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Between Intelligence And Intuition

Between Intelligence And Intuition

Dedy Sufriadi


Between Intelligence And Intuition

Dedy Sufriadi


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Foreword I still remember walking into Dedy Sufriadi’s studio and being stunned by the raw power of the images that surrounded it. The unbridled truth, the evocative emotion and the thirst for idealism in his creations made me stop and wonder how my quiet, mild mannered friend could be capable of such forceful expression. But that is the beauty of Dedy’s art; beyond the intelligence of execution and creativity, lays the intuition and instinct that drives an artist and fills his work with emotion. Exploring and questioning both concepts, Dedy has put together a series that not only takes the viewer into the fruition of creative process but the process itself. The result is inexorably organic. Dedy Sufriadi is an artist who lives his art. Ode to Art is proud to present to you Dedy Sufriadi, and his newest body of work titled ‘Between Intelligence and Intuition’. Born in Indonesia in 1976, Dedy began his artistic journey in Jogjakarta in 1995 and began to exhibit his work at the tender age of twenty. The recognition was inevitable as his radical and forceful works gained immediate interest, eventually earning him many awards and critical acclaim for his unique expressive style and abstract execution. Dedy’s works are a dazzling blend of emotion and technique His constant exploration of society’s definitions of aesthetics, skills and intelligence is seen in many of his works and the viewer almost always sees him return to the world of instinct and intuition that encompasses his work. Using defiant strokes, meaningful text, colors and numbers, he skillfully puts forth the inner workings of his mind and the in-born drive that makes his expressive artworks. However, the works are inherent with symbolism, meaning, and disguised skill, making the viewer question how much of the art piece was intellectually designed and how much of it was free flowing thought. Thus the works lie between both Intelligence and intuition and, as the aptly named exhibition will go to show, give the viewer much to admire visually, and much to ponder mentally. The variety of his subject matter is a testament to Dedy’s growth as an artist. Constantly inspired by the events around him and his personal journeys, his works continue to be diverse and versatile. Having just become a father a year ago, we can see Dedy’s inspiration in his ‘Childlike Series’ works where he depicts life through a child’s eyes and in doing so, creates many commentaries and angles for thought. His personal insight can be seen in many of his works, adding depth and sincerity to their abstract complexity. Having witnessed Dedy work on this series for over 9 months, Ode to Art is delighted to hold this exhibition and display his works. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Dedy for his representation and friendship over the years. I hope that the honesty and power of his works capture your senses as much as they did mine, and take you on an aesthetic journey through the grey areas between intelligence and intuition.

Jazz Chong Director, Ode to Art


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Foreword We proudly present the ANZ Signature Priority Banking Signature Series, an array of exclusive events for the discerning individuals. Specially curated for connoisseurs like yourself, each of these events will appeal to your sense of aesthetics and creativity. It is yet another way to show our commitment to understanding you, and all your needs. In keeping with this endeavour to make life even more enriching for you, we have now joined hands with Ode To Art, South East Asia’s preferred showcase for an international spectrum of artists in paintings, sculptures, photography and installation art. This book offers a tantalizing introduction to the works of our featured artist, Dedy Sufriadi. We invite you to discover and enjoy.

Peggy Quek Head of Affluent Banking

Jazz Chong Ode to Art


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Critique Between Intelligence and Intuition Series For an artist, discovery is much more than just ‘chancing upon’ something noteworthy; it is a conscious process that self-perpetuates itself in accordance to how strong the will of the artist is. An artist who enjoys his process- who understands the nuances in every detail- has the opportunity to really explore the potential of the process. As a direct result, his search for something worthy- his obsession, comes to a fruitful end. Dedy Sufriadi is one such artist. No stranger to the process involved in creation, ‘Workaholic’ became an inevitable designation for him. His hard work over years has borne him the fruit of technical, non-technical, philosophical and conceptual exploration that he seeds into his work. For Dedy, creative work is intelligent and thus, he uses the most intelligent work method and process- innovation. As an artist with a lot of empirical experience and intellect, Dedy uses emotional depth and intellectual strength to borrow images he encountered in the world of children, the spirit of emotion, and intuition, and expresses them artistically with technical prowess. Dedy is in the throes of his intellectual awareness and his odyssey in the world of intuition, as he masterfully merges aesthetics and the capital building. Childish Series: Browsing the world of Intelligence and Intuition So many themes can be explored in Dedy’s aesthetic dialogue with the world of imagination and intuitive wanderings. The Childish Series was one that appeared several years ago in his workings with creative process. The series of paintings were created to reinvent certain values from his childhood; be it romance, novelty or even the contesting of the meaning of existence. Childish series is ‘the Underworld’ that triggered the intellectual intuition in the artist’s works and the power of this intuition is explored with unique concepts and visuals. The concept of power of intuition is explored though the images and naïve figures in the paintings, with themes and idea that are based on day-to-day experiences. Feelings such as comfort, fun and surprise as perceived or encountered in childhood are romanticized and thus, born again. We can see this atmosphere in his works ‘Art Pleasure’, ‘Hard Day’s Night’, ‘Hey You’, ‘Free as a Bird’, and ‘Mobile Figure’. The exploration period of children and the development of their natural, pre-translated drawings are visualized through the emergence of object shape, the meeting between objects, artistic brushstrokes and text elements. The mutual existence of text and image is an attempt to construct meanings that are almost completely undefined, but inevitably add their own value. The emergent unique figures are innocent, magical, and visualized with straightforward lines and the overlapping of expressive colors; this provides a visual unity and harmony,


