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Wood sculptor Anniketyni Madian's pua kumbu-inspired work shortlisted for Sovereign Asian Art Prize.
Group show Look To See reflects on the world of inner chaos, identity and power struggles.
What's with an 'art work' that involves carrying a kampung house down a road? Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of contemporary art in Malaysia, covered thoroughly in this significant book.
Here's a tale for wannabe artists that tells of creative blocks, struggling, and stayingtrue to your artistic vision.
Happy smiling faces and beautifully envisioned human figures are the main themes for Chong Siew Ying's latest solo exhibition Idylle that is set amid a romantic Chinese backdrop.
Heard of the Sovereign Asian Art Prize? Neither had we, until we discovered two Malaysian artists are tantalisingly close to grabbing its RM87,500 grand prize.