Art Expo Malaysia 2019 @ BOOTH B12

11-13 October 2019

G13 Gallery is pleased to announce eighth participation in the upcoming Art Expo Malaysia 2019. Booth 12 will be showcasing artworks by a mixture of young and emerging artists who are going to display a wide array of the genre.

Art Expo Malaysia (AEM) is a prestigious and longest-running international art fair in Southeast Asia. This year’s art fair will be held at the MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre (MECC) Kuala Lumpur, from October 11 to 13.

Do stop by our booth and we will see you at the Art Expo Malaysia 2019.

 

Person In-charge :

Wendy Chang  +6013 234 2126

Kenny Teng    + 6019 211 4697

 

Animal X

Animal X

Al-Khuzairie Ali
82x152.5x9cm
Ceramic and Mixed Media on Board
2019

Animal X

Al-Khuzairie Ali
82x152.5x9cm
Ceramic and Mixed Media on Board
2019

Observer - Flying Whale

Observer - Flying Whale

Al-Khuzairie Ali
65x40x24cm
Ceramic, Vehicle Part, Wood, Silver Chain, Barrel Swivel, Rod Brass Tube, Nut & Bolt
2019

Observer - Flying Whale

Al-Khuzairie Ali
65x40x24cm
Ceramic, Vehicle Part, Wood, Silver Chain, Barrel Swivel, Rod Brass Tube, Nut & Bolt
2019

Grey Series I - KZ

Grey Series I - KZ

Khairudin Zainudin
192x77.5cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Grey Series I - KZ

Khairudin Zainudin
192x77.5cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Grey Series II

Grey Series II

Khairudin Zainudin
199.5x74cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Grey Series II

Khairudin Zainudin
199.5x74cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Grey Series III

Grey Series III

Khairudin Zainudin
196.5x73.5cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Grey Series III

Khairudin Zainudin
196.5x73.5cm
Charcoal on Paper
2019

Serangga Lebah I

Serangga Lebah I

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Lebah I

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Lebah II

Serangga Lebah II

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Lebah II

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Rama-Rama I

Serangga Rama-Rama I

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Rama-Rama I

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Rama-Rama II

Serangga Rama-Rama II

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Serangga Rama-Rama II

Arikwibowo Amril
153x122cm
Charcoal and Paper Cut on Paper
2019

Dreaming Companion

Dreaming Companion

Natisa Jones
100x100cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Dreaming Companion

Natisa Jones
100x100cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

I Had Such An Amazing List

I Had Such An Amazing List

Natisa Jones
135x120cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

I Had Such An Amazing List

Natisa Jones
135x120cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Set The Tone

Set The Tone

Natisa Jones
135x120cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Set The Tone

Natisa Jones
135x120cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Unfamiliar Visits

Unfamiliar Visits

Natisa Jones
100x100cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Unfamiliar Visits

Natisa Jones
100x100cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #1

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #1

Dexter Sy
122x152cm
Mixed Media on Canvas
2019

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #1

Dexter Sy
122x152cm
Mixed Media on Canvas
2019

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #2

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #2

Dexter Sy
122x152cm
Mixed Media on Canvas
2019

'Do you remember when life is so simple and permanent' #2

Dexter Sy
122x152cm
Mixed Media on Canvas
2019

Drag

Drag

Aphisit Sidsunthia
120x120cm
Oil on Linen
2019

Drag

Aphisit Sidsunthia
120x120cm
Oil on Linen
2019

The Train Number 277

The Train Number 277

Aphisit Sidsunthia
140x160cm
Oil on Linen
2019

The Train Number 277

Aphisit Sidsunthia
140x160cm
Oil on Linen
2019

Sam Slaying Joe

Sam Slaying Joe

Aphisit Sidsunthia
140x170cm
Oil on Linen
2019

Sam Slaying Joe

Aphisit Sidsunthia
140x170cm
Oil on Linen
2019

An apple a day

An apple a day

Yuki Tham
140x180cm
Oil on canvas
2019

An apple a day

Yuki Tham
140x180cm
Oil on canvas
2019

Risk Taker

Risk Taker

Yuki Tham
153x170cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Risk Taker

Yuki Tham
153x170cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Invitation for The First Round

Invitation for The First Round

Nik M Shazmie
160x160cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Invitation for The First Round

Nik M Shazmie
160x160cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

‘Invitation for the First Round’ portrayed the chaotic and intense moment between a boxer and an ape, fighting, while breaking the pots of the plant. The artwork tells the idea about the artist’s interest in action movies and an adaptation of a fighting scene into the painting.

