Anurendra Jegadeva is one of the most established Malaysian contemporary artists in recent times, his works encompass religion, culture, tradition, politics, love, migration and violence.
Multimedia, assemblages, installations, paintings or in accordion folders, J. Anu uses media to dramatize his subject and message.
In the essay, The Melancholy! The Melancholy!, Eddin Khoo wrote: His (J. Anu’s) remains, essentially, an aesthetic sensibility conditioned by melancholy — a painter of nostalgia and the sentimental — offering a distinctive insight into the trappings, contradictions, conflicts, even complacency, that assail when, as in Malaysia, all worlds collide. A great narrator, his works refere
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