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.
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.
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.
In conjunction with Georgetown Festival 2017, base2 - a private gallery established by the founder of Witness Collection, Adrian Jones - presents a selection of works from Witness Collection, which showcases works by Vietnamese artists who documented the war in Vietnam including daily life during the wartime. These so-called front line artists’ work leads into those artists who found the subject of war a source of inspiration for new forms of expression.
Gajah Gallery Yogyakarta presents an exhibition to celebrate the talents of a group of young Indonesian artists namely Agung Santosa, Fika Riasantika, Gusmen Heriadi, Iabadiou Piko, Nofria Doni Fitri and Ridho Rizki. Entitled Knowing Incompleteness, the exhibition aims to explore the "incompleteness" in an artwork.
From a philosophical perspective, the theme represents the ever-present yet enigmatic ‘gap’ which exists between the works and their reality – this enigma in itself is interesting enough to explore, observe and experience.
Anne Samat's first solo exhibition entitled Sultanate in the Eye, Monarchy at Heart will feature eight works from her Freedom series, which comprise wall-mounted mixed media sculptures as well as installation works with free-standing sculptures.
In search of new textures, Anne substitutes the traditional with the contemporary – she employs yarn, polyester and rattan sticks instead of the conventional silk and cotton, injecting a new identity to an art form often mistaken as craft.
The exhibition opens on Aug 9 at 5pm.
A photography exhibition by Japanese artist Daido Moriyama, 79, will be showcased at A+ Works of Art, the latest addition to Kuala Lumpur's contemporary art gallery, founded by Joshua Lim.
Entitled Mapping City, the exhibition is curated by Gwen Lee, director of DECK, an independent art space in Singapore. The show traces the artist’s fascination and interest in the “city”, particularly Tokyo, which dominated most of his creations since the Sixties.
Sacred Altars is the latest solo show of Anurendra Jegadeva, better known as J. Anu. The exhibition documents his 30 years in the art scene.
The show will be launched on July 28 at 7pm by Malaysian lawyer and human rights advocate Datuk Ambiga Sreenevasan.
Prior to that at 6pm, the artist will hold a dialogue session with Eddin Khoo, writer and Pusaka director, to discuss his latest works and his journey so far.
RSVP is required for the dialogue as seating is limited.
Configuration: Parallel Universe is the fifth edition to the ongoing Configuration exhibition series.
The latest show features 23 works by 11 artists from Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The artists from Malaysia are Umibaizurah Mahir, Gan Chin Lee, Cheong Tuck Wai, Fadilah Karim, Hisyamuddin Abdullah, Gan Sze Hooi while from Thailand are Lampu Kansanoh, Palut Marod and Jamon Nimnark as well as Valerie Chua from the Philippines and Valdo Manullang from Indonesia.