Other than its original meaning, fighting can also mean the struggles from the inside, such as depression, weakness, creative block, etc. Grew up watching all these seventies to nineties Hong Kong movies (Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan) or American action movies such as Rocky sequels, these movies have always being the all-time favorites, hence, being the inspiration behind this artwork.

Unexpected Guests

Unexpected Guests

Nik M Shazmie
160x160cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Unexpected Guests

Nik M Shazmie
160x160cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

‘The Unexpected Guests’ depicts the image of a girl, terrified and tries to stay out from the vultures in the house. This painting emblem a myth about memento mori; where vultures are seen as the symbol of death, and impermanence of life.

The Light Keepers I

The Light Keepers I

Nik M Shazmie
122.5x92cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

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The Light Keepers I

Nik M Shazmie
122.5x92cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

‘The Light Keepers’ series convey the artist’s personal view on the issue of climate change. In ‘The Light Keepers I’ we can see people are holding hands, celebrating the burning of the house as if performed by some cult. The scene metaphorically conveys the burning of our own ‘home’ (forest); the home for us humans and other living beings.

The Light Keepers II

The Light Keepers II

Nik M Shazmie
122.5x92cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

The Light Keepers II

Nik M Shazmie
122.5x92cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

‘The Light Keepers’ series convey the artist’s personal view on the issue of climate change. In ‘The Light Keepers I’ we can see people are holding hands, celebrating the burning of the house as if performed by some cult. The scene metaphorically conveys the burning of our own ‘home’ (forest); the home for us humans and other living beings.

In ‘The Light Keepers II’, the maize crops and the burning tree are the symbols of cause and effect. The annually burning of forest and crops ended up dragged along and burn other trees, and all started with just a single spark of fire.

Social Fragment 1

Social Fragment 1

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

Social Fragment 1

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Ming Hao’s paintings depict the human form which convey the undercurrents of today’s life. His approach in material brings about its potential to elicit strong associations to the submerged human emotions. Figures are overlaid with different fragmented compositions, producing varying motions and textures of the paint. These camouflaging layers submerge the underlying paint; masking over true emotions and faces. It is as if peering through a kaleidoscope of history, allowing for tiny glimpses to be seen through the cracks.

The painting hints at the chaos in identity while documenting the beginnings of an internal battle. Perhaps a call for attention to the burdens of societal constructs fueled by rampant consumer culture and rapidity of post-modern life, darker thoughts which one can easily identify as common silent that struggles, seeping into the social fabrics of today.

Social Fragment 2

Social Fragment 2

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

Social Fragment 2

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Ming Hao’s paintings depict the human form which conveys the undercurrents of today’s life. His approach in material brings about its potential to elicit strong associations to the submerged human emotions. Figures are overlaid with different fragmented compositions, producing varying motions and textures of the paint. These camouflaging layers submerge the underlying paint; masking over true emotions and faces. It is as if peering through a kaleidoscope of history, allowing for tiny glimpses to be seen through the cracks.

The painting hints at the chaos in identity while documenting the beginnings of an internal battle. Perhaps a call for attention to the burdens of societal constructs fueled by rampant consumer culture and rapidity of post-modern life, darker thoughts which one can easily identify as common silent that struggles, seeping into the social fabrics of today.

