Utin Rini Anggraini

Nature body-ness

was born in 1976, Pontianak. Graduated from fine art departement, Graphic Art, Indonesian Institute of Art Yogyakarta.

2002: The 100 Philip
2001: The Best Graphic Artist, Fakultas Seni Rupa, ISI, Yogyakarta

Selected Group exhibitions:
• NATURE BODY-NESS, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

Revitalisasi, H. Widajat Museum, Magelang, Jawa Tengah

• Neo Iconoclasts, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang Jawa Tengah
• Nandur Srawung, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta

Membatalkan Keperempuanan, Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta

• A.Rouse, Duo Exhibition, H.O.M., Kuala Lumpur.
• Speak Of, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta

• Carpe Diem, Phillo Art Space, Jakarta
• Dua Kota, Dua Cerita, Semarang Gallery, Semarang
• Room is Mine, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta

• Expo Sign, Jogja Expo Center, Yogyakarta
• Borderless World, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
• Hang Out: Pameran Grafis, Kedai Belakang, Yogyakarta
• Hello Print, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta
• Kunduran Truk, Kersan Art Space, Yogyakarta
• Tenggara, Novas Contemporary Urban Centre, Liverpool

• ArTriangle, Soka Gakkai, Malaysia
• Art Singapore, Singapore Art Fair
• G-8, Bale Black Box, Yogyakarta
• Komedi Putar, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
• Untukmu Perempuan Indonesia, Museum Arsip, Jakarta
• Lullaby, V Art Gallery, Yogyakarta

• iBUMI, Global Warming Kunstkamera, Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Bukit Ungasan, Bali
• Ride the Lighting, Parker Space, Yogyakarta

Nana Tedja

Nature body-ness


was born in Yogyakarta, Indonesia 1971. Graduated from fine art departement, postgraduate programme at Indonesian Institute of Art Yogyakarta.

1999 : The Winsor Newton World Wide Millenium Painting, Competition

Solo Exhibition:
2008: IDOL, Jogjakarta National Museum
1999: Bebas Merdeka, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
1996: Warna Dunia, melia hotel Yogyakarta

Selected Group exhibitions:
• NATURE BODY-NESS, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
• OPEN STUDIO ARTjog (mei-juni)

2015: Dies natalis Gajahmada University

2013-2015 exclusive contrac with menegement art in USA.

• Ambassador people art- ambassador gallery, miami, Florida, USA
• suka pari suka dan sahabat kartika, museum affandi dan bentara budaya
• Senirupa PP MUHAMADIYAH, Bentara Budaya Jakarta

• Asia Raya, Museum Widayat
• Negari Ngayogyokarto, Jogja Nasional MUSEUM
• Pameran 4 kota, bentara budaya Jakarta, Bali, Jogjakarta, Surabaya.

• Galeri Apik Jakarta- Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
• Seven Receipes, Bentara Budaya Jakarta

• Jogja Biennale Jogja Jamming, Yogyakarta

• Exposign 25 tahun ISI- Jogja Expo Centre
• Untukmu perempuan Indonesia, Gedung Arsip Nasional Jakarta

• Aseana Gallery Singapore
• Red Distrik Project- Koong Galeri Jakarta
• Gong shi Fat tjoy, Galeri biasa Yogyakarta
• project art –by Langgeng Galeri

• Luar Biasa, Galeri Biasa Yogyakarta
• Homage homeside, Pameran besar ISI, Jogja Nasional Museum.

2000 – 2006 : Jogja biennale

2002: Pameran di museum H. Widayat

• Expresi seni, Darga Gallery, Bali
• Finalis winsor newton competition, Galeri hidayat, Bandung

1998: Bazart, Museum benteng Vredebrug

• BIASA BERCERITA, antologi cerpen. Penerbit Esensi ERLANGGA Jakarta
• CERITA ISABEL, novel remaja, penerbit galeri biasa (indie)
• Menulis beberapa skenario kisah2 miste

Paul Hendro


Education at IKIP Fine Art Jogyakarta

2006 : The Best 5 (five) Winner Jakarta Art Award
2005 : The Best 5 (five) Winner “Golden Palette” Jakarta
2003 : The Best 5 (five) Winner Indonesian Asean Art Award
Finalis Indofood Art Award

Selected Group exhibitions:
10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2013 :
Pameran Jakarta properties di Galeri Nasional
2012 :
Pameran sang juara di Galeri Nasional oleh YSRI
2010 :
Pameran seleksi Noah di Nort Art Space Ancol Jakarta
Pameran bersama di Philo Art Space Jakarta
2009 :
Pameran bersama para pemenang JAA “The Running Stars” di Nort art Space Jakarta

Herianto Maidil


Herianto Maidil

Padang 11 May 1979.
Indonesian Institute Of Art, Yogyakarta

Selected Group exhibitions:
10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

BAKABA#4 (Komunitas Seni Sakato) jogja gallery, Jogjakarta

“BAKABA#3 (Komunitas Seni Sakato) (Komunitas Seni Sakato) jogja gallery, Jogjakarta

Karya Untuk Kawan, Gallery Nasional Jakarta
Refleksi Hari Buruh Migran Internasional, Gallery Cipta II TIM Jakarta
3D Mural painting,”Locafore”Kota Baru Parahyangan, Bandung

pameran bersama “Aestietic Respons” Elcana Gallery Jakarta

Saepul Bahri



Saepul Bahri

Awards & Achivements

2004 : Best Still Life, FSR ISI Jogajakarta, Indonesia
1999 : Best Oil, FSR ISI Jogjakarta, Indonesia
1999 : Best Figurative, FSR ISI Jogjakarta, Indonesia
1998 : Best Sketch, FSR ISI Jogjakarta, Indonesia
1998 : Best Water colour, FSR ISI Jogjakarta, Indonesia

Selected solo Exhibitions
2009 : Journey , Philo Art Space Jakarta, Indonesia
2008 : Travelling Imaginary, Philo Art Space Jakarta, Indonesia

Selected Group exhibitions:
10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2013 :
EGO, KOI Caffe Gallery Kemang Jakarta

2012 :
The Joys of EVERYDAY RITUAL Bali + Lombok, KOI Caffe Gallery Kemang, Jakarta

Indonesia di Mata Perupa Gedung MPR/DPR RI Jakarta

2011 :
Begoendal community in Jakarta Art Bienale

Edward Bonaparte

Edward Bonaparte

Born in 1987
Currently taking Master Degree in Fine Arts, Faculty of Fine Art and Design, Bandung institute of Technology

10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

ARTOLOGIA, Galeri Hidayat, Bandung

BANDUNG CONTEMPORARY : DISPOSITION, Selasar Sunaryo art space, Bandung
PROJECT 5005 : PREFACE, Galeri Kamones, Bandung
META-AMUK, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta
BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2013, The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta Pacific Place

RITE OF NOW, AJBS Galeri, Surabaya
SOEMARDJA AWARD 2011, Galeri Soemardja, Bandung
KONVENIENT STORE, Galerie Esp’Art- CCF, Bandung

Sonny Eska


I try to unveil this theme in my arts

It seems that we all need agreement

Deals that we obtain through many ways

Some would cover them in socks, some in pants, some in condoms, some in love, or some in disagreement.

And that’s all there is to it

Agree? Who cares.


Jakarta, 17 June 2015

Sonny Eska

Jerry Thung



Technology is like two sides of a coin; at one side it makes life easier, at the other it enslaves those who are too dependent on it. The generation growing up on the 80’s is the witness to the extremely rapid development of digital technology in the past 30 years. The wildest dreams and most outrageous imaginations of writers, artists, film makers, and artistic designers are all came to live.  

Communication technology has shortened the distance, time and space. The internet universe came to Indonesia in the mid 90’s with the use of external modem the size of a book with only several kbps which now has evolved into a modem with several Mbps that is so small it is embedded in mobile phone – itself has experienced evolution from a home phone that gets smaller, thinner and then got bigger again as the human needs evolved from a mere talking device to compact communication device where we read, communicate in audio-visual as well as verbal modes. The world is indeed in our hands.

But who is in whose hands, actually? Is the technology in our hands, or are we in the grip of technology? The fact is, from the moment we wake up to the moment we close our eyes, the mobile phone that has turned into a full-fledged sophisticated gadget is the one thing that we touch first and last. For some people, their gadgets never sleep and stand alert for 24 hours. Indeed, gadget or device has becomes a necessity, a life line. 

Is it true that gadget has grown, made easier and made social communication better? Isn’t it also true that on the other hand, gadget has made a social isolation for its user? Those who are gadget-addicts, with all their social media activities, are so engulfed in their own world in their hands that they are alienating themselves from the real world surrounding them. 

After IQ is evolved into SQ and EQ, would we need the development of GQ – the intelligence to utilize gadget? Who knows…

Based on these conditions my creations for year 2015 emerge – those that are presented in Philo Art Space.


June 2015

Jerry T.


Tommy F Awuy





Wine, a drink with low alcohol level, made out of grapes, begins their story in the mythology – ancient Greek mythology, to be precise. The story can be considered as a special myth as we have regarded wine’s relation to life itself.  It was the god Dionysius that is known as the god of wine. This god has the specific traits of recklessness, issues with orders and the authorities, and the likes. To be exact, Dionysius was a god with an interest in making pranks of the other gods and goddesses and who was wild and who was considered as a nuisance by some of the other high beings. But in essence, Dionysius was a god full of passion and love; an anti-establishment god.

Wine, especially the red wine, is no longer considered by some people as the drink that warms, but as a ‘warm drink’, a social marker for those circulating in a certain circle. Whatever. As if in wine we found me and you in a chat, making jokes, pouring our hearts out, and so on.

Red wine has a special place in the ten years journey of Philo Art Space. In the beginning there was no particular reason or meaning why the drink was offered in every exhibition. Later, it became a permanent necessity, something that must be presented, something that for those who attend the exhibition, an inseparable part of Philo Art Space. The red wine has become the marker of Philo Art Space.

Red wine seems to have become a part of Philo Art Space breath in the last ten years. Hence it becomes a muse in reflecting my personal life into art creations (paintings). Often when planning an exhibition, I can almost already see the happiness, merriment, and also the anxieties in the faces of our patrons, most of whom have already become a part of our family.

Red wine may be just a small part of a story that happens to touch us and may at some time be irrelevant, but we cannot deny that at their time, they have given us warmth that we hardly can find anywhere else. That warmth that is the drop of water that finds its way to the depth of our heart – the warmth that is love (philo).


Tommy F Awuy

Patrick C. Wowor



Soni Irawan



Tjokorda B. Wiratmaja (Coky)



Tri “Pandrong” Pamuji Wikanto







Sugihartono vividly describes how the time machine painstakingly reaches its objective in every single person of urban people. The building, road, skateboard, stilt, and everything else are just representations that can be read as sign, while it is clear that behind it, it is the time machine that enables people to be there – moving without its individual subject.

It is revealed to us clearly each day that life at its face value can be seen on the street, at work, in malls, cafés, which present people merely as moving figures. Sugihartono unmasks the exteriority and the interiority of the time machine; the urban life and the time machine itself, where people are going to and fro without regards to each others, which in itself is a repetitive problem that gives raise to the classic question: what is the meaning of life?

Time machine concludes the meaning where human is now free of its being (ontologically). Therefore the issue of human dualism of body and soul melts into the time narration that demands such work maximization! Without doubt, all Sugihartono work offer us with implication that we are now inside the mechanistic repetition of time; carried away in the time movement that spies on the direction we are heading every time we take a step. Nothing is left?

Time is the only witness that could testify that we or our live was there and it amuses us to search for the source of that life. Generally, we already understand this concept of time that we call ‘nostalgia’. It is most probable that to Sugihartono we are still in possession of such memories of the past and it raises the question of whether time machine can totally obliterate the individual person significance.

In this regards Sugihartono tickles us on the ‘modification’ modus that signify whether nostalgia is a hidden energy that would reveal itself and present us with human creativity in overtaking the mechanistic time machine? That work is purely for the sake of work without giving any new meaning to it? That human work for a reason but then abandons the reson itself because of time constraint in their work. Ironic!

Time Machine
Urban in Between

Gresik, October 21, 1967
IKIP Fine Art Surabaya 1988

Selected Group Exhibitions:

“Time Machine”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Meta-Amok”, Seni Rupa Nusantara, Indonesia Nasional
Gallery, Jakarta Indonesia
“Festifal Tangerang”, Universitas Multimedia Nusantara

“Idiotisme”, Rumah Seni Gudeg Citra Raya, Tangerang
“Show Time”, Jonant Galeri Tangerang

“Haul Pak Harto”, Crown Plaza-Jakarta

JAM “The Second God” Indonesian National Gallery, Jakarta
“Urban in Between”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta , Indonesia
“Breakin the Wall”, Grand Theater TIM,Jakarta

“Urban Behaviour”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Menjadi Indonesia”, Studio Kayan, Gedung Arsip Nasional
Jakarta, Indonesia

“Jakarta Awakening Arts”, Hotel Sultan Jakarta, Indonesia
“Fantasy Object”, Millenium Gallery, Jakarta Indonesia
“Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Gallery, yogyakarta,Indonesia
“JAA”, Galeri Pasar Seni Ancol, Jakarta Indonesia
“The Silence of City”, Denindo Art House, Jakarta
“Indonesia Today”, Linda Gallery Siangapre

“Demi Ma(sa)”, Seni Rupa Nusantara, Indonesian National
Gallery, Jakarta Indonesia
“Keseimbangan, Serabut”, Rumah Seni Gudeg Citra
Raya, Tangerang, Indonesia
“Matra Realisme”, Gallery Surabaya, Surabaya East Java

“Dari Cela Pabrik”, Rumah Seni Gudeg Citra Raya,
Tangerang, Indonesia

“Dari Negri Pabrik”, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta, Indonesia
“For Aceh”, Indonesian National Gallery. Jakarta, Indonesia
“3+3=?”, Rumah Budaya Titi Hijau, Gading Serpong,Tangerang

“Exhibition In Memory”, DIS, Serpong Tangerang

“Bebas Bicara”, Dewan Kasenian Surabaya, Surabaya East
“Warna-Warna”, Westin Hotel, Surabaya, East Java

Sardono W Kusumo

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions

Sardono W Kusumo
Born in Surakarta, 6 Maret 1945.

Solo Exhibitions
“Choreography of Colours #3, Galeri Semarang
“Coloring Colours”, Galeri Nadi – Jakarta

Selected Arts Activities
Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary, Jakarta

Opera Diponegoro : Java War
Tempat : Teater Jakarta – Taman Ismail Marzuki

Tempat : New York, USA
Pentas dalam rangka Muslim Voices : Arts and Ideas yang diselenggarakan oleh Asia Society – New York.

Volcanoes and Rocks
Tempat : RedCat – California Institute of the Arts (CalArts)
Kolaborasi dengan David Rosenboom, I Nyoman Wenten, dan beberapa seniman musik kontemporer dari CalArts.

Opera Diponegoro
Tempat : Keraton Yogyakarta
Peringatan 100 Tahun Kebangkitan Nasional bekerjasama dengan Kesultanan Yogyakarta.

Sunken Sea
Tempat : Selasar Sunaryo Art Space (Bandung)
Berkolaborasi dengan karya instalasi Sunaryo “The Mountain of Wind”

Hutan Plastik
Tempat : Graha Bhakti Budaya – Taman Ismail Marzuki
Berkolaborasi dengan pianis Ananda Sukarlan

S u j a r w o

Sujarwo are presenting the optimism of today and the tomorrow. Our daily life is indeed a labyrinth, we trod without the assurance of finding a way out. It is in our urban disposition to strive to move forward, even upward reaching the sky, with the ambition of building our castle in heaven just as it was in the story of the ancient Babel tower.

Urban Signs


S u j a r w o

Born in Kendal, March 28, 1964. Education at Tinggi Kesenian
Wilwatikta (STKW) Surabaya. From 1988 – 1991 was works as
illustrator for Ensiklopedi Nasional Indonesia, first edition, published
by PT. Cipta Adi Pustaka, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2012 Indonesia Tanpa Diskriminasi Jakarta, Indonesia
2012”, Jakarta, Indonesia
2012 Finalis Jakarta Art Award(International Painting Competition2012),
Jakarta, Indonesia
2010 Finalis Jakarta Art Award(International Painting Competition2010),
Jakarta, Indonesia
2008 Finalis Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia

Solo exhibition(s):
2008 “Shopping Mall & Fashion”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
2009 “Shopassion”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

Selected Group exhibition(s):
Urban Signs, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

“Indonesia Tanpa Diskriminasi” Jakarta, Indonesia
“Ideal World” Jakarta International Art award 2012 NAS, Jakarta Indonesia

“My Space”,PhiloArt Space,Jakarta, Indonesia
“Nusantara Diatas Kanvas” Sampoerna Strategy”, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Drawing Art Surabaya Dimataku” Galeri House of Sampoerna, Surabaya, Indonesia
“Cultural Bridge” Wendt Gallery, New York, Amerika Serikat

“Reflextion off Megacities”Jakarta International Art award 2010, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Noah’s Art”, North Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Pour les Enfants de la Rue >> (PER) Jakarta, Indonesia

“Jakarta Art award 2008, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Global Warming”, Jakarta, Indonesia
“S(Y)URE”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Sutrisno Jambul

Sutrisno Jambul

Sutrisno Jambul was born in Jakarta, 14 October 1978. He studied basic journalistic in 2002 followed with journalistic class education in 2004 at Antara Journalistic Photo Gallery. In 2006, he pursued morning class education at Anton Ismael. He worked at Jakarta Magazine as Contributor in 2006. From 2008 – 2009 he worked as Photographer at Merdeka Daily. He is now a Photographer at Corruption Eradication Media and as an active Contributor to Demotix/CorbisNews. Some of Sutrino’s journalistic pictures had been at Guardian, Press Association Images, Bauer media group Australia.