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but also raises aspects of disharmony son some occasions. The spirit of joy is seen alongside new formal idioms such as text, numbers, shapes, mountains, flowers, toys, birds, aircrafts etc; sometimes, as a form of enchantment, Dedy stays away from depicting his own social environment or the environment he grew up in. The World Under Series: Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Value An artist’s biggest power is a soul that flows. Mental strength and intuition are subtle moves in a world dominated by sporadic sub consciousness and new possibilities can be only be reached through intuitive perceptions that are grown, built, removed, and stamped with the goal of finding new constructions of previous values. On the painting ‘First Kiss Adam and Eva’ are the words “Life and love like a cup of coffee. Must drink when hot.” These words describe the meeting of Adam and Eve as a metaphor for the intersection of life and love that, like a cup of coffee, can only be enjoyed when still hot. The parody is on the essence and value of love as the spirit of life. Similarly in the works ‘Cogito Ergo Fun’ and ‘Great Shopper’, Dedy explores the paradox and parody of ‘Cogito Ergo Sum’ and how, “I exist because I am shopper” has become a concept because of consumerism becoming an increasingly large definition of social identity. We can also look at the work ‘ Punk Outside, Pink Inside ‘, which examines how social community can establish social facts and stigma based on appearances alone. Tattoo enthusiasts, people with dreadlocks, metal music, rockers, piercings, punkers, alternative music, underground communities etc. all have the name “the other” pinned to their identity. Dedy tries to clear the public view with this piece that rejects social stigma formed by physical appearance. His aim is to show that many who fall under this stigma are actually much more polite, intelligent, sensitive, gentle, faithful, and away from violent characteristics as is assumed. The Merging of Critical Aspects and Constructed Aesthetics There are some trends that Dedy Sufriadi employs in order to melt the barrier between irony, criticism, self-criticism and constructed aesthetic ideology. While most are working patterns, there is often unconscious automatism flowing- intuition in response to the idea of both visual and technical exploration. Dedy is not just interested in readings, song lyrics, instrumental music, parody, and paradoxical texts that inspire the creative process – he is interested in their flowing into his works through various media as he believes it is the closest way to emotionally express ideas and feelings. Inspired by the song lyrics of Bob Marley’s ‘Redemption Song ‘, the namesake piece by Dedy uses the lyrics ‘Emancipate Yourself From Mental Slavery ‘ as a poetic critical comment on society, urging it to change perspective and break their mental chains. On another occasion Dedy appreciates and quotes the Dalai Lama in his piece ‘Paradox of our Age’ using the lines “We have more degrees but less sense, more knowledge but less judgment, more experts but more problems, more medicines but less healthiness…” The texts present in his work act as visual subjects that present almost unconscious irony as they stimulate the production of meaning in visual imagination in a seemingly invisible manner. The text taken from the Dalai lama talks about the reality of life, the irony and


