Annemarieke van Peppen

Annemarieke van Peppen

Annemarieke van Peppen’s art is characterised by her continous evaluation of the impact of social media on our lives, that shape and challenge our perception of the world in real. She is particularly interested to reveal the beauty of imperfect human beings. Through photography and repetition, she creates images assembled as a collage. Every piece of the image or the photograph printed on pieces of paper in different size, textures and colours. Those pieces of paper have been in turn made for different purpose than photo paper, like newspaper or joss paper (coloured paper used as offerings, common in Chinese culture).

For her recent project THE HERO IN YOU, exhibited at the Bruijs shipyard, Bergen op Zoom, Van Peppen photographed Ukrainian women refugees to help them cope with their traumatic experiences. The women are seen wearing their self-made amulets and clothes as reminder for the mother country they have been forced to leave. It was also an art collaboration project of Van Peppen with 4 other Ukrainian artists.

The exhibition In Infinity – The End, Annemarieke van Peppen will show her newest works, greatly inspired by the Trimurti philosophy of Balinese Hindu. The Trimurti (from Sanskrit) are the trinity of supreme divinity in Hinduism, in which the cosmic functions of creation, maintenance, and destruction are personified as a triad of deities. Typically, the designations are that of Brahma the creator, Vishnu the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer. The effect of this holy trinity is the philosophy embracing the concept that everything happens in one’s life is necessary to strike the balance and to complete the infinite circle of lives.

Van Peppen is a socially engaged artist, involved in several charitable projects in The Netherlands and Indonesia.


Rotterdam, 1971

Fashion at the Academy of Arts and Industry (AKI) in Enschede

Artworks by Annemarieke van Peppen

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M.A. Roziq

M.A. Roziq

M.A. Roziq sees the photography as a way to express his thoughts and imagination rather than capturing lights and events. One of his teachers at the Photography Academy was Iswanto Soerjanto, a photographer also represented by Gallery Lukisan.

Roziq expresses his concern on the degrading life environment by using metaphors built up from ordinary daily objects and toys. Sometimes he chooses the subjects of his photography covered in fluffy, but volatile and short-lived soap bubbles, while the other times the subjects are completely frozen in ice. Before Roziq can make even photograph of the iced objects, he must first of all make the ice made of pure of coloured frozen water. He creates ice cubes, smooth blocks, shapes and even complete elaborated sculptures. The translucent ice gives a fascinating look to the sealed objects, distorts the image but also enhances the contrast by the quality of light, blurring their original purpose and giving them different meaning.

By choosing ice as a symbol of preserving, Roziq finds a way to comment on the current societal questions in a fresh and humorous manner. No wonder that he has been selected several times to exhibit his works at the ArtJog, the most important contemporary art festival in Indonesia.

Lampung, 28 September 1978

2002 Diploma Fine Art Photography, Akademi Desain Visi Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Artworks by M.A. Roziq

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

Solo Exhibition “Durasi Kebenaran” Nalarroepa Ruang Seni Yogyakarta

Solo Exhibition “Gift For My Children” Via-Via Café Yogyakarta

Group Exhibitions (last 5 Years)


KunstRAI, Gallery Lukisan, Amsterdam
Affordable Art Fair Brussels, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands
First Art Fair, Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, The Netherlands


Affordable Art Amsterdam, Gallery Lukisan, Amsterdam

Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
Exhibition “VICE VERSA” Galeri Rumah Jati Yogyakarta
Contemporary Art Exhibition At Jogja Contemporary Yogyakarta
Visual Exhibition “ Alam Benda dan Gambar Lainnya” Museum Dan Tanah Liat Yogyakarta
Mandiri ARTJOG9 “Universal Influence” Jogja Nasional Museum Yogyakarta
“DIALOG” Jogja Village inn Hotel Yogyakarta
“LOREM IPSUM :Sisyphus and the Stone” Sangkring Art Project Yogyakarta
PAPERU (ng)impi(an) FKY 28 Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“ Mandiri Sahabat Negeri” Mandiri Art Charity, Graha Bimasena Jakarta
“WhArt Now?” Traveling Exhibition with Art Xchange Gallery, Jogja Gallery Yogyakarta ; Galeri Prima Kuala Lumpur ; Art Xchange Gallery Singapore
Imago Mundi “Island of the Imagination” Bentara Budaya Bali
AKAP “Kebersamaan” Jogja Gallery Yogyakarta
Imago Mundi “Island of the Imagination” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta

“Revitalisasi “ Museum H.Widayat Magelang Jawa Tengah
Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
“Yogya Open Studio” Nalarroepa Studio Yogyakarta
“Reborn Everytime” Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta
“Imago Mundi: The Art of Humanity (Art Humanity)” At Praestigium Italia
“Lost in Colors#1” Artotel Surabaya
“Drawn to Experience V2” POP Gallery, Brisbane Australia
“Bukti” Visi Gallery Yogyakarta
“Keajaiban Kecil” At Nalarroepa Ruang Seni Yogyakarta
The 30 th ASROPA international art Exhibition, W Gallery in Gunsan South Korea
BANK ART FAIR, Singapore