Still in The Chaos

Still in The Chaos

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

Still in The Chaos

Wong Ming Hao
120x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2019

This is Me, I Guess 4

This is Me, I Guess 4

Wong Ming Hao
150x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2018

This is Me, I Guess 4

Wong Ming Hao
150x120cm
Acrylic and Gloss Gel on Canvas
2018

Artist Statement

Ming Hao’s paintings depict the human form which conveys the undercurrents of today’s life. His approach in material brings about its potential to elicit strong associations to the submerged human emotions. Figures are overlaid with different fragmented compositions, producing varying motions and textures of the paint. These camouflaging layers submerge the underlying paint; masking over true emotions and faces. It is as if peering through a kaleidoscope of history, allowing for tiny glimpses to be seen through the cracks.

The painting hints at the chaos in identity while documenting the beginnings of an internal battle. Perhaps a call for attention to the burdens of societal constructs fueled by rampant consumer culture and rapidity of post-modern life, darker thoughts which one can easily identify as common silent that struggles, seeping into the social fabrics of today.

Sleepless Night 1

Sleepless Night 1

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Sleepless Night 1

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

In this Sleepless Night Series, Lina Tan conveys the issue of motherhood portrayed by her sister. Motherhood, especially for the first-time mothers, is always a physically and emotionally exhausting experience to invest with, as one needs to confront the state of emotions of raising a child for the first time.

As the third person observing, Lina Tan is captivated by her sister’s mother-and-child relationship, hence tried to capture their bonding moments on her canvases. Big versus small, strong versus weak, wise versus innocence, mother versus child. These elements complement each other in a way that always fascinates her.

Sleepless Night 2

Sleepless Night 2

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Sleepless Night 2

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

In this Sleepless Night Series, Lina Tan conveys the issue of motherhood portrayed by her sister. Motherhood, especially for first-time mothers, is always a physically and emotionally exhausting experience to invest with, as one needs to confront the state of emotions of raising a child for the first time.

As the third person observing, Lina Tan is captivated by her sister’s mother-and-child relationship, hence tried to capture their bonding moments on her canvases. Big versus small, strong versus weak, wise versus innocence, mother versus child. These elements complement each other in a way that always fascinates her.

Sleepless Night 3

Sleepless Night 3

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Sleepless Night 3

Lina Tan
122x122cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

In this Sleepless Night Series, Lina Tan conveys the issue of motherhood portrayed by her sister. Motherhood, especially for first-time mothers, is always a physically and emotionally exhausting experience to invest with, as one needs to confront the state of emotions of raising a child for the first time.

As the third person observing, Lina Tan is captivated by her sister’s mother-and-child relationship, hence tried to capture their bonding moments on her canvases. Big versus small, strong versus weak, wise versus innocence, mother versus child. These elements complement each other in a way that always fascinates her.

Lucid Dream

Lucid Dream

Lina Tan
183x122.5cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Lucid Dream

Lina Tan
183x122.5cm
Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Hide & Seek

Hide & Seek

Faiz ZA
92x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Hide & Seek

Faiz ZA
92x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Faiz’s body of works is interpretations of his own experience and observation of his surroundings. Questioning his identity as an artist and also as a citizen, he could not brush away the fact that being an artist is always about making pictures that romanticizing and also satirizing ways of life is what one does.

This series of work expresses his self-doubt about his level of patriotism as a nation. Came from his own experience of passing over a fallen and shattered Malaysian National Flag on the side of a road, he started to question his own integrity as a citizen, and how this experience affects his way of understanding the meaning of patriotism.

Youngster

Youngster

Faiz ZA
92x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Youngster

Faiz ZA
92x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Faiz’s body of works is interpretations of his own experience and observation of his surroundings. Questioning his identity as an artist and also as a citizen, he could not brush away the fact that being an artist is always about making pictures that romanticizing and also satirizing ways of life is what one does.

This series of work expresses his self-doubt about his level of patriotism as a nation. Came from his own experience of passing over a fallen and shattered Malaysian National Flag on the side of a road, he started to question his own integrity as a citizen, and how this experience affects his way of understanding the meaning of patriotism.

