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Name: Galeriiizu

Address: No. 3, Lorong Tinggian Tunku, Bukit Tunku, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 019 - 611 6435
Email: izu@galleriiizu.com
URL: http://galleriiizu.com/

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Name: Gallerie TAKSU
Address: 17, Jalan Pawang, Bukit Keramat, 54000, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 603-4251 4396
Fax: 603-4251 4331
Email: taksu@taksu.com
URL: http://www.taksu.com
Opening Hours: Tue - Sat: 10 am - 6 pm; closed Sun & Mon
Rental Fee:
Art exhibitions - RM6500
Private Dinner and Luncheon Functions; BBQ Dinner and Luncheon - RM2500
Cocktail Parties and Receptions - RM2500
# Technical Specs: Seating capacity: 70pax
# Exhibition areas: Main Hall (7.69m x 5.70m); 2nd Hall (4.20m x 3.90m); 3rd Hall (5.95m x 4.15m); 4th Hall (9.87m x 5.35m)
# Lighting and sound equipment - halogen rail spotlights, individual halogen spotlights, Bose sound system and cordless mic
# Swimming Pool
# Private Dinner, Exhibitions, Private Luncheons, BBQ Dinner and Luncheon: 20-70pax
# Cocktail Parties and Receptions: 50-200pax


Description:

The Gallery began operation in 1994 but traces its origins back to 1989 when Suherwan Abu and Alan Wong began to amass a private collection of contemporary Indonesian artworks. Several years later, the initial investment paid off and the artists represented by the Gallery gained acclaim.

In 1994, the Gallery was opened with a new partner YM Tunku Nina Mansur and its first show by Javanese painter Rachmansjah received critical acclaim.

The Gallery aspires to be an avenue through which art can be shared, experienced and enjoyed. Already the Gallery has an excellent reputation as a location for dinner parties, cocktails and of course, an art gallery with a difference.

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Name: Gallery @ Starhill
Address: 4th Floor, Starhill Centre, 181, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-21433323
Email:
Opening Hours: 11am - 8pm
Description: The Gallery @ Starhill showcases a collection of original paintings and sculptures by established Malaysian artists like Eng Tay, Khalil Ibrahim, Ismail Latiff and Chong Hon Fatt. It also features paintings by up and coming artists like Jack Ting, Kam Woei Yann & Yap Chin Hoe.

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Name: Islamic Arts Museum
Address: Jalan Lembah Perdana, 50480, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2274 2020
Fax: 03-2274 0529
Email: info@iamm.org.my
URL: http://www.iamm.org.my
Opening Hours: Tuesdays to Sundays and Public Holidays (10am-6pm); Closed on Mondays.
Rental Fee: 1. Auditorium size: 460 sq.m. Seats 247 people. Suitable for a range of academic and entertainment programmes.

Usage Per hour RM200/hour

Half day (4 hours) RM200/hour

Whole day (8hours) RM200/hour

Discount Negotiable

2. Inverted Dome Pavilion size: 648 sq.m

With exclusive and elegant ambience, it is a wonderful venue to hold receptions, dinners, product launches, press conferences.

Usage Per hour Rm250/hour

Half day (4 hours) RM250/hour

Daily (8 hours) RM250/hour

Discount Negotiable

3. Special Gallery I and II size: 576 sq.m

Primarily intended for artistic exhibitions, it is also an alternative venue for other events such as conferences, art and product exhibitions, dinners, etc.

Usage Per hour RM230/hour

Half day (4 hours) RM230/hour

Daily (8 hours) RM230/hour

Weekly Monthly Negotiable

Price quoted is for rental of space only. It does not include decorations or other facilities except fixed lighting. Special arrangements can be made for long term rental and catering requirements.

Technical Specs: Please call IAMM for complete technical details.

Description: The Museum which was founded in 1998, is the only Museum of its kind to be built in the Asia Pacific region as a showcase for the arts and cultures of Islam.

IAMM is situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's tourist belt amidst the lush greenery and within walking distance to the National Mosque, Bird Park and National Planetarium.