2001 Runner up of Photo Model Rally Fuji Film
2002 First winner of Photo Model Rally at Foto Media Magazine
2004 Runner up of creative photo at Foto Media Magazine

Selected Photography Group Exhibitions:
2014 : Watching, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2012 : Pamphlet Photography Exhibition at Antara Journalistic Photo Gallery, Jakarta
2011 : “Geliat Jakarta”, FX Plaza, Jakarta
2009 : “Urbantopia”, North Art space, Jakarta
2001 – 2006 :
Photography Exhibition at Antara Journalistic Photo Gallery and at Anton Ismael, Jakarta

samy zimah


Samy Zimah

Solo Photography Exhibitions:
2012 “Illusion”, Tri Tunggal Gallery, Jogyakarta, Indonesia
2011 “Recycle”, Jogya Gallery, Jogyakarta, Indonesia

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2014 “Watching”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
2013 “Homage to Asia – Liebeser Klarung an Asien”, Dresden, Germany
2012 “Anniversary”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Katanya Indonesia”, Galeri Gudang Panglima Polim, Jakarta, Indonesia
2011 Printing ASEAN logo at the porous media

Ryan Ady Putra

was born in Jakarta, May 30, 1990. Education at Visual Communication Design Program, Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Solo Show :
2014: Permanent Vacation at Deus Ex Machina, Bali, Indonesia

Selected group exhibition(s):

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Frankenstein Freak Show, Creatory Singapore, Singapore
Ready To Die, One Grand Gallery, Portland
Yang Maha Benda, Grafis Minggiran, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Chilled Air, Think Tank Gallery, Los Angeles
Dailies 4, Gallery 0ne Three, Melburne
Iconoclash, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang, Indonesia
Fly On The Wall at Adelio space, New South Wales, Australia
Double Punch at Conduits Arts, Melboure
Long Bro at Blenders Studio, Melbourne
China Town Vinyl Squad, *8 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore
Neo Folk, Ikkan Gallery, Singapore

Young and Anti Social at Cult Kopi Kulture, Yogyakarta.
Horror Show, Urbanscape Festival x KULT Magazine, Selangor, Malaysia
ARTJOG13 / IVAA booth, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta
KRACK Premiere exhibition, Krack Gallery, Yogyakarta
DGTMB “Postcard Revolution”, Dia.Lo.Gue, Jakarta

New Beginning, Treant Skateshop, Semarang Indonesia
Mubal Generation, Lir Space, Yogyakarta
Let’s Go Magic Weirdos , Paper Montain gallery, Australia
Playground, Kemang 89, Jakarta
Just Because I Love You, Via Via cafe, Yogyakarta
Act a Charity Art Exhibitionby Kopi keliling, 1-15 Coffee, Jakarta
iHart, Grey door gallery, Perth, Australia
Live mural “Djarum Black mild urban culture”, Ambarukmo Plaza, Yogyakarta
Live mural at HIP HOP 4 Nation, Jogja national Museum Gnartly ( online exhibition with longboard girl crew  Indonesia)
In Future We Blur, Jogja national museum, Yogyakarta
Can’t Grow up, Co-Prosperity Sphere gallery, Chicago, America

Diskomfest 4 Culture Expansion,Jogja Nasional Museum,Yogyakarta
Intuisi, Jogja Nasional Museum, Yogyakarta
In Crakk We Trash, Cosmic Store, Yogyakarta
Drawing Revolution ,FFR / DGTMB shop Project, Yogyakarta
From Street Belong To Us, Rumah Art Café, Magelang
Drawing Lovers 3, Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta
Jogja Youth Fest, Jogja Expo Center, Yogyakarta
Glued sticker party, Gardu house, Jakarta

Other Activities :
2013: Artis collaboration with Ace House Collective for Jakarta Biennalle, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta. Contributor for KULT Magazine issue – 12 “Mindblown” SingaporeComission artist for Volcom artist seriesCollaboration artist for Misfit Shape Australia. 2012: Founder of Original-signature.com webzineKontributor for “Can’t Grow Up” skateboard zine, ChicagoIlustrator for Good Better Fresh Podcast #12 cover ,New yorkKontributor (cover) for RAR magzKontributor (cover) for SHARE zine. 2011: Kontributor photograph for Ace House collective, Biennale XI ,YogyakartaKontributor for “ Sewon Calling” zine , YogyakartaFounder of  “ Crakk Book” skate art rock with Ican harem and Okta Samid, Yogyakarta



Rinaldi yang merepresentasikan ruang bawah sadar yang cukup dramatis. Mimpi bisa dibaca sebagai puisi ataupun prosa kehidupan ketika kesadaran tak sanggup menampung keinginan atau harapan kita. Bahkan mimpi mungkin merupakan cerita traumatis yang demikian jujur bahwa kita masih menyisakan waktu untuk berbuat sesuatu.

My Space


1976 Born in Pangkalan West Sumatra. Indonesia. Indonesia
Institute of Art. (ISI) Yogyakarta

2010 : International Painting Competition Jakarta Art Award,
North Art Space Jakarta. Bienalle Indonesia Art Award Contemporaneity
Galeri Nasional Jakarta.
2005 : The Beppu Asia Binnale of Contemporary Art Japan.
2000 : Philip Morris Indonesia Art Award 2000, Gallery National Jakarta

Solo Exhibition
2008 : Kutak Kutik Kelapa. Gallery semarang. Semarang

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2011 : My Space, Philo Art Space, Jakarta. City of west
Green Artspace Jakarta.

2010 : Citra Ekspresi Jogja II Hotel
Sultan, Jakarta. International Painting Competition Jakarta
Art Award 2010, North Art Space Jakarta. Bienalle Indonesia
Art Award 2010 Contemporaneity Galeri Nasional
Jakarta. BAKABA Komunitas Seni Sakato, Jogja National
Museum, Yogyakarta.

2009 : Pameran Besar Seni Visual
“Exposigns” Jogja Expo Center (JEC), Yogyakarta.

2008 :
Tekstur Didalam Lukisan, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta.

Purwanto SPA

Purwanto SPA has the perspective on city exteriority which he sees only as the representation of the past in its semiotic nostalgia. Lest we forget that a city has its own time of abundance but that it has been uprooted from its mythical time to be replaced by time machine.

There’s sarcasm in Purwanto SPA’s point of view, in which that at its core, urban people are still pretty much mentally ‘backward’! People who initially so ready to overcome time but in the end are rendered helpless by their own apparatus failure to be ready. But city to Purwanto SPA is an aesthetic exterior due to the contrast of those very ‘slickness’ and ‘backwardness’. Moreover, city is seen as a significance of the merge of traditional icon and global capitalism icon just like wayang personage on dollar stage.

Urban people establish the kingdom of pleasure on behalf of sport, leveling down woods to make room for hitting on small balls while socializing, and yet still have the need for those science-fiction (or mythical?) amusement from crop circle to represent the unexpected stage of previous life?

Purwanto SPA’s critic stabs right at the heart of the issue of the heart of the city and the heart of the urban people are in their own ambiguity within the threshold of city-village, anxiously wishing whether in such ambiguity there is still hope of overcoming the mechanistic time machine that will enable us to party with individual creativity?

Time Machine

Purwanto SPA

PURWANTO SPA (Seno purwanto Aji)
Jombang-16 October 1974

Achievement Award:
2011 Nomination of “Nusantara exhibition, National Gallery of Indonesia.
2004 Graduate as the highest score from Jakarta Institute of Art
2003 Student with highest rank by Jakarta Institut of Arts

Solo Exhibition
Year 2003 “Hegemony, Village and The Forgotten” Painting Exhibition
at Imperial Country Hotel Arya Duta Lipo Karawaci Tangerang Indonesia

Selected Group Exhibition :
2013 :
Time Machine, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

“Show Time” Jonant Gallery Tangerang Banten Indonesia.
“Idiotisme” Gudeg Gallery Tangerang Banten Indonesia.
“LPSB dan GalNas-Menyoal Tubuh” Gedung Cagar Budaya
Serang Banten Indonesia.
“Indie Art” Universitas Multimedia Nusantara Gading
Serpong Tangerang Banten Indonesia.
“Ke-Banten-an” Festifal Banten Indonesia.

“A[R]TSEM” Hotel Dafam Semarang, Indonesia.
“Bagl Spring Time” Berlin Germany.
”Nusantara 2011” National Gallery of Indonesia.
“Jambore Nasional Pasar Seni Jaya Ancol 2011” Jakarta

2010 Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia,
Jakarta. “Baby Talks” Philo Artspace Jakarta. “ Wouw!!!”
Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta. ”Feel The Vibe” Arslonga
Gallery Yogyakarta. “Indonesian with Love” Crown
Hotel Jakarta
2009 “Menyoal Patriarki” Painting Exhibition Philo Art Space
Jakarta Indonesia. “Fantasy Object” painting Exhibition
at Galery Millenium Jakarta. “#1 @empatpuluhtahun.
ikj” at Galeri Cipta II Jakarta. “The King” Borobudur International
Art Festival Magelang Central Java. “o,o Art
Project” Galeri Cipta II TIM Jakarta. “ Festival Hijau 6” BSD
City Tangerang Banten. Melukis Bersama”Anti Kosrupsi”
Departemen Pertanian Indonesia. 2009 “Transmisi” Museum
Kartini Jepara central Java
2008 “S[y]ure” Painting Exhibition Philo Art Space Jakarta
Indonesia. “100 Tahun Kebangkitan Nasional” Crown Hotel
Jakarta Indonesia

2007 “The World Of Soul” Art Exhibition at Biasa Gallery Yogyakarta
Indonesia. “Hold The Position” Painting Exhibition
Milenium Gallery Jakarta Indonesia

2006 “CaliGraphy” Painting Exhibition at Restaurant Gallery Gudeg
Citra Raya Tangerang Banten Indonesia.

2005 “Together with Tangerang Art Consult” at Tangerang Indonesia.
“Together With Jakarta Institutes of Art” at Cipta II GalleryTaman
Ismail Marzuki Jakarta Indonesia

2004 “Dunia Seni Rupa Sebagai Proses Pembelajaran” Indonesian
Fine Art Students Painting Exhibition at Indonesia National
Gallery Jakarta. “The End Year study” Exhibition at Cipta III
Taman Ismail Marzuki Gallery Jakarta Indonesia. “13+” Galeri
Cipta II Taman Ismail Marzuki.

Exhibition of Indonesian Artist Wood Block Prints, at Gallery
Irenz Hintere Srasse 2070734 Fellbach Germany

“Seno and Deddy Paw “ Painting Exhibition at Ibis Hotel Kemayoran
Jakarta Indonesia
2000 “The very lately new movement” with Jakarta Institut of
Arts Jakarta Indonesia

1995to2002 Art Fest regularly painting exhibition at Sekolah
Pelita Harapan Lipo Karawaci Tangerang Banten Indonesia

1991 “Together” Sanggar Gebyar Painting Exhibition – Jombang
East Java Indonesia

Priyaris Munandar

The paintings of Priyaris Munandar show groups of human beings with erect objects in certain measurement. These groups do not form a random configuration, but they are in a formation that looks as if they are faced with a serious condition and that they are acutely aware of their own position. It is a realistic representation which reminds us that we are at all times in an alert-ready situation and that we may be at any times under threat. But the groups do not constantly explicitly separated, but mingle when it is obvious it is not possible to avoid it. Urban space is basically a competitive relational spirit!

Urban Signs

Priyaris Munandar

was born in Yogyakarta, February 27, 1980. He received his art
education at the Indonesian Art Instute Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2010 Finalist Indonesia Art Award (IAA)
1999 The Best Sketch, Indonesia Art Institute Yogyakarta
50 Best Finalist in Championship Painting of Megawati’s Face,
Taman Budaya Solo, Solo

Solo exhibition(s):
2006 Exhibition“Hitam Putih” at Agas Hotel, Solo
2007 Exhibition “Face to Face” at Kartika Plaza, Bali

Selected group exhibition(s) last five years :
Urban Signs, Philo Art Space, Jakarta
Art Stage. Singapore
“ Permainan ”. Dr. Rudi Corens Studio. Yogyakarta

“Ruang yang Sama” Museum Haji Widayat, Magelang
“Kembar Mayang” Dalam rangka Ulang Tahun Dr. Oei Hong
Djien dan launching Museum OHD. Museum Haji Widayat, Magelang
“50 Golden Year in The Grace Of God” Bersukur kita Tunggal Ika, Galery HadiPrana Jakarta
“Borobudur Sociocultural” Rumah Seni Rupa Tuksongo dan Limanjawi Art House. Magelang
“Apeman Malioboro” di Gedung Pariwisata Yogyakarta
“Agitasi Garuda” Jogja Galery. Yogyakarta
“Isyarat Langit” Go art Space. Surabaya
“ The Body Painting Art War “ Ruang Patriot Pilar 9. Yoyakarta

BLING-BLING Public Art Project Pacific Place Jakarta
Bazar Art Jakarta The Ritz Carlton Jakarta
“Sekarat” Pameran 3 dimensi, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“Tubuh-Tubuh Margin” Phillo Art Space, Kemang Jakarta
“Transposisi” Bienalle Jatim, GO Art Space, Surabaya

“Abstrak Indonesia” at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta,
“Art Liberation Front” at Biasa Gallery, Yogyakarta
“Energy 3” at Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Jakarta
“Expresif” at Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
“Hip! Hip! Hero!” at Galeri Apik, Jakarta
“Contemporaneity” Biennale Indonesian Art Award 2010 at Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta
“GREEN CARNIVAL” Public Art Project at Pacifik Place Jakarta
Bazar Art Jakarta at the Ritz Carlton Jakarta
Visit Us in the Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair in Seoul-Korea
“TANAH JAWA” at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
“JOGJA BANGKIT” at Jogja Nasional Musium Yogjakarta

“INSTALASI AIR SENI” at Rawa Kalibayem, Yogyakarta
“Menjadi Indonesia” at Gedung Arsip National (National Archive Building), Jakarta
“Kebersamaan” at Biasa Gallery, Yogyakarta
“POST BOOM” with Kelompok Blok 9 at Syang Art Space, Magelang
Group with Persatuan Paguyuban at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta
“Seniku Tak Berhenti Lama” at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta
“Javanese Face” at C Star Prawirotaman, Yogyakarta

Okta Samid

“OKTA SAMID” // sketceria //
Born in Malang. October 28, 1990. Education at Art faculty, Grapic Design Program at indonesian institute of the art yogyakarta ( ISI jogja)

2nd place at “HONDA REVO” your style”, grafitty competition, Madiun (2007)
MURI mural 1001 tong smpah, TKMDII, Benteng VandeburgYogyakarta (2009)
Finalis of national mural competition (IGN), Kendal (2011)

Selected group exhibition:

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

bukan musik bukan senirupa” colabs with CPA, ISI jogja
Pameran poster film “made in indonesia”, SAE institut-Jakarta
The Wild Hunt art exhibition, tree house kemang, Jakarta
Pameran Nusantara, “META-AMUK”,Galleri Nasional, Jakarta

Ticket to the moon, kedai blakang, jogja
IN FUTURE WE BLUR, Jogja national museum
Gernaty longboard online exhibition, bali
new beginning art show, semarang

Diskomfest #4 at jogja national museum
Otak Antik exhibition, Batu gallery, Malang
IN CRAK WE TRAHS (skate day), cotton crew, jogja
participant BALI YANG BINAL , bali
Slonong boys, clycle in art’’,art café seminyak, bali
Drawing revolution, DGTMB shop, Jogja
Drawing lovers #3, sangkring gallery, Jogja
instan agogo” djendelo café, jogja
sanggar coret, jogja
INTUISI, Jogja National Museum

Drawing lovers, UPT gallery, Yogyakarta
Pekan seni rupa’FIB, UI, Depok
Pameran Hari AIDS, jakarta
Paint on wall, project mural, puwokerto

Pameran T-shirt empat kota, Surabaya
“KMSI”, Malang

RING OF FIRE ‘DISKOMFEST #3 at jogja national museum

Nyoman Sujana Kenyem

The Ultimate High

Nyoman Sujana Kenyem – one of Bali emerging painters that holds a resilience of his own in dealing with the change of time. He does not inertly reside in the traditional space, but neither dose he merge himself totally into the ‘spirit of his era’. For Kenyem, creativity is not a rigid option for a complete and ultimate identity of a creation! He is flowing in the track that he tries to create which is evident in the uniqueness of his paintings.

