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

 

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Art Space
Jl. Raya Semat 1
Canggu Bali

Lugiono

 

"Wayang"

 

November 15 -
December 19, 2015

 

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

 

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For more than a thousand years Indonesians have used Wayang Theater as a method of addressing the conundrums of life.
The lively puppet traditions of South and Southeast Asia have portrayed epic stories that shrank the cosmos down to a miniature world.
The vast expanse of the earth could symbolically be reduced to the few feet of a puppet stage. The puppeteer’s lamp became the sun, throwing light on myriad creatures who, in their nobility or baseness, make up the world.

I Dewa Putu Mokoh
and I Ketut Budiana

 

"Outsiders"

 

September 04 -
November 04, 2015

 

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

 

Outsiders

 

This exhibition is dedicated to these two important artists, both with a different vision and plastic expression.
Ketut Budiana who has a clear mystical inspiration, and Dewa Mokoh with a pragmatic and ironic vision
Both influenced by the artistic movement Pita Maha, they interpret the visual Balinese tradition with their own strong imprint, positioning themselves in the opposite sides of the movement stylistic trajectory.

 

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