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Ida Bagus Putu Purwa

Ida Bagus Putu Purwa

Ida Bagus Putu Purwa’s (or shortly Purwa) concept of art works is his continuous search of freedom. His paintings speak about human bodies in a true search and longing for freedom, realising that human existence or ones’ due rights was given to them since birth.

Although the subjects in the paintings sometime take different shape or posture, they are in fact an expression of himself. For this reason the figures are embodiments of the artist himself. His works are expression of this quest to freedom and a reflection of the suffering of this urge to realise his dream.

Wearing mask or face painted to hide agony, jumping high or almost disappear to the side while running, the figures move till the edge of the canvas (or paper) as if they are looking to break out of the frame, looking for freedom outside their confined edges. Inspired by the traditional Balinese dance, the figures appear to dance with vigorous movements, expressing anger and frustration. Sometime those figures stand precariously close to the edge of an imaginary cliff with unknown depth.

The figures somehow seem to realise their own physical limitations and destiny if you like and thus reflects a struggle for self-acceptance, perhaps resignation.

Abounding with heightened emotions and rich cultural traditions, Purwa’s stylised figures draw upon the diversity and vibrancy of his background. Graceful composition showing vulnerable strength and light-footed postures bear the weight of mental burden.

Born:
Sanur, 1 October 1977

Education:
STSI, Denpasar, Bali

Artist Bio

Exhibition

2019

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2017
Solo exhibition, “Vague Memories”, Santrian Gallery, Sanur, Bali
Art Sampoerna, The Atrium Sampoerna Strategic Building, Jakarta
“Art-tivities Now”, group exhibition, Breeze Art Space, Tangerang, Jakarta

2014
“Legacy of Power” ARTJOG 14, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Asah Asih Asuh” Sika Contemporary Gallery, Bali
“Locaforce 2014” Bale Pare Hall Exhibition, Kota Baru Parahyangan, Bandung
“Re(ART)ionship” Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta

2013
“Fascination” Avantgarde Berlin, Berlin, Germany in cooperation with Gallery Lukisan
” IMBA TUBUH ” DIA.LO.GUE Art Space, Jakarta

2009
“Rising sons from the archipelago”, Gallery Lukisan, Dublin, Ireland
Solo exhibition, “Sign Session”, Boya Fineart & Tony Raka Gallery, Ubud Bali

2008
Solo exhibition, “Break Out”, Boya Fineart & Elcanna Art Gallery, Jakarta

2007
Joint exhibition “Question of Distance”, Boya Fineart & Elcanna Art Gallery, Jakarta

2006
“Intuitive Reflection”, at Kiridesa Gallery, Kirds Singapore
“Jago”, at Niki Gallery, Ubud, Bali
“Maskulin”, at Danes Art Veranda, Bali
“Bali in Contemplation”, at O House Gallery, Jakarta
“Shape Expression of Bali Cultural Part”, at Art Centre Denpasar, Bali
“Sanur Festival”, at Santrian Gallery, Bali
“Unlimited Ten Fine Art”, at Danes Art Veranda, Bali
“Panorama Ten Fine Art”, Ganesha Gallery, 4 Season, Jimbaran, Bali

2005
“Melbourne Affordable Art Show 2005”, at Royal Exhibition Building , Carlton Melbourne, Australia
“Ten Fine Art”, at Hogart Collect Gallery, Australia
Twinning Exhibition (with Ketut Teja Astawa): “Art As Self Expresion”, at Santrian Art Gallery, Bali
“Brikolase”, at Ten Fine Art, Sanur, Bali
“Black & White Group Hybridism”, at Pilar Batu Gallery, Ubud, Bali

2004
“Sanur Painter Association Mosaic Exhibition”, at Santrian Art Gallery, Sanur, Bali.
“Drawing New Harmony II”, at Rare Angon Gallery, Sanur, Bali
“Triplet OH”, at Sudana Gallery, Ubud, Bali
“Exhibition at Guet Gallery”, at Sanur, Bali
“10 Artist Introduce Themselves”, at 10 Fine Art Sanur, Bali
“Auction”, at Swissotel the Stamford, Singapore
“Red by Black & White Group”, at Tama Gallery, Ubud, Bali
“The Journey by Sanur Painter Association”, at Puri Lukisan Museum, Ubud, Bali

2003
“TAI Black Dies Natalis STSI XXXVI”, at STSI, Denpasar, Bali
“BIG from Fine Artist In 16”, at Art Center Denpasar & Santrian Gallery, Sanur, Bali
“LELAKUT”, at Peguyangan Rice Farm, Denpasar, Bali
“New Harmony”, at Rare Angon Gallery, Sanur, Bali
“Bali Art Festival XXV”, at Art Center, Denpasar, Bali
“Sarasvaty in Imagination”, at Nandya Gallery, Ubud, Bali
“Red & White Reflection”, at Margarana National Monument, Tabanan, Bali

2002
“Trouble”, at Padang Linjong, Krobokan, Bali
Exhibition of Sanur Painters Association: “Soft Opening Santrian Gallery”, at Santrian Gallery, Sanur, Bali
“Exhibition and Demonstration”, at Apache Bar, Kuta, Bali
“Fine Artist in 16”, at Gabrig Art Gallery, Sanur, Bali
“Paradise Youth Activity for Humanity Sangga Bhuana”, at RRI, Denpasar, Bali

2001
“Exhibition of Sanur Painters Association”, at Balairung Dewi Sri, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Exhibition Hall, Jimbaran, Bali
“Indonesia-Japan Cultural Exhibition with Balinese Flowers”, at Kuta Centre, Bali

1997
“Creativity Exhibition for Welcoming Guest of PERTAMINA”, at STSI, Denpasar, Bali
3rd Anniversary of Kamasra at STSI Sanur, Denpasar, Bali

1996
“Gebyar SMK” Indonesia, SMSRN Denpasar, Bali (“All Indonesian Senior High School Creativity Show)

Awards

1989
The Best Artwork of Painting Competition, Denpasar Bali

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Iswanto Soerjanto

Iswanto Soerjanto

Iswanto Soerjanto has been working for more than 2 decades as an advertising photographer but is seeking to find other forms of photography. As an experienced photographer he makes high quality photos. His interest in the history of photography and techniques leading him to experiment with the medium, stepping outside the traditional boundary of the modern digital camera.

While other photography artists experimenting with the digital forms of photography, Iswanto Soerjanto goes back to the old camera obscura, antique tintype photography, glass photographic plates eventually omitting the negatives, and using unusual chemicals and different ways of processing the photo-sensitive paper. The majority of his artworks consist of chemigrams and cyanotypes, created with techniques and philosophy rooted in oriental culture.

Chemigram (link to Wikipedia for the definition) is a method to produce work on photo-sensitive paper using all kinds of chemicals with or without light exposure. Due to the absence of physical or digital negatives (or positives) there is no possibility to reproduce or reprint the photos, hence the works are all unique pieces.

Cyanotye is a photographic process that produces a cyan-blue print. While cyanotype method allows reproduction from drawings, other printed media or many sorts of other materials, due to the method of creating the artwork, most of the cyanotype artworks are also unique pieces. Note that all Iswanto Soerjanto’s cyanotype works are unique pieces.

Born:
1967

Education:
Law School
Brooks Institute of Photography, California, USA

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

2020
“Painting With Light”, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

2018
“Re-Definition” – Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung, Indonesia

 

Group Exhibition

2022
Art Jakarta 2022, Mizuma Gallery (Singapore), Jakarta, Indonesia

2021
“Road To Bandung Photo Trienale”, Bandung, Indonesia
“How Are We Doing”, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

2020
Art Jakarta 2020 (online), Mizuma Gallery (Singapore), Jakarta, Indonesia

2019
“On/Out Of Paper” – Mizuma Gallery, Singapore
KunstRAI Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan
Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018
“From the Archives”, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore
ART JAKARTA, The Ritz Carlton Jakarta Pacific Place Ballroom

2016
Why are we doing What we r doing? – Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

2015
Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

2011
“Beyond Photography”, Ciputra Artpreneur Center, Jakarta

2008
Garis Art Space, Jakarta

2004
Garis Art Space, Bali

2000
Nine Art Gallery, Yogyakarta

1996
“PHOTOMORGANA” Photography Exhibition held by Professional Photographer Association of Indonesia (APPI)

1993
“INSPIRATION” Photography Exhibition held by Professional Photographer Association of Indonesia (APPI)

Publications

 

Artist’s statement (by Iswanto Soerjanto)

The relationship between what we perceive as visually recognizable and what is considered abstract is fascinating. In our daily life, we encounter many different environments, each of which has its own impact on us. I believe that everything in the world can be broken.down into multiple layers or elements of abstraction and pattern.
I am interested in the history of photography, the beginning we have the ability to capture an image and to preserve it permanently. Photography as a process of chemical reactions that involve light, light-sensitive material, and photographic chemicals. This is what I do to create my works, recording light and convert it into an abstract reality. These photos do not depict something, apart from the photo itself.

Basically, I use almost anything that can be functioned as a resist in order to control the amount of light hitting the photo paper and later dipping the photo paper into the chemical simultaneously and not to follow the ordinary steps. This western print making process is very much similar to javanese batik print making that has been exsisted in Indonesian culture for many generations, but instead of drawing a batik pattern, I initiate the light to draw on their own and let chemical reactions form the image. My control of making the image is minimum.

