Sunday, January 24, 2010

Kuala Lumpur Dreaming

A group exhibition presented by The Annexe Gallery
Thu 4 - Sun 21 Feb, 2010

Hours: Sun-Thu: 11am-8pm | Fri & Sat: 11am-9.30pm
Admission free


We came to KL to dream big. To find and create opportunities. To start anew and to call it home.
Kuala Lumpur is now home to 1.6 million dreamers and counting. Is it big enough for all our dreams?
Representing the visions of 30 artists, photographers, sculptors, as well as communities of Burmese refugees, orang asli and children affected by HIV, this exhibition shows how we imagine our little space in the city, find boldness in our expression, and appreciate each other's dreams.

Artists:
Amir Muhammad
Bright Lights At Midnight
Esther Horn
Fathul Luqman Yusuff
Ilshah Shahbir
Julya Oui
The Kachin Refugee Women
Kamarulzaman
Liza Manshoor
Niki Cheong
Raja Azhar Idris
Rosli bin Mohd
Rumah Solehah
Sabina Arokiam
Sharaad Kuttan
Shieko Reto
Terry Law
Vignes Balasingam
Yeoh Lian Heng








  

Review - the star online 
             - EALD studylog(A0177)

Sponsored by Goethe Institut Malaysia
Supported by Central Market

Photography Exhibition-BEYOND OUR CITY: LIGHTS & MYTHS



You are cordially invited to the
Exhibition Opening
Thu 4 Feb, 8pm


Presented by Goethe Institut Malaysia, with support from The Annexe Gallery & Central Market
Admission Free


for more information:Beyond our city 

Friday, January 22, 2010

Artist Talk - Esther Horn

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Date:     27thJanuary 2010  
Time :    3: 30 – 5: 00
Venue:  Dasien Academy of art , Lecture hall
             No.30 3A-12-G 
             Jln Wangsa Delima 10
             Desa wangsa setapak
             53300 KL
Contact: Yeoh     019 6838397
               Kim Ng 019 4325341
Admission is free @ All are welcome 

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Esther Horn artist in residence 2010

Esther Horn is currently working on nocturnal, light based series of paintings. Photographs, sketches but also moviestills are starting points for night imagery: Petrol-stations, landscapes at night, scarcely illuminated scenarios, which establish ambiguous situations between urban no man´s land, town and desert. The situations become unreal, similar to dreams, memories, a video-stills from security camera or a “film-noir-sceneries”.


‘KL Noir’, the focal point in KL will be photos, sketches and graphics at night. I´m looking forward to delve into this unknown atmosphere of the city and to assimilate impressions with consciously defined media.



Mean Shadow of a god - Site specific installation
DAC gallery Genua 2009
by Esther Horn & Christian Heilig



Duration of residency 4 Jan - 25 Feb 2010