Greater Action Art Gallery aims to raise funds for, as well as showcase the skills of, talented artists of the diverse refugee communities in Kuala Lumpur.
Each of the art pieces created by the refugees will be done through using a variety of different artistic tools such as acrylic paints, pastel colours, water colours, lead pencils and many more.
Artist development is one of the core missions of Greater Action. Their art pieces are permanently showcased at our centre. You can simply buy their original artworks off our walls or click here to shop for the art pieces online and support our talented artists.
A Glimpse of Our Previous Exhibitions
Our Last Exhibition
Our last exhibition "Bridging Borders" was held on 18th & 19th of November at the KLGCC East
Residence Clubhouse in Bukit Kiara.
This exhibition was Greater Action Art Gallery's second curated exhibition with over 120 original art pieces by talented refugee artists in Kuala Lumpur. This exhibition aimed to motivate these artists, by giving them a platform to showcase their hard work and allowing them to freely express their emotions through their art pieces.
We aim for the world to become more aware of their talents and skills, and hopefully support them in any way possible for the betterment of their livelihoods.
Our First Exhibition
Our first ever curated exhibition took place at East residence Clubhouse at KLGCC and showcased 150 exceptional drawings and paintings by 7 artists aged 13 to 22 years old. This exhibition was their first exposure to the outside world. It was meant to give them recognition, encourage them to continue expressing their feelings through Art, and show them our compassion and solidarity.
The exhibition was attended by over 500 visitors in total, including the Head of UNHCR, Mr. Thomas Albrecht; Head of Malaysian German Chamber of Commerce Mr. Bernbeck.
The artists sold over 46 pieces of art work in total and all the sales proceeds went back to them.