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Thursday, 29 December 2011

Minut Init Gallery Updates

This is what i had been up to lately....

Thursday, December 15, 2011Juice Best Of 2011

Best Art Venue!!

Minut Init is punk rock-esque art space, like the smoky underground confined art spaces of the LA do-it-yourself art scene’s glory days. It has been home to alt-art exhibitions such as the new media-inclined Made in Phones and counter culture-sounding Tahi Cicak. It’s easier to name a bigger art venues, but we say let’s give a round of applause to the smaller guys too. -

Tuesday, December 13, 2011
Fresh Creative Juice

Title: Girl01 Artist: Mils Gan (5x10 mixed media on thin board) $700

Title: Girl02 Artist: Mils Gan (5x10 mixed media on thin board) $700

Title: Girl03 Artist: Mils Gan (5x10 mixed media on thin board) $700

Title: Girl04 Artist: Mils Gan (5x10 mixed media on thin board) $700

Title: Untitled Artist: Maryam (9.6x10 color pencil & drawing pen on paper) $100

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Sunday, December 4, 2011

We will be setting up a booth at the annexe gallery central market in the event of :


Presented by Amnesty International Malaysia + The Annexe Gallery

Art Bazaar + Fringe Fest

Sat 10 + Sun 11 Dec 2011, 12pm-8pm

The Annexe Gallery, KL


ONCE AGAIN, HUMAN RIGHTS ARE BURNING UP OUR HEADLINES. Some want equal rights, some want special rights, some have gotten used to having no rights and just want the right NOT to have rights. So whose rights are right? As we celebrate an intensely cool weekend of Art For Grabs – Human Rights Day, brought to you by Amnesty International Malaysia and The Annexe Gallery, perhaps we can find a way to understand what human rights really are.

The art bazaar features the cute, the quirky and the crafty, everything under RM100 each, perfect for Christmas gifts or for yourself – it’s nice to be reminded that this country still has hope. Meanwhile, the fringe events offer a chance to be inspired by expression heroes, revolutionary artists, contemporary communes, radioactive filmmakers, protest singers and other human rights space travellers. Let’s assemble at The Annexe Gallery while we still can. And if we can’t, then we must!

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Sunday, November 20, 2011
JuiceOnline-Minut Init Studio Galleria by Alif Omar Mahfix

Punk Rock Art Space…

Art galleries are often intimidating to the common but artistically-inclined folks, which is ironic considering it is the underclass that creates the most provocative art. Uptown Damansara’s little known Minut Init was conceived as an antithesis to the more opulent and proper galleries in town. Originally an office building, founder James renovated the space into what it is now – a place for art to be presented as it is, strip bare of any formalities. Unlike spacious galleries where empty space is almost obligatory, Minut Init makes full use of what little space it has by giving free rein to the artists over how they want to decorate the space. The gallery itself is as much of a canvas to the artists as the art pieces showcased. This makes for intimate exhibitions where patrons and artists are encouraged to mingle as opposed to the social detachment of regular expansive galleries.

CLIENTELE Talented DIY artists who haven’t had the opportunity to present their work to the public. As for the public themselves, art enthusiasts who fancy something a little more raw. Hipsters, nerds, punk rockers, and post-rockers who dabble in art (or pretend to at least).
ART STYLE Minut Init welcomes a whole range of artistic discipline; paintings, sculptures, drawing, sketches, photography arts, short films, music videos, animations, installations. If there’s one common thread among them, they’re mostly either post-modern or pop art.

ATMOSPHERE Punk rock-esque, like the smoky underground confined art spaces of the LA do-it-yourself art scene’s glory days.

DESIGN Amorphous bare spaces that fill up and change depending on the exhibition currently held. Divided into 6 rooms, 1 being a smoking room for art enthusiasts to chill out and ruminate over the piece they just saw.

DOOR POLICY Exhibitions are mostly free unless specified. You don’t have to look sartorial to enter. In case you haven’t realised by now, Minut Init is pretty hippie in their code of conduct.

OPEN Exhibitions date and time are as advertised and differ from one another.

PARKING It’s Uptown, we are pretty sure you’d know what that means. Usual MBPJ sideway parking spots and rates applies. Expect to double park

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Monday, November 14, 2011
Upgrading Again

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