Reopening borders: Public art takes off at KLIA, three other main airports


Sabah-born artist Kenji Chai's 'The Nature Mind Of Landscape' (graffiti art, 2022) seen at Kota Kinabalu International Airport. Photo: Handout

With the reopening of Malaysia's borders on April 1, travellers arriving and departing from some of our busiest airports will now be greeted by a series of artworks created by local artists.

This is part of the National Art Gallery's and Malaysia Airports Holding Berhad's (MAHB's) KUL Art Airport initiative to promote public artworks and showcase the participating artists' cultural identities on an international stage.

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