Stay home and tour the National Art Gallery's newly launched virtual exhibitions

A look at the starting point of the National Art Gallery's virtual exhibition experience. Photo: NAG

Miss taking a stroll in a major art gallery? Two past art exhibitions at the National Art Gallery (NAG) in Kuala Lumpur can now be viewed online here. You don't have to leave your home.

The shows Minta Perhatian Media Baharu: Penggunaan Objek Dan Ruang Sebagai Penyataan (Attention Please: The Use Of Objects And Spaces As Statements) and PACA: Pameran Cat Air Asia Tenggara (South-East Asia Watercolour Exhibition) both ended their run last year, but can now be experienced online thanks to NAG's virtual documentation series.

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