This solo exhibition coincides with the 8th anniversary of Philo Art Space on 9th September 2013. It is such a delightful unison. To hold an exhibition is a convergent of ideas, vision, and imagination. Philo Art Space, that focuses on urban culture issues, is warmly welcomed by Kenyem, though he at first seemed to be a bit timid as he considered himself not a person that is not totally drenched in such culture.

Practically, Kenyem indeed does not touch the issues daily, but he is not that far away. As a figure that lives and was raised in Ubud – Bali, Kenyem is experiencing a unique cultural ambiance. Ubud represents a condition that is ‘everything there is’: traditional, modern, super-modern, quiet, calm, glittering, brown, yellow, white, black, et cetera. Ubud is a cultural condition that is beyond definition.

In his exhibited paintings, Kenyem expresses the threshold phenomenon between the urban world icons such as building jutting at the skies and big, tall trees as icon of the ‘noble savage’ (the awe-inspiring wild cosmos), between city and village, between progression and calmness, and the likes.

The uniqueness of Kenyem icons are themselves like active figures: small flower, sun, moon, hill, mountain, street from which we can sense the presence of nature. Specifically, these icons take us to the realm of ‘subconscious’ as they are confronted with the construction of modern consciousness that is presented as order of high-rise building to illustrate the urban people superego.

In his paintings, Kenyem expresses his admiration for the urban phenomenon while also inserting subtle criticism. Kenyem aesthetic can be seen from the obsession of urban people with ‘height’ which actually is a part of life realm mystery: the moon, sun, mountain, et cetera. Such obsession is obviously the depiction of urban people ambition to flaunt ‘height’ as daily issues that may be considered as ‘the power’ to control life as a whole.
Height as obsession or superego of urban people? How can we explain this? Urban people are perhaps no longer care about origins as they can easily break a problem link as they are threatened by the complexity of such problem that appears in front of them. From tender age they are faced with a variety of properties to own, and it was not easy to own them without having to pass certain struggle.

However, height is a concept that refers to the competition to achieve ‘the ultimate high’. Modernity is triggering such competition though a narration of human history which eventually will end at the perfection point where they find ‘the absolute self’. ‘Absolute self’ may only materialize in a relation amongst other selves that form a society, whether based on location or not. City becomes a representation of social relation where their citizens come from various places and with their own hopes. And it is the place where all those hopes converge into an obsession to reach the highest place driven by superego, that we then call ‘city’ of the urban people.

Some of Kenyem’s paintings display the un-avoided urbanization: how the awe of a city with its high-rises represents a part of our own psychology that beckons us. But perhaps, it is a part of our potential self that accuses us of being an underdeveloped person unless we pursue our dream in the city.

City is made of a variety of existences that do not touch each other, as with the movement of particle without door (monad), but on the other hand, the city is presenting strong communities which to Kenyem, these communities are the place to hang hopes from the remains of the spirit of solidarity to reach the highest. Thus the spirit of solidarity that is generally considered irrelevant in urban setting as it is seen as a typical rural spirit is presented here boldly, and indeed it is worth to be noticed.

Kenyem seems to be optimistic that the glam of a city indeed offers promises that may very well channel our potentials to reach the ultimate high, but we must be also aware that, our own subconscious realm which holds the wild nature that is astonishing as well, is a condition that attaches to us and become a part of our existence, be it urban or rural people. Remember, the concrete jungle of a city is only an extension of a jungle with its trees. The most important thing is to have the self awareness that the spearing superego has the subconscious as its base.
Happy exhibiting, Kenyem!

Tommy F Awuy


Curriculum Vitae

Born 9 September 1972 in Sayan, Ubud, Gianyar Bali
Studied at STSI Denpasar (1998)

The Best Artwork Tugas Akhir STSI Denpasar
The Best Painting Kamasra Prize, STSI Denpasar

Solo Exhibitions

Highest, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
G13 Gallery, Kelana Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

The Bicycle Diaries, Komaneka Art Gallery, Ubud, Bali

Embracing Nature’s Poem, Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

The Bridges of Nature, D’Peak Art Space, Singapore

Symphony of Life, Kemang Village, Jakarta

Fulmoon in Bali, Sawah Art Gallery, Singapore

Heading for the Heart’s Way, Gaya Fusion of Senses, Ubud, Bali
The Art of Nyoman Sujana ‘Kenyem’, Montiq Art Gallery, Jakarta

Dance of Life, Conrad Bali Resort & Spa, Nusa Dua, Bali
The Abstraction of Leaves, Jenggala Gallery, Jimbaran Bali

Leafscape, Danes Art Veranda, Denpasar, Bali
Moving with in the Shadow, Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay

Galeri Nakita Stockholm, Swedia

Group Exhibitions
The Arts Island Festival, BatuBelah ArtSpace, Klungkung, Bali
Sprites Art Project, Kintamani, Bali
The Straight Contour, Kupu-kupu Artspace, Jimbaran Corner, Bali

MahaArt Gallery, Denpasar
Gallery 7Adam, Singapore
Bersyukur Kita Tunggal Ika, Hadiprana Gallery, Jakarta
Sudamala: An Artistic Journey, Sudakara ArtSpace, Sudamala Suies & Villas, Sanur, Bali
Artists Museum Weeks, BatuBelah Art Space, Klungkung
On Going Echoes#3, Myanmar-Indonesia Art Exchange, Cemara 6 Gallery, Jakarta
Dialogue II, Gaya Art Space, Ubud, Bali

JakartaBienalle, Jakarta
Dialogue, G13 Gallery, Kelana Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Bertiga, Ambiente, Jakarta
Abstract Moment, Galeri Elcanna, Jakarta
On Going Echoes#2, Myanmar-Indonesia Art Exchange, Tanah Tho Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Bali Making Choices, Mondecor, Jakarta
Nusantara di Atas Kanvas, Bank Mandiri Denpasar & Jakarta

Solitude of the Earth II, Bentara Budaya Bali
MindScape, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta
Solitude of the Earth, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Beijing International Art Biennale, Beijing, China
Integritas Jiwa Tampak, Bentara Budaya Bali
On Going Echoes#1, Myanmar-Indonesia Art Exchange, New Zero Art Space, Yangon, Myanmar
Return to the Abstraction, Toniraka Art Gallery, Ubud Bali

Apa Ini Apa Itu, Djagad Art House, Lepang, Klungkung, Bali
Ar(t)iculations, Hanna Art Space, Ubud, Bali
Bentara Budaya Bali
Gallery M, Daegu, Korea
Sampoerna Strategic Square, Jakarta
Borderless World, Srisasanti Gallery, Yogyakarta

Silent Celebration, Toniraka Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Ahimsa, Bentara Budaya Jakarta
Bali Art Now, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta
Pada Sebuah Pesta, V-Gallery, Yogyakarta
Entitas Nurani, Art Center, Denpasar, Bali
Green, Sanur Village Festival, Denpasar, Bali

Ar[t]mosphere, Sanur Village Festival, Denpasar, Bali
Global Warming Kunstkamera, GWK, Jimbaran, Bali

Reconsculture, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali
Change Seasons, Komaneka Art Gallery, Ubud, Bali

Pre-Bali Biennale, Raka Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Bali Biennale, Danes Art Veranda, Denpasar, Bali
Art Singapore 2005

Tree of Life, Sembilan Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Dasa Muka, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali

TAI-Black, STSI Denpasar
Canna Gallery, Jakarta

Puri Lukisan Museum, Ubud, Bali

Kuta News, Titik Dua Building, Denpasar, Bali
Jenggala Ceramic, Jimbaran, Bali
Sembilan Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Bali Art Contemporary, Bentara Budaya, Jakarta

Plawa Bali Resto, Sanur
Face from the Mount, Sidik Jari Museum, Denpasar
Reflection II, Darga Gallery, Sanur, Bali
Five Painters, Ina Gallery, Jakarta

Tiga Nam Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Mandala of Life III, Purnabudaya, Yogyakarta
7 Painters Bali, Cipta II Gallery, TIM, Jakarta
Three Painters, Komaneka Gallery, Ubud, Bali

Canbera, Australia
Duo Sujana, Novotel, Tanjung Benoa, Bali
Bali Hyatt, Sanur, Bali
Mandala of Life II, Art Centre, Denpasar, Bali
Abstract Festival, Duta Fine Art, Jakarta
Reflection I, Darga Gallery, Sanur, Bali

Bali Art Festival XIX, Bali Art Centre, Denpasar, Bali

Mandala of Life I, Sika Art Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Three City, Monas, Jakarta

Expo 95, Jakarta
Nyoman Gunarsa Fine Art Museum, Klungkung, Bali
TATA Ubud, Bali
Peksiminas III, Jakarta

Sidik Jari Museum, Denpasar, Bali
Bali Art Festival XVI, Bali Art Centre, Denpasar, Bali

STSI Denpasar
Peksiminas II, STSI Denpasar, Bali

Art Centre, Denpasar, Bali

Nur Milisani

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions

Nur Milisani
Palembang, 12 Desember 1975
Selected Group Exhibitions:
Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary, Jakarta
Pameran Bersama “LANA GALERY” Yogyakarta
Pameran Bersama “TEMBI GALLERY” Yogyakarta
IPameran Lukisan “LANA GALERY”
Pameran Seni Rupa “ART FOR JOGJA” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Rupa “KELOMPOK UBLIK” Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Rupa Sanggar “BIDAR SRIWIJAYA” Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
1991 – 1998
Aktif pameran bersama di Palembang dan Yogyakarta

Lenny Ratnasari Weichert

Lenny’s sculptures show figures of women still having trouble with their own existence. This is a phenomenon that cannot be freed from the history of women, especially on sexual relations. The long history of sexual relations or gender discrimination has provided its shares of women’s depression in ‘women’s fate’ related to their body. It is the body of women that gives life to life, but it is also the body that has been subjected to abuse and subjugation throughout history.

Urban Signs

Lenny Ratnasari Weichert

2005 The Hartnackschule Berlin, private school of languages
1995 – 1996 Juhasz Gyula College, Faculty of Fine Arts, Szeged, Hungary
1993 – 2005 Fine Arts (Sculpture), Indonesian Institute of Arts (ISI)
1990 – 1995 IKIP Teacher

Award and Residencies:
Residencies Art Collaboration Project U(Dys)topia 7 weeks in Dresden
and Berlin Germany
Lived and residencies in Singapore (PR) 2007-now
Lived and residencies in Berlin Germany 2005-2007
Visiting Arts/Delfina International Fellowship Artist for 2002-2003 London
United Kingdom.
Residence for 2001 (3 months) in Netherland
Residence Artist for 1995-1996 in Juhasz Gyula College, Szeged, Hungary.

Solo Exhibition(s):
2003 Open Studio, Sky Light Gallery, Delfina Studio, London, UK (solo)
Artist-in-Residence, Visiting Arts/Delfina International Fellowship
Artist, London, UK

1998 Up to You Kedai Kebun, Jogyakarta, Indonesia (Solo)
1996 Kotodesek Impala Haz Gallery, Szeged, Hungary (solo)

Selected group exhibition(s) last five years :
Urban Signs, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Java Spices International Visual Art Exhibition Jogja National
Museum. Jogjakarta
10 Jakarta Female Artist Museum of Fine Art and Ceramic Jakarta.
Indonesia dimata Perupa Gedung Nusantara V Jakarta, Curated by Weye haryanto
Contemporer Sclupture Locafore Kota Baru Parahyangan-Bandung, Curated by Asikin hasan
Bulan, Bintang dan Matahari (Isyarat Langit) GO Gallery Surabaya,Indonesia, Curated by Soewarno W.
Buruh Melintas batas -Artspirasi- Galeri Cipta II Jakarta
Wall of Fiction Indonesian National Gallery Jakarta Indonesia,Curated by Frigidanto Agung
Negari Yogyakarta Hadiningrat Museum National of Jogjakarta,Curated by Dwi Marianto
Kembar Mayang, Museum Widayat Magelang.

Jakarta Biennale XIV ‘Maximum City’ Curated by Bambang Asrini

Woman in Art Power Purna Budaya UGM. Yogyakarta

Crossing Signs 14 artists form Germany and Indonesia, experiencing the ‘liminal zone’, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
and Indonesian National Gallery, Jakarta. Curated by Leonor Veiga (Portugal) and Sudjud Dartanto (Indonesian)
Speak off Jogja National Museum

Power Wagon JNM Jogjakarta Indonesia
U(Dys)topia Art Collaboration – 7 Indonesian and 7 German
Artists in Gallery HfBK Dresden and Freies Museum
Berlin, Germany Curated by Martin J. (German)

Mabuk Sampah Art’s Community PEREK. Biennale Jogyakarta.
Vote Notes LAB.LT. Tembi Contemporary Jogjakarta
Exposign ISI JOGJAKARTA – Jogja Galeri Jogjakarta, JEC Jogjakarta.
September Ceria Jogja Gallery, Jogjakarta
Kunduran Truk Perempuan Experimental. Kersan Art Studio-Jogyakarta. Curated by Rahmaniani
Blueprint for Jogya Tembi Contemporary Jogyakarta
Exhibionist Kersan Art Studio, Jogyakarta Indonesia

Kahfi Eska Yusac

Kahfi Eska Yusac
Born in Denpasar, December 22, 1989.

Mural contest finalists IGN sugar mills, kendal
1st mural kontes new media university , Denpasar, bali.

Selected group exhibition (s):

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Diskom Drawing Foundation “lost in destination: Toko Buku Toga mas Yogyakarta.

Jogja national Museum ?In Future We Blur , Jogja national museum,

Diskomfest 4 Culture Expansion, Jogja Nasional Museum,Yogyakarta
Intuisi, Jogja Nasional Museum, Yogyakarta
Drawing Revolution, FFR / DGTMB shop Project,
Founder Sewon Calling” Music and Art,ISI Yogyakarta,
Colaboration with The Dolltrap “Diskomfest 4”, JNM, Jogja
Mural exhibition bali yang binal, Bali
Pameran cycle in art exhibition “SLONONG BOYS”, art café, bali

Pameran uny, jogja
Diskomplet, Bentara Budaya Jogja

Pameran ddf, lorong kampus isi yk, Jogja
Kmsi, malang
Mural bersama jogja mural nation, malioboro

Joko Sulistiono

The paintings of Joko ‘Gundul’ Sulistiono bring forward festivity that we often see in city murals. People are constantly moving forward, their mind focused on the way ahead, trapped in their own choices and surrounded by the products of modern technology, information, transportation, and many things. But by replacing the modern human with the archaic characters of the Punakawan, we are then perturbed by the question: are we mentally capable of dealing with such sophisticated environment?

Urban Signs

Joko Sulistiono

Born in Grobogan, April 10, 1970. He received his art education
at the Indonesian Art Instute Yogyakarta, Indonesia graduated.

2000 The best 5 Phillip Morris Indonesia Award
Solo exhibition(s):
2005 Pameran di “ Mata “ Galler, Bali
2003 Pameran di KOONG Gallery, Jakarta
1998 Pameran “Sesak” di AIKON, Yogyakarta
Pameran “ Sampah “ di Dria Manunggal Yogyakarta

Selected group exhibition(s) last five years :
Urban Signs, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Pameran di taksu gallery Bali
Pameran di upt ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran kembar mayang museum widayat Magelang
Pameran di JNM Yogyakarta
Pameran abdorror d museum dan tanah liat Yogyakarta
Pameran abdorror Belanda

Pameran jogja news jnm Yogyakarta
Pameran Spirit 90 santrian gallery Bali
Pameran di SYANG Magelang
Pameran bazart Jakarta
Pameran tribut nur kholis TBY Yogyakarta

Pameran bank bank krut bentara budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran “ INVENTORY” pesantren kaliopak Yogyakarta
Pameran “ Matahari” kelompok PP TBY Yogyakarta
Pameran hip !,hip!,HERO di gallery apik Jakarta
Pameran kel. Parkiran *POWER WAGON* jnm Yogyakarta
Pameran mask and face andi gallery Jakarta
Pameran artdelicious 7 bintang Yogyakarta
AAF apik gallery Singapore
Pameran di JAD ,andi gallery Jakarta
Pameran FSS Surabaya
Pameran tanah jawa tby Yogyakarta
Pameran jogja art share di jnm Yogyakarta

Pameran senang senang 7 bintang art space Yogyakarta
Pameran seniku tak berhenti lama, TBY Yogyakarta
Pameran jogja insign sozo Surabaya
Pameran exposign jec Yogyakarta
Pameran Bienalle jogja x Yogyakarta
Pameran pacific place Jakarta

Jange Rae

Jange Rae uses the existence of mutants as a mean to understand human activities that are indifferent to their space and time. What they care about is only performance: how their own self shall exist. As with mutants, issues on essence is irrelevant to be brought forward and it is because of that, the space and time become pliable between the nostalgia and the future. We can make them present in our performance wherever we are.

Jange Rae interprets mutants as a broad process: either as a scientific engineering or as natural genetic. Of course mutants are an issue of genetic process, hence comes the complicated problem of definitively understanding it: that the genetics, with the advances in cutting-edge technology, are capable of turning the human bodies into whatever they desires, including turning them into half-robot, cyborg. Are mutants identical to cyborg? – while in the initial understanding, mutants are result of genetic process that occur naturally in the human evolution.

