Legacy of an artist who captured his hometown Klang's life and soul

Ilham Gallery’s reopening exhibition Kok Yew Puah: Portrait Of A Malaysian Artist welcomes visitors with an interesting premise: this is the work of a man who chose to become an artist twice.

In the 1970s, the Australian-trained Puah, as he was familiarly known, started out as a hard-edge abstract printmaker.

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