Lotus #5, 2009 – Sutjipto Adi In 1987, thirty-year old East Javanese artist Sutjipto Adi, exhibited paintings at TIM Jakarta Cultural Center, in his second solo show. Sophisticated and highly articulate, Adi’s visionary compositions revealed an extraordinary talent that was to capture the attention of the Indonesian contemporary art world. Combining meticulous drawing with … Continue reading Sutjipto Adi
Badak Taman Ujung Karangasem – Made Budhiana Impressions of some of Bali’s most important archeological sites, the 11th century Gunung Kawi temple in Tampaksiring, and the stone reliefs at Yeh Pulu in Bedulu, along with dramatic landscapes depictions from remote East Bali, went on display at the Bali Artists’ Camp 2016 Exhibition. Open from … Continue reading Bali Artists’ Camp 2016 Exhibition
Sejarah Perdaban Cina di Bali – I Putu Adi More 60 images of the reknown Balinese modern traditional style of the Keliki School of Miniature Painting went on display, 18 April at Ubud’s Museum Puri Lukisan. The Keliki Kawan Exhibition 2017, by the Werdi Jana Kerti Artist’s Association, continues until 3 June at Ubud’s … Continue reading Keliki Kawan Miniature Painting Exhibition: Werdi Jan Kerti Artist’s Assoc.