Haffendi Anuar recognised as one of the world's exciting sculptors in '100 Sculptors Of Tomorrow' book

  • Arts
  • Thursday, 05 Sep 2019

Have an open mind when making sculptures, be playful and experimental when layering materials, forms and ideas, and don’t limit yourself to preconceived notions of what sculptures should be or represent,' says Haffendi. Photo: Eiffel Chong

Haffendi Anuar continues to put Malaysia on the map with his artworks. The Kuala Lumpur-based contemporary artist is featured as one of the world's exciting young sculptors in the book 100 Sculptors Of Tomorrow, written by Kurt Beers, the director of London-based Beers gallery.

The book, published by London-based company Thames & Hudson and released on Sept 5, is a culmination of a year-long search to identify the 100 emerging sculptors working around the world today.

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