A Journey through Indonesian art

 

Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.

From October 09 to December 08, 2019.

 

Jalan Kayu Aya, Pantai Seminyak, Kuta, Bali

 

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Rudolf Bonnet
Born in Amsterdam (1895 – 1978).
Rudolf Bonnet studied at the Rijks School voor Kunstnijverheid (National Arts and Crafts School) and the Rijksakademie (National Academy) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Satya Cipta (1988)

 

Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.
From August 31 to October 06, 2019.

 

Jalan Kayu Aya, Pantai Seminyak, Kuta, Bali

 

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SATYA: A GREAT TALENT IN ITS BUD

When talking about a Balinese artist one usually talks first about Balinese culture, or about the way this artist has ‘escaped’ from this culture to become modern or contemporary. In other words, it is as if Balinese artists ‘existed’ only through the prism of culture.

Galung Wiratmaja (1972)

 

Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.
From March 05 to May 06, 2019.

 

Jalan Kayu Aya, Pantai Seminyak, Kuta, Bali

 

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GALUNG WIRATMAJA: FACING REALITY

Among modern Balinese artists, few choose the road of realism. Is it because realism is too demanding in a society so eulogized for the beauty of its nature and people? They are indeed careful not to fall into the trap of exoticism. Most therefore opt for a semi-figurative form of representation that enables them to freely delve into one or another kind of Balinese symbolism.

 Dipo Andy (1975)

 

Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.
From January 02 to March 04, 2019.

 

Jalan Kayu Aya, Pantai Seminyak, Kuta, Bali

 

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Until twenty years ago, Indonesian artists had access to a very limited visual world: that of Indonesia and its traditions as well as that of the art books available at the local art schools. And suddenly, the digitalization and the internet were there, for everyone to see and learn. Faraway lands and icons suddenly became images of everyday life. Better, the digital world provided new techniques of duplication and interpretation of reality.

Katirin (1967)

 

Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.
From October 29 to December 21, 2018

 

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It is not an unimportant decision for an artist to try to make his or her mark in the informal side. Because, once you make your choice, not only are you exposed to sneer by ordinary folk –who say you cannot paint—but you have also to demonstrate that you have something to say.
You cannot hide anymore behind the geometrization of objects nor even behind abstract color geometrical forms for their own sake, nor can you pretend to reveal the structure of your subconscious like action painter are doing with their repetitive color swabs over the canvas.

Ugo Untoro (1970)


Art Exhibition at The Oberoi, Bali.
From August 20 to October 29, 2018

 

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UGO UNTORO’S LONESOME PRESENCE

There are artists that are easy to write about. For some, their work is narrative, and you can write a few pages about it. For other ones, it their style or manner that present interesting features. There is similarly no problem writing about them. A pinch of theory of color here. A whiff of post-modern discourse there, and you do have your curatorial piece.

Nasirun (1965)

 

Art Exhibition in The Oberoi, Bali
From May 28 to July 02, 2018.

 

 

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Nasirun occupies a place of his own in the Indonesian art world. When one first sees his paintings, one cannot be indifferent: here is an artist who has the rarest and most valued quality of all; he has a ╩║world of his own╩║--shown in a feat of color a feast of color. The narrative is there, with the fantastic.

ONE

 

Windee Winata (1974)

 

Art Exhibition in The Oberoi, Bali
From May 28 to July 02, 2018.

 

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“One”is the way I connect with the unknown. When I’m out there, it feels like a union, or as a Balinese priest once said to me when viewing my images: “The small universe meets the big universe.”

The Purity of Esthetic

 

Adriaan Palar (1936)

 

Art Exhibition in The Oberoi, Bali
From April 16 to May 16, 2018.

 

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Adriaan Palar Symbolic Abstraction

 

When one sees Adriaan Palar’s paintings, what does one think about?
Mondrian and De Stijl of course, but with a difference. It is not color or Nature in themselves, reduced to their basic geometrical structures, as in Mondrian’s works, that are being investigated. It is instead Indonesian color, and Indonesian nature.

The Richness of Emptiness

 

Putu Wirantawan (1972)

 

Art Exhibition in The Oberoi Hotel, Bali
From February 19 to March 19, 2018.

 

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Wirantawan's imageries have their origin in trivial things found everywhere around the artist. Sunrays, water, fire, burning incense or cigarette that brings forth smoke, ash, dust, coarse and fine messages, and the ripple resulted when something plunge into the water, are among the everyday objects and events that inspire Wirantawan and fuel his artistic imagination.

 

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