I Made Arya Palguna

I Made Arya Palguna

i made arya palagunaBorn in 1976 in Ubud, Bali, he first learned painting under his father, I Ketut Sudana, a well-known painter in his own right. He received his Bachelors degree from ISI Yogyakarta in 1996 and he has lived in Yogyakarta since. A versatile artist, his distinctive style appears in his paintings, sculptures and other three-dimensional objects, and installation art, even performance art and murals. He has exhibited extensively in Indonesia and abroad. His most recent solo exhibition was “the Isle of Bliss” at LVS Gallery, Seoul, South Korea (2012). He has received many commissions (for murals and performance art works) and has been invited to various workshops, fellowships, and residency programs, most recently at Muong’s Cultural Museum, Vietnam (2012). He is a two-time finalist of the Philip Morris Art Awards (2011, 2012) and finalist at the Indofood Art Awards (2002).

Selected Art Activities and Exhibitions:

2012– “The Isle of Bliss”. Solo show. LVS Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

2012– Changwon Asian Art Biennale, Busan, South Korea

2011– “Avowal”. Solo show. Bentara Budaya Jogjakarta, Indonesia

2011– Asia Art Link. Group exhibition. Philippines Cultural Centre, Manila, the Philippines

2011– “We Art Together”. Kuala Selangor, Malaysia

2010– “Menggali Tulang”. Solo show. Tembi Contemporary Art, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2009– “Jogja Jamming” Biennale Jogja X, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

2009– Group Exhibition at M Gallery, Daegu, Korea

2008– “Ritus Air”. Solo show. Sri Sasanti, Jogjakarta, Indonesia

2007– “Nostalgia”. Duo exhibition. Komaneka Gallery, Bali, Indonesia

2006– “Atap Langit”. Solo show. Kiridesa Gallery, Singapore

2003– “Fantasi tak Berujung”. Solo show. Mon Decor Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2001– “Premature”. Solo show. Art Centre, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

2000– “Anjing!!!” Solo show. Bentara Budaya Jogjakarta, Indonesia





earthenware slip, performance-installation

variable dimension





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