The concept of viewing various artist's work in separate hotel rooms recently introduced in Kuala Lumpur post-pandemic, and MoMo’s Hotel was one of the firsts to organise this format of exhibition. If you were not able to catch the previous Art Fair at MoMo’s back in March, you’re in for a treat this time!
Participating artists are each given a hotel room to curate and set-up and make it their own. This gives the audience a chance to immerse in the artists’ worlds and explore different perspectives towards the artworks.
To give you guys an idea on how it will look like, see how the previous art fair went:
This art fair is in collaboration with The Art Seni where they will be hosting their usual art tours. It is your chance to get to know the emerging artists up close!
In adherence with the COVID-19 SOPs, you would have to purchase your tickets with your preferred slot timings. And if you’re opting for a tour with The Art Seni, it’s just an additional RM10 top up 😉
1. Andy Adlin
Born in Melaka, Andy came from an architecture background. He often interplays between visual exploration, highly surreal artworks ranging from paintings to doodles, most ideas came from reading art history, philosophy and practice as well as imagination and nightmares in my many attempts to interplay and understand fine art ideas since childhood.
2. Anissa Razli (@kering.things)
Anissa Razali is an artist and illustrator from Kuala Lumpur. Her interests include venturing into culture and heritage, performing arts and rituals. She is currently studying Kriya (Majoring in metal) at ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia where she has called home since 2017.
3. Humana Art
Meet Vanessa Foo, is a graphic designer and freelance illustrator based in Kuala Lumpur. She created “Humana”, a quirky character who inspired her to demonstrate the fantasy world in her mind. To her, illustration has no restraints, it can be reflections of our daily routine, it can also be something illogical, just like channeling your inner child to express thoughts.
4. Ichie Imran
Ichie Imran is an illustrator & printmaker based in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. He has a passion for illustrations and during his free time, he enjoys making paper sculpting. His work is mainly inspired by childhood obsession, tale stories with a hint of playful colours. Ichie Imran is also the co-founder of Sukka Project, where he produces and sells his crafts and hosts silkscreen workshops.
5. Norman Hakim
Norman came from a fine arts background. He primarily produces abstract artworks which revolve within his understanding towards methods and processes in art making. The deep interests fall into exploring the materiality potentials within the dimensions of a surface by studying and implementing various techniques and materials, either both incidentally or accidentally.
Putra is an artist who enjoys expressing his indecisive feelings and life stories through making digital art such as illustrations, videos, animations and stop motions. He has been creating art from a young age and has gone through and experienced various types of art medium. At this point of his career, he’s trying his best to always deliver something new and interesting.
7. Rekha Menon
Rekha Menon is a self-taught artist who finally took the plunge to go full-time into visual arts after over a decade being a branding and media relations professional. She combines naïve figurations and abstract motifs in her body of work. Loves to explore the mystery of our subconscious mind. Her bright and colourful palette flows with lines, shapes, patterns, symbols and shading to signify the plethora of expressions and feelings. Rekha’s artworks have been showcased at international platforms internationally and her works are also currently in private collections in Germany, Norway, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Singapore, United States and of course, locally here.
8. Tunku Muhammad
For 20 years, Tunku Muhammad thought he lived with normal vision but ever since he was diagnosed with Stargardts a few years back, life has been a little different. He now uses art as a way to convey his new perception of life. His work ensues themes of psychedelia, human experiences, symbolism and other fascinations that come about in life. Using a multitude of colours to express how he perceives the world, he currently works with poster paint, soft pastel and a little bit of acrylic here and there.
MoMo’s Kuala Lumpur
316, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Chow Kit, 50100 Kuala Lumpur
11 - 12 December 2021 (Saturday & Sunday) & 18 - 19 December 2021 (Saturday & Sunday)
Ticket Rates: *each ticket includes 2 beverages
RM45 entry + tour with The Art Seni
Purchase your tickets and slots here: