Caravaggio meets nasi lemak: M'sian artist imitates Italian masters, adds local spice


Ali explaining a work to a visitor at his 'Project A: Last Man Standing (Project A)' exhibition at the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition, featuring 18 artworks, sees Ali revisiting a long-standing series of large works inspired by Italian masters. Photo: Bernama

Contemporary artist Ali Nurazmal Yusoff’s Project A: Last Man Standing (Project A) is one of the first new exhibitions to grace the National Art Gallery (NAG) in Kuala Lumpur since it reopened on June 23.

Ali’s Project A, presented by Core Design Gallery and curated by Malaysia-based Italian artist Benedetta Segala, will run until July 30 at NAG’s Reka Gallery.

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