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Sabah-based art collective finds audience in Tokyo


This recent Pangrok Sulap woodcut print, which is on show at an exhibition in Tokyo, addresses the plight of the indigenous Dusun people in Ulu Papar, a community of small villages near Kota Kinabalu in Sabah.

This recent Pangrok Sulap woodcut print, which is on show at an exhibition in Tokyo, addresses the plight of the indigenous Dusun people in Ulu Papar, a community of small villages near Kota Kinabalu in Sabah.

Pangrok Sulap, an art activist collective from Sabah, gains a following in Tokyo with its woodcut prints.

Pangrok Sulap, a Sabah-based art activist collective, is fast gaining a niche following abroad and attracting punk-minded kindred spirits.

Pangrok Sulap , Tokyo

   

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