Chemigram as an alternative photography process was first discovered by a Belgian artist named Pierre Cordier in 1956 and then rolled all over the world.

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Hengki Koentjoro

Hengki Koentjoro

Hengki Koentjoro is an award-winning and accomplished fine-art and landscape photographer, specialising in capturing the spectral domain amidst the shades of black and white. Born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, he proceeded to pursue further education in Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California; an expedition that plunged him into the professional arena of video production and fine art photography. Childhood introduction to camera on his 11th birthday is by now an earnest love affair that involves an elaborate choreography of composition, texture, shapes and lines.

Upon his return to Indonesia, Hengki settles in Jakarta as a freelance videographer and video editor for nature documentaries and corporate profiles. Delving into what he believes to be his true purpose in life’s journey of expression, he indulges himself in the art of black and white photography on the side. Exploring along the borderlines of light and shadow, yin and yang. Celebrating complexity in the minimalist, while diving into the spiritual in the physical.

Hengki Koentjoro is named one of Hasselblad Ambassadors.

“Photography can never be separated from the aspects of making the common things unusual, welcoming the unexpected, indulging and embracing ourselves with the joy of photography”—Hengki Koentjoro, 2013

Born:
24 March, 1963 in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

Education:
Kanisius High School, 1977 – 1981 — Jakarta, Indonesia
Brooks Institute of Photography, 1987 – 1990 — California, USA

Website: 
www.hengki-koentjoro.com

Hasselblad Ambassador:
www.hasselblad.com/ambassadors/hengki-koentjoro/

Exhibition

2019

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018

Photo Exhibition & Art Talk, LUMAS, Singapore
Middle East Exposures, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Irvine, California, USA
Wonder Foto Day, Taipei, Taiwan
Photo Exhibition, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
First Art Fair, Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2017

Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Belgium, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2016 October
Unseen Amsterdam
“Art Laren” Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2015, 27 – 20 February
“An Eternal Moment” Solo Exhibition — Hasselblad Gallery — Shibuya – Tokyo – Japan

2014, 27 November
Taiwan Photo Fair 2014

2014, 14 November
Fotofever Paris 2014 — Vevais Galerie Collections

2014, 16 September
Photokina 2014 — Cologne, Germany. Exhibition & Launching of Hasselblad Master Book #4

2014, 28 March
ART | WINE | WATER — Tobin Ohashi Gallery — Japan

2013, 22 November
Taiwan Photo Fair 2013

2012, May 9 – 20
Vernissage International Photographic Exhibition “SmallGarden” – Galleria d’Arte Moderna – Villa Reale, Milan – Italy

2012, 15 September
Tobin Ohashi Gallery Exhibition, Tokyo – Japan

2011, 23 Oct – 6 Nov
“Beyond Photography” 2011, by Ciputra Groups, Ciputra Artpreneur Center, Jakarta – Indonesia

2010, 22 June
Santa Lucia, Mostra Benefica di Fotografia, by Loredana  Guinicelli, Italy

2009, 9 – 21 Nov
“Asia Without Borders” by Asian Geographic Magazine, Gallery The Arts House, Singapore

2009, 24 October – 15 November
Photography Contemporer, “Urbantopia”, North Art Space, Pasar Seni Ancol, Jakarta – Indonesia

2009, 7 — 17 Maret
Art & Photography Exhibition, “ Images Of Indonesia”, by Indonesian Heritage Society, Plaza Senayan, Jakarta – Indonesia

 

Awards

  1. 2nd place in Nature Pro category in 2008 PX3 annual photo competition.
  2. Honourable Mentions PX3 2008 Photo Competition.
  3. Nominees 2008 Black And White Spider Award in Silhouette Category.
  4. Merit Award in 2008 Single Image Contest Awards, Black And White Magazine Issue # 56 February 2008, page 189.
  5. 2nd in the Asia Without Borders Photography Competition 2009 in the Faces Of The Earth category.
  6. Art Limited Winner of the February 2009 contest.
  7. Merit award 2009, Indonesian Heritage Society Art And Photography Exhibition.
  8. PX3 Honourable Mention Recipients of 2009 Water Competition.
  9. Black & White Single Image Contest 2013, for a Spotlight Award.
  10. Black and White Spider Awards 2013. 2nd place – Merit of Excellent in Silhouette Category
  11. Black and White Spider Awards 2013. 1st place – Outstanding Achievement in Nature Category
  12. Worldwide Photography Gala Awards – WPGA 2013. 1st place – Seascape/Underwater Category
  13. PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2013 — 3rd place in Fine Art Category
  14. Kontinent Awards 2013 – Official Selection in Fine Art Projects
  15. Kontinent Awards 2014 – Official Selection in Fine Art Projects
  16. Hasselblad Master 2014 – 1st place winner in Landscapes/Nature category
  17. MIFA – Moscow International Foto Awards 2014 – Honourable Mention – Fine Art Landscape
  18. IPA Photography Awards 2014 – 1st place winner in Nature/Aerial category
  19. PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2015 – 1st Prize in Nature Category/Animal
  20. PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2015 – 1st Prize in Nature Category/Water

Publication

  1. 2008 Single Image Contest Awards Black And White Magazine Issue 56 February 2008, page 189
  2. Asian Geographic Magazine Photo Annual 2009, No 69/issue 8/2009
  3. Bulb Magazine. Issue # 12.March 1 2009
  4. TEMPO Indonesian Magazine,Edition 2-8 November 2009, page 74.
  5. A feature from Fotoblur issue # 4
  6. A feature by Fotoblur Magazine.
  7. A feature from JPG Magazine # 25
  8. A feature by AulaFoto Magazine
  9. A book cover Courtesy of Giampaolo Vincenzi
  10. A CD cover Courtesy of Geamala Band for the album “Forking Paths”
  11. A feature from DP Magazine # 27/August.
  12. A feature from ND Magazine
  13. A feature By Fubiz
  14. A feature by Duckrabbit Digital Printing Service
  15. A feature by Feature Shoot
  16. A feature story by Katrin Figge, The Jakarta Globe Newspaper
  17. A book Cover of Pascal Quignard’s “Butes” Courtesy of Sexto Piso Publishing
  18. A book cover for Vendela Vida Courtesy of Albin Michel Publishing
  19. A feature by Sufi Journal issue 81/Summer 2011
  20. A feature by Fotoblur Magazine
  21. A feature by Silverkris Magazine  – Singapore Airlines In Flight Magazine January 2012 issue.
  22. A feature by Reader’s Digest Magazine – June 2012
  23. A feature by f11 Magazine – Issue 12 :: July 2012
  24. A feature by Amateur Photographer Magazine – August 4 2012
  25. A feature by Photo World Magazine – September 2012
  26. A Book Cover: “When Loss is Gain“ By Pavan K. Varma – Courtesy of Rupa Publication 2012
  27. Wine label – OTIAKE Pinot Noir by Earth Keepers wine – New Zealand
  28. A feature in Garuda Indonesian Airways In-flight magazine COLOURS – January 2013
  29. CD cover for Hamilton de Holanda – Album MUNDO DE PIXINGUINHA – Brazil
  30. A book cover – The Ocean At The End Of The Lane by Neil Gaiman
  31. A feature by SCHWARZWEISS magazine – Germany – April 2013
  32. KOZU book Volume 1 – Wells printing – UK 2014
  33. A feature in Garuda Indonesian In-flight magazine COLOURS – April 2014
  34. Black White Magazine Issue 103 06/2014: SPOTLIGHT – Portfolio Contest Winner
  35. Hasselblad Master 2014 Annual Book # 4
  36. A feature in Garuda Indonesian In-flight magazine COLOURS – November 2014
  37. A feature by Amateur Photographer Magazine – March 2015
  38. Hengki Koentjoro Solo Monograph – WERKDRUCK Book No. 38 – Galerie VEVAIS
  39. Hengki Koentjoro special issue El Patio de la Luna art magazine by Miguel Morales Ruiz at online magazine ISSUU

 

Books

MONOHYDRA (2016)

The Refined Eye (2016)

Exhibition

2019

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018

Photo Exhibition & Art Talk, LUMAS, Singapore
Middle East Exposures, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Irvine, California, USA
Wonder Foto Day, Taipei, Taiwan
Photo Exhibition, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
First Art Fair, Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2017

Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Belgium, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2016 October
Unseen Amsterdam
“Art Laren” Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

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Artist Bio

Exhibition

2019

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018

Photo Exhibition & Art Talk, LUMAS, Singapore
Middle East Exposures, Susan Spiritus Gallery, Irvine, California, USA
Wonder Foto Day, Taipei, Taiwan
Photo Exhibition, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
First Art Fair, Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2017

Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Belgium, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

2016 October
Unseen Amsterdam
“Art Laren” Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands

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Herlambang Bayu Aji

Herlambang Bayu Aji

Herlambang Bayu Aji is originally from Indonesia, but works and lives since 2010 in Berlin, Germany. He works with various techniques and art genres such as shadow puppets, paintings, education art, installation and graphic art. 

