Malaysian artist Latif Maulan's digital thinking has kept him connected with global art world


For three years now, Pahang-based visual artist Latif Maulan has been posting time lapse videos of him painting portraits on his social media channels.

Little did he realise that this tech-savvy habit would come in handy during these pandemic times. Living away from the Klang Valley art collector scene has made Latif, 46, more resourceful in marketing his art and keeping the masses updated on his studio works.

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