NOTE: Press coverage of the Pillars of Sabah community art project and its activities do not necessarily reflect the true position and perspectives of the project itself. While the project does actively provide all the necessary, accurate information, with emphasis on particular key information, the project has found that this does not guarantee the integrity of the information published.

Malaysian arts jostle with draconian laws, conservative attitudes

by Marco Ferrarese, The Star, 6 May 2021

Pillars of Sabah issue resolved after apology by art gallery

by Free Malaysia Today, 28 April 2021

After artworks erased, Pillars of Sabah controversy settled following meeting and apology

by Julia Chan, Malay Mail, 27 April 2021

‘Pillars of Sabah’ artists still awaiting apology

by Julia Chan, Malay Mail, 22 April 2021

“They disregarded our feelings” M’sian Artist Heartbroken Over ‘Pillars of Sabah’ Removal

by Erica Pamela Sadom, World of Buzz, 21 April 2021

Removal of artwork from Pillars of Sabah ‘case of bullying’, say artists

by Durie Rainer Fong, Free Malaysia Today, 21 April 2021

Sabah apologises over removal of Pillars of Sabah artworks

by Olivia Miwil, New Straits Times, 19 April 2021

Ministry: Wrong to remove artworks

by Jenne Lajiun, The Borneo Post (Sabah), 19 April 2021

Pillars of Sabah stripped of colour to ‘welcome’ federal minister?

by Rebecca Chong, The Vibes, 19 April 2021

‘Pillars of Sabah’ artworks removed, artists caught by surprise as site gets ready for new installation

by Kristy Inus, The Star, 19 April 2021

Famous ‘Pillars of Sabah’ artwork in KK has disappeared, laments group of artists

by Daily Express, 18 April 2021

Pillars of Sabah arts project can help boost KK tourism, says minister

by Kristy Inus, The Star, 20 December 2020

Community art project Pillars of Sabah returns with 30 new artists

by Kristy Inus, The Star, 14 December 2020

‘Pillars of Sabah’ set for third installment

by The Borneo Post (Sabah), 7 November 2020

The Pillars of Sabah: From the ashes, a derelict space becomes a community art space

by Julia Chan, Malay Mail, 14 May 2019