Herlambang Bayu Aji developed a strong interest in the traditional Indonesian shadow puppet theatre. Shadow puppet performance, also known as shadow puppetry or shadow play, is an ancient form of storytelling and entertainment, found from as far as to the West as Turkey and all over Asia. The narratives and these performances are often humorous and entertaining, and can be regarded as a kind of societal-critical cabaret.

Next to art exhibitions, the artist also uses his storytelling and performance skills on various art workshops and theater performances, as entertainment as well as education for children and adults, many times in collaboration with other artists.

Since 2016 he is working on a series of works titled Animalgination. The title is rooted in the two words “animal” and “imagination”, and as such is the output of his plays and imagination of new animals which do not exist in real life. 

The artist believes that everything is changing. The climate is changing and sooner or later forcing nature to change as well. The gobal warming threatens plants, land creatures and aquatic animals with extinction and pushes the environment to adapt those changes in many ways. Unusual attitudes of animals, awaking small plants or microorganisms in the land which have been covered by ice for thousands of years and even mutated viruses.

Animalgination provides the opportunity to create fictional forms of animals, like an elephant with a rabbit’s body and a crocodile’s tail, a flying cow with butterfly wings and a mackerel’s head, or a pig with an eel’s tail. The series symbolises, that every single person is changing during their life. These changes influence the people around that person and in turn is influenced by them as well. There are no absolute criteria to define identities, as identities are fluid and interdependent.

Animalgination is executed in linocut using oil paints on paper, painting with acrylic on canvas and an installation of paintings, papercuts, paper mâché, sounds and various natural materials.

Born:
21 May, 1982 in Solo/Surakarta, Indonesia

Education:
Master of Arts, Institute for Art in Context, University of Arts, Berlin
Bachelor of Arts, Sebelas Maret University, Surakarta 

Artist Bio

Awards

2020
Work scholarship Sonderprogramm der Berliner Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa.

2007
Scholarship Beasiswa Unggulan P3SWOT Award from the Indonesian Ministery of Education.

 

Solo Exhibition

2018
“Tierisch gut!” – at Kakadu, Berlin.
“AN_IMA(L)GINATION” Cafe Kraft, Berlin.

2016
Schattenpuppen Ausstellung “Wayang Rajakaya” at the Projektraum Art.endart, Berlin.

2011
“Wayang Rajakaya – Contemporary Shadow Puppets” at the Erstererster Gallery, Berlin.
“Wayang Rajakaya is here” at the Fincan/Kulturnetzwerk Neukölln e.V. , Berlin.

2009
“Mencari Seorang Raja” 13rd -17th of September, in Kedai Kopi, Surakarta, Indonesia.

2008
“Herlambang Bayu Aji” at the Seniorenresidenz Martinsbrunnen, Dornbirn, Austria.

2006
“Sebuah Tafsir Seni Kontemporer”, V Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

 

Group Exhibition

2021
Paper Matters, Gallery Lukisan, Bergen op Zoom

2020
Wayang play using puppets of Wayang Rajakaya and of the Ghent University Museum´s collection. The documentation is displayed in the permanent exhibition of Ghent University Museum, Belgium.

2019
The London Book Fair 2019, at the Asian House, London, UK.

2018
“Wir! Eine Welt Gemeinschaft?”, FHXB Museum, Berlin, curated by nohow collective.
“An_ima(l)gination. Curated by Camilla Kussl. art.endart, Drontheimer Str. 2-23, Berlin.
“Mitmachstadt Bernau”, participative art project initiated by Claudia Hummel at “Kontext Labor Bernau”, 21st of Juny until 13th of September in Heeresbekleidungsamt, Bernau bei Berlin.

2015
“Taisersdorf lebt”, Taisersdorf, Owingen, Germany with a painting “Weltkarte Internationales Berlin, an interactive art work “Gegen das Vergessen” and Poster “ Wir dürfen überall wohnen, weil die Erde uns allen gehört.

2014
Guruku –Mein Lehrer, art education project with children from Heinrich Zille Grundschule in the context of the exhibition “Tagore’s Post Office”, NGBK, Berlin.

2013
“Rundgang”, University of Arts, Berlin with the poster “Wir dürfen überall wohnen, weil die Erde uns allen gehört“ and Video art “Der Reis, du und ich in Berlin”.

2012
“The Roma Image Studio”, Galerie im Saalbau, Berlin. Auf der Suche nach Raum X für Schattenpuppentheater, January in Nürtingen Grundschule, Kreuzberg, Berlin. An educative art Project. The children created their own puppets and story and performed for their school.
“Desiderata”, Berlin. Installation, shadow puppets, linocuts, paintings.

2010
“Kunsträume Taisersdorf”, Taisersdorf, Owingen, Germany. Linocuts.

2009
Indonesian Art Award, Indonesian’s National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Menilik Akar”, Indonesian National Gallery, Jakarta with “Perjalanan Hidup”, nstallation, 10 painted wood boxes, silkscreen prints on fiber glass, lamps, oil lamp, hoe.

2008
“Kunst am laufenden Meter”, Skulpturenpfad Herdwangen – Schönach, Germany. Drei Waldhüter – four meters high painted figures of wood.

2007
“Neo Nation” Biennale Jogja IX, at the Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Wayang Rajakaya in urban version – Installation, 10 painted wood boxes , cloths, straw, lamps and 10 shadow puppets of paper and bamboo.

2006
“Pekan Seni”, Taman Budaya Jawa Tengah, Surakarta, Indonesia. Wayang Rajakaya – Installation, 40 shadow puppets of paper and bamboo, screen, video, straw.
“Klang und Eisen”, Owingen, Germany. 14 paintings, oil on canvas.

2005
“All Out”, Balai Soedjatmoko, Surakarta, Indonesia. 2 paintings, oil on canvas.
“Aku bermain maka aku ada”, Indonesian National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. 1 painting, oil on canvas.

2004
“Seni Rupa” at the Galeri Seni Rupa, University of Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia. 3 paintings, oil on canvas.
“Gulaklapa – Dies-Count 0,00%”, at Taman Budaya Jawa Tengah, Surakarta, Indonesia. 1 painting, Mixed Media. Makan tiada henti – Installation, table, chairs, plate, paper, price labels, Fotos
Trap zone – installation, betony, nails, and paper.

2003
“Dasar Kita”, April in Fine Art Gallery, University of Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia. 3 Paintings, Acrylic on paper.

Performances and collaboration projects

2018
“Die Kuh”, Theater der kleinen Form, Berlin.

2017
“Die Kuh”, Brot für die Welt, Berlin.
The adventures of the Cow, Karakulit Shadow Puppet Festival, Hungary.

2016
Collaborating Balinese Gender Wayang with contemporary shadow puppetry, SOAS, University of London at Gamelan Composers Forum 2016.

2015
“Sindbad der Lastträger”, at the Projektraum art.endart, Berlin, with Laleh Torabi and Camilla Kussl.
“Sinbad, der Lastträger” , with Laleh Torabi and Camilla Kussl, Linden Museum, Stuttgart.

2014
“Jamakakarta – The land of Apes”, participates art project with a group of adults from Aliansi Peduli KBRI Jerman and Watch Indonesia! at the Theaterhaus Berlin Mitte, Berlin.
“The Adventure of a Cow” wiith Dorothea Ferber in Tong Tong Fair, The Hague, The Netherlands.

2013
“Ich bin kein Froschkönig” collaboration with Laleh Torabi and Camilla Kussl, in Galerie Erstererster, Berlin.
“Kunst im Komplex” with Camilla Kussl, in the Schönstedtstraße 7, Neukölln, Berlin.
“Enjoy My Berlin” collaboration project in ”Archex12” with Dorothea Ferber and Camilla Kussl, Bodensee.

2012
“The Demise of Free Speech” with Dorothea Ferber and Indonesian reporters from Radio Nederland Wereldomroep, Hilversum, The Netherlands.
“Ich bin kein Froschkönig” collaboration with Laleh Torabi and Camilla Kussl, in Galerie Erstererster, Berlin.
“Wayang Barat”, collaboration project in the frame of „Nächte des Ramadan” with 17 Hippies and Aris Daryono, in Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

2011
“Meet in Berlin and Jakarta’s Aliens in Berlin”, collaborations projects followed „Jakarta Berlin Arts Festival” with PM Toh, in Schaubude and Märchenhütte, Berlin.
“Die Kuh”, in “ID Indonesian Contemporary Art” at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien, Berlin.

2009
“The Adventure of a Cow”, 5th Indonesian Performance Art Mart (IPAM) with musicians Ngadimin, Sri Waluyo, Cawati, Joko, Sigit and Kukuh, Teater Besar ISI (Indonesian Art Institute) Surakarta.
“Sapi Mbalelo”, Slamet Riyadi Street, in Surakarta, Indonesia with Ngadimin, Sri Waluyo and Kukuh.

2008
“Die Kuh und Der Befreiung der Tiere Tour 2008” with Dorothea Ferber, Baden – Württemberg.

2007
“The Adventure of a Cow”, V Art gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, with Ngadimin und Jantit.
“Die Kuh und Der Befreiung der Tiere Tour 2007”, with musicians Dorothea Ferber, Baden – Württemberg.
“Sapi Mbalelo”, with musicians Ngadimin and Surakarta’s Scooter Club followed “Wayang on the street”, Surakarta, Indonesia.

