Happenings

Your Past is My Future

29 Mar 2019 to 31 Mar 2019

Your past is my future is a solo exhibition by Thai contemporary artist, Natee Utarit.

Comprising seven oil paintings, the exhibition will be held as part of Richard Koh Fine Art's participation in Art Basel Hong Kong.

The works are said to be a continuation of Utarit's investigation of the relationship between Europian colonialism and Southeast Asian culture.

Previous works from this investigation saw Utarit shifting attention towards Western influences on style and art in Southeast Asia. The new works explore common aspects of different cultures.

The Way Forward

23 Mar 2019

Suma Orientalis gallery will be organising an art talk discussing the future of photography.

The panelists are Malaysian photographers Ariff Awaluddin, Eric Peris, Soraya Yusof Talismail and award-winning Malaysian film director U-Wei Haji Saari.

 

 

Figurative show

02 Mar 2019 to 13 Mar 2019

Human Being is a group exhibition featuring 26 Malaysian figurative artists. Some of which are members of the figurative art collective, The F Klub.

The artists are Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Amron Omar, Arif Fauzan, Bayu Utomo Radjikin, Fadilah Karim, Fadli Yusof, Faizza, Gan Chin Lee, Gan Tee Sheng, Hazri Shairozi, Hisyamudin Abdullah, Khairuddin Zainudin, Kow Leong Kiang, Lim Kok Teong, Marvin Chan, Nik Shazmie, Raimi Sani, Ruzzeki Harris, Safuan Nasiar, Shahar Koyok, Shia Yih Ying, Siund Tan, Suddin Lappo, Trixie Tan, Yuki Tham, Zaim Durulaman.

Effects of time

01 Mar 2019 to 23 Mar 2019

What A Difference A Day Makes is a solo exhibition by Thai artist, Phatcharaphan Chanthep.

The exhibition will showcase five new watercolour on paper works. They span in size from 38cm by 38cm to 115cm by 146cm.

The works are said to stand as a reminder of the rippling effects of time, as even a seemingly insignificant day can echo large changes in the future.

The opening reception is on March 1 from 5pm to 8pm.

Fighting stereotypes

01 Mar 2019 to 16 Mar 2019

Victress Niche is a group exhibiton featuring nine female Malaysian artists. They are Alexandra Hon, Alicia Lau, Amy Nazira, Eryn, Liew Mei Toong, Raimi Sani, Trixie Tan, Yim Yen Sum and Yuki Tham.

The exhibiton is said to focus on reexamining sylistic cliches that affect women artists, in which they are confined to certain feminine styles or qualities.

The opening reception is on March 1 at 7.30pm.

Residency artists

28 Feb 2019 to 09 Mar 2019

Checkpoint X is a group exhibition featuring Malaysian artists Alvin Lau and Liew Sze Lin. The artists took part in the 6-month A-RES residency at local art space HOM Art Trans.

The works range in size from 25cm by 20cm to 160cm by 106cm.

The exhibition’s overall narrative relates the state of emerging artists as “being suspended”. As such artists are “constantly encountering checkpoints as they search for new territory and definition within their practice.”

My Story

23 Feb 2019 to 23 Mar 2019

My Story is a group exhibiton featuring 12 artists. They are Adrin Shafil, Elly Nor Suria, Flora, Golnaz Rezvan, Ganabathi, Jermane Krishnan, Lynee Foster, Mary Ann, Moly, Nadarajan, Nor Rasidah and Sanker Ganesh.

Comprising 36 works in total, it is said the exhibiton aims to present the artists' next stage in art creation.

The works range in size from 40cm by 60cm to 150cm by 180cm and are priced from RM700 to RM9,500.

The opening reception will be officiated by Prof. Dr. Krishna Gopal Rampal on March 16 at 3.30pm.

 

Dedy Sufriadi @ Art Fair Philippines

22 Feb 2019 to 24 Feb 2019

Malaysian gallery Artemis Art will present a solo exhibiton by Indonesian artist Dedy Sufriadi, titled Hypertext Reuquiem in the upcoming Art Fair Philippines.

The exhibition is said to showcase Dedy's signature style of writing text on his works.

Malaysian artist Ajim Juxta will be represented by Vinyl on Vinyl Gallery as part of their backroom collection, at booth 33 on level 6.

An invite only preview will take place on Feb 21 and public viewing will be from Feb 22 onwards.

New Zealand Scenery

24 Feb 2019 to 17 Mar 2019

Serene Impressions is a solo exhibiton by Malaysian artist Koh Teng Huat.

The exhibition wil feature a total of 31 oil on canvas paintings depicting sceneries of New Zealand.

The works range in size from 24cm x 55cm to 68cm x 122cm and are priced from RM1,800 to RM6,000.

The opening reception is on Feb 24 from 12.30pm to 5pm.

Faux by Ivan Lam

21 Feb 2019 to 02 Apr 2019

Faux is a solo exhibition by Malaysian contemporary arist, Ivan Lam.

A series of still life paintings, displayed alongside slabs of stone represents Lam challenging himself to return to the roots of what defined an artist in the classical era.

Lam is said to question what it means to lose oneself in the service of others, he does this by having his mother title the works.