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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 www.zinc.com.my.

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