It's been a long, long time, since I last attended a printmaking exhibition. Unfortunately, i have many events to cover this Sat but hopefully I have the energy to attend this exhibition and speak to these new (well, new to me but may not be to all) print artists.
Do join me, friends of printmaking -
Opening Reception: ‘Carbon Copy ’- A Printmaking Exhibition,
8pm, 3rd December 2016 ( Saturday )
G13 proudly presents `Carbon Copy ‘, a collaborative printmaking exhibition that features six printmakers from three countries. We will be showcasing artworks from Agung Prabowo and Mohamad ‘Ucup’ Yusuf from Indonesia, Hug Yin Wan and Sabihis Pandi from Malaysia, Jakkee Kongkaew and Thammasin Darunkan from Thailand.
‘Carbon Copy’ is a group exhibition that focuses on highlighting printmaking as one of the most important discipline in fine art. Collectively, the artworks varies differently both on themes and technical aspects which is a blend between contemporary and conventional method. This exhibition does not only aim to emphasize on printmaking artworks alone but also to disclose the possibility that defies the pinnacle of the discipline. Do drop by our gallery to witness these refreshing artworks from these Asean printmakers.
`Carbon Copy’ runs from 3rd December until 17th December 2016 at G13 Gallery. Gallery opens daily from 11am to 5pm, closed on Sundays and Public Holidays. To find out more about the exhibition, please log on to www.g13gallery.com or www.facebook.com/G13gallery. You may also feel free to call 03 - 7880 0991, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more.
Exhibition Period : 3rd – 17th December 2016
Opening Reception : 8pm, 3rd December 2016 ( Saturday )
Venue : G13 Gallery, GL13, Ground Floor, Block B, Kelana Square, Jalan
SS7/26, 47301 Kelana Jaya, Selangor. (behind Paradigm Mall)
Exhibition Hour : Open daily : 11am – 5pm (Closed on Sunday and Public Holiday)
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.g13gallery.com
Facebook : www.facebook.com/G13gallery
Credits: All photos and information given by G13 Gallery (via email). Thank you and all the best to the artists!