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Erica’s Commitment to Naivety

Erica Hestu Wahyuni, Vacation in Prosperity, 2003, acrylic on canvas, 150 x 200 cm In Erica Hestu Wahyuni’s works, elephants, overlapping figures, crowds, and a sense of the childlike still abound.  For many artists, consistence is still understood as the ways in which they preserve their works’ form and style. Especially so, for those artists with...

RESUME “Fine Art Round Table Discussion: Indonesian Modern Paintings”

On May 24, 2012, Sarasvati Art Management with media partner, Tempo, hosted the “Fine Art Round Table Discussion: Indonesian Modern Paintings”. The event took place at the multifunction room of the National Gallery from 08.30 – 15.00 and was attended by various stakeholders and figures in the Indonesian art world. The attendance of more...

Interfere the Relation between Man and Nature through Concepts

Twelve artists play between the domain of arts and science at the Beast/Bloom for Thee: Biota Etc, Canna Gallery English Statesman and poet, Robert Bulwer-Lytton, said art and science have their meeting point in method. It is from here that we can find Leonardo Da Vinci’s excellence, who according to American computer expert, Ben Shneiderman,...

Reading the Universe in the Pages of A Book

Communicating personal concepts to the public will always be a source of struggle for an artist, especially in choosing what idiom will be used. This is why the success of a work may be measured by whether or not an audience is able to bring out a certain meaning, by appreciating its idiom. In...

Weighing Up Burden in Jumaadi’s Works

Pain and suffering are not always terrifying or ugly. There are a number of works that purposefully take suffering as its subject matter. Take, for example, the painting Pieta with St. Jerome and Santa Maria Magdalena by Pietro Perugino, or an even more extreme example of the terrifying, the slab of beef in Chaim...

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