Pewaris

Pewaris

Faiz ZA
122x92cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Pewaris

Faiz ZA
122x92cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Faiz’s body of works is interpretations of his own experience and observation of his surroundings. Questioning his identity as an artist and also as a citizen, he could not brush away the fact that being an artist is always about making pictures that romanticizing and also satirizing ways of life is what one does.

This series of work expresses his self-doubt about his level of patriotism as a nation. Came from his own experience of passing over a fallen and shattered Malaysian National Flag on the side of a road, he started to question his own integrity as a citizen, and how this experience affects his way of understanding the meaning of patriotism.

Wind of Change

Wind of Change

Faiz ZA
122x92cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Wind of Change

Faiz ZA
122x92cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Artist Statement

Faiz’s body of works is interpretations of his own experience and observation of his surroundings. Questioning his identity as an artist and also as a citizen, he could not brush away the fact that being an artist is always about making pictures that romanticizing and also satirizing ways of life is what one does.

This series of work expresses his self-doubt about his level of patriotism as a nation. Came from his own experience of passing over a fallen and shattered Malaysian National Flag on the side of a road, he started to question his own integrity as a citizen, and how this experience affects his way of understanding the meaning of patriotism.

Secret Mission I: We Need Genie

Secret Mission I: We Need Genie

Shafiq Nordin
155x121cm
Acrylic on Jute
2019

Secret Mission I: We Need Genie

Shafiq Nordin
155x121cm
Acrylic on Jute
2019

Secret Mission II: Rescue

Secret Mission II: Rescue

Shafiq Nordin
155x121cm
Acrylic on Jute
2019

Secret Mission II: Rescue

Shafiq Nordin
155x121cm
Acrylic on Jute
2019

Hang Kobeng

Hang Kobeng

Sabihis Pandi
94x94cm
Woodblock, Woodcut Print, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Hang Kobeng

Sabihis Pandi
94x94cm
Woodblock, Woodcut Print, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Hang Lenon

Hang Lenon

Sabihis Pandi
94x94cm
Woodblock, Woodcut Print, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Hang Lenon

Sabihis Pandi
94x94cm
Woodblock, Woodcut Print, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Something Forgotten

Something Forgotten

Amy Nazira
152.5x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Something Forgotten

Amy Nazira
152.5x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

The Reader

The Reader

Amy Nazira
152.5x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

The Reader

Amy Nazira
152.5x122cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

In The Studio

In The Studio

Amy Nazira
183x152.5cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

In The Studio

Amy Nazira
183x152.5cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Self Love

Self Love

Haziq Syawal
120x100cm
Collage, Oil, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Self Love

Haziq Syawal
120x100cm
Collage, Oil, and Acrylic on Canvas
2019

Forward

Forward

Haziq Syawal
150x135cm
Collage, Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
2019

Forward

Haziq Syawal
150x135cm
Collage, Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
2019

As the Deer pants for Streams of Water

As the Deer pants for Streams of Water

Gan Tee Sheng
122x91.5cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

As the Deer pants for Streams of Water

Gan Tee Sheng
122x91.5cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

The Garden

The Garden

Gan Tee Sheng
200x170cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

The Garden

Gan Tee Sheng
200x170cm
Oil on Canvas
2019

Muka Bumi

Muka Bumi

Faizal Suhif
183x120cm (Diptych)
Oil and Monoprint on Canvas
2019

Muka Bumi

Faizal Suhif
183x120cm (Diptych)
Oil and Monoprint on Canvas
2019

缘起缘灭

缘起缘灭

Hug Yin Wan
100x100cm
Woodcut on Plywood and Caving on Perspex
2019

缘起缘灭

Hug Yin Wan
100x100cm
Woodcut on Plywood and Caving on Perspex
2019

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  • Al-Khuzairie Ali
  • Aphisit Sidsunthia
  • Arikwibowo Amril
  • Faiz ZA
  • Hug Yin Wan
  • Lina Tan
  • Sabihis Pandi
  • Wong Ming Hao
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