2006
“Astaga” with Dorothea Ferber and Agus Purwantoro, in Pringapus, Magelang, Indonesia.
“Die Kuh”, with musicians Dorothea Ferber, in Mojosongo, Surakarta, Indonesia.
“Die Kuh”, with Dorothea Ferber, Germany und The Netherlands.

2005
“Angel” Performance, Surakarta, Indonesia.
“Hans Im Glück”, intercultural Theaterproject with KEJAR Street Art Community and Eurythmiemobil, in Surakarta and Makassar, Indonesia.
“Shoperman”, video performance, in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany.
“MbanyuMili”, Tanztheater mit KEJAR Street Art Community, Germany and Switzerland.

2004
“Indonesia Be-Shining”, art action with Jrabang Slamet, Aga Sampurna, and Jabrik, Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park, Bali, Indonesia.
“Super-Ngen”, Installation and Performance, in Taman Budaya Jawa Tengah, Surakarta, Indonesia.

Art Education works

2018 – now
Regularly educational art work with Prinzen Akademie, Berlin for kids.

2004- now
Regularly workshops for Youth Art School, Atrium Jugendkunstschule, Berlin.
Invited in events, festivals and program in divers institutions for giving workshop and art education.

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S. Dwi Stya Acong

S. Dwi Stya Acong

The works of art of S. Dwi Stya Acong are surrealistic-impressionistic landscapes in which light is captured in short, unblended brushstrokes in vibrant colours and yet subdued contrasts.

A recurring theme of the works of S. Dwi Stya Acong, an anonymous lone figure, often man, standing many times turned away from the observant, appears to be out of place within the careful composition and particularly haunting landscape, where there is little sense of time all the more an abundance of space. The refined figure is in stark contrast with the absurd world, where chaos seems to be ordered and controlled by hope and suppressed optimism, reflects both vulnerability and strength simultaneously.

S. Dwi Stya Acong is a well established contemporary artist from East-Java. Het received formal art education at the ISI (Institut Senirupa Indonesia), the Indonesia Institute of the Art in Yogyakarta, after which he gains many international interest. His works have been exhibited at numerous international exhibitions in Asia (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, China and Taiwan), Europe (The Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland) but also in American continent (Brazil).

Born:
26 March 1977, in Malang, East Java, Indonesia

Education:
Indonesian Fine Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta, Indonesia (1994-2003)

Artworks by S. Dwi Stya Acong


 

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

2014 “The Standing Man” Galeri G13, Kelana Jaya Selangor, Malaysia

2008 “SEEDS OF LIGHT“ Musium Afandi Yogyakarta

2006 “WAKTU GONG“ KOONG Galeri Jakarta

2002 “INTERLUDE” Pendapa Budaya ASDRAFI Yogyakarta

Group Exhibiton

2022
Ao que vai nascer – Galeria Nara Roesler, São Paulo, Brazil
Merdeka – Gallery Lukisan

2020
Indonesian Waves (Online) – Primae Noctis, Lugano, Switzerland

2019
KunstRAI, Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan
Primae Noctis, Lugano, Switzerland

2018
Affordable Art Fair Brussels – Gallery Lukisan
First Art Fair, Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan
Indonesian Identities, Contemporary Art in Indonesia – Primo Marella Gallery, Milan, Italy

2017
Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan
Antwerpen Art – Gallery Lukisan

2014

LEGACY OF PWER ARTJOG 14 Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
TAFSIR MAESTRO SENI RUPA INDONESIA “AHMAD SADALI” Gallery Nasional Indonesia
ART EXSPO MALAYSIA 2014 Gallery G13 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
SOSIO LANDSCAPE National Museum Of Cambodia UOB Painting On The Year 2014 Jakarta

2013

MARITIM ARTJOG 13 Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
ART EXSPO MALAYSIA 2013 Gallery G13 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
IDIALEKIAA 2013 Gallery Nasional Jakarta
UOB Painting on the year Jakarta
RECENT WORKS Gallery G 13 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
UNDER The SUN ASIAN CONTEMPHORARY ART GWANGJU Korea
ENCHANTED SHADOW Massachusetts Avenue, N.W Washington D.C USA

2012

ANIVERSARY #2 Jakarta Art Distric Koong gallery
KEMBAR MAYANG Musium Widayat Magelang
ESTETICA SENSATION Koi Gallery Jakarta Indonesia
FREE KICK Royal Residen Ballroom Surabaya
SPIRIT OF JAVA Taksu Gallery Bali
MALAYSIA ART EXSPO 2013 Kuala lumpur Malaysia
LOOKING EAST (A Gaze Upon Indonesian Contemporary Art)
ARTJOG 12 Taman Budaya Yokyakarta.
JAKARTA ART AWARD INTERNATIONAL PAINTING COMPETITION Not Art Space Pasar Seni Ancol Jakarta Indonesia

2011

INTIP Jakarta Art Distrik KOONG gallery Jakarta Indonesia ARTJOG 11 Taman Budaya Yokyakarta. Indonesia BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2011 Ritz calton pacific Place Jakarta . Indonesia
BAYANG INDONESIAN ISLAMIC ART Galeri Nasional Indonesia Indonesia
MANDIRI BANK Opening Gedung Esa Sampurna Surabaya Indonesia
PASAR ILANG KUMANDANGE Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta Indonesia
MALAYSIA ART EXSPO 2011 KOONG gallery Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
BIENNALE JATIM Go Art Space Gallery Surabaya Indonesia
RELIGIOUSITY opening Museum and Gallery MONDECOR

2010

BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2010 Ritz calton pacific Place Jakarta .
INDONESIAN ART NOW THE STRATEGIES OF BEING ARTJOG 10 Taman Budaya Yokyakarta, Indonesia
ANIVERSARY KOONG Gallery Jakarta, Indonesia
SIGN and AFTER CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC ART, Lawang Wangi Art&ScienceEstate Bandung, Indonesia
MALAYSIA ART EXSPO 2010 KOONG gallery Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2009

“YA-SIN THE UNSTRANSLATABLE” Djogja Gallery Yogyakarta
“RED DISTRICT PROJECT” Koong Gallery Jakarta
“TRANCENT” Gallery Kupu-Kupu Jakarta
“SURVEY II” Edwin Gallery Jakarta
“SEMARAK” Bienale Jakarta
CIGE 2009 Beijing China
“GRIP” Vanessa Art Link Beijing, China
Jogyakarta Art Fair # 2 Yogyakarta
Art Taipei 2009 Taipei, Taiwan

2008

“ABSOLUTE JAWA 50 %” Galeri Rumah Jawa Jakarta
“BENIH CAHAYA” Musium Afandi Yogyakarta
“MANIFESTO” Galeri Nasional Jakarta.

2007

“SERIES” V-ART Galeri

2006

“WAKTU GONG” KOONG Galeri Jakarta

2005

Pameran Berdua, Seni Rupa “GELANDANGAN”, Acong-Horo, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Koleksi Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
“MARI MENCARI GEMBIRA” Kedai Kebun Yogyakarta
Pameran Bersama KOONG Galeri Jakarta

2004

“PERJALANAN SENI LUKIS INDONESIA” Bentara Budaya Jakarta

2003

Pameran “SAKSI MATA” Koleksi Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
“REPLAY” Sociteit Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

2002

Pameran Lukis Bertiga “Dari Musim ke Musim” di Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis “TROPIS” Bersama Komunitas “DURILATU” di Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta

2001

Performance art “DUNIA BENALU” Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis Kelompok’94 “PERTEMUAN” di Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis di Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis di Galeri AIR Jakarta

2000

PHILIP MORRIS INDONESIA ART AWARD VII di Galeri Nasional Jakarta
Performance & Instalation “RUWATAN KEMATIAN RAMBU” Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis “INDONESIA MEMBENTANG JAMAN” Natour Garuda Hotel Yogyakarta
Performance art “PAKAIAN KEBESARAN” Bekasi Jakarta
Performance art “Pameran BOMM Taman Budaya Raden Saleh Semarang”
Performance art “UTUSAN CINTA” di Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis Perupa Muda 2000 di Purna Budaya Yogyakarta

1999

Pameran Lukis “REFLEKSI JAMAN” di Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis “PRATISARA AFANDI” di Galeri ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran Lustrum ke III di Galeri ISI Yogyakarta

1998

Performance art, Children From Stasiun LIP Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis FKY di Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta
Pameran Lukis Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta

1997

Pameran Dies Natalies ISI di Galeri ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis Jambore Pasar Seni Ancol, Jakarta

Awards

Finalist INDONESIAN ART AWARDS VII. YSRI-Philip Morris

 

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Arwin Hidayat

Arwin Hidayat

Arwin Hidayat combines primitive and contemporary motifs for his works on paper and in his paintings, and also by folk art inspired refined unique batik pieces. Although many of his works are inspired by his personal experiences and thoughts, his works of art can be seen as a subtle manner to pose questions about socio-economic and moral situation in Indonesia.

Arwin Hidayat loves the medium batik. It is traditionally a method to decorate cloth with motifs, pattern or designs using colour dyes and wax. It requires quite an elaborate manner of painting (writing) by hand, unlike the modern printed textile production for the mass. Although the method can be found in many places in (South-East) Asia, in Java especially this method of cloth decorating has found its high refinement, where every motive has its own meanings, and whom are allowed to use depending on the gender and even ranks of social and heritage. The traces of these batik paintings can be found in his works on paper.

