Despite delays, Malaysian painter finally opens her gallery with exhibit of women artists


  • Arts
  • Monday, 08 Mar 2021

Artist-turned-gallerist Amy Hashim says opening up Art Realm Gallery felt like a natural progression to work with artists and art communities. Photo: Amy Hashim

For stay-at-home mother Amy Hashim, running a gallery on the second floor of her house in Subang Jaya, Selangor was never the end goal.

After practising as a full-time artist for eight years and running Amy Hashim Art (AHA) Gallery for four years, the Kelantan-born painter felt it was high time the gallery expanded beyond her home.

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