Mutants, according to the concept of Jange Rae, in their function are aesthetically presented. Genetic diversion would absolutely bring forward visual tension – but perhaps for only a while. It will soon be replaced by an awareness that mutants are a generation whose inner self is aware of the binary relation and they perhaps even exceed it. And therefore they become a generation –X. Furthermore, Jange Rae emphasizes that mutants are no other than urban aesthetics!
X:a duo exhibition


Bandung, January 26, 1974

Solo Exhibitions :
2012 Solo Exhibition at YAYAA warung & Art space,Bali
2009 Solo Exhibition at Soka Gallery, Kemang Jakarta
2006 Solo Exhibition at Utterly Art Gallery, Singapore

Selected Group Exhibitions :

“X”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Picturing Pictures”, Ho Chi Minh City Fine Art Museum, Vietnam
“Gado-Gado”, A Mixture Of Fine Indonesia { ART } Delicacy’, The Gallery At Star Hill, KL Malaysia
“Asia Contemporary Art Show”, JW MARRIOTT HOTEL, Hongkong
“The Idol Of The Things”, House Of Sampoerna Gallery – Surabaya, Indonesia
“Multeity In Unity”, Art Xchange, Ion Art Gallery, Singapore
“Beyond Graffiti”, Ion Art Gallery, Singapore

“Art For A Cure”,because artspace, Naples, Italy
“Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair”, Hongkong
“Spoon Art Fair HK 12”, Hongkong
“Asia Contemporary art Show”, Hongkong
“Affordable Art Fair”, Singapore,
“Art Fair Malaysia”, Malaysia

“Urban In Between”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta Indonesia
“Expo For Mattia”, Naples, Italy
“Private exhibition at Hall” in Tirol, Austria

“Packaging”,Philo Art Space,jakarta
“Menilik Akar”, Indonesia National Gallery, Jakarta
“Subject Expose (s)”, Arslonga Gallery, Jakarta

“Jali-jali Jakarta”, Rumah Jawa, Kemang, Jakarta
“Silence of the City”, Denindo Art House , Jakarta

Karya terbaik Kompetisi Jawa Barat,Galeri Kita Bandung

“Bunga-bunga Bali”, Bali Cliff Hotel, BaliJava

Irman A. Rahman

Irman Rachman put more emphasize on the functionality of the head and body in mutants. The history of civilization has its unique way of looking at human from two different main points: the head and the body. This we can surmise as Platonic legacy with Aristotelian presence: that the head and the body epitomize the metaphor of abstract realm and the realm of pleasure, and yet, both are merged in the entity that is called human.

In mutants, their heads are indeed conspicuous. We can see various example of mutants head that resemble mouse, orang utan, bat, lion with pathetic, agitated, scary, and other temperaments. We can also see bodies in resemblance of lizard, tree, donkey, and many others. Mutants, in short, are acutely imaginative beings with remarkable visual performance.

Irman sees mutants from the immanence image above – that we and mutants are the problems in our own world of life. We and mutants are all over the place, either performing the same or different thing, destructing the environment, chasing and destroying the enemies – we get back to the relation of the head and the body. That both may occasionally or sometimes in agreement or in contest.

X:a duo exhibition


Bandung, July 16, 1970

2006 The Big Five of JABAR Art Competition
2001 The Best Ten of Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards
1999 The Big Five of Winsor & Newton Indonesian Art Awards
1998 The Big Five of Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards

Solo Exhibitions :

2008 “Notabilia” Selasar Sunaryo Art Space (Bale Tonggoh), Bandung
2005 “Index of Sign” CP Artspace, Jakarta

Selected Group Exhibitions :

“X”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

“ART MOTORING” Galeri Nasional, jakarta
“AESTHETIC RESPONS” Elcana Gallery, jakarta

“HALIMUN the mist”, Lawang Wangi Art & Science Estate, Bandung
“EXODUS OF BANDUNG”, The Aryaseni Art Gallery, Singapore
“DEEP IN STORE”, CG Artspace, Jakarta
“PERCAKAPAN MASA” Galeri Nasional, Jakarta
“Korean International Art Fair (KIAF), Korea
“UNNATURAL SELECTION” Kendra Gallery, Bali

“REBORN” H2 Art Gallery, semarang
“GRIP” Art District, Beijing, China
Bandung Initiative, Rumah Rupa, Jakarta
“COMMON SENSE”, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta

“MANIFESTO”, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta
“RENDEZVOUS”: Sehari Bersama 13+ Seniman Bandung,CG artspace, Jakarta


“21st Asian International Art Exhibition, Singapore Museum Of Art, Singapore

“20th Asian International art Exhibition, Ayala Museum, Manila, Philipina

“Dialogue” C+ Gallery, Bandung

“Interpellation” CP Open Biennale, National Gallery, Jakarta

“10th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh”, Dhaka, Bangladesh
“Eksplorasi Medium, Eksplorasi Gagasan”, Bantara Budaya, Jakarta
“17th Asian International Art Exhibition”, Daejeon Municipal Museum Of Art, Daejeon, Korea

“RE FLECTION”, Edwin Gallary, Jakarta
“The Unstable logic” Soemardja Gallery, FSRD ITB, Bandung; Edwin Gallery, Jakarta
“Biennale Bandung Art Event”, Nu Art Sculpture Park, Bandung
“8th Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards”, National Gallery, Jakarta

“Winsor & Newton Indonesian Art Competition” Hidayat Gallery, Bandung
“Winsor & Newton International Art Competition”, Mall Gallery, London; World Trade Centre,Stockholm; United Nation, New York

“5th Philip Morris Indonesian Art Awards”, National Gallery, Jakarta
“5th Philip Morris ASEAN Art Awards”, Opera House, Hanoi, Vietnam
“Kepada x”, Cipta Gallery, Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta


The intentionality of Ibrahim is very challenging, infiltrating and becoming an internalization of being with nature. There is almost no visible line between the me-nature. Subjects are no more than lanscape where consciousness are manifested in the borderlines of the still and escotheric space-time. We are brought to the situation of relation between interiority and exteriority that shed their selfness and material gown.

Ibrahim’s paintings starkly represent the world of impression. Human in its selfness is melting and objects are no longer within touch like wall that creates the distance between me-object into a spiritually collective conscious mind. This does not signal the end of the journey but instead the more it shifts as is shown by the fibrant display of lines and colors.


Was born in Bukittinggi 27 oktober 1975
Education at Indonesian Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2001 Finalist Phillip Morris Indonesia Art Award

Selected Solo Exibition(s):
2012 No Story di Rumah Seni Embun Medan
2008 Sunyi Di Tengah Riuh Gallery Semarang

Selected group Exibition(s):
“Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

Para Pengajar Seni Rupa 2013: “Melihat/Dilihat” Galeri Nasional Indonesia
Motion and Rhythm, sangkring art project, yogyakarta
Emosi dan Rasa, go art space, Surabaya
Traditional and Modernity ISI Padangpanjang di H K U .Utrecht. Neaderlands
homo ludens 4 di taman budaya bali
bertiga ‘Lihat’ di Taman Budaya Padang.

Kembar Mayang di Museum Widayat . Magelang
Freekick di Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya.
BIENNAL SUMATERA di Taman Budaya Sumatera Barat
Merapi Singgalang di Rumah budaya Fadlizon .padangpanjang
Garis Bawah di gedung M.Syafei kota padangpanjang

cross over Tujuh Bintang Gallery Yogyakarta
Up Reasing 96 Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
ARTJOG II Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Betawi dan Jakarta tempo doloe Gandaria city Jakarta

BAKABA Sakato art community Jogja Nasional Museum

Trap[esium]Edwins Gallery Jakarta

Survey Edwin Gallery Jakarta
Sunyi Di Tengah Riuh Gallery Semarang

Dua kota,STSI Padang Panjang,Taman Budaya Sumatra Utara, Medan
jogja art fair, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
E-Motion,Visual art,Gallery Nasional Jakarta
Detik 96 Sangkring art space Yogyakarta

Spirit, V-art gallery,Yogyakarta

Spirit of play, Bentara Budaya Yogjakarta
re-reading landscape Nadi,gallery Jakarta

campur-campur Taksu gallery Jakarta
Mempertimbangkan Tradisi (sanggar sakato) gallery Nasional Jakarta

Gelar karya isi di Museum Nasional Jakarta
Festival Kesenian Indonesia di stsi Surabaya
Diesnatalis isi gallery isi yogyakarta
bersama lukis dan patung “manusia 2002” dirix gallery
jadikan aku pacarmu sanggar caping benteng fredenburg yogyakarta
Phillip Morris Asean Art Award di hotel Seraton Bali
Fathomles 7 di miens gallery Yogyakarta

lukis bertiga di dirix gallery yogyakarta
phillip morris indonersia art award gallery nasional Jakarta
11 (sebelas) gelaran budaya yogyakarta

gelar seni pertunjukan

kelompok sakato di purna budaya yogyakarta
kelompok detik 96 di purna budaya yogyakarta
festival kesenian Indonesia gallery isi yogyakarta

kelompok detik 96 di purna budaya yogyakarta

kelompok sakato di purna budaya yogyakarta


Feri Eka Chandra

Feri Eka Candra membidik sebuah ruang yang diam, meditatif, steril, ruang perpustakaan darimana produk pengetahuan abstrak kita muncul dari sana. Ruang perpustakaan kemungkinan sebuah ruang yang dengan sendirinya mengambil garis batas yang tegas dan hampir tak bisa berkompromi dengan ruang keseharian manusia pada umumnya.

My Space

Feri Eka Chandra
Batu Sangkar, West Sumatra, 15 Desember 1978. Indonesia
Institut of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta.

Selected Group Exhibitions
2011 : My Space, Philo Art Space, Jakarta. ‘City of
West’, Green Artspace, Jakarta.

2010 : ‘Bakaba’, Sakato
Art Community, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta.

2008 : Singapore Art Fair 2008, Asian Contemporary
Art, Sun City, Singapore. ‘Coherence’ Bika Gallery, Jakarta.
‘Manifesto’ Pameran Besar Senirupa Indonesia,
Galeri Nasional, Jakarta. ‘Sin Sign’ Gracia Art Gallery,
Surabaya. ‘Harlequin’ Langgeng Gallery, Magelang.
‘Hulu Fantasi’ One Gallery, Jakarta. ‘Boys/Girls’ Edwin’s
Gallery, Jakarta. ‘Tekstur Dalam Lukisan’, Jogja Gallery,
Yogyakarta. ‘Kompetisi Seni Lukis Jakarta Art Award II,
Pasar Seni Ancol, Jakarta

Erizal As

Rhythmic visual rhythm
Rhythm is omnipotent in our life; it is there in our heartbeat, in every breath we take, in our emotions, and in our perceptions; it’s there in the chirpings of the birds, in the ocean’s waves, in the sound of water falling; in almost everything that surround us. It is inherent in sound, movement, lines, and colors. It is rhythm that gives meaning to life. In the conscience of the ancient Greeks, cosmology was none other than the presence of a unified interplanetary rhythm, and they built it as a musical conception in philosophy-mathematical form.

Where our feet lead us, where we look, where we hide, where we play, and all other places are none other than rhythm! Such awareness evokes people to organize rhythm using their unique abilities and to make it a string of narrations presenting something that to one’s perception is kept hidden and shrouded. What is the meaning of this? Not all understand what one says, does, thinks or whether it is purposely kept as secret, and that’s the reality – rhythmic reality.

Rhythm is a choice of challenge that young painter Erizal AS taken for his second solo exhibition in Philo Artspace. To present this theme does not come naturally; it needs a close and serious look at his paintings to see that the characteristics are ripe with rhythmic nuance.

In the timeline of Indonesian art history, Erizal AS is still considered as a young painter. But he has made a name in the exuberant contemporary paintings scene in the past five years. His avidity in his active participation in many exhibitions and painting competitions locally and internationally is a sign of a promising serious creativity and productivity. It would be right to say that Erizal is a painter that has established his distinctive character and language.
In this exhibition, Erizal AS would like to convey rhythm that is present in his daily life, in a subjective way, of course, and without the technical reason to modify rhythm and putting it into what we call music. What is interesting to note is his effort to create relations of meaning amongst the musical instruments, human figures, and nature. The significance of the three elements is evidence in the expressive conspicuous strokes of his paintings – as if they are catharsis intent on giving nothing to spare.

The meaning shaped by the relations of rhythm, human, and nature in Erizal’s paintings visibly shows a life narration that strongly represents figures which are dynamic, emotive, and clearly open. His choice of musical instruments such as the piano, guitar, saxophone and violin is merely to show that there are differences when it comes to individualistic expressions.

And what meaning could we expect from the narration of live by rhythm, or in this case, from music? In music rhythm we can find different breath of life narrations: tragedy, comedy, and irony.

People in general would desire to have life esthetically managed, as to find harmony. What are the prerequisite for such harmony? It is none other than the ability to align the tragic, the comic, and the ironic elements! But that would not be the final answer, as we would then be faced with another question: where do tragedy, comedy, and irony come from? The question was indeed the biggest challenge for ancient Greeks thinkers, which eventually gave birth to the discipline of thoughts that we now know as philosophy!

Reality is born out of rhythm! It comes from the human efforts to manage rhythm into various elements and domains of life. Without rhythm, all we have is chaos! Cosmology is believed to be a harmonious orders of strings of rhythm, from which human sees the meaning of life. When Pythagoras interpreted rhythm that he believed to be present in every planet through mathematics, as was written in the early paragraph of this writing, human endeavor to find harmony was believed to have reached a huge success! Music represents logos. The very principal of reality, order, structure and the harmony itself!

The importance of music that represents logos is seen as the foundation of Western civilization, culminating with Friedrich Nietzsche thinking in his book “The Birth of Tragedy”. Nietzsche reexamined the harmonic problem that was identified with the character Apollo and chaos with Dionysius. The problem there lies in how the characters are triggered, with the very thing that we have mentioned over and over, rhythm – music!

It seems to be such a simple matter, how we interact or relate to rhythm – though this matter is hardly the exclusive concern of only few people. Erizal is only one of many painters that happen to be ready to interact with rhythm using painted media. He expresses that rhythm is spontaneous, energetic, hyphenated while at the same going in paradoxical circle. We wonder where in life’s narrative those expressive rhythms bring us. We may be brought to tragedy, irony, or comedy through whatever rhythm we interact with. It is impossible to define the rhythm of life permanently. Rhythm will let us float, crawl, submerged, planted, or whatever.

Erizal seems incline to present that it would be possible for the rhythm of life to adjust to our own experiences, and how we put our own meaning to them. We can see that in how as a painter he has so freely chosen the musical instruments that conform to his aesthetic feeling.

Rhythm is our very own life!
Let’s enjoy the exhibition.
Tommy F Awuy
Rhythem of Art

Erizal As
Padang Panjang, 3 februari 1979
High School of Fine Arts in Padang 1994-1997, Faculty of Fine Art, Indonesian Institute Of Art, Yogyakarta.


– 10 Finalists, Lomba Keterampilan Siswa Tingkat Nasional, Jakarta
– Painting Contest, Lomba Lukis Wajah pahlawan, museum Aditiawarman, Barat.
– Finalists Philip Morris Art Awards V.
– Best Work at Dies Natalies XVI ISI Yogyakarta.
– Nominated as one of 10 Best at the painting contest Selekda PEKSIMINAS VI.
– CP Open BIENNALE 2003
– Finalists Indonesian Asean Art Awards.
– Finalists Indofood Art Awards.
– Finalists Jakarta Art Awards, 2006
– As 20 nominees of visual art competition of The Thousand Mysteries of Borobudur

Solo Exhibition

Rhythm of art, philo art space, jakarta

– Solo Exhibition ‘lines Project’ Koong Gallery, Jakarta

Selected Group

10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

BAKABA#4 Randang dan Rendang, Sakato art Community, Yogya Gallery.
Gambar, Museum Dan Tanah Liat, Yogyakarta.
Reborn Everytime, Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta.
Affordable Art Fair, Hongkong

LOCAFORE’14, Bale pare Hall, kota baru, Parahiyangan, Bandung.
BAKABA#3 kini, Jogja Gallery, yogyakarta.

Homoludens#4 “Bermain Seni Rupa dengan Tiga Pesan” Bentara Budaya Bali
Motion & Rhythm, Sangkring art project, Yogyakarta
– Painting Exhibition, FREEKICK, Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya

– Islamic Visual Art Exhibition “BAYANG” National Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition Homoludens # 2, Emmitan CA Gallery, Surabaya.
– Painting Exhibition ‘My Space’, Philo Art Space, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘Intip’ Jakarta Art Distric, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘ City of west, Green Art Space, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition, Nusantara diatas kanvas, Sampoerna Strategic Center, Jakarta

– Group Exhibition ‘Bakaba, Sakato Art Comunity, Jogja Nasional Museum, Yogyakarta
– Group Exhibition Citra Ekspresi Jogja 2.Hotel Shultan, Jakarta
– TRAMENDUM’ Philo Art Space 5th Anniversary, National Gallery, Jakarta

– Painting Exhibition ’ TRAP(ESIUM)’ Edwins Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ’Charity for Yayasan AIDS Indonesia, Linggar Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition “ Borderless World’ Second Unniversary of Srisasanti Gallery, Yogyakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘Exposign’ Jogja Expo Center, Yogyakarta

– Painting Exhibition ‘Celebrating The Differences, Elegance Art Space, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘Biasa Gila’ Biasa Gallery, yogyakarta-
– Painting Exhibition ‘ Survey’ Edwin’s gallery, Jakarta
-”Boys|Girls” Contemporary Art, Youth life and culture in two part, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘Hulu Fantasi’ One Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘ SENSI ” Philo Art Space, Jakarta
– “ Manifesto” National Gallery, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘ Sin Sign’ Gracia Art Gallery, Surabaya
– Painting Exhibition ‘ Texture dalam Lukisan’ Jogja Gallery
– Painting Exhibition ‘Jogja Art fair’ Taman Budaya Societed Yogyakarta
– Painting Exhibition ‘Kuala Lumpur Art Fair’ Malaysia

– Painting Exhibition “kembali ke Gampingan”, ex FSR ISI yogyakarta
– Painting Exhibition “Exsisten” jogja Gallery
– Visual Art Exhibition “The Thaousand Mysteries of Borobudur”, Jogja Gallery
– funrrissing “ BOOKAID” IVAA, Nadi Gallery
-The Eleven Painters, El Canna Gallery, Jakarta
– Visual Art exhibition, utan kayu, INTERNATIONAL LITERARY BIENNALE 2007, LanggengGallery, Magelang
– 100 years of Affandi,’ Bung ayo Bung’ Affandi Museum, Yogyakarta
– 1st Anniversary of Jogja Gallery, Visual Art Exhibition, Yogyakarta
– “BUMI’, Mondecor Galeri, Jakarta
– Inspiring Indonesian Contemporary Art,Shanghai Art Fair, Shanghai
– Painting Exhibition ‘Behind The Horizon’ Sri Sashanti Gallery, Yogyakarta

– Visual Art “Jalin Bapilin” Benteng Verdeburg Yogyakarta
– Charity Art For Jogja, Gedung Taman Budaya Societed Yogyakarta
– Painting Competition ‘Jakarta Art Awards’ Pasar Seni Ancol, Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition “Indonesian Traffi” Mondecor Gallery, Jakarta

– Charity for Aceh, TAKSU Jakarta.
– Painting Exhibition, ” TAKSU Jakarta 2nd Anniversary Celebration.
– Painting Exhibition “ DRAMA’ Mon Décor Gallery, jakarta
– Group Exhibition ”SAKATO”, Re-reading ” LANDSCHAP” Nadi Gallery,Jakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Nasi Campur” Taksu Gallery, Jakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “ANTHOLOGY”, Mondecor Gallery,Jakarta

– Painting Exhibition “OBJECT(ify)” NADI Gallery, Jakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Mempertimbangkan Tradisi” Minang Kabau Artists of Indonesian, National Gallery, Jakarta.
– “Funrising” di Kedai Kebun,Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition FKY XVI “BARCODE’ Gedung Taman Budaya Societed Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “New Works” TAKSU Gallery, Jakarta.
– TAKSU 10nd Anniversary, Celebrating 10 year of fine art in Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
– Painting Exhibition “LUSTRUM IV ISI” Yogyakarta.

– Painting Exhibition “REPLY” FKY XV,Gedung Societed,Yogyakarta
– Group Exhibition “SAKATO”, Langgeng Gallery. Yogyakarta.
– Painting Competition “PRATISARA AFFANDI ADHI KARYA”, ISI Yogyakarta.
– Cp Open BIENNALE “Interpelation” National Gallery, Jakarta
– Finalists of the “INDONESIAN ASEAN ART AWARDS”, Gedung ASEAN Jakarta & Medan.
– Finalists of the “INDOFOOD ART AWARDS II”, National Gallery, Jakarta

– Painting Exhibition “ Diversity in Harmony” Gedung societed, yogyakarta
– Nomimated Painting Exhibition “PEKSIMINAS”,UKDW, Yogyakarta.

– Painting Group Exhibition “LENTERA Group”,Purna Budaya Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “ Untuk Semua Umur” Air Rumah Seni, Jakarta.

– Painting Exhibition “20 West Sumatera Artist” Ciputra Hotel Jakarta
– Painting Exhibition “ Manusia Dalam Perangkap Semu” Embun Gallery Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Gerakan Seni Pertunjukan Rakyat ” ISI Yogyakarta
– Painting Exhibition “SAKATO”,di TIM Jakarta.
– Dies Natalis XVI ISI Yogyakarta.

– LUSTRUM III ISI, Yogyakarta.
– Painting Competition “PRTISARA” Affandi Adi Karya” ISI Yogyakarta
– Alumni Exhibition “ASRI/ISI”, Garuda Hotel Yogyakarta.
– Group Exhibition “SAKATO III”, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta

– Painting Exhibition “LEPAS 97, FSR ISI” Gampingan,Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Refleksi Zaman” Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta.
– Painting Competition “Philip Morris Art Awards V”, Jakarta.

– Group Exhibition “SAKATO II”, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta.

Edo Pop

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions

Edo Pop
Born in Sriguna(OKI) South Sumatra, 1972. Educated at SMSR Palembang, South Sumatra, (1989-93); Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta (1995-2000). Has been involved various artists’ organisations in Palembang and Yogyakarta since 1990, including the Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya, Rumah Seni Keluargatuk Which he co-founded in 1998, and Rumah Seni Muara, Yogyakarta which he co-founded in 2003. Edo has had solo exhibitions in Copenhagen (Denmark), Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Jakarta (Indonesia) and Singapore He has participated in group exhibitions in USA, Canada, Virgina, New Jersey, California, New York, Singapore and Indonesia since 1995.

1996- Karya Cat air Terbaik Seni Murni FSR ISI Yogyakarta
1998- Karya Seni Lukis terbaik, Diesnatalis XI ISI Yogyakarta
2001- Nominasi Philip Morris Indonesia Art Awards 2001
2002- 10 Karya Tebaik Indo Food Art Award 1, di gedung Museum Nasional Jakarta
2003 -Nominasi Philip Morris Indonesi Art Awards 2003

Solo Exhibitions
2011 Menjadi/ isness, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta
2007 Senjakala Eros, Art Forum, Singapore
2005 Membuat Rumah Baru, Emmitan Cotemporary Art Gallery, Surabaya
2002 Tulang Punggung,Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta
2000 Re-Kreasi, Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta
1996 Impressions in Denmark, Indri Moeberghus, Copenhagen, Denmark

Selected Group Exhibitions
Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary, Jakarta
Homo Ludens #3, Emmitan Cotemporary Art Gallery, Surabaya
Sillahturrahmi, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
Tanah Air Pusaka, Kelompok Greget’ 95, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
KembarMayang, Museum H. Widayat Mungkit Magelang

Pasar Kincrung, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
Membuatnya Abadi, Galeri Semarang, Semarang
Indonesia Art Award (IAA), Galeri Nasional Indonesia,Jakarta

Inventory, pesantren Kaliopak LESBUMI, Yogyakarta
Drawing, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta


Wendt gallery,California, USA
Ketik Reg Manjoer, Kelompok Greget’ 95, Sangkring art Space, Yogyakarta
Im Rainbow, Esa Sampoerna Art House, Surabaya
Re-Konstruksi Zaman ke Emasan, Gedung Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
Manifesto, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta

Self Portrait, Jogja Galeri, Yogyakarta
Indonesian Cotemporary All Star 2008, Tujuh Bintang art Space
Fragmentasi, Philo art Space Jakarta
Loro blonyo, Gedung Trijuang Magelang
Emotion Home, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Perang Kembang, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Artikulasi, One Gallery Jakarta
69 Seksi Nian, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta

Neo- Nation, Biennale Yogyakarta, Sangkring art Space, Yogyakarta
Post Ideologi, Galeri Gracia Surabaya
Luar Biasa, Galeri biasa yogyakarta
Boeng Ajo Boeng: Tafsir Ulang Nilai-nilai Manusia Affandi, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
200 Tahun Raden saleh, Ilusi-ilusi Nasionalisme Jogja
Galeri, Yogyakarta,
Open Studio,Grafis Minggiran & Rumah Seni Cemeti, Yogyakarta
Imagened Affandi, Gedung Arsip Nasional, Jakarta

Draw, Museum & Tanah Liat, Yogyakarta.
Memoratian, Galeri Semarang, Semarang
Wedding: Tobacco & Art OHD, Gedung Trijuang Magelang
Art For Jogja, Gedung Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta.

My Favourite Painting & Sculptures, Art Forum, Singapore
Indonesian Contemporary, iPreciation, Singapore
Hari in, Disini , Biennale Yogyakarta, Gedung Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta
BazArt, Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta
5th Anniversary Exhibition, Rumah Budaya Tembi, Yogyakarta
Keok! Rumah Panggung, Nitiprayan, Yogyakarta
Makan Seni Rupa, Rumah Michelle Chin, Yogyakarta
Pameran Gelas + Cangkir, Parkir art Space, Yogyakarta
Art for Aceh, Gedung Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta

Edgar Degas


Born in Jakarta, March 11, 1990.

Selected group exhibition(s):

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Bukan Musik Bukan Seni Rupa”. Gedung Serba Guna ISI Yogyakarta.
Kiss the Rail”. Ngopiyokarto. Yogyakarta.
“Sticker Round”. Racily Cafe. Yogyakarta

Sewon Calling #2”. Gallery R. Soetopo. ISI Yogyakarta.
Hydro Pyrates. TK fest 4. UPT Gallery. ISI yogyakarta.
In Future We Blur”. JNM. Yogyakarta.
Visual Berkeadilan”. DKV Bergerak. Tujuh Bintang Art Space. Yogyakarta.
Just Because I Love You”. Via Via Cafe. Yogyakarta.
“Cutting Edge”. Hand Cutting Workshop Exhibition. Kedai Kebun Forum. Yogyakarta.
“Seni Buku Seni”. Book Play Project Workshop Exhibition. Kedai Kebun Forum. Yogyakarta.

“Culture Expansion”, Diskomfest 4. JNM. Yogyakarta
“Otak Antik”. HIMBAJA. Batu Galleria. Batu, Malang
“IntuISI”. JNM. Yogyakarta
“Cycle In Art”. Slonong Boys. Art Cafe. Seminyak Bali
“Drawing Revolution”. FFR DGTMB Shop. Yogyakarta
“Electronic”. Drawing Lovers #3. Sangkring Art Space. Yogyakarta
“My Hero Today”. Attention Project #. Grobak A(r)t Kos. Semarang
“Disamber Desember #4”. UPT Gallery. ISI Yogyakarta
“Sewon Calling”. Music and art Exhibition. Lobby DKV ISI Yogyakarta

“Art For AIDS”. Pameran We Care Art Project. Gedung EMAX Kemang. Jakarta.
“Selekda PEKSIMINAS”. Gallery Seni Rupa UNY. Yogyakarta.
“Yang Penting Sepasang Buat Si INA”. Ruang publik Lempuyangan. Yogyakarta.
“GEMPAR”. Drawimg Lover #2. UPT Gallery. ISI Yogyakarta.
“Erection of Nation”. P arts 3 Fest.UK Petra.Surabaya.
Melukis bersama Pasar Ngasem.Yogyakarta.
“Poster Propaganda”. Pameran Respecta Streetart. Coffee Toffee Chics. Jakarta.
“Penggaris Itu Dosa”. Pameran Sketsa. Lobby Desain Interior ISI Yogyakarta.

“Cotton 100%”. Pameran T-shirt 5 kota . Distro Garlich. Surabaya.
“Jowone Jowomu”. KMSI. UNM. Malang.
“Diskom Drawing Foundation”. Lorong DKV ISI Yogyakarta.
“Spirit of Pangsar Soedirman”. Jogja Wall Nation. Yogyakarta.


Doel AB

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions
Purwodadi, 17 Juni 1959
Jurusan : Seni Rupa IKIP Semarang

10thAnniversary, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2013 :
ARTJOG 13, Taman Budaya, Yogyakarta. INDONESIA ART AWARDS 2013, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta

Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary, Jakarta

Inagural ( Opening Art-1 Mon Décor Gallery )

Transfiguration, Galeri Semarang, Grand Indonesia

Tramendum, Galeri Nasional Jakarta / Philo Art Space
Reborn, H2 Galeri Semarang
Differences, Galeri Semarang
C-Art Show, Grant Indonesia ( Andis Gallery )
Indonesia Contemporary Drawing, Galeri Nasional Jakarta
Happiness 9, Philo Art Space Jakarta

Animal Kingdom, Jogja Gallery
S(y)ure, Philo Art Space Jakarta
Progress Report, Dahara Gallery Semarang
Manivesto, Galeri Nasional Jakarta
Mondecor Painting Festival
Space / Spacing, Galeri Semarang

Imagined Affandi, Galeri Semarang
Ilusi-ilusi nasionalisme 200 Tahun Raden Saleh, Jogja Gallery
Visual Art Exhibition International Literary Biennale, Galeri Langgeng
Memorabilia, Galeri Bu Atiek Semarang
Neo-Nation Biennale Jogja IX, Jogja Nasional Museum

Memory Semarang, Road Show Gedung Perpus Malang,
Galeri Gracia Surabaya

Realisme Banal, Galeri Gracia Surabaya
Realistage, Road Show Gong Galeri Bandung, Galeri
Semar Malang, Museum Widayat Magelang
Soul on Pa(e)per, Galeri Joglo Semarang
Garis Tepi, Galeri Cipta II Taman Ismail Marzuki Jakarta

Art Clip, Museum Ronggo Warsito Semarang
Kembang Setaman, Museum Ronggo Warsito Semarang

Metamorph-Art, Hotel Ciputra Semarang
Kemah Budaya TBRS Semarang
Semarang Kurung Buka, Hotel Dibyo Puri Semarang

Spirit on paper, Galeri Sienna Semarang


Perhatian Deskhairi pada ruang ekosistem yang sedang terancam punah. Manusia seharusnya bagian dari alam namun penciptaan ruang abstraknya yakni pengetahuan tak terbantahkan lagi memampukannya mengambil posisi otonom di luar alam lalu mengendalikan bahkan sanggup menghancurkan alam itu sendiri.

My Space

Batu Sangkar, Sumatera Barat, 28 Desember 1972. Indonesia
Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta

2000 : Lima Karya Lukis Terbaik “NOKIA INDONESIAN ART AWARDS 2000”. Semi Finalis “INDONESIAN ART AWARDS VII”

Selected group exhibition
2011 : My Space, Philo Art Space, Jakarta.

2010 : Pameran Seni
Rupa “BAKABA” Komunitas Seni SAKATO di Jogja National Museum,
Yogyakarta. Pameran Seni Rupa”ART 10 JOG” di Taman
Budaya ,Yogyakarta.

2009 : Pameran “TRAP(ESIUM)” di Edwin’s
Gallery Jakarta. Pameran “MENJELAJAH SPIRIT” di Galeri Biasa,
Yogyakarta. Pameran Seni Rupa “Grup MOMENTASI “di Sangkring
Art Space, Yogyakarta.

Deny Bojong

It is born out of sign. Human creations, whatever those may be, never materialized from vacuum. Arts are creations resulted from a relational connection between passion and stimulants. This connection is usually called as signifying process and this process runs at a very internal level, in the aesthetic battle of the creator.
Philo Article Space is presenting paintings and sculpture in the theme of Urban Signs. The space and time or condition that we call ‘urban’ is certainly an internal process of specific signs of all the parties involved in it, whether they are aware of it or not.
An artist has an ideal picture or concept of the art world in their mind (signified) and with all the sensory talent that they have, they capture the external signs (usually called signifier). It is this concept and the sensory talent that form the foundation of the knowledge (the signifying process) as a creation. Put simply, a creation is none other than a ‘system of signs’, not a mere idea or material.
A product, which in this context is an art work, as a ‘system of signs’ may only be understood through language. But we shall not see language in its narrow sense as a means to communicate, but to see it as a signifying (signifier – signified) process occurring in a self. To observe a creation of art is comparable to trying to read or interpreting the language of the creation, and in this effort to understand itself we are going through the signifying process, as we put meaning to the language of the creation. Our interpretation may arrive at the same meaning the creator invented, but it may as well be entirely different.

urban Signs

Deny Bojong
Born in Bandung, July 7, 1974.

Selected group exhibition(s):
Urban Signs, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Bazzart art di hotel sahid jaya jakarta.

pameran bersama di gallery kuta gallery, Kuta Bali

pameran bersama di gallery Adi Pati Surya Ubud bali

pameran kelompok 7 di kuta gallerya Kuta bali

pameran bersama di museum Patahillah jakarta
pameran bersama di hotel Sari Pan pacifik jakarta

Dedy Sufriyadi

This is the second of Dedy Sufriadi solo exhibition in Philo Art Space, under the theme ‘The World of Words’. It is a big theme with reference to the understanding of a world which is full of meaning. It’s been ages the Ancient Greeks called the world with the word ‘logos’, which may also be taken for ‘word’ or ‘saying’, or in a broader sense, as ‘system’, ‘order’, ‘orderly principal’ or similar notes. With this understanding, we came to the awareness that the emergence of knowledge depends heavily on the ‘logos’, which in Aristotle’s philosophy is shaped into a weave of sentences that is called ‘logics’.

