Go­ing be­yond Malaysia through art

> The Cross­ing: Push­ing Bound­aries ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tures the art­works of 15 lo­cal artists

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were also dis­played in for­eign ex­hi­bi­tions and gal­leries as well.

"These art­works are of in­ter­na­tional val­ues and are the voices of Malaysians," she said dur­ing the launch.

Petronas chair­man Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Has­san, who was present at the launch, ap­plauded the artists, who still con­sider Malaysia their home, as a few of them are now liv­ing away from the sur­gi­cal risk, al­though risk is very small and the suc­cess rate very high.

Have your eyes prop­erly eval­u­ated and ex­am­ined by the eye sur­geon prior to surgery and dis­cuss all op­tions and po­ten­tial risks in de­tail be­fore mak­ing any as Malaysian, which ex­plores be­yond the bound­aries of this coun­try," he said.

The gallery is open from Tues­day to Sun­day, be­tween 10am and 8pm. Ad­mis­sion is free. fi­nal choices.

Pa­trons ad­mir­ing the art­work en­ti­tled Han­tuhan­tuhan­tuhan­tuhan by artist Ah­mad Fuad Os­man. Mohd Sidek Has­san (sec­ond from right) with the Malaysian artists whose art­works are fea­tured at the Cross­ing: Push­ing Bound­aries ex­hi­bi­tion at Ga­leri Petronas. Qi­blat by artist Bayu Utomo Rad­jikin.

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Pa­trons look­ing at the Langkawi Se­ries art­work. Jin by Anuar Rashid. Part of the Cross­ing: Push­ing Bound­aries ex­hi­bi­tion.

The lentic­ule is re­moved through the small in­ci­sion. The dis­rup­tion to the biome­chan­ics of the cornea is min­i­mal and no flap is cut.

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