“ISI ISI” Kemang 58 Gallery Jakarta
“The Work Without Border”#2 Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
“Bangun Jiwo” Lapak 36 Yogyakarta
“Legacies Of Power” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“KSATRIA” Musium Bank Indonesia Yogyakarta
“On Klik” Balai Pemajangan dan Keseharian Yogyakarta
“Rupa-Rupa Seni Rupa “ Nandur Srawung” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta2013 Exhibition“Dongeng Garuda” Sallie Café Yogyakarta
“LARDE Vol.1” Independent Art Space & Management Yogyakarta
“Sweet Seventeen” Via-Via Café Yogyakarta

Exhibition “The Work Without Border” Jogja Gallery Yogyakarta
ArtJog13 “Maritim Culture” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“non-EXPRESSION” Taman Budaya Jawa Tengah
“Territories of Self” Rumahku Art Café Magelang2012 Exhibition “Hyperfocal Distance” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta

ArtJog12 “Looking East” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Small Series#1” Independent Art Space & Management Yogyakarta
“Jejak di Punggung Khatulistiwa” Gallery STSRD VISI Yogyakarta
Photography exhibition” Lokananta Festival” Solo Jawa Tengah

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Yang Seungwook

Yang Seungwook

Talented and brave young Korean photographer. Winner of the 2019 Pride Photo Award with his series “Play Toy” at the Pride Photo Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Next to this series, he also gets a Special Mention for his other contribution series “Badasses”.

His photo series are a proof of his keen eyes for details, humor but also self-reflection. Masses children toys congest and are piled up together to form new objects, they could have been part of endless fractal objects. The super-hero toys seem to lost their playful innocence, while engaging awkward and eroticism acts and position, provoking laugh and shock at the same time. His Second Memories series explore his more serious side, while his “Home, Bittersweet Home (2010-2014)”, reveals an honest portrait of the degradation of his both grandparents in their later years.

“Sometimes I feel awkward and unfamiliar on the way, when seeing rubbish abandoned on the street or things left alone. My photographs started with the process that catching the moments. I have been making works through creating novel scenes, adding my own experiences and recollections to the moments, and reproducing images taken already.” – Yang Seungwook

“지나가던 길에 버려진 쓰레기나 사물들로 인해 그 주변이 굉장히 어색하고 낯설게 느껴질 때가 있다. 이런 순간들을 포착하는 과정에서 사진작업이 시작되었다. 여기에 개인적인 경험과 기억이 더해져 새로운 장면을 연출하기도 하고, 이미 촬영된 이미지들을 섞어 재편집함으로서 또 다른 작업을 만들어내고 있다.” – Yang Seungwook

Master of Fine Arts, Korea National University Of Arts
Bachelor of Science, Digital Media Design, Anyang University

Yang Seungwook

Artworks by Yang Seungwook

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

“I am No more Mad than you are : NO MAD”, Cheongju Art Studio, Chungju, Korea

“Home, Bittersweet Home”, Gallery Ryugaheon, Seoul, Korea
“Glass Closet”, Space Keuk, Seoul, Korea

“#GUNSAN”, Art and Culture space Yeoinsuk, Gunsan, Korea
“Toy room”, Room of One’s own – Alternative space Noon, Suwon, Korea

“Rendezvous”,  NUDA, Daejeon, Korea

Group Exhibition

“Failure exhibition; Prequel”, plan b project space, Seoul, Korea

“THE SCRAP 2019”, Seoul, Korea
“PHOTO IS:RAEL”, Tel Aviv, Israel
“Inter-val, Inter-view”, Tribowl, Incheon, Korea
“Exhibition of the 2019 winners” De Hallen, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“Dongseongkangkang”, Artbn, Seoul, Korea
“Corners2”, Keep in touch seoul, Seoul, Korea
“Open Code”, Cheongju Art Studio, Chungju, Korea
“Queer Pride”, Home Yeonmoo, Suwaon, Korea
“Double Consciousness“, Out House, Seoul, Korea

“Niece of Shaman”, Space Sun, Seoul, Korea

“The Bedroom”, Holland Tunnel Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, USA
“A/S(After Show)”, Seoul Art Space Seogyo, Seoul, Korea

“THE SCRAP”, Seoul, Korea
“Empty house, manless”, Sohoheon, Daejeon, Korea

“Digital ARTEXMODA 2015”, Art Museum KNU, Daegu, Korea

“Rephotography”, complex cultural space NEMO, Seoul, Korea

“Report on art itinerant vendors ANT”, supplement space Stone & Water, Anyang, Korea

“Zen Mind, Beginner’s mind”, Gallery BODA, Seoul, Korea

Art Residency

Cheongju Art Studio,Cheongju, Korea

Art and Culture space Yeoinsuk Residency, Gunsan, Korea

Sojae Creating Community Residency , Daejeon, Korea


Winner 2019 Pride Photo Award: “PLAY TOY”, Pride Photo Award, The Netherlands
Special Mention: Badasses

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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.


