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That Day, I Was Sketching on the Street

Ong Hieng Fuong, Visual Artist

29-Jul-22 14:35

That Day, I Was Sketching on the Street

That day, I was sketching on the street is Ong Hieng Fuong’s debut solo exhibition, and is described as a display of his conversations with observed moments of life. His works are rendered in a variety of mediums, from vibrant poster colours to elaborate woodcuts. He joins us to talk about his works, and how growing up in Tanjung Sepat, a small fishing town in Selangor, formed much of the inspiration for his artworks.

Image credit: The Back Room KL

Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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Tags:  Ong Hieng Fuongwoodcut printsbackroom klvisual arts

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