Art, literature, history? Ilham Gallery stays relevant with new virtual and archival content


  • Arts
  • Monday, 15 Jun 2020

It won’t be until another month before Ilham Gallery in Kuala Lumpur starts welcoming visitors again.

The plan is reopen – with public health measures in place – in July with Bayangnya Itu Timbul Tenggelam: Photography Culture In Malaysia, an exhibition curated by Simon Soon, Azril K. Ismail and Hoo Fan Chon.

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