BlogPhotography Painting Exhibitions Projects Victor Chin Portfolio

Victor’s visuals

June 16th, 2017

Victor Chin’s visuals …read more here

Visuals against darkness

June 13th, 2017

exhibition poster

The collection of 64 watercolours was done twenty years ago and they will be on exhibition again this week in Petaling Jaya…these visuals will lighten up the darkness of their threatening disappearance from many older Malaysian streets… read more here

Kg Hakka coming to Kuala Lumpur

November 17th, 2014

This collection of 24 B/W photographs of Kg Hakka Mantin was on display at the Kuala Lumpur Photography Festival last weekend. It was an important visual statement about a significant Malaysian historical and cultural landscape.

Hew from Kg Hakka looking at the photo ehibition

Hew from Kg Hakka looking at the photo ehibition

Chong from Kg Hakka came to join the exhibition

Chong from Kg Hakka came to join the exhibition

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Machinchang landscape

October 1st, 2014

New abstract landscape acrylic paintings on show inspired by the 50 million years old geology in Landkawi.


Will be taking part in this art event


SEPT 16 — Segaris Art Center is a new art gallery in Kuala Lumpur. This establishment, a subsidiary of UiTM Holdings, is the first showcase for all the fine art graduates from the university. It will operate like any other commercial gallery but the commission they charge artists will be below market rate.

The title of their first exhibition in May this year was “Suarasa” and they showed 14 of their best artists from their alumni. This collection of over 30 artworks covers four generations of artists from the 1970s, 80s, 90s to the present. Since then it has had other art-related events and is beginning to attract an audience.

In the 60s, there was no art school in Malaysia; the nearest was the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore and it was mainly for Mandarin-speaking students. Many who could afford the cost of an overseas education went to the United Kingdoom, USA, France or Australia.

For the Malays, the government started the Maktab MARA in 1965. Later in 1967 it became Institute Teknology MARA. Then in 1999 it took the name Universiti Teknologi MARA.

At present, with a student population of 200,000 spread over 12 branch campuses, three satellite campuses, nine city campuses and 12 affiliated collages nationwide, it is Malaysia’s largest institute of learning in terms of size and population.

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