The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia aims to be the Custodian, Restorer, Preserver and Educator of Islamic Arts. It is a non-profit organisation protecting and preserving priceless works of art so as not to deprive our young.

With a built-up area of more than 22,000 m2 and costing over RM70 million, it houses some of the most precious and timeless work of Islamic art reflecting the achievements, aspirations and cultural conviction of one of the greatest civilisations in the history of mankind.

Apart from existing and previously acquired artefacts, exhibits in the custody of the Museum comprise of private collections that are donated, sponsored and loaned on a temporary basis. The Museum has also allocated a large conservation area for the preservation and restoration of manuscripts metal work, woodwork, stone ceramics, textiles, carpets and rugs.

The Museum is embarking on a long term plan to provide programmes and facilities relating to works on calligraphy, ceramics and woodwork to benefit all interest groups from the young to the elderly.

Entrance Fee : Adults (RM8); Visitors below 18 & Students of Higher Learning (RM4); Malaysian Senior Citizens & Students in uniform in a group of 30 & above (RM3); Children below 6 (Free)

Free Admission to: Museum Shop/Restaurant & Museum Café / Children's Library / Art Workshop

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Name: Kafe Kayu Manis
Address: Lot G9, Level 2, Block G, 50490, Pusat Bandar Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-255 9429

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Name: Mun Sen Art Gallery
Address: 10-1 & 12-1, Jalan Telawi 2, Bangsar Baru, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2282 8321
Fax: 03-2282 8321
Email: munsen@tm.net.my
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat (12pm-9pm)

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Name: Nikko Galleria
Address: 1st Floor, Nikko Hotel, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-261 1111

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Name : NN Gallery
Address: 53A & 56A, Jalan Sulaiman 1, Taman Ampang Hilir, 68000, Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-4270 6588
Fax: 03-4270 3357
Email: ngaleri@pc.jaring.my
URL: http://www.nngallery.com.my
Opening Hours: Mon-Sat: 10am-5pm
Rental Fee: Please call to discuss.
Technical Specs: The exhibition area covers 8000 sq. feet. The viewing area is slit into two levels, with a strategic void placed in the center of the first floor to give a sense of space. It is primarily a venue for art exhibitions but has been used to hold a charity concert, and is a location for television commercials and dramas. It seats 60-80 people.

Description: The gallery was officially opened by Syed Nabil Syed Nahar and his sister Sharifah Nor Akmar in early 1995. Syed Nabil, an art historian who obtained his Masters in Art from Sotheby's in London is the creative director of the gallery whilst Sharifah Nor Akmar, an economist by profession, oversees the administration of the gallery. Its aim is to create greater awareness and advance Malaysian and South East Asian art. At the same time NN Gallery serves as a platform for local artists to express their creativity and talent.

NN Gallery predominantly promotes Malaysian artists. It has an eclectic and and interesting collection of works by established and young upcoming artists. Works of art are not confined to paintings alone, but include installation art, sculptures, media art and antique textiles. The gallery specializes in abstract and expressionist art and amongst the artists they represent are Zulkifli Yusoff and Tan Chin Kuan - both internationally acclaimed artists. Whilst works of famed senior artists - Yeoh Jin Leng, Chung Chen Sun, Cheong Laitong, Jolly Koh, Long Thien Shih and Sharifah Fatimah Zubir are regularly displayed.

(includes extracts from "Roundabout Art in Kuala Lumpur" written by Shireen Naziree and published on kulture.com.my in January 2001).

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Name: Orangutan House
Address: 2000 SZENTENDRE, BERCSÉNYI UTCA 7, Hungary, my
Phone : +36-26-300667
Email: orangutanhouse@enternet.hu
URL: http://www.charlescham.com
Description: The Orangutan House displays painting by Malaccan artist, Charles Cham..Here, you can view lots of primitive art, not forgetting modern pop-art.

