Recent and archived articles by Ooi Kok Chuen
WHAT does a tiny fishing community have to do with art? Well, everything, if you're talking about the Sasaran International Arts Festival, which opened at the obscure fishing village near Kuala Selangor on Dec 8, and ends today.
Artifacts, replicas and reconstructions are on show at a display that leads up to the 100th anniversary of the Titanic tragedy.
Culture, craft and contemporary techniques mark a regional competition that highlights issues relevant to the artists.
The grand old man of Indonesian modern art is finally appearing on our shores.
A centennial show pays tribute to an artist who was constantly searching for a new idiom.
The gargantuan paintings in this exhibition are certainly eye-catching but look beyond their size and you will see the intriguing ideas behind their creation.
Living a creative life can feed the soul and provide a unique perspective.
TAN Choon Ghee, known for capturing the elusive moments of Penang street life in pearly watercolours, has died.
Czech glass art doesn't just sparkle. It speaks - with humour, sensuous allure, and pure whimsy.
The award is just in terms of quantum and astute in circumventing the big question of restoration from a legal and practical viewpoint.