The 24th Asian International Art Exhibition

24Dec09

National Art Gallery will hold the 24th Asian International Art Exhibition (AIAE) starting from 20th November until 31st January 2010. A total of 250 artists from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korean, Macau, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and host country Malaysia will be participating in this international exhibition.

This is the third time for the National Art Gallery to be chosen as the host to organize the AIAE after the 5th and the 13th AIAE in 1990 and 1998 respectively. The collaboration is between the Malaysian Artists Organisation and the National Art Gallery.

AIAE is seen as an international art exhibition that serves a greater role for contributing the progress and maturity of the Asian contemporary painting and also as a medium to exchange ideas and art inspiration among the member countries.

This exhibition will gather famous painters from the countries involved, such as Zhengyoa Zou and Xun Liang from China; Kim Bong Tea from Korea; Norito Udagawa and Yoko Mitsuyuki from Japan; Savanna and Surnaryo Setiawan from Indonesia; Huang Guanghui from Macau; Thongchai Rakpathum from Thailand; Baruudorj Lursandorj from Mongolia; Beat Yeko Kuan and Leo Hee Tong from Singapore; Koo Chung Kuang from Taiwan; and Nguyen Xuan Tiep Pham Huy Thong from Vietnam; Ramon Orlina from the Philippines; Eddie Lui from Hong Kong and several other big names who represent the host country.

In accordance with the goal of AIAE, a forum entitled “ASIA @ AIA”: Manifesting Diversity “ will be held at the National Art Gallery on 21st November 2009. The purpose of the forum is to draw public attention to the ordinary changes occurring to the cultural practices, social structure and way of life in Asian societies as a whole.

Type: Exhibition
From: Fri Nov 20, 2009
To: Sun Jan 31, 2010
Time: 10am-6pm daily. Closed on public holidays.
Address: National Art Gallery (Balai Seni Lukis Negara) 2, Jalan Temerloh, Off Jalan Tun Razak Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 40267000

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One Response to “The 24th Asian International Art Exhibition”

  1. 1 Mak

    I am glade to know this treasured event and will honor to have my paintings exhibited in it.

    Could you please send me prior intimation with guidance so how i am to proceed.

    Looking forward to your kind support.

    Mak


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