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An Impression of Malaysian Art

January 4, 2012 during 7:45 pm

It is common for many Malaysians to feel that appreciating art usually relates to people who are from a aloft income group. And who can censure them for meditative so, for there is a pellet of law in their myth as profitable art pieces can be utterly costly. There are many other ways of appreciating Malaysian art that does not need a chairman to partial with a estimable volume of money.

A portrayal by Khalil Ibrahim entitled ‘Cherating 2004’

Seeing a success of their initial complement of a Public Art Programmes final year, Henry Butcher Art Auctioneers is behind again with their second complement of a Public Art Programme. Entitled ‘An Impression of Malaysian Art – Defining Events and Artist Groups‘, this programme will plead a issues and questions per Malaysian Art including topics like how and when did Malaysian Art came about, what was a purpose of a artist in addressing a issues of nationalism, modernity and temperament of Malaysia and how did a activities of artist groups impact a growth of Malaysian Art. This speak will be moderated by Pn. Zanita Anuar, a Director of Museum Innovation, Museums Department of Malaysia and will underline Mr. Ooi Kok Chuen, an Art Journalist with some-more than 3 decades of knowledge in a art margin and a author of some-more than 50 art books and catalogues as a speaker.

The Public Art Programmes is an educational beginning by Henry Butcher Art Auctioneers and is directed during formulating recognition and preparation among a open on a theme of art, with concentration on Malaysian Art. This module will be hold on 7th Jan 2012 from 11.00 am compartment 1.00 pm during White Box, MAP. Though acknowledgment is free, those who are meddlesome are speedy to register by Thursday, 5th Jan 2012 as seats are limited. For some-more information, greatfully hit Sylvie Low (017 433 3298 / or Chris Tay (016 298 0852 /

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