100 Pieces: Art for All
Wei-Ling Contemporary, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1 May 2021 – 2 June 2021
Co-curated by Amanda Ariawan and Celina Loh.
100 Pieces: Art for All presents an opportunity where those who are interested in starting to collect art, can begin. The art fair style exhibition hopes to reevaluate the misconception that art collecting is for the elite few. By offering artworks which start from RM 400 (£70), it hopes to make art collecting more accessible to the wider public.
Presenting works by internationally distinguished artists such as Yau Bee Ling, Michal Macků and Anurendra Jegadeva, 100 Pieces: Art for All advocates for artists with a constructed and developed practice, grounded in the variables of intellectual and imaginative inquiry.
Through an art fair setting that supports dedicated artists while allowing everyone the chance to start or grow their collection, 100 Pieces: Art for All encourages the enthusiasm to engage and collect art in Malaysia – art is for the many and not the few.