CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS HONG KONG GALLERY EXHIBITIONS
From September to October 2011, work by five Indonesian painters was on show at Hong Kong gallery iPRECIATION. The selection was described by the space as “surreal and thought-provoking” and included work by artists like Alfi Jumaldi and Budi Ubrux.
Below we bring you a number of images from the exhibition which included work by renowned Indonesian artists Budi Ubrux (b. 1968), Alfi Jumaldi (b. 1973), Edo Pop (b. 1972), Samsul Arifin (b. 1979) and Riki Antoni (b. 1977).
- Indonesian ethnicity on display in national gallery show – December 2010 – exhibition followed by mixed reviews
- Para/Site bring Indonesian moving image to Hong Kong – Record Waves exhibition – December 2010 – an assemblage of examples of the development of video art in Indonesia
- Jumaldi Alfi shifts from painting to installation with Life/Art # 10 – November 2010 – includes nine “blackboard” paintings, an installation of a skeleton on a wooden boat and a video
- Comic art of Popok Tri Wahyudito portrays scenes of transport calamity – September 2010 – Wahyudi uses “Jogja comic style” to create paintings which narrate the experiences of mass transport users
- Nindityo Adipurnomo talks with Art Radar on “+Road” collaboration with Myanmar artists, “gambling spirit” of Indonesian collectors – July 2010 – fascinating story of collaborative venture with artists from Myanmar
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