Good Morning towels as contemporary Malaysian art? But of course!

Chong Yi Lins Evanescent Series (thread, eastern gouache, mineral pigment ink on Good Morning towels, 2017).

Sometimes you get oddball stuff when it comes to contemporary art. Even more so when a gallery attempts to shed some light on the unconventional, as Richard Koh Fine Art in Kuala Lumpur is doing in its third instalment of Malaysian Art, A New Perspective.

At the far end of the gallery, there's a table with handmade books on display and a banner that looks like a bit of a cluttered mess, as though the designer couldn’t decide on what he wanted, so he ended up keeping everything including his face.

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