Artworks by Wong Ming Hao (left) and Muslim Mattajim (right)

Malaysian artists could certainly use any form of support, be it financially or through exposure to showcase their works to the masses.

Luckily for these 27 young and upcoming artists, they’re getting both thanks to RHB Banking Group.
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A piece by Rais Azmi.

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Malaysia’s fourth largest financial services group is set to display some 100 artworks created by these talented artists from June 24 to 30 and it’ll center on the theme of “Diversity & Inclusivity” according to the press release sent out.
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Sanjeev Ananthan Yawanarajah depicts what robots dream when they’re in sleep mode.

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Dubbed the Art With Heart (AWH) 2019 the third edition of the annual exhibition will feature the works of Professor Dr. Zaimie Sahibil, Dayang Mazianah Sidek, Mohd Auzal Khan Bakri, Tay Lu Yee, Tengku Nurhadilah, Muslim Mattajim, Budriz Miasan, Wong Ming Hao, Nor Tijan Firdaus, Biri Usine Anak Panau, Andy Sumbing, Wong Wensu, Sanjeev Ananthan Yawanarajah, Rozlina Mohd Khairy, Rais Azmi, Norlisham Nor, Mohammad Haziq, Alicia Lau, Izzat Hamdan, Ibrahim Abdullah, Hug Yin Wan, Dzul Afiq, Badruddin Syah, Anwar Rahman, Anna Azzreena, and Ain Rahman.
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Lonely Teardrop, an oil painting on canvas by Ibrahim Abdullah.

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“RHB’s Art with Heart Exhibition provides young and emerging artists with a platform to showcase their talent and ideas, while promoting the local art scene and encouraging the public to appreciate works of art by our home-grown artists.

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“This year’s exhibition also allows us to appreciate the unique interpretation of the theme by the artists through their artworks. Through AWH we hope to deepen the appreciation of art among Malaysians and accord our young and emerging local artists with added mileage in reaching a larger audience,” Norazzah Sulaiman, Group Chief Communications Officer, RHB Banking Group explains.
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The traditional Rungus house by Tay Lu Yee.

By the way, when we had written about how artists need to learn to be more financially literate, we had also briefly mentioned that the arts is also a form of investment.

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So if you’re to attend this exhibition which is set to be held from 10am to 10pm at the Bangsar Shopping Centre (concourse area) in Kuala Lumpur, you’ll have a chance to invest in these artists.

Priced between RM500 to RM26,000, there’s a 5% discount for those who purchase these artworks from their RHB accounts!

Here’s more details on the exhibition.

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