Watch: revisit late artist Ibrahim Hussein's 'museum-in-the-rainforest' in Langkawi

The late Datuk Ibrahim Hussein is the focus of National Art Gallery Langkawi's new online series Arkib: Archiving Ibrahim Hussein, Part 1 – The Collective Memory Of The Ibrahim Hussein Museum And Cultural Foundation.

The YouTube series, which includes an online tour and mini documentary, looks back on one of Malaysia's most influential artists and how Ibrahim, or more popularly known as Ib, built his own "museum-in-the-rainforest" in Langkawi.

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