July brings us more exciting art exhibitions than ever this year! From Graeco-Buddhist art infused with the message of mobility to Da Vinci’s Opera Omnia.
Amin Taasha- Time Lapse
Inspired by a classical artistic style namely Graeco- Buddhist, Amin Taasha shares the complexities of Afghanistan history in this event. With its motive
of bringing back the visitors to the glory of Afghanistan in this Time Lapse, Taasha’s exhibition displays some great variety of artworks.
Dates: 26th June (Wednesday) – 13th July 2019
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday (5pm – 8pm)
Address: Richard Koh Fine Art, 229 Jalan Maarof, Bukit Bandaraya Bangsar, 59000 Kuala Lumpur.
Silence Imagination hosted by G13 Gallery, will offer glimpses of the artists’ world of imagination. The participating artists from three Southeast Asian countries being Malaysia, Philippines, and Indonesia, will present their hand-painted works in this gallery. In addition, it is an insight into how their minds diverge with their transcending imaginations upon social life in general.
Dates: 29th June – 13th July
Hours: Monday – Saturday (11am – 5pm), closed on Sunday and public holidays
Address: G13 Gallery, GL 13, Ground Floor, Block B, Kelana Square, SS7/26 Kelana Jaya, 47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Khoo Boon Want Solo Exhibition
Khoo Boon Want will be sharing sketches of his mother and his down-syndrome brother in this heartwarming event. It sheds light upon the relationships between the family members within our Asian family household.
Dates: 30th June – 14th July 2019
Hours: Tuesday – Sunday (11am – 6pm), Closed on Mondays & public holidays
Address: Oriental Art and Cultural Center, 10 & 12, Yayasan Elken, Jalan 1/137C, Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama, 58000, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.
Leonardo Da Vinci OPERA OMNIA
Leonardo Da Vinci: Opera Omnia will be a complete artistic treat for us Malaysians who never got a chance of visiting the Lourve in Paris. Although the exhibit is a display of digitally reproduced Da Vinci artworks, our eyes will feast upon the imprinted life sized canvas of his 17 masterpieces at our local National Art Gallery. The event is in conjunction with the celebration of the 500th death anniversary of the Renaissance genius who fascinated the world with his most recognized painting; the Mona Lisa!
Dates: 15th July – 15th August 2019
Hours: Monday – Sunday (10am – 6pm)
Address: 3A Gallery, National Art Gallery, No 2, Jalan Temerloh, Off Jalan Tun Razak 53200, Kuala Lumpur
No Fixed Form – Nakayama Hitori
Tokyo born conceptual artist and sculptor, Nakayama Hitori brings to us the things that we often overlooked through his sculptures. Given that his sculptures are metaphorical and heavily inspired from nature, it’s an opportunity to expand our sensory perception through his works.
Dates: 29th June – 21st July 2019
Hours: Wednesday – Monday (11am – 7pm)
Address: Suma Orientalis,11, Lorong 11/4f, Seksyen 11, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
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