MELUKIS PUISI: SEBUAH PENCITRAAN PUISI-PUISI PYANHABIB: Artworks

Jalaini Abu Hassan
Butir-butir Kata
2015  Akrilik & bitumen di atas kanvas  213 x 213 cm
Izaddin Matrahah
Penyair dan Harga Puisi
2015   Pensil warna, akrilik & kolaj digital di atas kanvas  121 x 92 cm
Annassuwandi Ahmad
Ombak
2015  Media campuran di atas kanvas  100 x 120 cm
Aznan Omar
Bola Mata
2015  Kepingan aluminium  127 x 127 x 26 cm
Saharuddin Supar
Luka-luka Menyembuh
2015  Keluli & kaca (6 panel)  51 x 38 cm (setiap satu)
Zuraimi Abdul Rahim
Bahtera Nuh
2015  Akrilik di atas canvas  91.5 x 91.5 cm
Anne Samat
Mari Kita Bercinta & Perawan
2015  Rotan, gentian fiber, skru & manik di atas jaring logam  183 x 122 cm  (setiap satu) reserved
Suddin Lappo
Bilah-Bilah Dinihari
2015  Dakwat di atas kanvas  183 x 122 cm
Azrin Mohd
Kota Kenangan
2015  Cetakan 3D, plastik ABS, cetakan sutera saring & akrilik di atas kanvas 
92.5 x 114 x 10 cm reserved
Samsudin Wahab
Layar
2015  Cat minyak di atas kanvas  183 x 121 cm  reserved
Adeputra Masri
Kenyang
2015  Akrilik di atas kanvas  150 x 180 cm
Haslin Ismail
Dari Dalam Kamar
2015  Akrilik & kolaj di atas kanvas  180 x 180 cm
Azam Aris
Owh
2015  Pena matabola di atas kanvas & gitar  36 x 99 x 9 cm
Syahbandi Samat
Hidup
2015  Pena matabola di atas kanvas  115 x 180 cm
Nizam Rahmat
Secawan Kopi Hitam – Lengang
2015  Akrilik, bitumen, dakwat & polyurethane di atas kanvas  183 x 122 cm  reserved
Jamil Zakaria
Lidah Terbelit Lidah Terselit
2015  Dawai logam di atas kayu  120 x 75 cm
Arikwibowo Amril
M/S 6
2015  Arang & kertas kolaj di atas kanvas  140 x 181 cm (setiap satu)  reserved
Anisa Abdullah
Lengang
2015  Kolaj di atas kanvas  121 x 104 cm
Mohd Akhir Ahmad
Hal Semalam Punya Cerita
2015  Cat minyak di atas kanvas  183 x 183 cm
Faisal Suhif
Segenggam Tanah
2015  Cetakan mono di atas kanvas  122 x 152 cm 
Sabihis Md Pandi
Taman
2015  Cetakan kayu & blok cetakan di atas kanvas  124 x 186 cm  reserved
Latif Maulan
Permainan Harimau
2015  Cat minyak di atas kanvas (dua panel)  122 x 122 cm  reserved
Khairul Arshad
The Promised Land
2015  Akrilik di atas kanvas  183 x 183 cm
Fadhli Ariffin
Direnung Maut
2015  Video & resin di atas kayu  84.5 x 83 cm
Kamal Sabran
Direnung Maut
2015  Cat minyak di atas kanvas, filem transparen dengan projektor overhed
90 x 90 cm
Khairul Izham
Surat Kepada Tuan Pee Emm
2015  Akrilik di atas kanvas  137 x 111 cm  reserved
Poodien
Bunyi. Huruf. Ruang
2015  Cat sembur & akrilik di atas canvas  104 x 57 cm (setiap satu)
Hisyamuddin Abdullah
Penghuni Kota Lalat
2015  Akrilik di atas perspeks & kanvas  61 x 43 cm (setiap satu)  reserved
Meor Saifulah Lulaed
Manusia Berakalkan Haiwan
2015  Media campuran di atas kanvas  145 x 99 cm
Shafiq Nordin
The Big Fat Liar
2015  Akrilik di atas kain jut dengan bingkai  75 x 75 cm   reserved
Fairuz Paisan
Monolog Seekor Haiwan
2015  Timbulan & asemblaj di atas papan terpakai  115 x 153 cm

MELUKIS PUISI: SEBUAH PENCITRAAN PUISI-PUISI PYANHABIB: E-Invite

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MELUKIS PUISI

Adalah sebuah acara rentas bidang di antara seni visual dengan seni puisi. Sejumlah tiga puluh satu seniman kontemporari Malaysia pelbagai usia daripada seniman muda hinggalah seniman utama telah diberi tanggungjawab untuk menciptakan sebuah karya visual berdasarkan interpretasi mereka terhadap puisi-puisi Pyanhabib Rahman yang  diangkat daripada buku antologi sajak beliau berjudul Balada Pyanhabib terbitan Institut Terjemahan dan Buku Malaysia.