To Dedy Sufriadi, logos is visualized as the line that founded the emergence of facade. Logos, at its base, is abstract, a world of forms, that may be approached only through communication, to see how logos shows itself. The universe, all matters that we see through as a form as a concept, are basically logos.

Logos, as is language, is a manner in which we express our intention, our objectives, or our desire. Numbers and letters are a part that is visual from logos, one that enables us to convey or to understand something.

Dedy Sufriadi chooses logos in its representation as letter and sometimes numbers to show that the world of arts is a world of flexible discipline, that lines can be formed into whatever we wish it. With letters he is free to rewrite the historic text, text of Descartes, Nietzsche, and the others, as an achievement of form that is not merely drawing lines.

“A world of words” is a world full of variety, and we should take it away from the limitation of language that imprisons the meaning. As is the understanding of meaning should not be merely comes from objects and must return to the objects, as if the words here are only medium – descriptive. Words create their own meaning and, when confronted with abstract words, the meaning goes beyond the reality itself. Words lost their referential, unless we pursue the meaning by the words that relate to them.

“A world of words” is an imaginary form with layers of meanings that multiply itself as we read or try to interpret it. Dedy Sufriadi paintings blatantly present the imaginary layers and create a textual reality whose daily presence is available to be read continuously.

In his first solo exhibition in Philo Art Space, under the theme ‘Hypertext Discrepancy’, Dedy has shown his understanding how we are living in a world where the meaning of text is so elusive and hard to define. This may make us feel ambiguous towards the reality, but an optimistic respond to ‘world of words’ would offer us the passion to give meaning to our own life, which is no different than vast textual spread rich in meaning.

‘A world of words’ as an ‘imaginary form’ reminds us of the creative condition when our minds wander to all corners of time and geographical places. To create is no other than producing new meaning to words, while also adding to and enrich the previous textual layer. With this concept, we are free of the burden of assumption of truth that goes beyond time and space that we should take care of.

To create and to be always within the world of words, but also challenging it to give rise to new meanings. Words can be a reality that dictate our selfness if we use it just to represent the reality, but not if we understand them as an imaginary form with which we change meaning if we desire so.

With “a world of words” Dedy Sufriadi is inviting us to not just stand in front of reality, but to copulate with it to produce newness that we all yearn but only if we yearn so. To create with logos! Within words we deconstruct words and create new meanings!

The World of Words

Dedy Sufriadi
Was born in Palembang, 20 Mei 1976

2012 Finalis UOB ART AWARD
2009 Finalis Tujuh Bintang Art Award 2009, Yogyakarta
2008 Lima karya terbaik Kompetisi Seni Visual “Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Galery
2006 Juara III Lomba Graffiti di Yogyakarta
2004 Juara III Lomba Graffiti di AMPTA Yogyakarta
2000 Finalis Philip Morris-Indonesia Art Award
1999 Finalis Nokia Art Award
1998 Finalis Winsor And Newton Art Competition
1997 Karya Seni Lukis Terbaik Feksiminas IV Yogyakarta
1996 Karya Sketsa Terbaik Fakultas Seni Rupa ISI Yogyakarta
Karya Seni Lukis Cat Air & Akrilik Terbaik Minat Utama Seni Lukis, Fakultas Seni Rupa ISI Yogyakarta

Selected Solo Exhibition(s)
2012 “The World of Words” Philo Art Space, Jakarta
2011 “The Body Of Text” Shyang Art Space Magelang
2010 “Hypertext Discrepancy”. Philo Art space Jakarta
2009 “Hypertext” tembi contemporary Yogyakarta
2007 “Re-READING”, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta
2007 “UN-Logical”, Jamaican Bar Yogyakarta

2012 ECO STROKE ART CAMP. Marari Beach Kerala India

Selected Group Exhibition(s)
“Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
Devotion, Jogja Galeri Yogyakarta
Mencetak, Tercetak. Studio Komroden Haro Yogyakrta
Nandur Srawung, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Fitur-Figur, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Soulscape on Progress, Nalarroepa Ruang seni Yogyakarta
ARTJOG14, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
50:50, Nalarroepa Ruang seni Yogyakarta
Untukmu Guru, Museum Widyatat Magelang

ARTJOG13, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Silaturahmi, Bentara Budaya Jakarta
Bienalle Sumatera, Taman Budaya Padang
Pari Suka Pari. Di Museum Affandi Yogyakarta
Figuring Text, Text Figuring. Di Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta

Pameran “ THE SPEAKING HOUSE” Durbar Hall Gallery, India
Pameran “Live Inn Harmony” warung YAYA ARTSPACE sanur Bali
Pameran “ [s]mallseries” I AM artspace yogyakarta
Pameran “Tanda Mata” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran “Silaturahmi” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran “Isyarat Langit” di GO ARTSPACE Surabaya
Pameran ARTJOG12. Taman Budaya Yogyakarta.
Pameran UOB ART AWARD #2. Jakarta
Pameran “Free kick” Royal Plaza Surabaya
Pameran “Tanah air pusaka” bentara budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran “The cock still fighting” syhang art space magelang
Pameran “UOB art award” Gedung UOB jakarta
Pameran “Magelang Young Collectors” RAC Magelang
Pameran “ Kembar Mayang”, Museum Widayat Magelang.
Pameran “Ruang Yang Sama” Museum H.Widayat Magelang
Pameran “Magelang Young Collectors” RAC Magelang
Pameran “ Kembar Mayang”, Museum Widayat Magelang.
Pameran “Ruang Yang Sama” Museum H.Widayat Magelang
Pameran “Meeting Point” Taxsu Art Galery Bali 2012

Pameran Food And Paper, RAC Magelang
Pameran Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Galeri Nasional
Pameran Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Sangkring
Art Space Yogyakarta
Pameran ARTJOG 11, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran MY SPACE, philo art Space Jakarta
Pameran Intelectus Sindicate. AJBS Galeri Surabaya
Pameran Mandiri Prioritas Jakarta
Pameran Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta XXVII. Gallery ISI Yogyakarta

Pameran “Unity: The Return to Art” at Wendt Gallery new york. USA
Pameran “Tramendum “philo gallery. Gallery nasional jakarta
Pameran “lets fly an arrow,” tujuh bintang gallery yogyakarta
Pameran “soulscape, treasure spiritual in art” Toni raka Gallery Bali
Pameran “ke-Bersamaan” Galery Biasa Yogyakarta
Pameran “Soulscape”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran “Gerakan Seni Abstrak Indonesia” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

Pameran “Diorama kedamaian”hotel melia purosani yogyakarta
Pameran “Hiperlink” Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta
Pameran “The Dream”, Tujuh Bintang Art Award, Jogja National Museum. Yogyakarta
Pameran “Subject Ekpose(s)”. Pure Art Space, Jakarta
Pameran “Cogito” Philo art space Jakarta
Pameran “Selayang Pandang Bumi Sriwijaya II. Yogyakarta
Pameran “Guruh Umar Bakri”, Jogja Gallery Jogjakarta
Pameran “Halo-Halo 1”, Manila Contemporary, Manila Philippina
Pameran “Fresh 4 U”. Jogja Galery Jogjakarta
Pameran “Realitas #3”, Ketik Reg Manjoer. Sangkring art space yogyakarta
Pameran “HEADLIGHTS 2009”. VWFA Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Pameran “Golden Box #2”, jogja gallery Jogjakarta
Pameran “All I Want For Xmas” Manila Contemporary Manila Philippina
Pameran “Versus”, Galeri 678 Jakarta
Pameran “Grand Opening Red Sea Gallery”, Australia
Pameran “Too Much Painting Will Kill You” di Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta
Pameran “Perjalanan Seni Lukis Abstrak # 8”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Rumah Damawangsa Jakarta
Pameran “Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Gallery Jogjakarta
Pameran “Fragmentasi”, Philo Art Space Jakarta

Pameran “Perjalanan Seni Lukis Abstrak Indonesia # 5”, Semar
Galery Malang
Pameran “Optimis #2”, Galeri Biasa Yogyakarta.
Pameran Bersama, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta
Pameran “Seni lukis Abstrak #4”, Galery Nasional jakarta

Pameran Lukisan “Abstrak” di Melia Purosani Yogyakarta
Pameran “Through The Limit”, Koa’s Café and Dining Yogyakarta
Pameran Bersama, Hotel Melia Purosani Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Rupa “Vice Versa”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta

Pameran di Four Season Hotel Jakarta
Pameran di Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta
Pameran di Museum Ulen Sentalu Yogyakarta

Pameran lukis dan patung di Jogja Ekspo Center Yogyakarta
Pameran di Jogja Village Inn Yogyakarta

Pameran Grand Opening Rumah Seni Muara
Pameran Kelompok 8 di Benteng Vredeburg Sanggar Bidar
Sriwijaya Yogyakarta
Pameran #2 Issue di Rumah Seni Muara Yogyakarta
Pameran Membaca Ruang-Ruang di Rumah Seni MuaraPameran
Pratisara Afandi Adi Karya 2003
Pameran Launching Jurnal Seni Rupa SIDI

Pameran lima pelukis Yogyakarta, Gallery Proklamasi Jakarta
Pameran “Fathomless 7”, Mien Gallery Yogyakarta
Pameran di Etnik Kafe Yogyakarta

Pameran Seni Lukis “Kelompok 8 Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya”, Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis “Imajinasi dan Warna“, Bizete Gallery Jakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis Bertiga di Dirix Art Gallery
Pameran Dialog Multi Rupa Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya di Palembang
Pameran “Realitas II” Kelompok Greget, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Art Festival Bizette Gallery Jakarta
Pameran Total Indonesia Art Award di Jakarta

Pameran Seni Rupa Perupa Muda Yogyakarta
Pameran Bersama, Dirix Art Gallery Yogyakarta
Pameran “Kelompok Solusi 4”, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Rupa Gelar Seni Pertunjukan Rakyat, ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran FKY Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Rupa Islami KMI ISI Yogyakarta, Masjid Istiqlal Jakarta.
Pameran Seni Lukis Philip Moris Indonesian Art Award di
Gallery Nasional Jakarta.
Pameran Seni Lukis “Art Festival”, Bizete Gallery Jakarta Pameran
Seni Rupa “Campur Sari”, Gallery ISI Yogyakarta

Pameran Seni Lukis Winsor And Newton Art Competition Bandung
Pameran Pekan Kesenian Indonesia, Yogyakarta
Pameran Dies Natalis di ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran “Dialog Multi Rupa” Sanggar Bidar Sriwijaya,
Purnabudaya YogyakartaPameran Kelompok Solusi 4, Dirix Art Gallery Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis Bizette Gallery Bali
Pameran Seni Lukis, LIPPO BANK Jakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis Nokia Art Award 1999, Jakarta

Pameran “Introspeksi”, Sanggar Driya Manunggal Yogyakarta
Pameran Tujuh Pelukis Muda, Hotel Radison Yogyakarta
Pameran “Bercermin”, Sanggar Suwung Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis Mall Pondok Indah Jakarta
Pameran “Refleksi Zaman”, Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta

Pameran Peksiminas IV, ITB Bandung
Pameran “Realitas” Kelompok Greget`95, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis, Pandean Gallery Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis, Gallery Kencana Yogyakarta
Pameran Seni Lukis, Gallery Djuruk Yogyakarta

Pameran Sketsa di Sasana Ajiyasa FSR ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran Kelompok Greget, Sasana Ajiyasa FSR ISI Yogyakarta
Pameran “Dialog Dua Kota II ISI-IKJ”, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta
Proyek Seni Publik

Lukis Dinding Di Taman Parkir Serangan Yogyakarta
Lukis Relief Di AMPTA Yogyakarta
Lukis Dinding Di IKIP Yogyakarta
Lukis Dinding “ Kareda” Yogyakarta
Lukis Dinding Di AMPTA Yogyakarta

Cubung WP

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions

Cubung WP
was born in Malang, East Java, July 14, 1970. He received his art education at the Jogyakarta Fine Art Senior High School and graduated in 1989.

Awards and Achievements
2008 :
Winner of Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia
2006 :
Winner of Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Winner of People Choice Award at the Jakarta Art Award, Indonesia
2005 :
Winner of Golden Pallette Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia
2000 :
Winner ASEAN Philip Morris Art Awards, Singapore
1989 :
Winner of Philip Morris Indonesia Art Award (PMIAA), Jakarta, Indonesia
1988 :
Award from Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Jakarta, Indonesia

2010 Winner Jakarta International Art Award, North Art Space, Jakarta

Selected Group Painting Exhibitions :
Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary, Jakarta
Pameran Phillip Morris Karya Sang Juara, National Gallery, Jakarta

Cultural Bridge, Wendt Gallery, New York

Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta

Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia
2006 Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Charity painting Exhibition, Ubud, Bali
“Fashion”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Café”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

Mata-mata Jakarta, National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Golden Pallette Group Painting Exhibition

Philip Morris Indonesia Art Award Group Painting Exhibition,Jakarta

Philip Morris Indonesia Art Award Group Painting Exhibition,Jakarta

Group Painting Exhibition, Ancol, Jakarta, Indonesia

Budi Ubrux


Budi Ubrux

1968, lahir di Jogjakarta,Indonesia. 1984 : lulus dari sekolah
Menengah Seni Rupa Jogjakarta, (SMSR)
1988-1994 Pekerja Seni di Sanggar Seniman Merdeka, Jogjakarta,
2002 “Ilusi Koran”, Galeri Semarang, Semarang
2002 “Transisi” Bentara Budaya, jogjakarta
2008 “ Beyond The Headlines”, iPreciation, singapore
2010 “Togetherness”, Parco Sculpture Park Delchianti, ITALY
1987 Bersama. “Kelompok PANDAWA”, Karta Pustaka Jogjakarta
1988 Pameran Tugas Akhir,SMSR, Jogjakarta
1996 Festifal Kesenian Jogjakarta VIII,indonesia
1997 Festifal Kesenian Jogjakarta IX, indonesia
1998 Philip Morris Indonesia Art Award, Agungh Rai Art Museum,
1998 “Yellow Art” Zurich. Swiss
2000 Philip Morris Indonesia art Awards, Galeri Nasional, Jakarta
2000 Philip morris indonesia art Awards, singapore art Museum,
2000 ”to Russia With Art” Russia
2001 “Urip Mampir Ngombe” Bentara Budaya Jogjakarta
2002 “Mata Hati Demokrasi”, Taman Budaya, Surakarta, Solo
2002 ”Jula Juli” Bentara Budaya, Jogjakarta
2002 “Dimensi Raden Saleh”, Galery Semarang, Semarang
2002 ‘Re-Kreasi’ Museum H. Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang
2003 “Zaman Edan “, Bentara Budaya, Jogjakarta
2004 ”BARCODE” Festival Kesenian jogjakarta XVI,jogjakarta
2005 “Equatorial Heat”Sichuan, Cina
2005 “Equator Heat” Edwin Gallery, jakarta
2005 “Art For Aceh’, Edwin Gallery, jakarta
2007 “Transposisi koleksi Lukisan se Jawa Tengah- jogjakarta”
Jogja Gallery, Jogjakarta
2007 “Pekan Raya seni Internasional Korea’, Seoul, Korea
2007 “Seni Taipe” , taipe, Taiwan
2009 “Thunder From the cash (Tse Yim On, Ye Jin King), One
And Two Square Hongkong
2010 Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta

Bambang Wibawarta

The spotlight on ‘urban culture’ is for contextual reason only. Urban issues or themes have given artists a lot of events, cases and issues that are challenging to be responded to; it is a general understanding that the changes in the society and the changes in the whole nations are coming from the changes in the urban space. Artists are challenged to take a stance about all the changes: either they have to go with the sweep of the flow or they gather their resolve and stand against it no matter how impossible it may seem.

Anniversary Expressions

Bambang Wibawarta
Solo Exhibitions:
2012 Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Jimbaran,Bali
2010 National Museum, Jakarta

Selected Group Exhibitions:
Anniversary Expressions, Philo Art Space 7th Anniversary,Jakarta
Indonesia Contemporary Art and Design, Grand Kemang Hotel, Jakarta.

