"The Solitude Series" by Juhari Said

05 May 2017 to 17 Jun 2017

The Solitude Series is the latest outcome in Juhari Said’s ongoing quest to further explore new methods and techniques to elevate printmaking. At first glance, the abstract forms of wood may not resemble a printmaker’s creation. Often times, the layman would assume that they are sculptures. The artist, however, begs to differ. Juhari Said explains that unlike a sculpture which focuses on the malleable form, his artworks focus on surface. This is evident in the shape of the wood which is formed in a way that creates large flat areas on either side.

Natee's Flower Paintings

18 May 2017 to 08 Jun 2017

Thai artist Natee Utarit returns to Kuala Lumpur with 29 flower paintings. Entitled, It Would Be Silly to Be Jealous of a Flower, the latest works depict "melancholic and imperfect botanical images that the questions and observations of Utarit’s everyday life which he brings to the easel".

Slow Fashion Lab

29 Apr 2017 to 12 May 2017

The Slow Fashion Lab exhibition, curated by textile artist and lecturer Aprina Murwanti, encourages visitors towards a more sustainable way of dealing with clothes and textiles.

Small Works by Hamir Soib

25 Apr 2017 to 19 May 2017

Contemporary artist Hamir Soib, 48, will exhibit 50 smallish artworks from his private collection which are not for sale and another 42 works which are of similar size which will be for sale.


The sizes range from 5cm by 8cm to 8cm by 5cm. The works include  acrylic on canvas, bitumen, oil and mixed media,

Hazardous Beauty by Fauzan Omar

05 Apr 2017 to 01 May 2017

The perennial haze will come to blight Malaysia's atmosphere again in the coming months.  The haze problem makes us all vulnerable and brings a disastrous effect to the environment and wildlife. In spite of all the negativity that the haze brings us, Fauzan believes that there is a certain aesthetic element to it.


Images of Calcutta

21 Apr 2017 to 12 May 2017

Photography is a passion for India-born visual artist Subhrajit Mukherjee, 37, and two elements that excite him most are light and empty space, which he visualises in terms of darkness.

Eng Tay: The Chronicles

28 Apr 2017 to 18 May 2017

New York-based artist Eng Tay's latest solo show entitled, Eng Tay: The Chronicles (1996-2016) include etchings, oil pastel works, oil on canvas paintings and sculptures as well as painted accessory boxes.

The 30-odd works date from 1996 till the present. Prices range from RM2,000–RM780,000 each.

The artworks range in size from 20cm by 22cm for the etchings to 160cm by 240cm for the largest oil painting.

Sensuous Figures on Cloud Nine

25 May 2017 to 25 Jun 2017

The mega mendung (rain clouds) batik motif of Cirebon, Java, serves as the canopy of clouds on which Chennai-based artist Kishore Sahoo's sensuous bodies float around.

The androgynous figures seemingly drift through the moisture-laden rain clouds, forming and morphing into evermore exploration of forlorn longing to touch and be touched, states the press release from the gallery.

Brotherly Love

07 May 2017 to 07 Jun 2017

Veteran photographer Eric Peris will exhibit 18 of his latest black & white photographic prints in his solo show,Bhata, which means "brother".

The tranquil and meditative landscape images were inspired by the memory of his Peris's late brother – Bastian.
According to the organiser of the show, Peris recently dreamt of his brother who passed away decades ago when he was quite young. In that dream, the brother appeared to be a monk.
The works are priced about RM1,800 each.