Tisa Granicia

tisa granicia

Tisa Granicia was born in Bandung, 16 October 1981. A graduate from the Masters of Art program at Bandung Institute of Technology, she now create her art pieces out of her workshop, Kandura Keramik in Bandung, which she founded with two friends. In addition to tableware and accessories, that are highly sought-after amongst the hip urban set, she usually creates larger, conceptual ceramic sculptures. She works with other media to complement her ceramics, such as canvas, found objects, and paints.

She has also worked with some of the world’s leading artists, such as Toshihiro Kuno, Azlan McLennan, and Mella Jaarsma. In 2011, her work enters the public colection of IDX, the Indonesian Stock Exchange, Jakarta. Her works have also been shortlisted for various awards including the Indonesian Art Awards (2008), and Soemardja Awards (2010).

Selected Exhibitions:

2012– “A Role Play”, an exhibition with PARALLAB. Artsphere, Dharmawangsa Square, Jakarta, Indonesia

2011– “Skin Matters”. Galeri Soemardja, Bandung, Indonesia

2010– “Recent Art from Indonesia: Contemporary Art Turn”. SooBinArtPlus, Singapore

2010– “Sang Ahli Gambar Sudjojono dan Kawan-kawan”. Group exhibition. Galeri Kita, Bandung, Indonesia

2009– “In Between”. 1st Jakarta Contemporary Ceramic Biennale, North Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia

2009– “Bandung Art Now” Indonesian National Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia

2008– “Refresh: New Strategies in Indonesian Contemporary Art” Valentine Willie Fine Art, Singapore

2007– “Kisah Sang Privat”. Galeri Kita, Bandung, Indonesia

2006– “Displacement Project”. Common Room, Bandung, Indonesia & Front Room, Singapore

Works

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souvenirs no. 1
65.5 x 65.5 x 6 cm
bone china, glazed, slipcast.
2012

Detailed:

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