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About the Artist

"Jeganathan Ramachandram, an established name in the art industry in Malaysia has been an active participant in the local art scene for more than a decade. His intuitive ingenuity and free spirited nature is the very foundation that has allowed him to produce great art works.His paintings are characterized by sublime images that seek to express the deep rooted impressions of the super conscious mind. Hence, every painting of his has a story to tell."

Winds of Desire

Winds of Desire: Contemporary Art by Malaysian Indian & Sri Lankan Artists

  • a group art exhibition that showcases the rich and exceptional talents of 13 Malaysian artists of Indian & Sri Lankan descent.

“Winds of Desire” features works painting, sculpture and photography by new and established artists including Dr. S. Chanthiran, V. Chanthiran, Eric Peris, Indumathy, Jeganathan Ramachandran, Dr. Krishnan, K. Khrishnan, Michel Anthony, Nirmala Karuppiah, Syed Thajudeen, Sivam Selvaratnam, Sivarajah Natarajan and Steven Menon.

Date: 30th June - 11th July 2010

Time: 11 am - 8 pm

(Opening: 30th June at 8pm)

Venue: The Annexe Gallery

Central Market Annexe,
Jalan Hang Kasturi,
50470 Kuala Lumpur


ART MATTERS: A Forum on Malaysian Contemporary Art – A Non-Mainstream Perspective

4th July 2010, Sunday, 3pm

Admission: Free

In conjunction with the “Winds Of Desire” exhibition, Sutra Gallery is also proud to present “Art Matters: A Forum on Malaysian Contemporary Art – A Non-Mainstream Perspective”. The forum examines the contribution of Malaysian artists from Indian and Sri Lankan descent in their journey to find their voice in Malaysian art circle. Art Matters features an informal talk on art by enthusiast and collector Prof Krishna Rampal and artist activist
Jeganathan Ramachandran, followed by an informal forum discussing the ‘blindspots’ in adressing issues pertaining the participation of Malaysian Indian artists in mainstream art activities.