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ASIIK City artist profile: LoveHateLove
The Inter Location Project
— November 15, 2011
ASIIK City is a festival organised by the Inter Location Project planned to occur in Melbourne (and a little bit in Sydney) across the months of October and November in 2011. The aim of ASIIK City is to bridge urban and community art practices between the two cities Jogjakarta, Indonesia, and Melbourne, Australia. LoveHateLove is a visiting artist from Jogjakarta involved in the creation of ASIIK City. He's a street artist, a Hip Hip MC, a puppeteer, a fixed gear rider, and powerful community agent. For more information about the festival please visit our website: http://interlocationproject.blogspot.com/
O $ALÃO DE BELEZA B€LA foi pensado como evento, segundo uma perspectiva orientada para a experiência da surpresa, da fulguração, de algo irredutível à calma contemplação das essências racionais.
"Everything we should have known, but were never supposed to find out..."
Arts Kuala Lumpur-Melbourne: Discover Malaysia Art
Ch'ng Huck Theng
— November 15, 2013
Arts Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne: Discover Malaysia Art is an initiative by Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) to promote Malaysian contemporary art in the heart of Melbourne. 30 artists, ranging from Malaysian pioneer artists since the Independence to the young contemporaries of modern Malaysia, will showcase their creativity in MiFA Events, a prominent art gallery located at Level 1, 278 Collins Street, Melbourne. This first-of-its-kind art exhibition of such scale aims to connect the Malaysian art scene to the Melburnians by bringing Malaysian contemporary art right to their doorsteps. Marked as one of the most important Malaysian events to check out in Melbourne, this art exhibition is not to be missed by art lovers and collectors as it presents the rare opportunity to own a piece of Malaysian contemporary art as the art pieces showcased will be up for sale.
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