Ebisu Art Binenalle, Okura Gallery, Tokyo

Ebisu Art Binenalle, Okura Gallery, Tokyo

Mitaka City Art Gallery, Tokyoa
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Ueno, Tokyo.
Ebisu Art Bienalle, Okura Gallery, Tokyo
Mitaka City Art Gallery, Tokyo

AS Kurnia



AS Kurnia
Born 1960, Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia.
Solo Exhibitions
2002 Galeri Milenium, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2001 Bali 3000, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
1996 Genesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Bali, Indonesia
Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
1995 Balai Budaya, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Gelar Seni Ulun Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
1993 Kurnia Atelier, Ubud, Bali Indonesia.
1992 Kurnia Modern Art Studio, Ubud, Bali Indonesia.
1991 Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
1989 Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Group Exhibitions:
1979-1992 Exhibitions in Semarang, Yogyakarta, Surakarta,
Bandung, Jakarta, Padang, Bali, Indonesia and Netherlands
1987 Exhibitions of two artists, Semarang, Indonesia.
1988 Exhibitions of six artists, TIM (Art Council), Jakarta, Indonesia.
Exhibitions of three artists, Mitra Budaya, Jakarta,
1989 Selected Exhibitions of Young Indonesia Painters, ITB
(Bandung Institute of Technology) Bandung, Indonesia.
1990 Mon Décor Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
1991 Merah Putih Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. Hilton Hotel,Jakarta, Indonesia.
1992 SAMA-SAMA, Oosterpoort, Groningen, The Netherlands.
SAMA-SAMA, Zouavenlaan, Tilburg, The Netherlands. Selected
Exhibitions of Young Indonesian Painters, Jakarta, Indonesia.
C-LINE Gallery, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia. SAMA-SAMA,
Benteng Vredenburg Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
SAMA-SAMA, Dutch Cultural Centre Erasmushuis, Jakarta,
Indonesia. Exhibitions of Five Artists, Bintang Palapa Gallery,
Surabaya, Indonesia.
1993 Andi’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. The Asian International
Contemporary Art Fair, Singapore
1994 Bali Cliff Resort, Bali, Indonesia
1995 Seni Rupa Dua Angkatan, TIM (Art Council), Jakarta, Indonesia.
1996 Biennale-X Jakarta 1996, TIM (Art Council), Jakarta, Indonesia
1997 Group Exhibitions, Lorin & Kristy Fine Art Gallery in TRESORS,
The International Fine Art Fair, Singapore
1998 Refleksi Seni’98, Darga Gallery, Bali, Indonesia.
1999 Figure Drawings Exhibitions, Bali, Indonesia. YSRI – Philip
Morris Indonesian Art Awards 1999, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2000 Group OO, Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort, Bali,
Indonesia. Estetika Millenia Nusantara 2000, Grand Bali
Beach, Bali, Indonesia.
2001 Bunga Bunga Bali, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia
2002 Dimensi Raden Saleh, Galeri Semarang, Indonesia.
Sienna Gallery, Semarang, Indonesia
2003 Indonesia – Asean Art Awards, Jakarta, Indonesia. Ilustrasi
Cerpen Kompas 2002, Bentara Budaya Jakarta – Yogya,
Jezz Galeri – Bali, Galeri Kita – Bandung, Indonesia. Cp
– Open Biennale, National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. Penjelajahan
Diri 18 Pelukis, Raka Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
2004 “Wing of Words, Wing of Colors”, Galeri Langgeng,
Magelang, Indonesia. Tamarind…in pursuit of identity, Nava
Gallery, Bali, Indonesia. Skill for Power, Jakarta – Yogyakarta
– Malang – Surabaya, Indonesia.
2005 “Aku, Chairil, Aku”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Realistage”, Bandung – Malang – Magelang, Indonesia. Ilustrasi
Cerpen Kompas 2004, Jakarta – Bandung – Yogyakarta
– Malang – Bali, Indonesia.
Bali Biennale, Bali, Indonesia
2006 Semar Art Gallery – “ The Gate : Pre-Discourse”, Indonesia
– China. The 7th Nude Croquis Exhibitions, Seoul, Korea.
Reconsculture, ARMA Museum, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
Jakarta Biennale 2006, Jakarta, Indonesia. Ilustrasi Cerpen
Kompas 2005, Jakarta – Yogyakarta – Surabaya – Malang
– Semarang – Bali – Bandung, Indonesia.
2007 “Imagined Affandi”, Galeri Semarang, Gedung Arsip Nasional,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “Love Letter”, Tonyraka Art Gallery,
Bali, Indonesia. Ilustrasi Cerpen Kompas 2006, Bentara
Budaya Jakarta – Yogya, Indonesia. “Ilusi-Ilusi Nasionalisme”,
Yogya Gallery, Yogya, Indonesia. “Boeng Ajo Boeng”,
Bentara Budaya, Yogya, Indonesia. Ar (t) chipelago Alert,
Tonyraka art gallery, Ubud-Bali. Shanghai Art Fair, Shanghai,
2008 “Silence Celebration”, Tonyraka Gallery, Ubud, Bali
“Ahimsa”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Jakarta.
“Manifesto”, Indonesia National Gallery, Jakarta
Ilustrasi Cerpen Kompas 2007, Jakarta-Yogya-Surabaya-
Bandung. “Contemporary Heroes”, Tujuh Bintang Gallery,
2009 “Refleksi Ruang dan Waktu”, V Gallery, Yogyakarta. “Vox
Populi”, Sangkring Art Space, Bentara Budaya Jakarta.
“real[i]ti, Vanessa Art Link, Jakarta. “Six Masters from Bali”,
MahaArt Gallery, Bali. Ilustrasi Cerpen Kompas 2008, Jakarta-
Yogya-Solo-Bali. Indonesian Contemporary Drawing,Indonesia National Gallery, Jakarta.
2010 Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta.
“Festival Hujan”, Bentara Budaya Bali, Bali. BAZAR Art Fair,
Green Art Space, Jakarta. “Mitos Kecantikan”, Green Art
Space, Jakarta.

1989 First Prize of Paintings Competition of Young Indonesian

Arswandaru Cahyo

Arswandaru Cahyo
Born in Surakarta, April 22, 1990. Education at Faculty of Humanities at University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia (Bachelor of Humanities, Study Program of Philosophy).

Solo Exhibition
2012: “What a Li(f)e” – Treehouse Kemang Café & Gallery, Jakarta,

Selected group exhibition(s):

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

“72 Hours Featured” – Threedaygallery, Chicago
“Pekan Seni Rupa” – University of Indonesia, Depok

“Kiss The Rail” – Ngopiyokarto, Yogyakarta.
“The Wild Hunt” (Duo) – Treehouse Kemang Café & Gallery, Jakarta
“DGTMB Postcard Revolution Project” – Dia.Lo.Gue, Jakarta

“DGTMB Postcard Revolution Project” – ViaVia, Yogyakarta “L’Expoff – FESTIFRANCE” – University of Indonesia, Depok,
“The Bird is The Word” – Dailydoops, Surakarta

“Hit The Deck” – Treehouse Kemang Café & Gallery, Jakarta
“Jakarta is a Mess” – Treehouse Kemang Café & Gallery, Jakarta
“Pekan Seni Rupa” – University of Indonesia, Depok

Media and Other Activities
2014 : Contributor for Shakewell Magazine issue – 1, Australia. Commission work for Salty Shoes, Australia
2013 : “The Wild Hunt : Two Artists for Twoasted Hizzy Exhibition”, Sub Magazine
2012 : “Arswandaru Cahyo Exhibit to Show Unique Translation of Life”, Jakarta Globe


Andhika Wicaksono

Born in Jakarta, October 31, 1989. Education at Visual Communication Design Program, Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Selected group exhibition(s):

2014: #Hashtag, Philo Art Space, Jakarta

Kiss The Rail, kopi ngayogyokarto, Yogyakarta.
Dgtmb, DiaLoGue, Jakarta.
Biennale Jakarta “Siasat” collaboration with Ace House, Basement Teater Jakarta
Opening kopi Culture, kopi Culture, Yogyakarta

Lembaran puisi di meja makan,Kelas Pagi, Yogyakarta
In Future We Blur, JNM, Yogyakarta

Diskomfest 4, JNM, Jogja Colaboration with The Dolltrap “Diskomfest 4”, JNM, Jogja
Inagurasi angkatan 2008 “intuisis”, JNM, Jogja
Mural exhibition bali yang binal, Bali
Pameran cycle in art exhibition “SLONONG BOYS”, art café, bali
Pameran instan agogo, djendelo café, jogja
Parallel event biennale [dis], alun-alun selatan, jogja
Drawing Revolution ,FFR / DGTMB shop Project, Yogyakarta

Respecta Street Art, Coffe Tofee Café, Jakarta
Drawing lovers, upt gallery, jogja
Pameran uny, jogja
Pameran art for aids, gcc art exibition, Jakarta

Pameran ddf, lorong kampus isi yk, Jogja
Mural bersama jogja mural nation, malioboro

sewon terbuka, Jogja
Project eye, Gallery biasa, jogja


Ahmad Sobirin




Tulungaging , Februari 21, 1982. ISI Jogjakarta 2001-2008.
Pameran seleksi :
2010 Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta.
“Expressive”, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Action”,
Sociates Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2009 Pameran Besar Seni Visual Indonesia “Expossive”, 25
Tahun ISI Yogyakarta, Jogja Expo Center (JEC), Yogyakarta,
Indonesia. Pameran “Up & Hope”, De Pesk Art Space, Jakarta
, Indonesia. Pameran “ Fress 4 You”, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta,
2008 “Obsesi Kaki dan tangan” Pameran Tugas Akhir, Gedung
seni murni FSR ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Daya Wanita”,
TIM Jakarta, Indonesia. “100 Tahun Kebangkitan Nasional
setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Live
is a Art Art is Live”, Jogja Bike Rendezvous, Coral Gallery,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “De Paris a Jakarta”, Gallery Nasional
, Jakarta , Indonesia. “Sensasi” Coral Gallery, Yogyakart,
Indonesia. “Amazing Grace” Orasis Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia
2007 “Neo Nation”, Biennale Jogja IX, Sociated Taman Budaya
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. A( r )tmospphere Academic, Jogja
Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Pameran Dies Natalis, Gallery
ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Ilusi-ilusi Nasionalisme”,
Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Belok Kanan Jalan
Terus”, Sangkring Art Space, Jogjakarta, Indonesia. “Harlah
ASRI”. Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
2006 “Young Arrows”, Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
”Jogjaku Ruwet’, Hotel Melia Purosani Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Peksiminas VII”, Balai Kesenian Makasar, Indonesia.
“Jakarta Art Award 2006 “Kisi-kisi Jakarta’, Gallery Ancol Jakarta,
2005 “Interaksi Joglo”, Gramedia, Solo, Indonesia. “Woman Day
International”, Gedung Societed, Taman budaya Yogyakarta
, Indonesia. Dies Natalis, Gallery ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Pratisara Affandi”, Galleri ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2004 “Borobudur Art Festival”, Magelang, Indonesia. “Kelompok
PUSER III”, Tom Silver, Gallery Magelang, Indonesia. Dies
Natalis ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2003 Kelompok PUSER II, Museum Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta,
Indonesia. Pameran Dies Natalis ISi Yogyakarta,
Indonesia. “Pratisara Affandi”, Gallery ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2002 “Ada Apa Dengan Cinta”, The Britisth Council Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Jadikan Aku Pacarmu”, Museum Benteng Vredeburg
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta, Gallery
ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Pameran Kelompok PUSER I,
Gallery ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2001 “Ayo Menggambar”, Sanggar Caping Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Gelar Seni Alam Raya”, Gallery ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Penghargaan :
2001 Penghargaan sketsa dari dosen pembimbing
2002 Penghargaan Lukis Cat Air dari dosen pembimbing
2006 Finalis Jakarta Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia
-Second Best Winner, Peksiminas VII, Makasar, Indonesia
2007 The Best Art Work at Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2008 Finalis 100 Tahun Kebangkitan Nasional Setelah 20 Mei,
Jogja Gallery Yogyakarta, Indonesia
-The Best artwork at Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Agus ‘Baqul’ Purnomo

Agus Baqul explored lines which are showing inter-related expressions, which are rain, gold, and numbers. Lines in the forms of numbers are the unique choice of Agus’ aesthetic-technique though they do not always materialised. Agus is a painter that seem to be immensely enjoying the composition for the fact that there are potentials to overcome their boundaries. Mathematically, numbers are not more than the base of sistemic composition formation but for Agus, they are also imaginary lines that can be contextualized according to his will of the heart.

We live in the phenomenon of the ever-intertwined various aspects which we are forced to accept for a long time with confiction that all aspects of live must be definite, including the relation of people and their nature. Rain, gold, and even numbers are parts of nature and in essence, humans are also part of nature. In this sense, Agus would like to show that the intentional relation is in essence is a modus of life’s richness.

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Was as born in Kendal, Central Java, 19 agustus 1975. Agus
graduated from Indonesian Institute of Art, Yogyakarta
Award (s)
2006 Finalist of “Jakarta Art Award”, Jakarta. Finalist of “International
Print & Drawing Biennale”, Taiwan. 1999 : Finalist
of “Nokia Art Award”, Jakarta. 1997 : The best of water color
FSR ISI Yogyakarta.
Solo Exhibition
2008 “Vortex 8”, Tembi Contemporary Gallery, Yogyakarta
2001 “Ruang Tanpa Ruang”, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta.

Selected Group Exhibition (s)
“Intentionality”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Thai & Indonesia Art Exchange”, Chalerm Phrakiat Art Gallery Uttaradit, Rajabhat University, Uttaradit, Thailand
“Pullman Artnight”, Pullman International Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
“ISI ISI”, Talenta Organizer, S 8 Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Thai & Indonesia Art Exchange”, Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Untukmu Guru”, HPAM, Museum Haji Widayat Magelang, Indonesia
“Enam Sembilan Quo Vadis Nusantara?“ Jogja Contemporary, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Titian Berkah”, Islamic Art Exhibition, Magelang, Indonesia
“AKSARA / RUPA”, Presentasi Karya Rupa Berbasis Aksara, Culture Center Koesnadi Hardja Soemantri ( Purna Budaya ) UGM, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Nandur Srawung, Pameran Rupa-Rupa Seni Rupa”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“Figuring Text, Texting Figure”, Jogja Contemporary, Sangkring Artspace, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Art @ Whiteaways”, VW Special Projects, The Whiteaways Arcade, George Town, Penang, Malaysia
“Gelar Seni Budaya Pesisir 2013”, Gedung Budaya Loka, Tuban, Indonesia
“Bazzar art ++”, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Halo-halo 6 ” Manila Contemporary, Philippines
“MONUMENTAL” , Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapure
“MINI- MONUMENTAL”, Valentine Willie Fine Art,KL, Malaysia
“Art Dubai”, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai,UAE
“Kembar Mayang”, Museum Haji Widayat, Magelang, Indonesia
“Negari Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat”, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Tropical Uniform”, AJBS Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia
“Freekick”, Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya, Indonesia
“Homo Luden #3”, Emmitan CA Gallery, Surabaya, Indonesia
“JAVA SPICE”, International Visual Art Exhibition, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“Headlight 2011”, Valentine Willie Fine Art,KL, Malaysia
“Halo-halo 5 ” Manila Contemporary, Philippines
“Speak Of”, jogjanews.com, Jogja National Museum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Nusantara di atas Kanvas”, Sampoerna Strategic, Jakarta, Indonesia
“Survey 2#10”, Edwin Gallery, Jakarta,Indonesia
“Colors of Asia”, Tobin Ohashi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Uprising Detik’96”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Art│Jog│11 “,Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Ilustrasi Cerpen KOMPAS 2011”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Indonesia
“BAYANG”, Pameran Besar Seni Rupa Kontemporer Islami Indonesia,National Art Gallery , Jakarta
“Art Motorcycle” ,tribute to Nurcholis, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta

“COGITO”, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia. “HEADLIGHT”
Valentine Willie Fine Art, KL, Malaysia. “HEADLIGHT”
Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore. “Fresh 4 U” Jogja Gallery,
Yogyakarta. “Halo-halo 1” Manila Contemporary, Philipines.
“Parameters + Play + Repetition = Patterns” Manila
Contemporary, Philipines. “BLUEPRINT FOR JOGJA” Tembi
Contemporary, Yogyakarta. “SURVEY #2” Edwin Gallery, Jakarta.

“Merayakan Perbedaan (Celebrating Diversity)”, Elegance
Galerry, Jakarta. “Grand Openning of Tembi Contemporary”,
Tembi Contemporary Gallery, Yogyakarta. “DAYA
PEREMPUAN” A2A Gallery Jakarta. “Looking In Ward” Ellegance
Gallery Jakarta. “Jawa Baru” SriSasanti Gallery
Yogyakarta.“Jogja Art Fair (JAF) Taman Budaya Yogyakarta.
“ReUnion” Detik 96. Sangkring Yogyakarta. “AHA”, V Art Gallery,
Yogyakarta. “888”, Bale Black Box Laboratory, Yogyakarta.
“Ya’Sin: The Untranslatable” Yogya Gallery, Yogyakarta.
“Play with 3D Objects”, Jogja National Museum (JNM), Yogyakarta.
“TENGGARA”, Novas Contemporary Urban Center
(CUC), Liverpool, UK. “All I Want for X-Mas”, Manila Contemporary,

“Nusantara Berkisah”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. “Artriangle”,
Wisma Soka Gakai, Kuala Lumpur. “Abstract Relation”,
Xoas Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. “BUZER”, Taman Budaya

“Art for Yogya”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. “Artcare”,
Soboman, Yogyakarta. “Wedding : Tobacco &Art OHD”,
Magelang. “International Print & Drawing Biennale”, National
Museum, Taiwan. “Kisi-Kisi Jakarta”, Jakarta Art Award,
Jakarta. “Terror? “, Intersection for The Art,California, US.

