Don't stop art: two major art exhibitions by KL gallery to go on despite CMCO

  • Arts
  • Wednesday, 14 Oct 2020

'We will have to manage the visitors and make sure they follow the public health guidelines, ” says Jaafar (right), who is seen talking to visitors at the 'Bujukan Semilir - Feathering The Breeze', exhibition by acclaimed artist Tengku Sabri Ibrahim in KL. Photo: Fergana Art

“Life still has to go on. The show must go on. We cannot let this virus defeat us.”

Those are the words of Fergana Art founder Jaafar Ismail, sending out a clear signal that despite the implementation of the conditional movement control order (MCO) starting today, the gallery’s concurrent double bill exhibition at Publika in KL will still go on as planned.

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