Hong Kong-based gallery, de Sarthe Gallery in collaboration with Art Agenda S.E.A presents Departures: Intersecting Vietnamese Modern Art with R. Streitmatter-Tran, an exhibition of contemporary and modern Vietnamese art that tracks the flow of artists and ideas between Vietnam and the West over the last century.
Our ArtProjects presents a solo exhibition by Philippines-based artist Bree Jonson, 26, for the second time in Malaysia. Writhing examines the enigmatic qualities of creatures found on the seabed and her works comprises medium scale paintings and small sculptures.
“Lakar Sapa" (Sapa Sketches) is an exhibition by nine artists: Zaim Durulaman, Azman Md Noor, Abdullah Jones, Rohaizad Shaari, Abd Rasid Yusof, Rosli Zakaria, Zaharin Mohamad, Abdullah Hamdan and Rasyida Mohd Rozlan, who traveled to Sapa, Hanoi in Vietnam from September 14 to 19, 2016 as part as a "visual art journey programme" organised by Galeri Shah Alam.
The exhibition showcases 47 artworks created from this programme.
Aely Manaf, who is based in Shah Alam, will hold his first solo exhibition at the HOM Art Trans gallery in Ampang.
His figurative compositions focus on human behavior and mysterious elements related to his life and working environment.
The latest edition of SAM features annual family-focused exhibition, through immersive and interactive artworks by Asian contemporary artists, explore on how we adapt to our ever-changing environments, and revel in stories of real and imagined lands.
Participating artist are Bounpaul Phothyzan, Hiromi Tango, Nipan Oranniwesna, Nandita Mukand, Eko Nugroho, Mary Bernadette Lee, Unchalee Anantawat, Uudam Tran Nguyen and Calvin Pang.
There will be short films played throughout the exhibition:
- An Object at Rest
- Pale Blue Dot
Bibi Chew in collaboration with "Barehands: Vol. 1. Asian Artists Residency Project" moved by ideas of cultural identity, Bibi Chew takes on challenging issues of race, environment and gender, creating commentary through familiar objects. She has used and transformed leaf-wrapped bundles, eggs, glass bottles, sand, wooden boards, butterfly catchers and coffee strainers into metaphors for marginalisation, destruction and containment. She has carved stitched and layered pieces into a united form. Her work speaks of a delicately controlled self with underlying hidden meanings.