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The National Visual Arts Development Board Bill 2010

Published on 26 December, 2010 by | 3 | Filed under: Highlights, Reviews |

It’s passed! A breakdown of the 2010 Bill compared to the existing National Art Gallery Act 1959 and what it could mean for the visual arts in Malaysia.

Everything begins with small talk

Published on 26 July, 2010 by | 5 | Filed under: Highlights, Profiles | Tags: , ,

‘I realized one day that I had to try to know, and even if it does not work out as planned, I would have tried.’ We interview Lara on her new art space in PJ.

Realism in Asia

Realism in Asia had evidently moved beyond a strategy appropriated from the West as it began to advance in response to specific cultural-historical contexts.

Podcast: Bernard Chauly on Muzium Lampu

Published on 23 May, 2009 by | 1 | Filed under: Highlights, Profiles | Tags: , , , ,

By Nazim Esa

Bernard Chauly’s cross-cultural approach to his artistic discourse spans across theater, film, television and now, the visual arts; in this podcast interview, he talks about love, his work in the recent Light Show 2009 exhibition, and cooking!

Now with nifty photographic visuals!

Squinted Speculations: A Response to the Discussion Thread of ‘Back and Forth’

Published on 19 May, 2009 by | 47 | Filed under: Essays, Highlights | Tags: , ,

by Wong Hoy Cheong

A little background: I was rather excited by the polemics and arguments that emerged from Simon Soon’s review of Marion D’Cruz’s performance lecture. While I might not agree with many of the things said, they nevertheless were invigorating and challenging, especially when polemics in the discussion on art and culture are rare and few.

Shadow painting

Published on 20 March, 2009 by | 1 | Filed under: Gallery, Highlights | Tags: , , ,


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