Law School
Brooks Institute of Photography, California, USA

Artworks by Iswanto Soerjanto

Artist Bio

Solo Exhibition

“Painting With Light”, Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

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

Group Exhibition

Direct Contact: Cameraless Photography Now, The Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University USA

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

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

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

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

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

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

Mizuma Gallery, Singapore

“Beyond Photography”, Ciputra Artpreneur Center, Jakarta

Garis Art Space, Jakarta

Garis Art Space, Bali

Nine Art Gallery, Yogyakarta

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

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


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

24 March, 1963 in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

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


Hasselblad Ambassador:

Artworks by Hengki Koentjoro

Artist Bio



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


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


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


  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


  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



The Refined Eye (2016)

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Rony Zakaria

Rony Zakaria

Rony Zakaria is a photographer based in Indonesia. He studied photography at Galeri Foto Jurnalistik Antara and Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. Zakaria’s work focuses on how historical, sociocultural and religious underpinnings of daily life shape his native country, Indonesia. He has been commissioned by publications like The New York Times, GEO, and Monocle.

Zakaria has also participated in exhibitions with institutions and platforms like the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Recontres d’Arles, and Chobimela Photo Festival. He has published two monographs: Encounters (2013) and Men, Mountains & the Sea (2019).

1984 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Artworks by Rony Zakaria

Artist Bio

Awards & Achivements

Objectifs Documentary Award, Singapore

Best of Photography Award at Xishuangbanna Photo Festival, China

Roberto del Carlo Award at Photolux Lucca Photo Festival, Italy

Finalist in Kassel Photobook Dummy Award at Fotobook Festival

Selected as one of emerging Asian Photographers by Nikon Asia

Third Place NPPA Best of Photojournalism in Non-Traditional Publishing
Mochtar Lubis Award Grant for Investigative reporting

Second Place NPPA Best of Photojournalism in Non-Traditional Publishing
First Prize Photo Stories TEMPO Best of Photojournalism

Fellowship from Konrad Adenauer Asian Center For Journalism

United Nations FAO Photographic Grant for Avian Culture issue


Rony Zakaria is a Leica Indonesia Ambassador and supported with Leica cameras and lens.


Pantura: Where Are You Mr. Daendels, Objectifs Center, Singapore
Toraja: A Celebration of Life, Leica Gallery Jakarta, Indonesia

Leica Ambassadors: Nusantara, Plaza Senayan, Indonesia
Men, Mountains & The Sea, JIPFEST photo festival, Indonesia

Men, Mountains & The Sea, Xishuangbanna photo festival, China
Men, Mountains & The Sea, Recontres d’Arles photo festival, France

Men, Mountains & The Sea, Photolux Photo Festival Lucca, Italy
Beyond Transisi, Fotografie Frankfurt Forum, Frankfurt, Germany
Men, Mountains & The Sea, Beijing Photo Festival, China
Sugar Island, Foreign Correspondents Club Bangkok, Thailand

Men, Mountains & The Sea, Jakarta International Photo Summit, Indonesia
Show Me The Money, Singapore International Photo Festival, Singapore

Men, Mountains & The Sea, PhotoQuai, musée du Quai Branly, Paris, France
Show Me The Money, Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne, Germany
Men, Mountains & The Sea, Obscura Photo Festival, Penang, Malaysia
Encounters, Cipta Gallery, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia

Diamond Dreams, Chobimela Photo Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Living in X, Ateneo de Manila University, Manila, Philippines

In Harmonie, Chobimela Photo Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bali Bird Culture, ANTARA Gallery of Photojournalism, Jakarta, Indonesia

From Zero to Hero, ANTARA Gallery of Photojournalism, Jakarta, Indonesia

Editorial clients

The New York Times / TIME / GEO / Nat Geo / Le Monde / The Guardian / The Wall Street Journal / Vice / Inc. / Marie Claire / The Financial Times /  Bloomberg News / Mare / Monocle / Courrier International / DeVolkskrant / DestinAsian / TEMPO / Jakarta Post

Corporate clients

Microsoft / Asian Development Bank / The World Bank / GIZ / The Netherlands Embassy / AusAid / AirBnB / British Embassy / Holcim / CBI Europe / Novartis / Porsche Indonesia / Global Aid Network / Sinarmas / Maverick / Chuosenko

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Autographed by Hengki Koentjoro

Format Size: 28 x 24 cm (Portrait)
Pages: 96 (plus 12 page booklet), in duotone black & white
Language: English
Photos: 48
Hardcover, Tipped-in Photos, Foil stamping

Launched at the Frankfurt Book Fair in 2015 by Afterhours Books. MONOHYDRA is a fine-art, black-and-white underwater photography book. This beautifully bound book isa fine testament to Hengki’s expertise and unparalleled mastery in underwater monochromatic photography, complete with a special foreword by world-renowned American fine-art photographer Michael Kenna and fine-art gallerist Bob Tobin. 


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