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Fathul’s fiery trail April 4, 2007

Posted by elizabethwong in Art & Visuals, Event, Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Travel.
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Fathullah Luqman Yusuff (or Fathul) has a new project.

He’s a fab artist whose work I can’t afford (yet!) and very kind too – he donated one of his pieces – ‘Sita dan Rama’ – for our Suaram art auction last year.

Now he’s trailblazing his way across Malaysia to 25 places, starting from 1 April until 8 September in a ‘work-of-art-in-progress’ adventure. There, he will work on a piece at each of these spots and gather other artists as well as the public to participate.

NyalaArtTravel begins at my hometown, Ipoh! Good choice/taste!🙂

And already he’s met Lat and Liew Win.

Please join him in his travels, check on his daily updates and give him lots of encouragement at http://nyalaarttravel.blogspot.com!

Comments»

1. giovamar - April 4, 2007

I can see Fantastic paintings, this artist seems to be very cool! Good luck for his project! I hope to see here more artistic project like this!
See you soon
Mario

2. kittykat46 - April 4, 2007

The painting above is kind of weird and a bit scary as well…can’t really make sense of it

3. monsterball - April 5, 2007

It seems in mordern art…one must spend alot of time to find out what the artist is trying to express. Sometimes the guinius of the artist is seen with few different interpretations.That kind of mordern art is worth alot.
But in this case…I do agree with kittyat46.

4. elizabethwong - April 5, 2007

“Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.” – Brecht

5. Gua Bay Song - April 5, 2007

Fathulistiwa!


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