Art, as a pillar of the nation


Artists working on their art the Sabah Street Art Gallery for the Pillars of Sabah project.

SABAHAN Red Hong Yi, who is internationally known for creating art using unconventional everyday materials, is back in her hometown to highlight the importance of Malaysia Day through a project called “Pillars of Sabah”.

Red first shot to fame by creating a portrait of retired star athlete Yao Ming using a basketball dipped in red paint, and carving the face of Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg out of books.

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