Going beyond Malaysia through art
> The Crossing: Pushing Boundaries exhibition features the artworks of 15 local artists
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.
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.