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The Kids Are Alright

Sophia Shung, gallery owner, Suma Orientalis

06-Feb-20 15:00

The Kids Are Alright

New artists can often find it a challenge to establish what their works are about and where they are heading. An exhibition called “Tikitiboo” - a word derived from the British occupation of India, which means “everything is fine and alright” - tries to provide a space to examine these questions, by featuring emerging artists of diverse backgrounds. We speak with the organiser of the exhibition, Sophia Shung.

Produced by: Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan


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Categories:  FilmVisual ArtsHistoryPeople and Places

Tags:  The Bigger PictureFront RowartMalaysian artcontemporary artMalaysian artistsemerging artists





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