Husin Hasibuan, ‘Hope’. Oil on canvas, 2015.
Art Xchange, Singapore
Joan Miró, ‘Emballage’. Etching and aquatint, 1975.
ATR Gallery, Spain
Victoria Kovalenchikova, ‘The Earth’. Oil and stone on canvas, 2015.
ArtBlue Studio, Singapore
Keisuke Katsuki, ‘Nympheas 1905’. Acrylic on canvas and panel, 2014.
Du Xi, ‘Merry-go-round’. Oil on canvas, 2015.
William Art Salon, Taiwan
Abdul Mansoor Ibrahim, ‘Pengembara Samudra’. End grain ‘ciku’ wood engraving on rice paper.
Segaris Art Center, Malaysia
It’s that time of the year where art galleries and groups from over 30 countries showcase up to 2,000 pieces of artwork (paintings, sculptures, installations and photography) at Art Expo Malaysia. This art fair, the longest running in Southeast Asia, is your chance to see exquisite art pieces created by internationally renowned artists all under one roof. No purchase necessary.
This year’s Art Expo Malaysia will be bigger and bolder as new upgrades have been applied to the exhibition. For instance, the team has brought out a new selection system that will ensure more reputable artists and genuine galleries. To keep with the exclusivity, only new or never-before-shown works will be up for display, exceptions are given to works that have historical value, are of cultural significance, or have gained provenance or even discredit. Art Expo Malaysia features a great mix of established and rising young artists and here are some highlights of this year’s art fair. Did we also mention this exhibition is free?
Getting there Take the free shuttle bus at KL Sentral’s ERL departure hall bus stop. To MATRADE: 10am, 11.30am, 1pm, 3pm and 4.45pm; from MATRADE: 12.15pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm.