Cloudy with a chance of Zen

Seah says he spent more than year to complete his 'Too Much, Too Empty' series. Here, he can be seen working on a copper sheet at his home studio in Ampang, KL. Photo: Zelin Seah

There is something very meditative about contemporary artist Zelin Seah’s latest solo exhibition called Too Much, Too Empty at Richard Koh Fine Art (RKFA) in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur.

The exhibition, Seah’s sixth solo, which runs till Dec 21, features 15 artworks, including two site-specific installations.

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