Cheap Spirits

19 May 2018 to 08 Jun 2018

Entitled Cheap Spirits, this exhibition by Singapore-based photographer George Wong and Singaporean painter Yeo Tze Yang comprises nine black-and-white photographs and seven oil paintings.

The works are said to celebrate the mundane by revealing the crude and sublime moments of everyday existence. The pairing of Wong’s photographs and Yeo’s paintings is touted to encourage a dialogue between the two visual art practitioners who differ in their media, generation and socio-economic background.

Stories of 11 Artworks

15 May 2018 to 29 May 2018

Entitled, Stories of 11 Artworks, this group show comprises the works of 11 emerging artists.

The participating artists are Al-Khuzairie Ali, Anniketyni Madian, Azam Aris, Cheong Tuck Wai, Chong Kim Chiew, Fazrin Abd Rahmad, Hafiz Shahimi, Meor Saifullah Lullaed, Mohd Akhir Ahmad, Ronnie Mohamad and Sabihis Md Pandi. 

The works highlight their stories, thoughts and processes. Each work is accompanied by the artist's individual statement.

Kuda-Kuda Merdeka

13 May 2018 to 31 May 2018

Entitled Kuda-Kuda Merdeka, the exhibition by local artist Mat Ali Mat Som, showcases 13 acrylic paintings.

Prices range from RM2,000 to RM20,000 and sizes between 28cm by 48cm and 150cm by 180cm. 

The show opens on May 19 at 4pm.

Face Fiction

12 May 2018 to 26 May 2018

Latest solo exhibition by local emerging artist Nik Mohd Shazmie, entitled Face Fiction, showcases 13 paintings and a sculpture.

This exhibition highlights both local and international phenomena which sparked the artist’s interest in examining them. 

It is a retelling of the story, according to the artist's interpretation. The artist uses characters in his paintings to portray his ideas.

He won the grand prize of Nando’s Art Initiative back in 2014. Since then, he has been participating in exhibitions in Malaysia and abroad.

Aqal III

12 May 2018 to 10 Jun 2018

Entitled Aqal III, this group exhibition features 40 works by 11 UiTM fine art graduates.

The participating artists are Amin Hashim, Azmir Ahmad, Che' Ahmad Azhar, Farhan Amir, Fatah Taib, Fiziana Mydin, Florence Ejoy, Jekiyah, Meor Saifulah Lulaed, Nur Amalina Md Isa and Sukhairi Shuid.

The artworks range in price from RM1,000 to RM10,000 and the sizes range from 38cm by 27cm to 113cm by 234cm.

The show opens on May 12 at 3pm.

Like a Heretic: On Vision and Belief by Suzann Victor

11 May 2018 to 10 Jun 2018

Australia-based Singaporean artist Suzann Victor showcases See Like a Heretic: On Vision and Belief.  

Based in Australia since the late 1990s, Victor's art continues to be a regular feature of the contemporary art scene in Singapore, collected and exhibited by Singapore's major cultural institutions and significant to Singapore's contemporary art history.

Celebrating Pago-Pago: Latiff Mohidin

02 May 2018

Entitled, Celebrating Pago-Pago: Latiff Mohidin, this special exhibition comprises eight oil paintings, five ink on paper works, a sketch and two etching.

The show will be launched at a date to be confirmed by the gallery.

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Lost in time

10 May 2018 to 02 Jun 2018

Lost is the title of Thai photographer Manit Sriwanichpoom’s exhibition in Kuala Lumpur.

This series emerged from an error during the artist’s attempt to scan and digitize glass negatives of photographs taken by Liang Ewe (1911 – 1992), said to be one of Thailand’s most celebrated photographers.

The resulting “errors” appear to partially cover or distort various parts of the subjects. This supposedly creates a certain sense that these people are “trapped in another dimension”.


19 Apr 2018 to 03 May 2018

Apresiasi is a group exhibition featuring the works of Aely Manaf and Nor Tijan Firdaus.

The works are said to showcase the "artists’ appreciation towards their chosen medium".

Aely’s series of oil canvas works entitled, Pasak, are said to be his explorations on various techniques in creating abstract forms.

The medium was chosen by Aely due to his familiarity and experience in working in a factory that produced "compound".

Swiss vs Southeast Asian monsters

13 Apr 2018

Malaysian artist Sharon Chin recently participated in a workshop in Switzerland entitled, Studiolog - Media/Exchange Symposium. Participants of the workshop were given short introductions to “monsters” from European and Southeast Asian traditions. The participants then interpreted the “monsters” using image, text and performance.