‘Resolution’ as Expression of 11 Artists at Yearend

‘Resolution’ as Expression of 11 Artists at Yearend

A total of 11 artists from various characters hold an exhibition featuring the theme ‘Resolution’ at Richstone Gallery, Umalas Kangin, North Kuta, Badung. The exhibition coinciding with the moment of employment of the Balinese art ahead of the yearend 2016 and welcoming the New Year 2017 takes place on December 3, 2016 – January 3,

A total of 11 artists from various characters hold an exhibition featuring the theme ‘Resolution’ at Richstone Gallery, Umalas Kangin, North Kuta, Badung. The exhibition coinciding with the moment of employment of the Balinese art ahead of the yearend 2016 and welcoming the New Year 2017 takes place on December 3, 2016 – January 3, 2017.

The exhibition showcases 25 paintings that consist of 21 paintings (by eight painters) and four statues (by three sculptors). Each artist offers an interesting point of view in interpreting the hope ahead of the New Year 2017. They showcase the works pursuant to their character, so that each work has its own uniqueness.

The participating artists are Anthok S, Ahmad Pandi, A.A. Gde Jaya Wikrama, Budi Gugi, Galung Wiratmaja, Ketut Putrayasa, Made Supena, Made Santika, Mathew Abel, Rodrigue Grego, and Sinjang Poer. “As a tradition, the resolution runs almost all over the world for individuals and communities to interpret the moment of the turn of the year by creating an expectation that could possibly be implemented in the New Year,” said Dwi S Wibowo, the curator.

Through the works of the art, the artists want to invite people to see the hope in the New Year from the perspective of the artists having different cultural background. The essence of life and various aspects including spirituality, personality, vision and ambition can be presented by the artists through their technical competency in processing the art materials into a work with high aesthetic value.

The messages in their works have transformed into an expectation. It can be seen from the essence of visual characteristics and themes that they process in preparing this exhibition. Their messages are no longer passive and stop as a statement, but have become a stimulus awaiting a response from spectators. (BTN/015)

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