ART + ARCHITECTURE AUCTION – HENRY BUTCHER

ART + ARCHITECTURE AUCTION
AUCTION DAY
30 JUNE 2019, 1PM
GALERI PRIMA, BALAI BERITA BANGSAR
ART +
ARCHITECTURE AUCTION
VIEWING
21 – 29 June 2019
Mondays – Sundays
10am – 6pm
Galeri Prima, Balai Berita Bangsar
31, Jalan Riong, Bangsar
59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

LIVE ONLINE BIDDING
AUCTION DAY
30 JUNE 2019, 1PM
GALERI PRIMA, BALAI BERITA BANGSAR
ART + ARCHITECTURE AUCTION
VIEWING
21 – 29 June 2019
Mondays – Sundays
10am – 6pm
Galeri Prima, Balai Berita Bangsar
31, Jalan Riong, Bangsar
59100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

In what promises to be another great art auction, presented by the World renowned Art Auctioneers Messrs. Henry Butcher Art Auctioneers, will present a combination of traditional art pieces together with architectural drawings, paintings, sculptures and photographs.

“Having viewed their superbly represented catalogue, this auction is a must see!” ~ HOMME Magazine  

LOT 73 SHARIFAH FATIMAH SYED ZUBIR, DATO’, The Meeting 13694, 1994
JOLLY KOH
Cat circa 1995
REDZA PIYADASA
Untitled 1990
SAMSUDIN WAHAB
Self-Portrait As General
(Let It Be) 2009
ENG TAY
Untitled 2001
HARRIS RIBUT
Tarian Melayu 2006
TEW NAI TONG
Cows 2001
PETER LIEW
Bukit Tekun By The
Lakeside 2000
LEE CHOR WAH
b. 1960
Old PAM Building, Jalan Tangsi,
Kuala Lumpur, 2018;
Old PAM Building, Jalan Tangsi,
Kuala Lumpur, 2010
signed and dated ‘LCW2018’ (lower left);
signed and dated ‘CHOR WAH 100610’
(lower left)
watercolour on paper;
pen and ink on paper
25 x 35cm; 20 x 29cm (set of 2)
PROVENANCE
Private collection, Kuala Lumpur
RM 2,400 – 4,000

This set of two works capture the grandeur of the old PAM (Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia) building, known as Loke Hall, the mansion was originally built in 1907 by prominent businessman and municipal councilor, Loke Chow Kit. The neoclassical-style mansion is one of the most iconic heritage buildings ever built in Kuala Lumpur and is known for its distinct design, merging European classical forms with traditional Chinese house plans and elements. From 1973 to mid 2012, PAM was the custodian and tenant of Loke Hall.

Ar. Lee Chor Wah was a former CEO of SN Low & Associates Sdn Bhd and is also a Past President of PAM. He was also a board member of Lembaga Akitek Malaysia (LAM) as well as Vice President of Fiabci Malaysia in 2008-2009. Lee Chor Wah graduated from the University of New South Wales, Australia with a B.Arch (Hons) degree, he had worked with Philip Cox, a renowned architectural design and planning practice in Sydney before returning to Malaysia in the early 1990s. Prior to his appointment as the CEO / Director in SN Low & Associates, he was the Senior Vice President / Chief Designer at Reng Design Group Sdn Bhd and Director / Chief Designer with Tak Design Consultants Sdn Bhd. At TAK, he was in charge of various mega master-planning and architectural projects in Pakistan and the UAE such as the GHQ Masterplan and Buildings in Islamabad, and the 110-storey Burj Al Alam in Dubai.

MASYERIN M. NOR
b. 1974
Wing Of Change, 2016
oxidized metal
120 x 300cm
PROVENANCE
Private collection, Selangor
RM 4,000 – 7,000

Wing Of Change
If God gives you wings for a day?
Would you fly to Ethiopia to deliver pizzas for the hungry children?
Would you fly in the sky of Aleppo to stop the ballistic missiles?
Would you fly over the Mediterranean to guide the refugees?
Or Would you rather fly to Paris for the finest caviar and a croissant?
Masyerin M. Nor is the principal architect at Domaine Architects Sdn Bhd, and the firm has won several architectural awards including PAM Awards. The work was made during their shift to their current office in 2016, also a time of a devastating Syrian War. Wing Of Change is one of five of a series called Wings. Masyerin graduated with Bachelor of Architecture with Honours from University of Tasmania, Australia in 1998.

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