• Balai Seni Lukis. NegaraKu.

    For 2016, I spent some days visiting National Arts gallery, which was formerly known as National Visual Arts Gallery, to look at the many artworks done there.  Few of them were my personal favourite, the old photographs of ladies living in Malaysia, artworks to demonstrate how human kills as well as white clothes, which Inez once asked me, what was that about. We were there a while ago, and I am impress with the NegaraKu exhibits, which everything focuses on the national independent celebration, through arts. There is also an exhibit by a Malaysian curator focusing on Hindu temples, the many paintings as well as photographs.  I think the paintings…

  • Antabax POWER Graffiti.

    Antabax, the number 1 Halal antibacterial personal care range[1], is launching the Antabax POWER Graffiti Competition 2017 to explore the power of Malaysian-ness through street art. The competition is themed POWER Malaysia, and challenges graffiti artists to interpret the POWER of Malaysia, Malaysians and Malaysian-ness as they see it. POWER embodies the dynamism, energy and youthful spirit of Malaysia as it celebrates 60 years of independence. The Antabax POWER Graffiti Competition is held in collaboration with the National Art Gallery. Graffiti may range from simple writing on surfaces to elaborate paintings or ‘pieces’ on walls. They have existed since ancient times and their modern forms, usually created using spray paint,…