“Art for Aceh”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. “Cina Cinta”,
Mondecor Gallery, Jakarta. “Melihat Jagad dari Kaliurang,
Museum Ulen Setalu, Kaliurang, Yogyakarta. “ONE BY ONE
AND ONE”, OMBO Gallery, Yogyakarta. “BazArt”,Yogyakarta.
“Realitas Abstrak=NIRRUPA”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta.

“Project mager 2004,1+1=1 interaksi Yogya – KL”Malaysia,
KL. “HIPPELBUD” Ubud, Bali. “Immersion”, Maya Galery, KL.
“ Baz-art”, Vredeburg Museum, Yogyakarta. “NOTTHATBALAI”,
Taman Seputeh, KL. “ARTIADE, Olympic of Visual
Art,” Athens, Greece. “TRANSFORMATION”, UC UGM, Yogyakarta.
“FUND RISING GEDEBUK/Get The Book)”, Kedai
Kebun, Yogyakarta. “Project Mager Nusantara II Yogya
– KL”Malaysia, Yogyakarta. “Di Sini Akan Dibangun Mall
(DADM)” Yogyakarta.

“Refleksi 12 tahun,Sanggar Suwung”, Yogyakarta. “BazArt”,
Yogyakarta. “Pratisara Affandi”, ISI Yogyakarta. “Under
30” Pitoe Gallery, Yogyakarta.
2002 “Kata Rupa”, Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta. “Hitam putih
rasa strawberry”, Purna Budaya,Yogyakarta.“Sepiring Indonesia”,
Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta, Cirebon, Jakarta, Bandung.
“Drawing in the wind” Jakarta.“Detik’96,Iman Main
Mani”, Purna Budaya , Yogyakarta. 2001 : “Semar Samar
Semir mempertimbangkan Gus Dur”Gelaran Budaya. “Tanda
Mata”, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta. “GelArt-laporan dari
Yogyakarta,” Gelaran Budaya, Yogyakarta. “Dies Natalies
ISI”, Yogyakarta. “Mister”, Museum Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta.
2000 “Tujuh Tubuh Tumbuh”,GelaranBudaya,Yogyakarta. “Kepada
Yang Terhormat”Sanggar Suwung Yogyakarta. “Fund
raising for Maluku”, Malioboro,Yogyakarta. “Biru group”,
Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta.
1999 “Pratisara Affandi”ISI Yogyakarta. “Festival Kesenian
Yogyakarta XI,” Yogyakarta. “Indonesia Membentang Zaman”,
Yogyakarta. “Detik’ 96’, Museum Benteng Vredeburg,
Yogyakarta. “Postcard painting”, Tokyo and New
York. “Segilima”Melia Purosani hotel, Yogyakarta. “Festival
Kotagede,” Yogyakarta. “Festival Kesenian Indonesia”, Yogyakarta.
“Sepekan Seni Rupa”, Museum Benteng Vredeburg,
Yogyakarta. “Nokia Art Award 1999”, Jakarta.
1998 “Refleksi Zaman”, Yogyakarta.

Agus Suwage


Agus Suwage
Born 1959 in Purworejo, Central Java, Indonesia

2009 : “Still Crazy After All These Years” Jogja National Museum,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 2008 : “Beauty in the Dark”, Avanthay
Contemporary Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland.
2007 : “I/CON”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2005 : “Pause / Re-Play”, Galeri Soemardja, Institut Teknologi
Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia.
2004 : “Fabulous Fable”, Art Singapore, The Contemporary
Asian Art Fair, organized by Nadi Gallery, Suntec City,
Singapore. “Toys “S’ US”, CP- Asian Art Space – Jakarta,
Selasar Soenaryo – Bandung, Emmitan Gallery – Surabaya,
Gaya Fusion of Sense – Sayan, Bali, Bentara Budaya,
Jogjakarta, Indonesia. “Playing the Fool”, Valentine Willie
Fine Art – Southeast Asian Painting & Works of Art, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia.
2003 : “Ough…Nguik!!”, National Gallery, Jakarta, organized by
Nadi Gallery, Indonesia.
2002 : Atelier Frank and Lee Gallery, Singapore. “Channel of
Desire”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
2001 : ”I&I&I”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Beautify”,
Cemeti Art House, Jogjakarta, Indonesia.
2000 : “Sai-no-kuni”, Artist in residence exhibition, Gen Gallery
& Public center Koshigaya, Saitama, Japan. “Eksotika
dotkom”, Gallery Soemardja, ITB, Bandung, Indonesia.
1999 : Millennium Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
1998 : Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Jogjakarta, Indonesia.
“Anxiety Representation” Galeri Padi, Bandung, Indonesia.
1997 : “Room of Mine” Lontar Art Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
1996 : H Block Gallery QUT, Brisbane, Australia. 1995 :
Cemeti Contemporary Art Gallery, Jogjakarta, Indonesia.

Tramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th
Anniversary Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia,
2009 :
Happiness 9, Philo Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Simple Art of Parody” Museum of Contemporary Art,
Taipei, Taiwan. “The Golden Age” Ark Galerie, Jakarta,
Indonesia. “Milestone” Vanessa Art Link, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Hibridization” North Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2008 : “Allegorical Bodies~ Indian Contemporary Art” A Art
Contemporary Space, Taipei, Taiwan. “Dari Penjara ke Pigura”
Galeri Salihara, Jakarta, Indonesia. “ShContemporary 08”
The Asia Pasific Contemporary Art Fair, Beyond Art Space,
Shanghai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China. “Passions”
ShContemporary 08, The Asia Pasific Contemporary Art Fair,
Galeri Canna, Shanghai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China.
“Bentuk-Bentuk” by Valentine Willie Fine Art & Nadi Gallery,
Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne, Australia. “Loro Blonyo
Kontemporer”, Magelang, Indonesia. “Merti Bumi”, Lerep
Kampung Seni, Ungaran, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia. “Space/
Spacing” Galeri Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia. “Coffe,
Cigarettes and Pad Thai” Eslite Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.
“Manifesto” Galeri Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia. “CIGE”,
Nadi Gallery, Beijing, China. “Inanimate Performance” Soka
Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan. “The Scale of Black” Valentine
Willie Fine Art, Singhapore. “Animal Kingdom” Jogja Galery,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

2007 : “Biennale Jogja IX 2007 ”Neo-Nation”, Jogjakarta
National Museum, Indonesia. “Ar[t]chipelago Alert”,
Tonyraka Art Gallery, Bali, Indonesia. “Luar Biasa”, Galeri
Biasa, Jogjakarta, Indonesia. “Art Paris-Abu Dhabi”, Abu
Dhabi, Uni Emirates Arab. Asian International Art Exhibition
22nd “Imagining Asia”, Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Bandung,
Indonesia. “Shanghai Contemporary Art 2007”, Shanghai,
China. “Celebr’art’e Fire Boar”, Kupu-Kupu Art Gallery,
Jakarta / Griya Santrian, Bali. “On Appropriation”, Galeri
Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia. “Fetish Art Object”, Biasa
Art Space, Kuta, Bali, Indonesia. “Thermocline of Art” New
Asian Waves, ZKM, Kalsruhe, Germany. “Anti-Aging”, Gaya
Art Space, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. “Imagined Affandi”, Galeri
Semarang, Semarang, Indonesia. “China International
Gallery Exposition” Langgeng Gallery & Vanessa Art Link,
Beijing, China. “The Past – The Forgotten Time”, The Hague,
Artoteek Den Haag / the Netherlands Institute for War
Documentation (NIOD), Amsterdam / Cemeti Art House,
Yogyakarta / Erasmushuis,Jakarta / Rumah Seni Yaitu,
Semarang / Bizart, Shanghai. “Beautiful Dead”, Bentara
Budaya, Jogjakarta, Indonesia. “Indonesian Contemporary
Artnow”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Jogja
Sketsavagansa”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Jogjakarta,

2006 : “Common Link”, Vanessa Art Link, Chao Yang District,
Beijing,China. “Singapore Biennale 2006”, Singapore. “Masa
Lalu Masa Lupa”, Cemeti Art House, Jogjakarta, Indonesia.
“The 21st Asian International Art Exhibition”, Singapore Art
Museum, Ayala Museum Philipines & Gracia Art Gallery,
Surabaya, Indonesia. “Signed And Dated”, Valentine Willie
Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. “2nd Graphic Triennale.
2006”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Masa
dan Tanda-Tanda”, Vanessa Art Link, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2005 : ”Poros Pembebasan”, Rahayu Artspot, Jogjakarta,
Indonesia. “Etalase”, Galeri Semarang, Semarang, Central
Java, Indonesia. “Eksodus Barang”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta,
Indonesia. ”AKU, Chairil, dan Aku”, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta,
Indonesia. ”Intermezo”, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang,
Central Java, Indonesia. ”Jejak-Jejak Drawing”, Edwin’s
Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Beauty and Terror”, Loft
Gallery, Paris, France. “21st and Beyond”, 21st Anniversary
of Edwin’s Gallery, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. “2nd
CP Biennale – Urban/Culture”, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Summit
Event Bali Biennale-Space and Scape”, Bali, Indonesia.
“Here & Now”, Ramzy Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Asian
Contemporary Art”, Singapore. “Quota 2005”, Icon Langgeng
Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.

2004 : ”Air Kata-kata”, Pameran Illustrator Buku Shindunata,
Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Passion: Etno-
Identity”, Galeri Canna, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Wings of Words
Wings of Color”, Langgeng Gallery, Magelang, Central Java,
Indonesia. “Artscope” Selasar Soenaryo, Bandung, Indonesia.
“3rd Canna’s Gallery Anniversary”, Canna Gallery, Jakarta,
Indonesia. “Lima Ruang”, Puri Art Space, Malang, East Java,
Indonesia. “Indonesia – China Exhibition”, organized by LOFT
Gallery Paris-Barcelona-Hongkong, Pakubowono Residence
Hall, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Reformasi”, Sculpture Square,
Singapore. “Olimpiade”, Nadi Gallery in Pakubowono
Residence, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Silent Action: Creativity for
Tolerance and Peace”, 4th Art Summit, National Gallery,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “Transindonesia: scoping culture in
contemporary Indonesia Art”, The Govett-Brewster Art
Gallery, New Zealand. “Exodus Barang”, Nady Gallery,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “Jejak-jejak Drawing”, Edwin’s Gallery,
Jakarta, Indonesia.

Ade Pasker

Ade Pasker, menampilkan ruang darimana kehidupan pribadinya ada di sana, ruang keramaian jalan. Ruang di mana kita bisa berinteraksi dengan siapa pun, sahabat dan orang asing, dalam waktu
relatif lama maupun singkat, menunggu atau melepas waktu dengan percuma. Keramaian jalan merupakan salah satu simbol dari keseharian hidup manusia urban.

My Space

Ade Pasker
Ade Pasker
Sungai Penuh, Sumatra Barat, 9 Agustus 1981. Indonesia
Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta

Selected Exhibition

2011 : My Space, Philo Art Space, Jakarta.
2010 : Infinity
8, Elcanna gallery Jakarta. Jogja art share gumregah,
Jogja national Museum. Action 2001, Taman
Budaya Jogjakarta. Bakaba Sakato Comunity, Jogja
National Museum. Underground felfet, Museum of
Midle Surabaya. “Jogja Memang Istimewa“, Purnabudaya
2009 : The High Light, Jogja National
Museum Jogjakarta. Senang-senang, Gallery
Tujuh Bintang, Jogjakarta. Trapesium- Edwind gallery
Jogjakarta. Up and Hope, Real art space Jakarta.
Formisi- Taman Budaya Padang, West Sumatra. Exposigns,
exhibition Visual Art Indonesia, Jogja Expo
Center Jogjakarta.


Abdi Setiawan


Abdi Setiawan
December 29, 1971 in Sicincin,Pariaman, Indonesia. Education
: 1993 – 2003 Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI/ Indonesian Institute
of Fine Arts) Yogyakarta Indonesia

Solo Exhibition
2010 Solo Exhibition “New Sculptures”, Metis Gallery , Amsterdam,
2007 “The Flaneur” Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
2004 “Gairah Malam” France Cultural Center, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Selected Group Exhibition
ramendum, Philo Art Space Fine Art 5th Anniversary
Exhibition, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta.
Pameran “Shopping”, Nadi Gallery , Jakarta Art District (
JAD ), Jakarta , Indonesia. Pameran “No Direction Home,
Edwin’s Gallery, jakarta. Art Amsterdam, RAI, Amsterdam,
Netherlands. Pameran SPACE & IMAGE ,Ciputra World Marketing
Gallery ,Jakarta. MiArt, Milan,Italy. “ Ecce Homo” ,
Gallery Semarang, Semarang , Indonesia. “bakaba”, Sakato
Art Community , Jogja Nasional Museum, Yogyakarta. Indonesian
Contemporary Photograpy Exhibition ” LOOK!SEE?
“,Nadi Gallery , Jakarta, Indonesia

Jogja Biennalle X JogjaJamming, Yogyakarta , Indonesia.
“Higher Ground”, Metis Galleri, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
“XYZ” , Edwin Gallery , Jakarta , Indonesia. SOUTH
Yogyakarta,Indonesia. From 2D to 3D,Summer Exhition ,Sin
Sin Gallery, Hongkong. “Poli [ Chromatic ]“ ,V-Art dan Bentara
Budaya Yogyakarta , Indonesia. “In Rainbow“, Galeri
Sunaryo Sampoerna, Surabaya, Indonesia. “GRIP” Young
Contemporary Artists from Indonesia and China, Vanessa
Art Link, Art District 798, Beijing. “ The Spirit of Interaction “
Erasmus Huis , Jakarta , Indonesia.

“SELF PORTRAIT – Famous Living Artists of Indonesia”,
Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. ” LAMPU MERAH”
Kelompok SEMOET, Bika Galery, Jakarta. ”Bentuk-bentuk:
contemporary indonesian art in 3D, Melbourne Art Fair,
Australia. “Contemporary Apaan Tuh?” heART Space, Bali,
Indonesia. “Res Publicum”Canna Gallery”Canna Gallery,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “MANIFESTO “ Galeri Nasional Jakarta,
Indonesia. “KITA” Japanese Artists Meet Indonesia, Organized
by The Japan Foundation, LIP Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Ivaa Book Aid Volume 2” Edwin’s Gallery Jakarta, Indonesia.
“China International Gallery Exposition” Beijing, Chinna.
“Strategies Towards The Real: S.Soedjojono and Contemporary
Indonesian Art”NUS Museum, Singapore

“Anti Aging” Gaya Fusion, Art Space Bali, Indonesia. “Boeng
Ajo Boeng 100th Affandi” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta,
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Quota” Gallery National Jakarta,

“Habis Gelap Tak Kunjung Padam” Photography & Film
Exhibition, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Orde & Order” Archives Exhibition of Yayasan Cemeti
Collection, Kedai Kebun Forum, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Beyond The Limits and Its Challenges” Jakarta Biennale,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “Wedding Tobacco and Art” Magelang,
Indonesia. “The First Indonesia Contemporary Art Festival”
Langgeng Gallery, Magelang, Indonesia. “Jakarta Collectors
II” John H.Mc. Glynn, Jakarta Indonesia. “8 Young Contemporaries”
Art Forum, Singapore. “ICON : Retrospective”
Jogja Gallery, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “People of Asia” Art
Forum, Singapore

“Art of Aceh” Societed Militair, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Spirit of Play” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta Indonesia.
“Omong Kosong #1” Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Makan Seni Rupa” Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Open
View” Biasa Art Space, Bali, Indonesia. “Urban/ Culture”
CP International Biennale 2005, Bank Indonesia Museum,
Jakarta, Indonesia. “Ayo Ngguyu” Bentara Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Kecil Itu IndahVIII” Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia.
“Di sini & Kini 8th” Yogyakarta Biennale, Taman Budaya
Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“Barcode” 16th Yogyakarta Art Festival, Taman Budaya
Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Di sini Akan Dibangun Mall” Public
Art Exhition, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Environmental Art
“ 27th Sasenitala ISI Yogyakarta Dies Natalis, Bebeng, Yogyakarta,

“What’s in Your Pocket?” Purna Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Reply” 15th Yogyakarta Art Festival, Yogyakarta,

“Kata Rupa” Gelaran, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Sepiring Indonesia”
Yogyakarta, Bandung, Bali, Indonesia. “Gelar Seni
Alam Raya” ISI Gallery Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2001 “Phillip Morris Indonesia Art Award” National Gallery of
Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. “Kelompok Semoet II” Purna
BUdaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia. “Gelanggang Seni Sakato”
Purna Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
“Kelompok Semoet I” Purna Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
“Seni Budaya Minang” TIM Jakarta, Indonesia

“The 9th Yogyakarta Indonesia Festival, Benteng Vredeburg
Museum Yogyakarta, Indonesia

“The 8th Yogyakarta Art Festival, Benteng Vredeburg Yogyakarta,
Indonesia. “Dialog Dua Kota I” Cipta Gallery, TIM
Jakarta, Indonesia

2001 : Finalist of Philip Morris Art Award