Antonius Kho




At The Oberoi Hotel, Bali

From 08 November to 08 December, 2016.


Antonius Kho


Antonius Kho was born a “Chinese-Indonesian” in Klaten, a small town of central Java, an “alien”, to a point, in his land. To him, when he was child, the Wayang, Batik and other images of the Javanese world came piecemeal through the jumble and rumble of the life of the streets. As references rather than living symbols and carriers of meaning. Meaning was with Buddha and the Tao wisdom. It was the candle put to burn with incense in front of the family shrine. And like the candle it too was withering, as withered all the Chinese mores and customs. Antonius Kho’s real tradition, thus, was essentially a mosaic of beliefs and visual symbols: the paradoxes roots of a modernity.

Oototol  (Ca. 1943 - 2012)


At the Oberoi Hotel, Bali.

From 06 October to 06 November, 2016.


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Oototol was born ca.1943 during the Japanese occupation in the village of Pengosekan, to the South of the famous Ubud. He never went to school, both because his parents could not afford it and because he was somehow “different” from his village peers.

He did not fit, nowhere, behaved as if being the host of some “outside” forces –what the Balinese call bebainan– and reacted in strange, compulsive-obsessive ways, that soon had him turn into the village fool. He came of age during the heydays of Indonesian nationalism, when Sukarno’s speeches, heard on radio, were turning crazy crowds in the smallest Indonesian villages.

Tjandra Hutama K.


"Rejang Dancers"


The Oberoi Hotel, Seminyak, Bali.

From August 20 to September 30, 2016.


Rejang Dancers


The Rejang dance is a ritual of the Balinese community, performed in temples as a sacred offering to gods.

It is a presentation to welcome and entertain the gods coming down from heaven to earth. During the temple ceremony, gods are invited through mantra and puja to come down from heaven, and then abide in the sacred objects like Pratima or effigy.

Rejang dances, especially in Karangasem, eastern of Bali region, are performed by female dancers usually around a holy place or shrine, where the effigies are placed. The Rejang dancers have many combination clothes and crowns, there are about more than 50 types in the Karangasem Region.

Made Budhiana


"Beyond Freedom"



The Oberoi Hotel, Seminyak, Bali

From 14 July to 11 August, 2016


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Budhiana dove and immersed himself within his abstract expressive paintings while he was in his quest for his own art. All that he kept inside now waited to emerge in freedom; and all the academic theory that he acquired for years for years in his university built something new within him. Early on his artistic journey, he realized that what he needed to do first was to acquire freedom of artistic expression.

Tjandra Hutama K.


"Rejang Dancers"



at La Finca Restaurant

Batu Belig, Bali.

From 8th to 25th July 2016


exhibition Tjandra invitation




"Reflections on peace"


at The Oberoi Hotel, Bali


Reflections on peace


“The concept of my works is responsive from what I see and feel in social life.
In my discomfort situation, where increasingly widespread forms of violence, induce me anxiety and a sense of empathy, what in my view should be developed, is back create a sense of peace, by looking at the values of our local wisdom.
In Bali, we keep the relationship of man with man, man and nature and of man with God; and we continue to see human values that were developed by Mahatma Gandhi, Mother Theresa and from other characters as well.

Ketut Suwidiarta


"Metaphor of Line"


11 March - 25 April 2016


The Oberoi Hotel
Jalan Kayu Aya,
Kuta,Badung, Bali
Pantai Seminyak


metaphor of line


In the last 3 years, I am interested and exploring the line elements in the works of my drawing. In exploring the line as an aesthetic element, I found the passion and excitement combined with my own experiences which are then sublimated in the works that actually is a theme inspired by the paintings of garden Kertagosa in Klungkung, Bali. Consciously I discovered the power of Balinese painting, especially painting tradition which is an achievement Kamasan classical Balinese painting. In this period then my interest in the work of maestro mask I Wayan Tangguh .His strength of character masks I Wayan inspire me to create works that use elements of style mask responsibility into the contemporary discourse in the representation of comedy and parody.


Ketut Suwidiarta

9 residivis


9 Residivis


April 8 2016


ODD space
Jl. Raya Semat 1
Canggu Permai
80361 // Bali

H.Widayat (1919-2002)


15 January - 09 March 2016


The Oberoi Hotel, Bali
Jalan Kayu Aya, Kuta, Badung,
Bali, Pantai Seminyak


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The role of Widayat, as innovator and initiator of a unique style with atypical Indonesian identity, is overlooked. His steady production of art works and his role as a teacher have been very influential in the development of Indonesian modern art. It would therefore be a good idea to include him in the list of pioneers as ’number four’. When I lived in Indonesia in the 1980s, I met Widayat and his wife Sumini in Jalan Cendana (Yogyakarta). One of his paintings with white birds in a tree was hanging at the wall. I was immediately enchanted by the gentle atmosphere of these works that were so different from the other artworks in Indonesia. From that moment on, I visited Widayat whenever I was in Yogyakarta and later Mungkid.

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Titus Garu


"Invigorating happiness machines"


opening 5 pm
05 December 2015


Art Space
Jl. Raya Semat 1
Canggu Bali


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