Recent and archived articles by Ooi Kok Chuen
What's with an 'art work' that involves carrying a kampung house down a road? Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of contemporary art in Malaysia, covered thoroughly in this significant book.
Two artists with Malaysian roots are flying high in the international art scene.
There is no shortage of newcomers to provide a new focus and perspective on culture and the arts. But are they original enough?
An eagerly awaited exhibition finds one of Malaysias great artists in playful mood and top form as the mark-maker and the iconoclast, and the poet of small and invisible things.
Record sales for some works, but generally sombre showing at art auction.
The Malaysian art auction scene continues unabated. Will the momentum last?
By playing with the visible and invisible, Ahmad Zakii Anwar creates tension in images that are open to interpretation.
The travelling show from the Aga Khan Museum presents functional items and devotional paeans.
Keep on eye on the new generation of artists in this three-decade-old society.
Paris, the city of love and often, heartbreak, inspires a veteran who thrives on dualism.