Fazrin Abdul Rahman, an emerging Malaysian artist, will be exhibiting his new series of artworks titled “Routine”, his second solo show at TAKSU Kuala Lumpur. The artist was recently awarded the prestigious Malaysia Emerging Artist Award (MEA) last April. For his work this time around, it’s fashioned from the thorough observation of Fazrin’s reflection and impression of his surroundings, while using various attempts of experimentation with different materials to project different meanings.
This contemporary visual art exhibition will be exploring the theme of change around popular culture, identity, and technology. The exhibition encompasses independent curators and local artists, so the variety will be large.
Wabiko—the pseudonym that artist Kexin Tan goes by—holds her first solo exhibition in APW Bangsar. Her whimsical series of work explores the depths of her mind, creating a wondrous world of memories that viewers are free to interpret as they please.
Philippine’s Anton del Castillo will be having his first solo exhibition in Malaysia under Richard Koh Fine Art. “Entitlement” explores the innate obsession of man to associate even the most harmless things with privilege. The pieces are immersed in gold, representing the privileged in today’s materialistic society.
“Dust and the Silence in the Sun” is Cheong Kiet Cheng’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. In this series, Cheong touches on the subject of how spirits in our world relate to the rest of the universe. She uses her own technique of meditative drawing, the details on the canvas becoming clear to her as she reaches a peaceful state of mind.
Spiritualism is important to the artist as she intends to spread her positive energy through her work.