Malaysian art galleries and artists resurface with virtual exhibitions

As we move into the third week of the movement control order (MCO), we see more local Malaysian art galleries and artists offering virtual experiences in their efforts to engage with the public and promote art appreciation.

These physical spaces have been closed since the start of the MCO on March 18, but plans for exhibitions don’t just halt overnight.

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