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Name: Pelita Hati Art Gallery
Address: No. 18, Jalan Tempinis, Lucky Garden Bangsar, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2283 6394
Fax: 03-2283 6394
Email: elina@pc.jaring.my
URL : http://http://welcome.to/pelitahati
Opening Hours: Open Monday to Fridays 10.00am - 6.00pm, Saturdays 11.00am - 4pm.
Rental Fee: No rental
Description: Established in 1995, Pelita Hati Gallery is owned by Tengku Elina Azzizudin. Housed in a bungalow at the quieter end of Kuala Lumpur's fashionable Bangsar Baru, Pelita Hati Gallery offers art consultancy and corporate design services. The gallery is well known for showcasing the works of emerging artists whose talents have often been personally sourced by Tengku Elina herself.

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Name: Picture This & That
Address: 183, Jalan Ampang, 50450, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2145 2430
Fax: 03-2145 2479
Email: info@picturethisthat.com.my
URL: http://www.picturethisthat.com.my
Opening Hours: PT&T works strictly by appointment.
Description:

Best known for its black & white people photography and artistic photography, Picture This & That is photography studio cum gallery. It provides corporate, children, lifestyle & design, outdoor, studio and wedding photography services. It also offers darkroom workshops, videography, and wedding event coordination services.

As a venue, Picture This & That offers a spacious garden wiith ample parking and central access, for events like weddings, birthdays, press conferences and launches, Family Day picnics, and other types of celebrations.

For the year 2003, Picture This & That wishes to make available one of its bungalows for the purpose of an artist studio program. PT&T is fully supportive of the artist's role in community projects. Working in tandem with independent organizations, galleries or corporate bodies for the purpose of funding and sponsorship of the program.

Program Objectives
The key objectives of the Picture This & That Studio Program:
1. collaborate with other art agencies in their existing program;
2. provide residential studios for rent preferably for contemporary visual artists in a variety of media, particularly in video, photography and film-making;
3. facilitate professional development opportunities for artists wherever possible;
4. provide facility working space for artists;
5. enable artistic exchanges and interaction.

Picture This & That wishes to see a mix of:
1. emerging and established artists;
2. artists from Malaysia and overseas;
3. artists from diverse cultural backgrounds;
4. art and design forms appropriate to the studio space.

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Name: Private Gallery
Address: Section 16, 46350, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, my
Phone: 603-7958 2175
Email: stag@tm.net.my
URL: http://www.theprivategallery.com
Opening Hours: Viewing by appointment only
Rental Fee: Open to discussion
Technical Specs: Gallery area: 60' x 20'

Description: The Private Gallery started in 1997, to promote the idea of 'living with art'. Its collection features canvases (oils and acrylics), paper works (mixed media etc.), photographs and sculpture. The artists represented range from very established figures to newer talents, mainly from Malaysia and Sri Lanka.

The gallery has been featured in numerous publications, including Tatler Malaysia (October 1998), Masterpiece (March 1999), Home Concepts (September 1999), E & O Magazine (July 2001), and Harper's Bazaar Malaysia (January 2004).

The gallery has represented Malaysian artists: Eric Peris, Ilse Noor, Khalil Ibrahim, Chin Kon Yit, Tajuddin Ismail, J. Anurendra, Chan Thim Choy, Yeoh Kean Thai, Muhd Fauzul Yusri, Shia Yih Yiing, Teoh Joo Ngee, Siow Yin Yoong; Sri Lankan artists: Leela Bandaranaike Peries, Shehan Madawela, Druvinka Madawela, Stanley Kirinde; Indian artists: Shamshad Husain; and British artists: Sir Roy Calne.

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Name: Pucuk Rebung
Address: Pucuk Rebung, Gallery-Museum, Lot 302-A, Level 3, Ampang Mall, Suria KLCC, 50088, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 603-382 0769, 382 1109
Fax: 603-382 1108
Email: pre@maxis.net.my
URL: http://www.pucukrebung.com
Description: Specialist in Malaysian & Malay Artforms.

