Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection
Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection
Art

Malaysian artist’s works scattered around the world after his death go on show in Hong Kong

  • A private banker in Hong Kong has been collecting his late grandfather’s paintings from around the world after they were sold following his death
  • The level of interest generated is indicative of how eager Asian institutions are to challenge, expand and diversify art historical narratives

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Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection
Michael Yong-Haron (left) and his wife Saniza Othman at the opening of the Yong Mun Sen exhibition in Wan Chai, Hong Kong. Photo: Michael and Saniza Collection
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