Arwin Hidayat’s artworks have been selected several times for ArtJog, the annual & prestigious contemporary art exhibition in Yogyakarta.

Born:
12 April, 1983 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Education:
Indonesian Fine Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Artist Bio

Exhibition

2020

Group Exhibition DSMHHPP – Gallery Lukisan
Keep The Fire On #6, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
Pameran virtual bersama, alumni UOB Painting of The Year, “Indahnya berbagi dalam berkarya, dari Seniman untuk seniman”
Pameran bersama, “Art in Isolation”, UTTARA The Icon, Yogyakarta
Pameran bersama, “Manusia Manusia”, Galeri Katamsi, Yogyakarta
Pameran virtual, “Art Jakarta”

2019

First Art Fair, Passagiers Terminal, Amsterdam
“TERMASUK”, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney
Indonesian Cultural Late, London Book Fair, London
“Kontraksi pasca tradisionalisme”, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta
Letter callus post-war, Lorong Galeri, Yogyakarta
KunsRAI 2019, Amstelhal, Amsterdam
Full HD, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
Letter, callus,post-War, Taipei Kuandu museum, Taiwan
FKY Mulanira, ” Wirama”, Museum Sonobudoyo, Yogyakarta
Keep The Fire On #5, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
Celebration of Compassion, Tirtodipuran Link, Yogyakarta
Asmara day, Tebar Pesona, Asmara Art and Coffee Shop, Yogyakarta
Pameran Sagilik Saguluk, Rumah Sanur, Bali
Pameran bersama “Between Ngoyo and Nrimo”, Studio Kalahan, Yogyakarta
Pameran Stockroom, “In What We Believe” (100 tahun Widayat), Galeri Lorong, Yogyakarta

2018

ArtJog, Annual Contemporary Art Event, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
KunstRAI, Gallery Lukisan, Amsterdam
Keep on Fire 4, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
Art Jakarta in Ace Houce Collective, Pasific Place Jakarta
Art on Paper Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Contemporary Art Ruhr, Zollverein – Essen, Germany

2017

Pameran Friends of TPS, Miracle Print, Yogyakarta
Solo Exhibition, “Gombal”, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta
Slow Fashion, ARK Gallery, Yogyakarta
Keep on Fire 3, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
ArtJog 10 “Changing Perspective”, Jogja Nasional Museum, Yogyakarta
Bazaart Jakarta, Pacific place Jakarta
Volkswagen Exhibition, JEC, Yogyakarta

2016

Red Base Young Artist Award, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
The MASKS, Diesel Art Gallery, Shibuya, Tokyo
Jogja Calling, 4A Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Print Parade, Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta
Survive Day, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta

2015

Drawing Durhaka, DGTMB Shop, Yogyakarta
Nandur Srawung, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
“Revitalisasi Hj.Widayat”, Museum Haji Widayat, Magelang
Check Your Connection, DGTMB Shop, Yogyakarta
Keep Fire On, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
“Pameran Berdua AMONG” , JOGJA CONTEMPORARY
FKY XXVII Laras Sinawang, Sasono Hinggil, Yogyakarta
UOB Finalist Exhibition, UOB Plaza, Jakarta
“Main Grafis”, Nalarrupa Gallery, Yogyakarta
Batik Archipelago, Daya Juang, Solo
Keep on Fire 2, Survive Garage, Yogyakarta
Relation in Print, Tirana House, Yogyakarta
Print Parade, Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta

2014

“Neo Folk” , IKKAN Gallery, Singapore
Asia Print (Krack Project), Sydney. Australia
“Fenomena Perjaka Lembab”, DGTMB Shop, Yogyakarta
“Merayakan Agar-Agar”, DGTMB Shop, Yogyakarta
“Silk Screen Attack”, Ascos, Yogyakarta
“Golden Age”, Lokananta Art Space, Solo
“Solid”, Krack Gallery, Yogyakarta
Neo Iconoclast, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang
ArtJog14 Legacies of Power, Yogyakarta
“Yang Maha Benda”, Studio Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta
Cut and Remix, Jogja Gallery. Yogyakarta
Agropop (Equator Project), Singapore

2013

Solo Exhibition “BLUES BAU KENCUR”, Via Via Café, Yogyakarta
Via Via Sweet Seventeen, Via Via Café, Yogyakarta
ArtJog Maritime Culture, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
Postcard DGTMB Exhibition, Dialogue, Jakarta
3D KRACK Exhibition, Yogyakarta
“Pameran Persembahan Survive Garage”, Yogyakarta

2012

Postcard Exhibition “Just Because I Love You”, Via Via Café, Yogyakarta
Postcard Exhibition “MUBAL GENERATION”, LIR Café, Yogyakarta
Postkad “Postcard Exhibition”, Singapore
(s)mallseries #1, IAM (Independent Art Space & Management), Yogyakarta
Solo Exhibition “Flash Show Drawing”, West Brunwich, Melbourne, Australia

2011

Mail Art Movement, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Semarang
Drawing Revolution I, DGTMB Shop, Yogyakarta

2009

Turun dalam Rupa Cahaya, LIP, Yogyakarta
Expo Sign, Jogja Expo Center, Yogyakarta
Oemar Bakrie, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
Rolling Draw, IVAA Gallery, Yogyakarta
ISIOTHERAPY, Benteng Vredenburg, Yogyakarta

2007

SURPRISE II, Benteng Vredenburg, Yogyakarta

2006

Pameran Bersama Kobe, Jepang
SURPRISE I, Galeri Biasa, Yogyakarta

2001

FKY XI, Benteng Vredenburg, Yogyakarta
“Pameran Berdua ASA”, SMSR, Yogyakarta

2000

“Pameran Lukisan Kaca”, Purnabudaya, Yogyakarta
FKY X, Benteng Vredenburg, Yogyakarta
“Anjing Kampung”, SMSR, Yogyakarta

Solo Exhibition

2012
Solo Exhibition “Flash Show Drawing”, West Brunwich, Melbourne, Australia

2013
Solo Exhibition “BLUES BAU KENCUR”, Via Via Café, Yogyakarta

2017
Solo Exhibition, “Gombal”, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta

Residency

2014
Balai Pemuda Rahayu, Dlingo, Bantul, Yogyakarta

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Agus Prasetyo

Agus Prasetyo

Agus Prasetyo’s artworks are an interesting mix of different media. Paintings of wood block prints, mixed media (textile, paper) on canvas.

Although Agus Prasetyo creates paintings nowadays, he used to make woodblock prints. Wood-block printing is an ancient method to produce repetitive motifs or text on paper or textiles. This method were used to make hand-printed batik, until the stamps were replaced by brass and other metals to make them more durable and allowing more details.

In his new works Agus Prasetyo recycles in a way his old works, or more specifically fragments of his older woodblock print works, with pieces of different kind of textiles, threads and paper, finished by lines drawn by him with drawing or marker pen.
The paintings are compound of interesting, abstract and colourful blobs, sometimes in the shapes of living organisms or even daily objects.

Born:
3 September 1976 in Rembang, Middle Java, Indonesia

Education:
Indonesian Fine Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

 

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

2005
“Kriminalitaria”, ISI Yogyakarta

2010
“Human Machine”, Rugeblue Cafe

Group Exhibition

2020
Group Exhibition DSMHHPP – Gallery Lukisan

2019
Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018
“Colorful”, cultural collaboration Bumayasasta artgallery, Borobudur Magelang

2017
“ARTBALI” via biasaart space, Kuta Bali
“UOB painting of the year 2017”, Jakarta
“Netrajapu Artmosfir”, Bentara Budaya Jogja

2016
Pameran Netrajapu Onomiwae, WangiArtrom Yogyakarta

2015
Pameran bersama JNM, Jogja

2014
Pameran bersama di TBY, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Sound Track”, Bias Bali

2013
“Print Parade”, Bersama Grafis Minggiran Jogja
“Earth Hour”, IM Gallery Yogyakarta

2012
“Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia IV”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Yogja, Bali, Surabaya, Solo, Bandung
“ARTjog 12”,Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

2011
“Famili”, Jakarta Art distrik, Jakarta
“ARTjog 2011”, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
“BaCAA”, Art Sosiatet, Bandung
“Guanlan International Print”, Zen zen China

2009
“Golden Box”, Jogja Galeri, Yogyakarta
“A Diary of Jakarta”, Rumah Jawa Galeri Jakarta

2008
“Grafis Hari ini”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta and Yogyakarta
“Landscape”, Galeri Milenium Jakarta

2007

“Yogyakarta Print Making”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Nusantara Berkisah”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Global Warming”, Bali

2006
“Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia II”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta dan Yogyakarta
“Discovery”, Bika Galeri, Jakarta

2005
“Menguak jagat Kaliurang”, Museum Ulen Sentalu, Yogyakarta
“Bazart”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta

2004
“Tanda Mata”, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
“Gedebug”, Kedai Kebun Yogyakarta
“Barcode”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Bazart”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta

2003
“Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia I”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Yogya and Denpasar
“Bazart”,Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta

2002
“Grafis Ekpiorasi Medium dan Ekplorasi Gagasan”, Bentara Budaya, Jakarta
“Gelart Laporan dari Jogja, Sepiring Indonesia”, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta
“Hitam putih rasa strawberi”, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
“Kata Rupa”, Gelaran Budaya,Yogyakarta

