TitikMerah features intimate Malaysian artwork with stories that matter

Zahran's Profanity (ink on paper, 2019). Photo: TitikMerah Collective

The TitikMerah Collective – founded by visual artists Raja Azeem Idzham (better known as Ajim Juxta), Adeputra Mastri and Latif Maulan in 2014 – is synonymous with exhibitions that encourage young and emerging artists to explore their ideas freely.

This “grassroots-level gallery” operates in the spirit of collaboration, engagement and community building, and offers new artists a much-needed platform free from the obligatory parameters of commercial galleries, according to Ajim.

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