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The World of Words

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!

Catalog:
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)
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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
2003 “EKSISTENSIALISME”, FSR ISI Yogyakarta

CAMP
2012 ECO STROKE ART CAMP. Marari Beach Kerala India

Selected Group Exhibition(s)
2012
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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

2011
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Pameran Food And Paper, RAC Magelang
Pameran Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Galeri Nasional
Jakarta
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

2010
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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

2009
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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

2008
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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

2007
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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

2006
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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

2005
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Pameran di Four Season Hotel Jakarta
Pameran di Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta
Pameran di Museum Ulen Sentalu Yogyakarta

2004
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Pameran lukis dan patung di Jogja Ekspo Center Yogyakarta
Pameran di Jogja Village Inn Yogyakarta

2003
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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

2002
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Pameran lima pelukis Yogyakarta, Gallery Proklamasi Jakarta
Pameran “Fathomless 7”, Mien Gallery Yogyakarta
Pameran di Etnik Kafe Yogyakarta

2001
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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

2000
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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

1999
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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

1998
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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

1997
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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

1996
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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

2005
Lukis Dinding Di Taman Parkir Serangan Yogyakarta
Lukis Relief Di AMPTA Yogyakarta
Lukis Dinding Di IKIP Yogyakarta
Lukis Dinding “ Kareda” Yogyakarta
2004
Lukis Dinding Di AMPTA Yogyakarta

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Anniversary Expressions

PhiloArt Space is celebrating its seventh anniversary in September 9, 2012. The years have been a meaningful period for us in our journey walking through the world of Indonesia’s arts, especially in the path of contemporary arts history. PhiloArt Space does not play in vast areas such as other galleries. We focus on only the contemporary arts specializing in urban themes and issues.

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.

Urban culture is a representation of many faces of expressions. Differences become the logical base for relation and movement extension. Every time we are offered a myriad of displays; presented in various motives, intentions, methods and other habits of people with different education and cultural background; displays which make urban space so elusive to define.

However, it is from this complexity of the urban faces that we all came to the acknowledgement that those expressions are phenomenologically driven by the desire to fulfill people’s ‘well being’, and therefore the intentions, dreams, identities, strategies, communicative relations, competencies, and all other things cannot be taken in half focus.

The very abundance of urban faces makes it seemingly without expression. Seemingly – as we are at any time may be presented with unexpected possibilities; events that happen without notice which force the emergence of something that we call self-identity or the culture of self representation at that moment – in the events of violence, either physically or symbolically. But we would soon be back at our initial realization that the urban complexities are something that cannot be avoided and that we do not need to bathe them with too much attention. As if they are not serious enough to fight for.symbolically. But we would soon be back at our initial realization that the urban complexities are something that cannot be avoided and that we do not need to bathe them with too much attention. As if they are not serious enough to fight for.

For seven years PhiloArt Space has been actively representing various urban themes: time and space, humanity, relationship, and many others. We have been very happy with the enthusiasm and the great appreciation that the society has paid to the artists – artists who are quite new in the arts life; those who we have represented in single or group exhibitions.

For our seventh anniversary we intentionally do not carry special theme. We would just call our theme ‘Anniversary Expressions’. Some of the artists have had their works exhibited in PhiloArt Space, but some are new names; all with their own unique styles. Our thanks to Cubung Wahono Putra, Doel AB, Tri Pandrong, Sardono W Kusumo, Edo Pop, Bambang Wibawarta, Nurmilisani, Samy Zimah, Farid Shikumbang.
Happy Exhibiting!
Tommy F Awuy
curator

Catalog:
Anniversary Expressions

Artists:

Sardono W Kusumo, Doel AB, Samy Zimah, Nur Milisani, Edo Pop, Cubung WP, Farid Shikumbang, Tri Pandrong, Bambang Wibawarta

9 – 24 september, 2013

 

 

 

 

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Rhythm of Art – Erizal As

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
Curator
Catalog:
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.

AWARDS

– 10 Finalists, Lomba Keterampilan Siswa Tingkat Nasional, Jakarta
– Painting Contest, Lomba Lukis Wajah pahlawan, museum Aditiawarman, Barat.
– Finalists Philip Morris Art Awards V.
2000
– 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.
2006
– Finalists Jakarta Art Awards, 2006
2007
– As 20 nominees of visual art competition of The Thousand Mysteries of Borobudur

Solo Exhibition

2012
Rhythm of art, philo art space, jakarta

2007
– Solo Exhibition ‘lines Project’ Koong Gallery, Jakarta

Selected Group
2012
– Painting Exhibition, FREEKICK, Convention Hall Royal Square, Surabaya

2011
– 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

2010
– 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

2009
– 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

2008
– 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

2007
– 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

2006
– 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

2005
– 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.
– “DIES NATALIS ISI YOGYAKARTA KE XXI & NYOMAN GUNARSA PRIZE Fine Arts, ISI Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Nasi Campur” Taksu Gallery, Jakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “ANTHOLOGY”, Mondecor Gallery,Jakarta

2004
– 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.

2003
– 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

2002
– Painting Exhibition “ Diversity in Harmony” Gedung societed, yogyakarta
– Nomimated Painting Exhibition “PEKSIMINAS”,UKDW, Yogyakarta.

2001
– Painting Group Exhibition “LENTERA Group”,Purna Budaya Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “ Untuk Semua Umur” Air Rumah Seni, Jakarta.

2000
– 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.

1999
– 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

1998
– Painting Exhibition “LEPAS 97, FSR ISI” Gampingan,Yogyakarta.
– Painting Exhibition “Refleksi Zaman” Benteng Vredeburg, Yogyakarta.
– Painting Competition “Philip Morris Art Awards V”, Jakarta.

1997
– Group Exhibition “SAKATO II”, Purna Budaya Yogyakarta.