Y Indra Wahyu N


Indonesian
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2014

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2012

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2014

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About The Artist

Y. Indra Wahyu was born in Lampung, Indonesia on July 12, 1977. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Art at the Indonesia Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta. Indra has participated in numerous exhibitions in different parts of Indonesia from 1998 to 2011. In 1998 and 1999, Indra won the award for Best Watercolour and Sketch by the Faculty of Fine Art at the Indonesia Institute of Art (ISI) Yogyakarta. He also emerged as the Grand Regional Award winner for the 31st UOB Painting of the Year 2012 in Singapore. The artwork titled "School Hymms" depict a school choir which honoured the role of schools in imparting knowledge and creating a harmonious society.
Awards

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2012 - 31st UOB Painting of the Year Grand Regional Award Winner, Singapore

1999 – Best Water Colour from Faculty of Fine Art of Indonesia Institute of Art (ISI)
Yogyakarta

1998 – The Best sketch from Faculty of Fine Art of Indonesia Institute of Art (ISI)


 

Exhibitions

2009 – “Self Pleasure”, Roommate Visual Art Curatorial Lab. Yogyakarta

1998 – “Manusia dan Harapan – Kompleksitas Masyarakat Urban, Painting – Art Work
Exhibition, Loby Seni Murni, ISI Yogyakarta

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Y Indra Wahyu N
Urban Dreamtime

Amongst whirlwind colour and dizzying brushstroke illusions lie the astute observations of a social thinker, observing the modern world from eyes that acutely bring to life the vistas behind streams of consciousness. Moulding representation into painterly abstract, the experienced hand of Indra Wahyu channels emotion and energy through composition and subject with a raw truth that has become the trademark of the present age of firebrand Indonesian artists. Insightful, honest, and yet filled with the cascading motion of aesthetic flow, the art of Indra Wahyu is a flurry of snapshot reality, encased in fantastical imagery.

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