Pulpa : At the Cutting Edge To China House Penang
Pulpa : At the Cutting Edge – a show which highlighted an intriguing attempt by 21 artists from a diverse art background and discipline is an experimental exhibition planned since January 2014 that seeks to explore the unconventional use of paper as a medium,has made an impact at Galeri Chandan , Publika .
The artists are Abdul Latif Ahmad Padzali, Ahmad Muhammad, Ahmad Syakir Hashim, Arikwibowo Amril, Anniketyni Madian, Anisa Abdullah, Anissa Abdul Aziz, Azizi Latif, Edroger Rosili, Liu Cheng Hua, Mohd Ishak Jamaluddin, Meor Saifullah Lulaed, Muhammad Nazri Tahir,Mursyidah Zainal Abidin, Mohd Alif Omar, Megat Zaim Zharif, Radin Erus, Sabihis Md Pandi, Haslin Ismail, Hisyamuddin Abdullah and Husin Othman has moved out of their comfort zone and has successfully captured their creative process following Pulpa’s objective.
The 5 winners of the MEAA flew via Jakarta
The 5 winners of the MEAA flew via Jakarta for their winner’s trip to Bandung and Yogyakarta from the 1st -12 June 2014.Their activities were fully packed with studio visits to the Kandura Keramik, , Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Galeri Soemardia to name a few in Bandung and historic sites like Kawah Putih,NuArt Sculpture Park and of course shopping at the famous Rumah Mode.
After a 4 day stay in Bandung, the entourage experienced the beautiful sight of Java ,Indonesia, through a 13 hour drive to Yogyakarta for ArtJog14 and at the same time to attend the opening of Nafas Residensi 2013 Opening @ I Am…
CHERITERA by Galeri Chandan at Saatchi Gallery, London
START art fair is dedicated to supporting international galleries that are less than eight years old. The first edition will bring together exhibitors from emerging markets alongside young, cutting-edge galleries from Asia, Europe, UK and USA. START was founded by the Global Eye Programme, an initiative that nurtures worldwide artistic talent, in partnership with the Saatchi Gallery. The fair’s aim is to provide young galleries and artists with a platform and the support and recognition that they need to develop. The first selection of exhibiting galleries has a strong international feel includes exhibitors from Australia, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, South Korea, South Africa, Turkey, the UK and USA, underlining START’s dedication to showcasing galleries and artists from the world’s most interesting emerging markets, as well as more established artistic centres…