2001
“Merdeka III”, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta

2000
“FKY XII”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta
“Perupa Muda Yogyakarta”, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta

1999
“Indonesia Bersinar Membentang Zaman III”, Hotel Garuda, Yogyakarta
Lustrum III ISI Yogyakarta dan STSI Denpasar, Bali
“Sebaiknya pameran” ISI Yogyakarta
“FKY XI”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta
“Seni grafis Indonesia 1999”, Galeri Cipta TIM,Jakarta

1998
“Refleksi zaman”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta
“Seni Grafis Kelompok 96”,Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
“FKY X”, Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta

Award

2017
Finalist UOB Painting of the year 2017

2012
Finalist Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia

2011
Finalist Bandung Contemporary Art Award

2006
First Runner Up Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia

2003
Winner Trienal Seni Grafis Indonesia

1999
Best Printmaking Lustrum ISI III Yogyakarta

1998
Award for best printmaking in Pameran Seni Rupa Refleksi zaman

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Nguyễn Dinh Vu

Nguyễn Dinh Vu

Vietnamese painting is mainly a twentieth century phenomenon. In contrast to other Asian countries, Vietnamese artists in the feudal period did not practise the art of painting, but devoted themselves to sculpture and the decoration of temples and pagodas. At the end of the nineteenth century, the French introduced the technique of oil-painting to Vietnam and in 1925 they established the ‘Ecole des Beaux-Art l’Indochine’ in Hanoi. This marks the beginnings of a professional class of painters, who painted ‘after nature’ in a realistic and impressionistic style.

After the war against France, the separation of North and South Vietnam in 1954, followed by the war between the North and the South, the artists followed completely different courses. The artists from the North (under influence of the Soviet Union and the People’s Republic of China) turned in the direction of the social-realistic stream, while the southern artists embraced western trends, influenced by the presence of the Americans. Nevertheless, neither the influences was decisive in the development of Vietnamese Modern Art.

Despite the “Doi Moi”, Vietnam’s Perestroika – which allowed contemporary Vietnamese artists more freedom, was introduced in 1986, most of the artists did not direct their attention to the (western) preoccupation with changing of the frontiers of Vietnamese art. Combining traditional methods on modern materials like lacquer on wood, using (traditional) motifs and techniques, the younger generation of Vietnamese artists have gone throught a revival of the use of traditional elements in stead, involving different forms of arts, such as installation, performance and video art.

Nguyen Dinh Vu combines materials as metaphor for the layers of history. Old newspaper often forms a second base on his canvas. The figures in blue and white have resemblance with the antique Chinese porcelain. His famous metaphoric man in suits with golden box head surrounded by Chinese/Vietnamese motifs slowly make room for more impasto* abstract works.

In fine art, the Italian word ‘Impasto’ (dough or paste) denotes a painting technique in which undiluted paint is applied so thickly (like toothpaste) onto the canvas or panel (often with a palette knife) that it stands out from the surface.

Born:
1980 in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam
Lives and works in Hanoi

Education:
Vietnam University of Fine Arts (2013)

Artist Bio

Solo exhibitions

2015
“Box it up” at Agallery Hongkong

Group exhibitions

2019
KunstRAI, Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan
Vietnam – Korea, at 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi
The Confounding Miasma of Being at Altro Mondo, Arte Contemporanea, The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences, Makati City, Philippines
First Art Fair Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan

2018
“The Language of the Images: Hungarian – Vietnamese contemporary painting exhibition” at Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum
Contemporary Art Ruhr, Essen, Germany – Gallery Lukisan
Under the broad umbrella at Kaida contemporary, Quezon city Philippines
NordArt 2018, Museum of Modern Art in Büdelsdorf, Germany

2017
Vietnam Contemporary Art Exhibition in Thailand
NordArt 2017, Museum of Modern Art in Büdelsdorf, Germany

2016
Korea-Vietnam, Gwangju Museum of Art, Geumnamno Gallery, Korea
NordArt 2016, Museum of Modern Art in Büdelsdorf, Germany
“Turning point II”, Veintiane, Laos
“Dialogues” Goethe-Institut Ha Noi, 56-58-60 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ha Noi, Vietnam

2015
Vietnam fine art exhibition, 2 Hoa Lu, Van Ho, Ha Noi, Vietnam
“We open” Viet Nam fine Arts Museum, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, Vietnam
“3 dinh 1 roi ” Viet Nam fine Arts Museum, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi, Vietnam

2014
Embassy of Denmark, 19 Dien Bien Phu, Ha Noi, Vietnam
Festival art young 2014, Hanoi university of fine art, Ha Noi, Vietnam
Embassy of Germany in Vietnam, 29 Tran Phu, Ha Noi, Vietnam

2013
Davines Art Series at Royal City, 72A Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan, Ha Noi, Vietnam
The Dogma prize in self-portraiture 2013 at the fine arts Museum, HCM City, Vietnam

2012
“Dai gia Viet Nam”, 16 Ngo Quyen, Ha Noi, Vietnam
The 3rd Bangkok Triennale International, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand
Top Art Gallery, Meta House, K’nyay Restaurant & Bar, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
The 5th Beijing International Art Biennale, China

2011
“Sale Off”, 16 Ngo Quyen, Ha Noi, Vietnam

2010
“1000 years of Thang Long Hanoi” of young Artist Club, 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi, Vietnam
“suburb” of the young Artist Club, 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi, Vietnam
“Remove” in the center Vietart Centre, 42 Yet Kieu, Hanoi, Vietnam
“One Day”, 36 Dien Bien Phu, Hanoi, Vietnam

2009
“Dong tong” of young Artist Club, 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi, Vietnam

2008
“Vong khuc”, 31A Van Mieu, Ha Noi, Vietnam

 

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Eddie Hara

Eddie Hara

EddiE haRa is one of the few among the Indonesian contemporary artists, who has succeeded in finding a new visualisation vocabulary.

His colourful, layered works are a clash between children’s innocence and raw street life, charaterised by the urban murals quality. A mixture of fresh wildness of children’s mischievous fantasies and the more generic raw art in his works, eventually emerging to a new painting genre.

Typical of his works are the recurrent figures of jellyfishes, squids, rabbits, the hat-wearing shoes/boots, and human skulls that are scattered flying and tumbling all over his canvas. Their contour lines and colours connect and cross the confined borders. The painting seems thus to be just a tiny fraction, a mere frame in this endless continuity. Eddie Hara’s works keep dealing with various themes and sub-culture mindset: from environment deterioration through the absurdity of contemporary people’s life.

 

Born:
10 November, 1957 in Salatiga, Central Java, Indonesia
Currently lives and works in Basel, Switzerland

Education:
1980 – 1989 Indonesian Fine Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta, Indonesia
1989 – 1990 Akademie voor Beeldende Kunst Enschede (AKI), The Netherlands

 

Artist Bio

Artist in Residencies:

1991
“Double Dutch”, Stichting Kunst Mondiaal, Tilburg, The Netherlands 1996 IAAB, Christoph Merian Stiftung (CMS), Basel, Switzerland

2001
Ludwig Forum Für Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany

2004
Studio 106, Lasalle Art College, Singapore

2005
Recyclart, Bruxelles, Belgium

 

Solo Exhibitions:

2017
“SWEET (& Sour) Sixty”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2015
“We Do Not Belong To This High Fuckin Art Society”, Eye Love You, Basel, Switzerland

2013
“Peculiar Vibration Of The Empty Ocean”, INSIGHT Section of the 1st Art Basel Hongkong, Semarang Gallery, Hongkong

2011
“Carnival of the FUNtastic”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2007
“Global Warming, Cool Art!”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2005
“Captain Fuck & Co”, Canna Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2004
“We Are Not Alone-Lost Heroes and Sensible Weirdoes”, Jendela Art Space, Esplanade, Singapore
“Blues for Mimmo (Part II)”, Danes Art Veranda, Denpasar, Indonesia 2003 “Blues for Mimmo”, Eulenspiegel Galerie, Basel, Switzerland
“The Beasts in Me”, Chouinard Gallery, Hong Kong

2002
“Sweat Beasts”, Semarang Gallery, Semarang, Indonesia

2001
“Carnival of the Fools”, Ost – West Gallery, Riehen, Switzerland
“Postcards from the Alps”, Oeffentliche Fachbibliothek Schule fuer Gestaltung, Basel, Switzerland

2000
“Work on Paper”, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 1999 “ARTROCK 99”, La Pasarelle, St. Brieuc, France
“Sweet Beast”, Atelier Katharina F, Basel, Switzerland

1998
“Postcards from the Alps”, Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“The Crowded Universe”, Kunstverein Bahlingen A. K, Germany

1996
“(Peculiar) Vibration from Beyond the Java Sea”, Museum der Kulturen, Basel, Switzerland
Christoph Merian Stiftung (CMS) Atelier, Basel, Switzerland 1993 Rue 50, Basel, Switzerland
“Pacifico Weirdo – Vibrations from Beyond the Pacific Rim”, De Schone Kunsten, Haarlem, The Netherlands
Galerie Frenhofer, Enschede, The Netherlands
Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
C – Line Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia 1990 Galerie Kolin, Zug, Switzerland
Galerie Frenhofer, Enschede, The Netherlands 1989 Atelier Thomi Keller, Basel, Switzerland
“The Hidden Mountain”, De Schone Kunsten, Heemstede, The Netherlands 1988 Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1987
Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

