January 29 – February 28, 2010
Christian Tamandong and Vincent Padilla, two of the Philippines most talented artists, presented jointly by Art Sentral Asia and Galerie Waterton
Christian Tamandong turns a playful eye on the familiar representation of animals, alluding to everything from the characterization of creatures in children fables, to their allegoric associations, to their almost royal regard in certain cultures.
Vincent Padilla is known for his ironic socio political agenda, and his works are at first glance funny from the visual images he uses, but after digesting the deeper meaning comes out the hidden agenda of his socio political discourse.
November 20 – December 19, 2009
Solo exhibition featuring Feroz Khan, in collaboration with HKFineart. The Indian artist Feroz Khan draws his inspiration from the maze of vibrant visuals scattered over the too familiar space of Delhi. The result is a succession of elaborate scenes of daily human activity – simple and tidy figurative arrangements on canvas – an increasingly rare genre in today’s art scene.
October 4 – November 13, 2009
Paintings by 12 Indonesian artists, including Djoko Pekik, Rusli, Putu Sutawijaya, Pupuk DP, I Made Djirna, Gatot Widodo, Stefan Buana, Diah Yulianti , Isur Suroso and Hayatuddin.
September 4 – 27, 2009
Solo exhibition by Gatot Widodo. In this solo exhibition of Indonesian artist Gatot Widodo’s latest paintings, the inspiring element is Eros, the god of Love. Gatot visualizes Love in his unique and recognizable style, reminiscent of the Wayang Kulit figures (shadow puppets) from the traditional culture of his native Java, and the result if enchanting.
July 25 – August 20, 2009
Solo exhibition of Chandra Johan’s recent paintings. In this series of portraits and depictions of the human body, Indonesian artist Chandra Johan expresses his frustration and sadness at the inhumanity and anonymity of modern society.
June 20 – July 19, 2009
Solo exhibition featuring the works of Diah Yulianti. This Indonesian artist draws her inspiration from the cultural, social and spiritual richness of her native Kalimantan. Using flamboyant reds and earth tones, her paintings depict the many connections, tensions and communions between the individual and her environment. Her art is captivating in the way it incorporates traditional symbols and illustrates the artist’s spiritual connection to her land and people.