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Islamic Art Exhibition – Harmony In Hues

Lobby WTC 3, 11 March 2024 – 31 May 2024

Harmony in Hues is an art exhibition that boldly ventures beyond conventional boundaries, inviting guests to immerse themselves in the captivating intersection of colors, culture, and religion. Going beyond the mere exploration of visual harmony, this showcase achieves a profound integration of vibrant local culture and Islamic traditions.

In each meticulously curated piece, the color palette transforms into a vibrant metaphor, eloquently capturing the essence of interconnectedness and unity inherent in Indonesia’s diverse cultural and Islamic heritage. This exhibition's theme holds particular relevance to Ramadan, as it is a sacred time of spiritual reflection and renewal for Muslims worldwide. As the holy month inspires introspection and harmony, the artworks serve as a visual journey into the intertwining beauty of cultural diversity and Islamic traditions.

Featuring the distinctive works of seven esteemed artists, including Ahmad Sadali, Arahmaiani, Carla Agustina, Faisal Kamandobat, Nasirun, and Prihatmoko Moki, each brings a unique perspective to the theme, infusing their creations with individual styles and imaginative visions.

'Harmony in Hues' invites you to witness the resonating beauty of Indonesia's cultural and Islamic synthesis, offering a captivating narrative that is both timely and timeless. Immerse yourself in the exploration of how contemporary art, through its diverse expressions, crafts profound meaning and beauty in the harmonious interplay of colors and cultural elements. The exhibition serves as a celebration of the symbiosis between tradition and modernity, where the brushstrokes of each artist become a testament to the intricate dance between cultural heritage and Islamic principles.

Agus Zimo (b. 1978) explores surrealist landscapes and scenes that often serve as allegorical and metaphorical depictions of Indonesia’s daily life and its endeavors. Bearing somewhat similarity as well to the works of Hieronymus Bosch and his fantasy-like landscapes. Beyond his artistic pursuits, Agus Zimo is committed to education, contributing as an extracurricular teacher at Al-Azhar and an SBK teacher at SDIT Ibnu Taimiyyah. His dedication extends beyond the canvas, making a meaningful impact both in the art world and the realm of education.

Arahmaiani (b. 1961) stands out as one of Indonesia's preeminent contemporary artists, garnering international acclaim for her impactful and thought-provoking commentary on social, political, and cultural issues. Emerging as a trailblazer in Southeast Asia's performance art scene during the 80s, she demonstrated remarkable versatility across various artistic media. Arahmaiani often delves into themes like love, spirituality, and cultural identity within the contemporary societal framework. Her art, a testament to her interdisciplinary approach, seamlessly incorporates various mediums to convey intricate and profound ideas.

Carla Agustina (b. 1998) is Bandung-based artist graduated in 2020 from Fine Art of Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia. Most of her works are the externalization of what she thinks, feels, and observe, using charcoal on canvas as a form of expression. A lot of her works revolve around her reflections, including various human feeling that cannot be predicted and are full of secrets, as well as intimate personal experiences. Naivety and intimate impressions of her works transform into a play of light, fabric and achromatic colors.

Faisal Kamandobat (b. 1979) was born in Cilacap, Central Java, Indonesia. He is a poet, writer and visual artist. He studied anthropology at the University of Indonesia and currently works as a researcher at the Abdurrahman Wahid Center for Peace and Humanities, Universitas Indonesia (AWCPH-UI), Jakarta. His artistic journey in the fine arts has been shaped by influential figures such as Heri Dono, Nasirun and Samuel Indratma. His visual creations predominantly take the form of manuscripts, intertwining literature and fine arts, as they draw inspiration from Sufi knowledge, tradition and modern science. Embracing a contemporary approach, his visual style reflects a progressive evolution of folk art in the region.

Nasirun (b. 1965) is graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design, Institute of Fine Arts, Yogyakarta in 1994. The touch of detail in the work provides a deep understanding of the beauty and complexity of an ever-evolving cultural heritage. Through the work "Sujud-Wirid Kendang", Nasirun reflects the values of local wisdom and acculturated Islamic spirituality. Wayang, which often appears in his paintings, is not only used as an art object, but also as a symbol of the deep spirituality of the archipelago's diverse cultural heritage. He is very close to traditional art and talks a lot about human nature from a spiritual perspective.

Prihatmoko Moki (b. 1982) works and lives in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He obtained his BFA from Indonesian Institute of Fine-Art, majoring in the Printmaking Department in 2009. His main interest in printmaking/silkscreen technique is departing from the idea of artworks as vernacular objects that produce in multiple copies and the notion of originality and copy, since the ability of printmaking to produce works in edition. In his recent works, he is interested in historical views, which are human made, in which create a tension and blurriness between fiction and reality. Departing from these he uses historical myth as a tool to discuss and requestioning the social contemporary situations. In his project he prefers to approach the issue in satire which purpose is to generate broader arguments.

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