Group Art Exhibition 2016, “Equilibrio : Balance” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Group Art Exhibition 2016, “Equilibrio : Balance” in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


Group Art Exhibition “Equilibrio : Balance”

Group art Exhibition by 22 Artists

At  Artemis Art Gallery, Kl, Malaysia

Date  March 1-8, 2016

Presented by  Koi Art gallery

Curated  by  Artemis Art gallery


Sudrak  Khongpuang, Balance of Life is beautiful No.2

To celebrate International Women’s Day and to draw attention to women’s struggles in balancing their careers and personal lives, the gallery owners of Artemis Art has organized an exhibition titled Equilibrio (brio, in music, means a vivacious performance style). The curator, UC Loh and two of 22 exhibiting artists tell about their works and how they are expressing this “either found or continuously changing” equilibrium.


Artemis Art is pleased to present our first exhibition for 2016, an all-women artist exhibition entitled EQUILIBRIO, featuring 22 artists from Malaysia and abroad.


The 22 participating artists are:

  •  Andrialis Abdul Rahman (Malaysia)
  • Ayu Arista Murti (Indonesia)
  • Eddie Choo (Malaysia)
  • Elena Kravchenko (Russia)
  • ERYN (Malaysia)
  • Huong Nguyen Thu (Vietnam)
  • Jaël Estrella (France)
  • Jasmine Kok (Malaysia)
  • Karma Sirikogar (Thailand)
  • Koo Yean Ni (Malaysia)
  • Laksmi Shitaresmi (Indonesia)
  • Lhean Villanueva (Philippines)
  • Lyia Meta (Malaysia)
  • Manje (Shany Ahmed) (Maldives)
  • Ony Jamsari (Malaysia)
  • Sudrak Khongpuang (Thailand)
  • Tiarma Sirait (Indonesia)
  • Veronika Neukirch (Germany)
  • Viko Zhijune (Malaysia)
  • Vivi Kartina Hazolene (Malaysia)
  • Vu Bach Lien (Vietnam)
  • Yasmeen Cheong (Malaysia)

Sudrak  Khongpuang, Balance of Life is beautiful No.1

“Equilibrio (Spanish for ‘balance’) celebrates the role of women in the world of visual art, often overlooked and quite frequently underrepresented. The concept of ‘balance’ was chosen as a theme to underscore the challenges faced by women the world over to strike that middle ground, struggling to keep a balance between career and personal life, plus the many roles society expects of them. This exhibition is the first in what is planned to be an annual event surrounding International Women’s Day, which falls on March 8 annually.”

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