The Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF) is proud to present ARTAID16 - an exhibition of the finest arts from prominent Malaysian artists.

A limited number of truly exquisite and original artworks are available during this exhibition. Your purchase will support an important social cause that has directly impacted more than 100,000 Malaysians and indirectly touched countless others.

Proceeds from ARTAID16 will be channeled to MAF’s treatment, care and support programmes for women and children living with HIV throughout the country..

All artwork purchases during ARTAID16 will be entitled to tax exemption receipt..


  1. Afiq Faris
  2. Ahmad Shukri Mohamed
  3. Ahmad Zakii Anwar
  4. Alexandra Hon
  5. Anisa Abdullah
  6. Arif Fauzan Othman
  7. Azam Aris
  8. Azrin Mohd
  9. Bayu Utomo Radjikin
  10. Bibi Chew
  11. Chang Yoong Chia
  1. Chan Kok Hooi
  2. Chong Ai Lei
  3. Cinta Ayuandrea
  4. Deyanna Deraman
  5. Fadilah Karim
  6. Fauzulyusri
  7. Gan Chin Lee
  8. Halim Rahim
  9. Hasanul Isyraf Idris
  10. Haslin Ismail
  11. Hisyamuddin Abdullah
  1. Jalaini Abu Hassan
  2. Datuk Jimmy Choo
  3. Khairul Azmir Shoib (Meme)
  4. Khairulizham Md Rashid
  5. Kim Ng
  6. Kow Leong Kiang
  7. Lim Kok Teong
  8. Mohd Al-Khuzairie Ali
  9. Najib Bamadhaj
  10. Nia Khalisa
  11. Noor Mahnun Mohamed
  1. Phuan Thai Meng
  2. Poodien
  3. Razalli Lesut
  4. Roslisham Ismail a.k.a Ise
  5. Sabihis Md Pandi
  6. Sabri Idrus
  7. Saiful Razman
  8. Samsudin Wahab
  9. Shafiq Nordin
  10. Shia Yih Yiing
  11. Tetriana Ahmad Fauzi
  12. Umibaizurah Mahir@Ismail
  13. Zac Lee

Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF)

The Malaysian AIDS Foundation (MAF) is a non-profit organisation that raises and administer funds to support the activities and programmes of Malaysian AIDS Council (MAC) and its Partner Organisations. It was formally incorporated under the Trustees (Incorporation) Act 1952 on May 13, 2003. Through its activities and programmes, MAF was able to reach out to as many people living with HIV as possible with health services, care and compassion, so as to improve their quality of life and enable them to contribute positively back to society.

To date more than 100,000 Malaysians have been diagnosed with HIV,  with more than 17,000 death reported. Many of whom came from underprivileged backgrounds with limited access to basic health care and suffer stigma and discrimination attached to HIV and AIDS – in work place, in public services, even in education sector.

  • White Box @ Publika Solaris Dutamas

    Level G2, Block A5,
    Solaris Dutamas,
    No 1, Jalan Dutamas 1,
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
    T +603-6207 9732