 

Group Exhibitions:

2020
Group Exhibition DSMHHPP – Gallery Lukisan

2019
KunstRAI, Amsterdam – Gallery Lukisan

2017
Art Stage Jakarta, Nadi Gallery Jakarta, Canna Gallery Jakarta, Semarang
Gallery Jakarta, Sri Sasanti Gallery Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
Ping Pong Basel-Miami-LA-Berlin, M54 Basel, Switzerland
Art Stage Singapore, Nadi Gallery Jakarta and Sri Sasanti Gallery Yogyakarta, Singapore

2016
Aqua Art Fair, GX Gallery London, Miami, USA Ping Pong Basel-Miami-LA, Downtown Miami, USA Art Basel Hongkong, Nadi Gallery Jakarta, Hongkong
Art Stage Singapore, Nadi Gallery Jakarta and Semarang Gallery Semarang, Singapore

2015
Manifesto, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
Art Paris 2015, Element Art Space, France
Art Basel Hongkong, Nadi Gallery, Hongkong
Art Philippines, Equator Art Project, Manila, The Philippines
Art Stage Singapore, Nadi Gallery and Semarang Gallery, Singapore

2014
Art Basel Hongkong, Nadi Gallery, Hongkong
Art Stage Singapore 2014, Nadi Gallery and Semarang Gallery, Singapore

2013
“1st Art Basel Hongkong 2013”, Nadi Gallery, Hongkong Art Stage Singapore, Nadi Gallery. Singapore

2012
Scope Art Fair, Willem Kerseboom Gallery, Basel, Switzerland Art Hongkong 2012, Nadi Gallery, Hongkong
Art Stage Singapore, Nadi Gallery, Singapore

2011
“Indonesian Eye: Fantasies and Realities”, Ciputra Artpreneur Center, Jakarta, Indonesia and the Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
“Art Amsterdam”, Artipoli Gallery, Noorden, the Netherlands
“Art Stage Singapore”, Nadi Gallery and Canna Gallery, Singapore
“Hong Kong International Art Fair (ART HK 11)”, Nadi Gallery, Hong Kong “New Pop New World”, Element Art Space, Singapore

2010
“Jazzcraft Vaganza”, Kota Baru Parahyangan, Bandung, Indonesia “Emptiness”, International Art Redlight, Amsterdam.
”Art Amsterdam”, Artipoli Gallery Noorden, the Netherlands.
“Scope Basel”, Ethan Cohen Fine Arts New York, Switzerland.
“Hong Kong International Art Fair (ART HK 10)”, Nadi Gallery, Hong Kong

2009
“CIGE 2009” (China International Gallery Exposition), Nadi Gallery, Beijing, China “The Next Wave – Outsider Lowbrow Punk Art?”, Avanthay Contemporary, Zurich, Switzerland
“Hong Kong International Art Fair (ART HK 09)”, Nadi Gallery, Hong Kong
“Jogja Jamming” Biennale Jogja X 2009, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2008
“Art Asia Miami”, Canna Gallery, Miami, USA
“Ping Pong”, A Basel-Miami Artist Inisiative, M54, Basel, Switzerland
“Crazycurators Biennale II”, Space Galeria Priestor for Contemporary Arts, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
“Expose #1 – A Presentation of Indonesian Contemporary Art by Deutsche Bank & Nadi Gallery”, Four Seasons Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Manifesto”, the National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
“CIGE 2008” (China International Gallery Exposition), Nadi Gallery, Beijing, China “Beyond Cartoon”, Beyond Art Space, Beijing, China
“Indonesian Invasion”, Sin Sin Fine Art, Hongkong

2007
“Imagined Affandi”, Gedung Arsip Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia, organized by Semarang Gallery
“Celebr’art’e Fire Boar”, CSIS, Jakarta & Griya Santrian Gallery, Bali, Indonesia, organized by Kupu-Kupu Gallery
“You Say Art We Say Yeah”, Daeppen Galerie, Basel, Switzerland “Indonesian Contemporary Artists”, Sin Sin Fine Art, Hongkong

2005
“Invasion of Punks”, Christophe Lambert & Eddie Hara, Espace Courant d’Art, Chevenez, Jura, Switzerland

2002
Art Zuerich, Asian Fine Arts Pruess and Ochs Gallery, Berlin, Germany Art Frankfurt, Asian Fine Arts Pruess and Ochs Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2001
Art Cologne, Asian Fine Arts Pruess and Ochs Gallery, Berlin, Germany

2000
“Gambar Ajal dan Kegirangan Baru”, Ivan Sagito & Eddie Hara, Santi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

1999 – 2002
“Awas! Recent Art from Indonesia”, Tour Exhibition: (Yogyakarta) Indonesia, (Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Cairns) Australia, (Hiroshima, Ashikawa) Japan, (Amsterdam) the Netherlands, (Aachen, Berlin) Germany, (Jakarta) Indonesia

1998
“Art Amsterdam”, De Schone Kunsten, Haarlem, The Netherlands
“Schwischen Raume”, Blatter AG, Bern, Switzerland
“Imaging Selves”, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
“Sisi Lain Orang Indonesia dan Negerinya”, Santi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

1997
Eddie Hara & Nyoman Erawan, Santi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Slot in the Box”, Cemety Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Selection ’97”, Kunsthaus Baselland, Switzerland

1996
“Semar”, Bentara Budaya Y ogyakarta, Y ogyakarta, Indonesia “Tiga Arus Baru”, Santi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

1995
“Drawings”, DiMata Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1994
9th Jakarta Biennial, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia “Nur Gora Rupa”, Surakarta, Indonesia
8th Triennial India, New Delhi, India

1993
“Het Land dat in Mij Woont”, Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken, the Hague, The Netherlands

1992
“ASEAN Festival of the Arts”, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 1991 “Double Dutch”, Art Project, Tilburg, The Netherlands
“Sama-Sama”, Centrum Beeldende Kunst Oosterpoort, Groningen, the Netherlands (catalogue); traveled to Tilburg, the Netherlands, Yogyakarta and Jakarta, Indonesia “Umsonst”, Lighthouse, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
The Drawing Room Gallery, Santa Monica, California, USA
“Pacific Rim Art Book Show”, Pasadena & Hayward, California, USA 1989 “Namenlose”, Charlotte Buri Galerie, Basel, Switzerland

1988
“Ekspresi Enam”, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Hedendaaggse Indonesische Kunst”, Volkenkundig Museum Nusantara, Delft, The Netherlands

1987
“Three Indonesian Artists”, De Schone Kunsten, Heemstede, the Netherlands 1986 2nd Biennial de la Habana, Havana, Cuba

1984
5th Biennial of Young Indonesian Painters, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia 1983 Kelompok Sketsa, Satya Wacana Christian University, Salatiga, Indonesia

 

Art Experiences:

2017
Window Glass painting at Adams CBD Store, Basel, Switzerland 2016 Window Glass painting at Terror Samba Club, Basel, Switzerland 2015 Mural at Eye Love You, Basel, Switzerland

2013
Mural at Artotel Jakarta, Indonesia

2008
Mural at M54, Basel, Switzerland
Mural at SinSin Fine Arts, Hongkong

2007
“Art is Cheap – Project Two”, a 60 minute performance at Imprimerie, Basel, Switzerland
Mural at Daeppen Galerie, Basel, Switzerland
Mural at Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2006
“Art is Cheap – Project One”, a 56 minute performance at Schalter, Basel, Switzerland 2005 Mural at La Chapelle Tunnel, Recyclart, Bruxelles, Belgium

2003
Mural at Nordstern Club, Basel, Switzerland

2002
Mural at Berlin Wall Painting Project, Art Frankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany
Mural at Semarang Gallery, Semarang, Indonesia

2001
Mural at Ludwig Forum fuer Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany
Mural at Pruess and Ochs Galerie, Berlin, Germany

1994
“Playground II”, a 13 minute performance, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1993
“Art and Nature”, an Environmental Art Project funded by the Goethe Institute, Munduk, Bali, Indonesia

1992
“BINAL Experimental Art”, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1991
“Double Dutch”, a confrontation with Dutch art and culture, Stichting Kunst Mondiaal, Tilburg, The Netherlands

1989
Mural at Jugendhaus, Muttenz, Switzerland

1986
“Playground”, a 10 minutes performance with Luluk Purwanto (violin) and Juan Mor’O (Philippine artist); music, visual arts and theatre, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Seni Derita/Hardship Art”, a 24 hour performance with Dutch artist Ellen Urselmann, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Homage to the Sun God”, a performance with WACAE’s textile dept. students (Perth, Australia), Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

 

Work in Collections:

  • Artotel Thamrin, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Iniala Designer Hotel/Residence, Phuket, Thailand
  • Artipoli Art Gallery, Noorden, the Netherlands
  • Canna Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Cemeti Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Deutsche Bank Central Frankfurt, Germany
  • Deutsche Bank, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Lontar Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Ministry of Social Affairs, Den Haag, the Netherlands
  • Municipal of Filderstadt, Stuttgart, Germany
  • Museum der Kulturen, Basel, Switzerland
  • Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Oei Hong Djien Museum, Magelang, Indonesia
  • PT. Kawan Lama, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Semarang Gallery, Semarang, Indonesia
  • Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
  • Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Widayat Museum, Magelang, Indonesia
  • Zurich Insurance, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Nadi Gallery
  • In private collections

 

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Ayu Arista Murti

Ayu Arista Murti

Ayu Arista Murti is one of the few female artists in Indonesia. Her works evolve around the theme of love and harmony among living organisms. “Nature, in all of her aspects, is beautiful”.

