Malaysian artist eyes faraway cosmic clouds with his pandemic collection

  • Arts
  • Monday, 01 Feb 2021

Haris' Set On Fire' (watercolour on paper, 2020). Photo: Zhan Art Space

Contemporary artist Haris Rashid’s new exhibition features 49 works, including one installation, two sculptures and six large canvases.

That sort of output is impressive, especially during these pandemic times.

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