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Name: Reka Art Space
Address: GL29, Block C, Kelana Square, 17 Jalan SS7/26, Kelana Jaya, Selangor, my
Phone: 03-7880 5982
Fax: 03-7875 8006
Email: sekthim@reka-art.com
URL: http://www.reka-art.com
Opening Hours: Tue - Sat: 11 am - 5 pm
Rental Fee: Please call for more information.
Technical Specs: Please call for more information.

Description:

Conveniently located just off the LDP in Kelana Jaya, Reka Art Space offers exhibition space and art classes, and accepts portrait commissions.

"Reka Art Space aims to dispel the sense of exclusivitiy often associated with art by establishing a space that is more open and communal in nature," says owner, Chee Sek Thim, a KL-based artist and theatre practitioner.

The gallery itself focusses on artists who have previously been outside the collector's circuit. These include artists with special needs, fresh graduates, and artists who have not actively exhibited their work before.

Art classes are also offered in the adjoining studio at Reka Art Space. Packaged with the working adult in mind, the classes offered are structured as short 4-week modules.

"My aim is to make art and the experience of art making, one that is non-intimidating and accessible to all," says Chee, who has been an art educator since 1990.

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Name: Rimbun Dahan
Address: Kilometer 27, Jalan Kuang, Kuang, Selangor, my
Phone: 03-6038 3690
Email: ajh@pd.jaring.my

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Name: Sandra Knuyt Art Gallery & Shoppe
Address: Level 1, Shangri-La Hotel, 11 Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, my
Phone: 603-2032 4073
Email:
Opening Hours: Open daily: 9 am - 10:30 pm
Description: Permanent collection of latest original paintings by Flemish painter, Sandra Knuyt. Sandra Knuyt original design fine porcelain & glass collections, beachwear, selected accessories and limited-edition gifts.

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Name: Seksan Design
Address: No. 67 Jalan Tempinis 1, Lucky Garden, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-22824611
Fax: 03-22820366
Email: mail@seksan.com

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Name: Silver Gelatin
Address: 34-B, Jalan SS2/67, 47300, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, my
Phone: 03-7877 1477
Email: silvergelatin@pd.jaring.my

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Name: SpaceKraft
Address: Benteng1, River Walk, 50050, 20, Jalan Medan Pasar, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 019-351 1975
Email: spacekraft@maxis.net.my

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Name: Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery
Address: Lot 347, Ground Floor, Rainforest, 1 - UTAMA Shoping Centre (New Wing), Bandar Utama, 47800, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, my

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Name: TINTA Gallery
Address: 8, Lengkok Abdullah, 59000, Bangsar Baru, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2283 4008
Email: fnor@pd.jaring.my

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Name: TJ Fine Art
Address: D.08G Plaza Damas, Jln Sri Hartamas 1 , 50480, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, my
Phone: 603-6201 4718
Email:
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 1 pm 6.30 pm; Sat & Sun by appointment; closed on public holidays.
Description: TJ Fine Art was founded by well-known contemporary Malaysian artist, Tajuddin Ismail in June 2004. The gallery is managed by Puan Khaliah Ismail, who is also the managing Director and co-founder of the gallery.

The gallery was set up to exclusively showcase Tajuddin Ismail's works as well as works by a host of selected contemporary artists from Asia, Europe, America and Latin America.

Artists featured by TJ Fine Art are not only regarded as serious and established, but their works also have a strong personal direction, style and universal appeal. TJ Fine Art also exhibits works by selected contemporary designers and architects. Apart from the organising, promoting, and selling of fine art works and artefacts, TJ Fine Art also provides fine art consultancy services and projects to architects, interior designers and individuals. We also conduct artist workshops and seminars on art, craft and design to the general public.

TJ Fine Art seeks to contribute to Malaysian cultural life by offering artworks of high quality, presenting worthwhile exhibitions and lectures, and by publishing scholarly catalogues. The gallery will also act as a platform for novice art lovers to discover more about fine arts through the works of established artists.