In her creative process to achieve an art work, the intellectual thoughts as well as natural processes are equally important. She absorbs things from different sources and let herself inspired by manga comics, but also writings and books.

Ayu Arista Murti intentionally chooses different environment and weather conditions in and around her studio to allow nature directly influence the result of her works. The elements like sun rays, wind or breeze, damp or water, dust or dirt should make an integral part of the end result. Working with many kinds of media at the same time, Ayu will sometimes work under the glaring tropical sun to allow the paint to dry quickly. She will then bring the painting to a more shadowed area to allow strongly diluted paint to spread and dry its transparent layer on the canvas. And these will later on be coloured and modified with soft pastel, charcoal, dust or dirt. And a piece of cloth, metal or wire will later be applied.

Ayu’s concerns about the genetic manipulation culminated in the Cloning Series, in the (resin) sculptures, paintings and drawings. However, her positive approach still shows the Deformed organisms in their beauty in stead.

Born:
14 December, 1979, in Surabaya, East-Java, Indonesia

Education:
2004 – Graduated from Indonesian Fine Arts Institute (ISI), Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

2018

Remembering Garden of Epicurus, Artotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2017

Flowing with The Water, Ark Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2011

Solo Exhibition, Wada Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

2010

Cloning Garden, Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Cloning Garden, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta Art District, Grand Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

2008

Rhyme of Lines, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2006

Sweet Bitter Sour, 24HR ART Gallery, Darwin, Australia

2005

Metafora Metamorfosa, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

Selected Group Exhibitions

2020

Group Exhibition DSMHHPP – Gallery Lukisan

2019

Affordable Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium
First Art Fair, Amsterdam

2018

The Primacy of Seeing, Semarang Galeri
KunstRAI, Gallery Lukisan, Amsterdam
ArtStage Singapore, Gajah Gallery, Marina Bay, Singapore
Form of Diversity, REDBASE, Yogyakarta
Medium Play, Gajah Gallery, Yogyakarta
Yogya Annual Art #3, Positioning, Sangkring, Yogyakarta
Auckland Art Fair, The Cloud, Auckland, New Zealand
Seyogyanya, Tenggara Group exhibition, Jogja Galeri, Yogyakarta

2017

Kembulan, Studio Kalahan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Open Studio, Gajah Gallery, Yogyakarta
Lost and Found, Art Merdeka, Bumbon #3, Pararel Biennalle, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Yogya Annual Art #2, Sangkring, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Turbulance, by Martel, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Hanoi march connection, Art Exhibition and Workshop, by Hanoi University of Industrial Fine Arts and Asia Art Link, Hanoi, Vietnam
Bumbon #2, Sangkring, Yogyakarta 2016 – ArtStage 2016, Marina Bay, Singapore
Equilibrio, Artemis gallery, Kuala Lumpur
Equilibrio, China house, Penang, Malaysia
Kecil Itu Indah, Edwin’s Gallery & Bazaar Art Jakarta – Print Parade, Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta

2015

Dystopia 1000 pulau, Cata Odata, Bali, Indonesia
Bazaar Art, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Polychromatic, Green host Hotel, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2014

Socio Landscape – Indonesia & Cambodia Artist, National Museum, Cambodia
Communicating In Art Making Today, Edwins Gallery, Jakarta , Indonesia – ReDraw, Edwins Gallery, Jakarta, – KIAF, Coex, Seoul, South Korea
Bazaar Art , Jakarta , Indonesia
Indonesia – Thailand Artist, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Iconoclast, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang, Indonesia
Manifesto #4 : Keseharian : Mencandra Tanda Masa, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
ArtJog 14, Legacies of Power, Cultural Park/Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2013

Parallel Event Biennale Jogja XII, Knyt Somnia – Genesis Of Terror, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Bazaar Art ++, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Homoludens 4, Bentara Budaya, Denpasar, Bali

2012

Unforgettable, Exhibition Hall, Jakarta Art District, Grand Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Vertigo, The Indonesian Ugliness, Ode To Art, Singapore
The Winner’s Creation, Indonesian Arts Award, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia
Beauty Case, Jakarta Art District, Grand Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Jakarta Biennale #14, Jakarta, Indonesia
Lintas, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Bazaar Art Jakarta, Ritz Carlton, Pacific Place, Jakarta, Indonesia The Everyday Fantastic, S. Bin Art Plus, Singapore
Art Stage Singapore, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Survey #1.10, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Dua Kota Dua Cerita, Semarang Gallery, Semarang, Indonesia

2011 – 2010

Latitudes in Transit, A collective sample of Mexican and Indonesian women artists, Embassy of Mexico, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
Perversion, Pure Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2009

Jogja Jamming Biennale X Yogyakarta, Sangkring Art Space,Yogyakarta Indonesia
Palais Project – Palais Breuner, Singerstraβe 16,A – 1010, Vienna, Austria

2008

The Highlight: dari Medium ke Transmedia, FSR ISI, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Arttriangle, Soka Gakkai Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
KOMPAS Daily’s Short Story Illustration, Gallery Soemardja, Bandung,

2007

Indonesian Contemporary, 1918 ArtSpace, Collaboration with Edwin’s Gallery, Shanghai, China
KOMPAS Daily’s Short Story Illustration, Orasis Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia
KOMPAS Daily’s Short Story Illustration, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
KOMPAS Daily’s Short Story Illustration, Bentara Budaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
Boys and Girl, IVAA Book Aid Vol. 2, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Manifesto, Galeri National Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
A New Force of South East Asia: Group Exhibitions of Indonesian
Contemporary Artists, Asia Art Centre, Collaboration with Edwin’s Gallery, Beijing, China
Beyond Cartoon, Beyond Art Space, Beijing, China
Survey, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Renjana, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Conscience Celebrate-September Art Events, Fine Art Exhibition, organized by Edwin’s Gallery, Gandaria City, Jakarta, Indonesia

2006

Young Arrow, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Metafora Metamorfosa 2, Puri Art Gallery, Malang, Indonesia – Jakarta Biennale, Jakarta, Indonesia

2005

Fragments – KII 13, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
21st and Beyond – Personality and Variance -, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Small World, Vanessa Art House, Jakarta, Indonesia
Equatorial Heat, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Jejak-Jejak Drawing, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Tanda Kasih, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Art for Aceh, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2004

Equatorial Heat, Sichuan Museum, Collaboration withEdwin’s Gallery, China
Bingkai Narasi Kecil, KII 12, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Asean Art Awards, Ancient Roots: Modern Bridges, National Art Gallery, Thailand
Mager Nusantara, Yogya – Kuala Lumpur, Galeri Pitoe, Rumah Djoko Pekik, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Group Exhibition, Indonesia National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Persepsi dalam Vibrasi, Drawing Exhibition, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia 2003 – Indonesian Art Award, by Phillp Morris, Jakarta, Indonesia
Kecil itu Indah 11, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Girl Talk, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Third of Indonesia Art Festival, Balai Pemuda, Surabaya, Indonesia – Kria ISI 2003, National Museum, Jakarta, Indonesia

2002

Sepiring Indonesia, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Metropolitan, Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Kata Rupa, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Age-hibition, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Jeruk Polkadot, with Kanae Asada and Rahma Dewi, Dusun Jogya Village, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Bersatu dalam Rasa, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2001

Kecil itu Indah 9, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Her Story, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Gelart , Report from Yogyakarta, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2000

Yogyakarta Art Festival (FKY), Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Art Workshop, STIE Koewera , Malang, Indonesia
Gelar Karya Perempuan, Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Group Exhibition with Yogyakarta Young Artists, Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1999

Group Exhibition with Kelompok Lepas, Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Pratisara Affandi Adi Karya, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1998

Bias Kuntum Saraswati, Museum Affandi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Indonesia Art Festival, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1996

Encounter of Two Millennial Country Peru – Indonesia, World Trade Center, Jakarta, Indonesia

1994

Group Exhibition, Foundation of Catholic Education, Jakarta, Indonesia

Art Project

2013
Knyt Somnia “Genesis of Terror”, Exhibition and workshop PE. Biennale Jogja XII

2007
Art Director of Monolog Sungai (The River Monologue), A Solo by Project Erythrina Baskorowati, Teater Garasi, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Awards

2003
Top 5 of Indonesian Art Awards by Phillip Morris Company and YSRI, Indonesia
Finalist South East Asean Art Awards by Phillip Morris Company

2002
Best Artwork, Dies Natalis Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2001
Total Indonesia Award from YSRI and Total Company

2000
The Best Drawing Sketch from Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1999
The Best Water Color and Sketch from Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

1996
The Best Encounter of Two Millennial Country Peru – Indonesia, Embassy of Peru, Jakarta, Indonesia

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