Iconic Rock & Roll


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Con­verse is pre­sent­ing “Youth/Decay Iconic Rock & Roll Pho­tog­ra­phy Exhi­bi­tion” by David Corio at Zinc Art Space, Bangsar from 24 April–5 May 2010.

Con­verse Youth/Decay Iconic Rock & Roll Pho­tog­ra­phy Exhibition.

The exhi­bi­tion is part of their global cam­paign about ignit­ing cre­ativ­ity and stuffs.

You’re on. You’re up, You’re it.

The launch party on Fri­day night was good. Gallery exhi­bi­tion, per­for­mances, good­ies bag, refresh­ments and free beer. What can you ask for more?

Crowd at Zinc Art Space.

There were around 20–30 art­works (just a wild guess) being dis­played that night. Each of them is sell­ing at RM2,000. No kid­ding. That is like my 2 months salary! Ok that’s kidding.

Swee Ping look­ing at the gallery.

I think I’ve seen the pic­ture below of Michael Jack­son some­where but I just couldn’t recall where.

Por­trait of Michael Jackson.

Ladies with me that night, Swee Ping and Kah Wai.

Me and Niki Cheong.

Meet the man behind the lenses, Mr. David Corio, a Lon­doner who has been shoot­ing celebri­ties more than I eat rice.

Me and David Corio the photographer.

Had a lit­tle chat with him and found out that his wife is actu­ally a Malaysian.

Band per­for­mance.

We didn’t stay for the per­for­mance because we had to leave for another event at KL.

The Zinc Art Space opens from 12 PM–6 PM daily and totally closed on Sun­day. Well, it doesn’t make sense to me. Most of the peo­ple are work­ing dur­ing that time. If they are seri­ous about pro­mot­ing art among the soci­ety, they should really think about this.

P/S: For more infor­ma­tion about the exhi­bi­tion, visit the Zinc Art Space web­site at


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