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Name: TMS Art Gallery
Address: No.12 Jalan Wangsa Budi 4, Wangsa Melawati,, 53300, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 6019-2544 128 (Cecilia)
Email: emilia@tmsart.com
URL: http://www.tmsart.com
Opening Hours: By appoinment only
Description: Established in 2003 by Emilia Tan M.S. She herself is a textile and fashion designer. She travelled around Asia in a journey of exploration to find her way in life and studied about other countries' cultures and humanism. After travelling for a few years, she is now working as a batik artist after studying batik painting from Ms.Fatimah Chik, one of the Malaysian Famous Batik Artist.

Mission Statement
To promote, develop, gain explore and acceptable for young contemporary artists.

Objectivities
1.Obtain create opportunities for artists together, share, discuss and exhibit art works and ideas.
2.Provide outlets where customers are exposed to art work for viewing and purchasing. Such environments can be used to bring together artists and public to develop an understanding, appreciation, and free flow of ideas.
3. Educate develop appreciate and provide practical teaching of art techniques to other public.

Methodology
1. Develop forums for artists to meet where free flow of ideas are encouraged, discussion held and exhibitions promoted.
2. Create workshops for general public to be educated and taught practical lessons in art appreciation and technique.
3. Provide environments where artists and public meet for the promotion and sale of art works

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Name: Tomlinson Collection Bangsar Gallery
Address: 30, Jalan Telawi Lima, Bangsar Baru, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2283 2196
Fax: 03-2283 2181
Email: tomlinson@tomlinson-collection.com
URL: http://www.tomlinson-collection.com
Opening Hours: 11am-7pm daily
Description:

Tomlinson Collection was founded in the 1970s in Singapore. With over 30 years of experience in antiques, Tomlinson Collection has steadily built up an excellent reputation as a leading oriental antique specialist in Asia, with fine galleries in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Manila.

Known for its distinctive selection of quality oriental works of arts, the Tomlinson Collection features Chinese antique furniture, imperial robes, textiles, ceramics and Terracotta figurines of the Han, Ming and Tang dynasties. This also includes Khmer sculptures, Indian arts, Japanese Okimono, thangka and antique Buddha images from various parts of Asia. Successful exhibitions are held regularly by Tomlinson Collection at its various galleries around Asia.

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Name: Townhouse Gallery
Address: 19A, Jalan Medang Tanduk, Bukit Bandaraya, Bangsar, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2094 3381
Email: townhouse@townhouse-gallery.com
URL: http://www.townhouse-gallery.com
Opening Hours: Open seven days a week. Viewing is by appointment only. Please call for an appointment.
Rental Fee: Please call for more information.
Technical Specs: Please call for more information.

Description: Set up primarily as a studio and space for Lim Wei-Ling to work and exhibit her paintings, the gallery is situated in a townhouse in Bangsar.

The Gallery occupies 3½ levels of floor space and is open to both local and foreign artists to display and exhibit their works. The space is also available for other art related activities and private functions.

The owners' intention is to support the appreciation of arts and culture, and to allocate a specific portion of the proceeds from each exhibition in support of various worthy causes and charities including towards animal welfare and rights.

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Name: Valentine Willie Fine Art
Address: 1st Floor, 17, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, 59100, Kuala Lumpur, my
Phone: 03-2284 2348
Fax: 03-2282 5190
Email: valentine@artsasia.com.my
URL: http://www.artsasia.com.my
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday 12-8pm, Saturday 12-6pm, Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays
Rental Fee: The gallery is available for rent for special events. Please contact: rachel@artsasia.com.my for details. The gallery does not rent out space for exhibitions.
Technical Specs: Exhibition area of 1200m sq ft. Fully equipped with appropriate lighting and fixtures for hanging paintings.

Description:

VWFA was established in 1998 and is a contemporary art gallery and consultancy based in Kuala Lumpur, focusing on Malaysian and Southeast Asian work. This is an exciting and growing area. The last decade has seen an explosion in demand for Asian art and antiques. This is partly a reflection of the region's dramatic economic advance, but also a sign that a new breed of art collector exists here. These collectors are dedicated to Asia's heritage, and not just yesterday's treasures like Ming porcelain or jade. Contemporary artists offering dynamic new interpretations of old cultural traditions are also enjoying new found attention and much admiration.

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