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2005 archive

IT an approach to Indonesian contemporary art
20-Dec-2005

This show includes pieces that are part of the collection of the gallery, and exists simply from the desire to present the works of Indonesian artists whom I met during my recent visits to Jogjakarta. Such meetings have contributed to deepen my interest in contemporary Indonesian art. Within an international context, BIASA ArtSpace wishes to…

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TRANS IT
10-Oct-2005

At a time when representation is returning as an important focus of attention in contemporary fine arts, realistic forms make up a significant language reference for composition in the art of painting. This language can also be observed in a group exhibition by fourteen young artists— from the Klinik Seni Taxu Bali community: Wayan Suja,…

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FEDERICO TOMASI | yellow line district
22-Aug-2005

Face and body, bodies and faces. Since the beginning of fine art’s history, they have represented one of the favorite subjects for the artist. From bodies painted on the walls of ancient caves by our ancestors and faces of religious icons with no prospective at the end of the middle ages to Bodies and faces…

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OPEN VIEW
23-Jul-2005

Rarely is an artist found. Rarer still, is when you find a group of artists all in the same place, all real contemporary artists, all friends and all living in the same vicinity, as neighbors. But more then that, they all share their own ideas and concepts, discussing them, experimenting with new methodology and media…

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