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STAR METRO
FRIDAY MAY 4, 2001

CIGAR DEN DOUBLES AS ART SHOWROOM
Story and photos by CHIN MUI YOON

Art appreciation is no longer confined to just galleries or private collections.New galleries have sprung up in places as strange as car showrooms.

Now, even cigar aficionados can enjoy art while puffing their favourite brands or sipping wines in the luxurious confines of the Havana Club of JW Marriott Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

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NEW STRAITS TIMES
JUNE 8, 2004

SALE OF PAINTINGS IN AID OF ACCIDENT VICTIM

Two ambirious men met up with a common goal - to raise funds to help hit-and-run accident victim Suresh Ponnaiah, 13, so that he could undergo an urgent operation for an implant for fixation of the spine.

Gallerriizu@Tamarind Hill managing director Izuldin Hani is hosting artist Husin Hourmain's first solo exhibition entitled "Energy" at the gallery located at Tamarind Hill Restaurant in Jalan Kolam Air Lama, Ampang until Friday.

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IMPIANA
JULY 2004

HUSIN+GALLERIIIZU MENCIPTA "ENERGY"

ESPRESIF neratif melalui garisan, warna dan bentuk seolah-olah sebuah perhalanan minda yang menterjemahkan kekuatan fikiran dalam menampilkan 34 buah koleksi karya Husin Hourmain. Sesuai dengan lokasi pilihan, Galleriiizu @ Tamarind Hill menyediakan...

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KLUE MAGAZINE
SEPTEMBER 2004

LAND BEFORE TIME
BRINGING BACK IMAGES OF CAVE MEN AND BUFFALOS GRAZING IN CONTEMPORARY MODERN ART IS ONE MAN'S JOURNEY TO THE PAST FROM HIS INNERMOST SOUL IN POP PRIMITIVE.
Text MELISA SELLVADURAI

Being the first of its kind in Malaysia, Kedah born Fauzul Yusri attempts to set a new standard in modern contemporary art with his exhibition entitled Pop Primitive. This UiTM graduate draws inspiration from the lush green lands and peaceful atmosphere of the village life he had in Kedah that had moulded his life and character.

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StarMag, THE STAR
SUNDAY, 5 SEPTEMBER 2004

MODERN YET PRIMITIVE
by YELENA GUZMAN

Fauzul Yusri was born in a kampung in Kedah, and lived in what he remember as "unspoilt nature" and "peace" for over 20 years. His current work is an attempt to reconcile these experiences with the complexity and isolation that he sees in the city where he now lives.

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LIFE & TIMES , NEW STRAITS TIMES
SATURDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER 2004

FAUZUL'S JOURNEY ON CANVAS
by BARBARA FOONG

GALLERIIIZU @ Kenny Hill in Kuala Lumpur is holding Fauzul Yusri's third solo art exhibition titled Pop Primitive from now until Oct 8.

Kedah-born Fauzul, 30, a graduate of UiTM, Shah Alam is a full-time artist. His vivid memories of unspoilt nature and the freedom and peace of village life have influenced his work. He prefers to mould his own style and does not conform to the artistic style of a particular mentor.

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UTUSAN
SUNDAY, 3 OCTOBER 2004

FAUZUL KETENGAH POP PRIMITIF
oleh AZRAN JAFFAR

JIKA masyarakat primitif menjadikan dinding gua sebagai wadah komunikasi serta perakam apa yang dilihat, Fauzul Yusri mengetengahkan konsep sama di kanvas sebagaimana katanya: "Kanvas itu adalah perjalanan saya yang mana warna membentuk suasana dan garisan pula memberikan ceritanya."

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IMPIANA MAGAZINE
DISEMBER 2004

EKSPRESI SENI
di celah-celah rimbun hijau

Penyelaras & Penulis: Faizal Oda
Fotografi: Mazlan Yunos

Lantainya tegap ditutup papan jalur. Kemasan dinding begitu polos dengan rona putih dan pencahayaan lampu tumpu dipilih untuk menyerlahkan sesebuah karya. Itulah gambaran biasa jika menyebut tentang sebuah galeri lukisan. Tetapi ada sesuatu yang di galleriiizu. IMPIANA cuba mencari kelainannya.

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TEMPO
NEW STRAITS TIMES
MONDAY, 12 DECEMBER 2005

FALL-FEMALE ORCHESTRA TREAT
by Sharifah Arfah

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