01 Nov 2018 to 12 Nov 2018

Halal Haram is a group exhibition featuring 26 artists. They are Ahmad Shukri Mohamed, Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Amira Yasmine Aminanda, Anniketyni Madian, Arif Fauzan, Badruddin Wahab, Bayu Utomo Radjikin, Chong Ai Lei, Chong Siew Ying, Datuk Sharifah Fatimah Zubir, Dinn Diran, Faizal Suhif, Fatah Taib, Hana Zamri, Ilse Noor, Izat Arif, Jalaini Abu Hassan, Kow Leong Kiang, Nia Khalisa, Ramlan Abdullah, Saiful Razman, Sophia Kamal, Umibaizurah Mahir Ismail, Yee I-Lann, Zariq Zin and Zulkifli Lee.

Poesy's World

18 Nov 2018 to 02 Dec 2018

Poesy's World is a solo exhibition by Malaysian artist Poesy Liang.

The exhibition will feature 54 selected works from several ongoing series, such as the well known Rooftop Cats and Cupcake Cats. They range in size from 10cm by 10cm to 160cm by 160cm and are priced from RM420 to RM16,600.

Malaysian Art since the 1990s

27 Oct 2018

Galeri Petronas is organising a panel discussion relating to a recent publication by Sarena Adbullah, entitled Malaysian Art since the 1990s: Postmodern Situation.

Panelists include Beverly Yong, Dr. Sharmiza Abu Hassan and Badrolhisham M. Tahir. The panel will be moderated by Nur Hanim Mohamed Khairudin.

Among topics covered in the discussion will be;

A woman's charm

24 Oct 2018 to 05 Nov 2018

Wanita dan Warisan is Indonesian artist Nugroho Wijayatmo's first solo exhibition in Malaysia.

It is said that Nugroho's portraits of women, are a celebration of their beauty and are almost always seductive in nature.

Detail is concentrated in the eyes and lips - this is said to be key in capturing the passive, yearning expressions of the subject.

The exhibition features 17 oil canvas works which measure from 150cm by 120cm to 170cm by 140cm.

Prints up for grabs

20 Oct 2018 to 03 Nov 2018

Go Block is a group exhibition featuring Faizal Suhif, Juhari Said, Samsudin Wahab and Shahrul Jamili.

The exhibition's concept is said to introduce and innovative take on printmaking and its processes.

The opening reception will be on Oct 20 at 8pm.

A lucky draw will be held before the reception at 5.30pm. The first 100 guests will be given a chance to win one of eight prints from the artists.

Following the lucky draw, the four artists will speak about their works. The talk is at 6pm and will be moderated by G13 director Kenny Teng.

Commentary on society

17 Oct 2018 to 17 Nov 2018

A solo exhibition by Thai artist Nopchai Ungkavatanapong will be held at Richard Koh Projects; a pop-up space in Bangkok under Malaysian gallery Richard Koh Fine Art.

The exhibition will present recent works comprising installations made out of readymade objects, neon lights and electronical components.

In a press release, the artist is quoted as saying "My work is a compilation of intertextuality. I use signs (objects) to communicate my
interpretations of humans’ existences and phenomenon."

The opening reception is on Oct 17 at 2pm.

Remembering Chua Ek Kay

20 Oct 2018 to 20 Dec 2018

A Long Way from Home 近觀遠濤 is an exhibition featuring the works of the late Singaporean artist Chua Ek Kay.

Curated by Art Agenda S.E.A. founder Wang Zineng, the exhibition sees a collaboration between the advisory firm and students of SMU-X’s Arts and Culture Management course, led by Professor Kwok Kian Chow.

A total of 24 paintings will be exhibited, many never previously seen. The works are on loan from a private collection.

Trendy art

26 Oct 2018 to 22 Nov 2018

Trendy Vibes is a group exhibition featuring eight Malaysian artists. They are Alice Loo, Dr. Baharuddin Arus, Jeremy Lee, Koh Teng Huat, Maizul Affendy, Moses Khor, Soon Lai Wai and Yew Souf.

It is said that the artists have been to asked to come up with works that are 'trendy' (artistic creation that is modern and up to date according to the artist's interpretation) with vibes (emotions) expressed in the work.

The opening reception is on Oct 28 at 12.30pm.

Looking ahead, remembering the past

12 Oct 2018 to 31 Oct 2018

As deep as I could remember, as far as I could see is the first solo exhibiiton by Malaysian artist Caryn Koh.

Based in the UK, Koh's works featured in the exhibition are said to be efforts in remembering her past, while also looking forward to what life has to offer.

The opening reception is on Oct 13 at 7pm.

The further you stand, the clearer you see

17 Oct 2018 to 21 Nov 2018

The further you stand, the clearer you see is Malaysian artist Yim Yen Sum’s first solo exhibition in her home country.

The exhibition is said to shed light on the notion of memories linked to architecture.

Yim is said to be “intrigued by historical buildings across Malaysia – at the same time distressed by their rapid disappearance.”

Thus leading her to “create embroidery patchworks that mix and match portions of different structures, as if recycling them into new edifices.”