaporean artists Ernest Chan Tuck Yew, Tang Kin Yee, Justin Foo Zhi Kai, Yong Kah Kin, and from Hong Kong, Eva Chan, Chow Siu Mou, Alex Heung Kin Fung, Carol Lee Mei Kuen and Leo Wong Chun Yam.

New Perspectives

05 Jul 2014

Just launched, Wei-Ling Gallery’s new space at the E&O Hotel, Penang marks the gallery’s third space in Malaysia. The gallery’s other spaces, Wei-Ling Gallery (2002) and Wei-Ling Contemporary (2011) are located in Brickfields, Kuala Lumpur and The Gardens Mall respectively.


Initially set up to showcase the works of Malaysian contemporary artists, the focus of the gallery is to promote the best of contemporary Malaysian art and to support and nurture the careers of the country’s most promising artists.