Acara ini juga merupakan sebuah penghargaan kepada  Pyanhabib Rahman, seorang tokoh penyair terkenal tanah air yang telah mengabdikan seluruh jiwa dan raga untuk dunia seni selama lebih daripada empat dekad. Beliau yang juga merupakan anggota kumpulan Anak Alam sangat dikenali sebagai seorang seniman yang aktif dan agresif menyuarakan pandangan serta komentar terhadap kepincangan sosial, politik, budaya dan persekitaran dengan nada-nada yang keras namun sinikal.
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Sabihis Md Pandi
Taman
2015 / Cetakan kayu & blok cetakan di atas kanvas / 124 x 186 cm

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​Mohd Akhir Ahmad
Hal Semalam Punya Cerita
2015 / Cat minyak di atas kanvas / 183 x 183  cm

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​Suddin Lappo
Bilah- Bilah Dinihari
2015 / Dakwat di atas kanvas / 183 x 122  cm​

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​Nizam Rahmat
Secawan Kopi Hitam – Lengang
2015 / Akrilik, bitumen, dakwat & polynrethane di atas kanvas / 183 x 122  cm

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Azam Aris
Owh
2015 / Pena matabola di atas kanvas & gitar / 36 x 99 x 9  cm

PAINTING A POEM: VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF PYANHABIB’S POEMS: Press Release


PAINTING A POEM: VISUAL REPRESENTATIONS OF PYANHABIB’S POEMS: A SPECIAL TRIBUTE EXHIBITION TO ONE OF THE MOST DISTINCTIVE PERSONALITIES IN THE LOCAL LITERARY SCENE

KUALA LUMPUR, May 2015 – The exhibition titled “Painting a Poem: Visual Representations of Pyanhabib’s Poems” brings together 30 of Malaysia’s top, mid-career and upcoming contemporary visual artists whose works in both two- and three-dimensions are based on their readings and interpretations of and reactions towards the poems selected from the anthology Balada Pyanhabib published by Institut Terjemahan & Buku Malaysia (ITBM) in 2012. Two main aims of this project are to highlight the cross-disciplinarity between visual and literary artists, and to enhance visual artists’ capability in reading literary texts and transforming them into visual images.

On this coming 27th May 2015, HOM Art Trans is proud to present a special tribute exhibition to a renowned contemporary Malaysian poet and writer, Pyanhabib (his birthday coincidentally falls on the same date as the launching of the exhibition). Sharp and witty though never pedantic, and presented in his own characteristic way, Pyan’s poetry and writing explore various issues related to social, political and environmental concerns as well as the arts. A highly respected figure whose career has spanned more than four decades, Pyan, who was also affiliated with Malaysia’s famous Anak Alam collective, has not only endeared many with his idiosyncratic delivery of his wry poems and enlightened others with his penetrating insights through his writings, but is also an inspiring man of letters who has lived his life with pride, optimism and integrity.

The launching of the exhibition will be officiated by the Chief Executive Officer of ITBM, Mr. Mohd Khair Ngadiron. Additionally, in between speeches there will be a performance by Hasnul Rahmat, an award winning actor and a poet, together with Hakim, also known as Awang Ketut, who will recite poems in a conversational manner. Rahmat Haron, an activist and a poet, will be performing as well. Aside from that, members of the audience also will have an opportunity to perform as there will be an open mic session on that night. “This project is a very special event for HOM this year. The main purposes of this show are to celebrate different fields of the arts, and to serve as a cross-disciplinary project between visual and literary artists,” explained Bayu Utomo Radjikin, the director of HOM Art Trans who just came back from overseas in order to ensure the smooth progress of the exhibition.

The artists selected for this special exhibition represent some of the best and well-known artists in the local contemporary art scene today. They include Jalaini Abu Hassan, a senior painter and educator who was also one of Pyan’s close friends during his time with Anak Alam, and Aznan Omar, a veteran contemporary sculptor and educator whose work is normally imbued with observations and symbolisms rooted in Malay proverbs and sayings. Other noteworthy participants include two prominent self-taught artists, namely, Adeputra Masri, who is noted for his mixed media paintings on politics and everyday realities of the common people, as well as Latif Maulan, one of the country’s top photorealist figurative painters whose private visual metaphors and complex compositions have placed him ahead of many other trained figurative painters. Also featured in this tribute exhibition is Samsuddin Wahab @ Buden, one of the most recognisable young artists vastly known for his sharp and satirical takes on local politics through his paintings, prints and sculptures.

The prestigious Saatchi exhibition in the UK in 2014 featured many top and emerging Malaysian artists, including Azrin Mohd and Anne Samat. Both artists, who are steadily building a reputation with their uncommon mixed media sculptures and installations, are in this show too. Anne, together with another mixed media artist participating in the exhibition, Annisa Abdullah, are among the top ten upcoming woman artists in the country. Recent winners of the Malaysian Emerging Artist Award (MEAA), Shafiq Nordin and Sabihis Md Pandi, will also be lending their artistry to making this wonderful tribute show an unusual affair. Shafiq, whose paintings combine the popular and the absurd rendered in the style to imitate woodcut images as a way to express his indignation at the various nefarious players of geopolitics, and Sabihis, whose fresh approach to printmaking includes engaging with the games that individuals with vested interests play, will find much inspiration from Pyan’s poems. One final note, a book accompanying this exhibition, especially published for this occasion, will include several latest poems by Pyanhabib and is available for sale.

Painting a Poem: Visual Representations of Pyanhabib’s Poems” is the first in a series of exhibitions organised by HOM Art Trans as part of a project aimed at creating visual representations of literary texts by prominent poets and writers.

ABOUT THE ORGANISER

HOM is an independent art space that seeks to assist and support the development of visual art in Malaysia, whilst facilitating networking and exhibition-related opportunities with Southeast Asian counterparts.

HOM’s core objective is to promote and nurture young artists through its key programmes: The Residency, the Art Fund and the Art Award.

Founded in 2007, the space comprises a gallery, a studio and an art archive.


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Mimie Baharuddin
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