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paradox of it, its philosophy; it criticizes human behavior, modern depictions of human nature and communicates a variety of other inspiring moral messages. When Dedy reads texts that move him to emotion and permeate the barrier of space to aesthetic intuition, he is encouraged to share it with others. In this way he shares the essentials of the values by combining together the language of visual expression and silent narrative texts. Silent text has the power of enlivening works and in doing so immerses itself in the construction of aesthetic values. On the piece of ‘My father, Story, and Car’, Dedy explained with deep emotion the irony of his father, who dreamed of owning a car his whole life, but failed to make it happen. The irony lies in the fact that his father fixed cars in his shop as a routine but could not accomplish his dream before he passed away. His father’s obsession remains unrequited even though his children were each able to own a private car. The paintings ‘Eat, Pray, Art’, ‘Great Shopper’, and ‘Number Series’ are his way of responding to the problems of light daily consumerism, capitalism and pop culture that have gripped us from our childhood and continue to hold us until we are old. Dedy has experiences a regional supermarket in Jogjakarta where there are not only trolleys for adults but for children as well, affixed with the label, “I’m a little shopper.” These new forms of shopping and cultural campaigns speak of capitalism efforts and are instilled in children’s behaviors, playing a part in them becoming heirs to consumerism. Such an early introduction to consumerism and its activities could ultimately lead to shopping addictions and consumptive personalities. On a whole, Dedy Sufriadi is an important pioneer in the break through identification of process in the arts. Solo exhibitions, such as the one at the Ode to Art Gallery, Singapore, are important points of measurement that establish the quality of creative work most suited for art that relies on the power of intuition and intelligence (process and all aspects of aesthetic concepts attached to any subject matter), so that works like Dedy’s can continue to inspire and amaze our eyes. His work is sometimes so large and overwhelming, that it swallows the entire room with its presence. It is as if the audience requires courage and guts to even attempt to guess the meaning and contemplation held by the successfully presented visual erotica. His unmitigated creativity raises tensions that invite findings and innovation in each period of creative process. This periodicity of the creative process is specifically Dedy Sufriadi, along with his expressionistic, abstract and solitary styles that come together to create his own unique form that will always yield work of perseverance, tenacity and sophistication.

Rusnoto Susanto Independent Curator, Lecture, Doctor Candidate at Indonesian of Arts Institute (ISI) Yogyakarta Indonesia


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A Dialogue with Dedy Dedy Sufriadi shares his thoughts and inspirations behind ‘Intelligence and Inuition’ with Ode to Art’s director, Jazz Chong. Jazz Chong: Dedy, your images are very distinctive in style. Some images such as the ones under the title ‘Childish’ were very evocative. What inspired you to capture the world from a child’s eyes? Dedy Sufriadi: ‘Childish’ is a series of paintings that is inspired by the scratches and scribbles we made as children- when we were innocent, naïve and very free. With such scribbles, a child’s mind is awakened to the world of imagination and is very wild and borderless. By describing this on canvas, I have attempted to both recall the past and contemplate the future. Jazz Chong: Many of your images contain text that is moralistic or a social commentary of sorts. What message do you want to convey to society through these? Dedy Sufriadi: During my last couple of years, I spent a lot of time reading various books of theory. I was especially inspired by works on the philosophy of madness and existentialism and decided to create paintings quoting a few paragraphs from the books I had read. Through these paintings, I try and bring awareness to the community and share with them the things I have read, using simple media such as markers, and oil sticks. Besides existentialism, I often include other interesting pieces of literature and theory. Jazz Chong: Your images sometimes contain numbers or even calculations. What role do these play in your artwork? Dedy Sufriadi: Going back to the ‘Childish’ series, figures made during the time of childhood are very independent. In those days, we had just begun to learn counting and reading and with scratches and figures, the world of our wild imagination was awoken. I sometimes try to combine the two elements in my paintings. Jazz Chong: Many of your images of people are distorted and deviant from classical aesthetic beauty. What meaning could be interpreted from this?


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Dedy Sufriadi: When I was studying painting at school and University, we were always taught to draw as realists- what we see from our eyes is what we should paint. I always refused standard painting style and since realism requires objects to be proportional, I tried to modify and distort some of my subjects and make them no longer proportional. Not drawing as a realist opens up many exciting possibilities for me. Jazz Chong: The subjects of your artwork are very varied, even including animals and other creatures. How do you pick your subjects and how important are they in the overall understanding of your work? Dedy Sufriadi: I usually include a lot of objects in a single painting. I let my imagination run free and pick objects from my mind at random, including a large number of them in my work. Once the work is complete, I reconstruct my paintings to give them a title that corresponds to the way the objects appear. Jazz Chong: Some of your works evoke striking emotional responses in the viewer. What would you say your artwork is more about- emotion or communicating meaning? Dedy Sufriadi: I am always challenged in my attempt to paint with large canvases and paint quickly, as it is my habit to complete the painting before my emotions run out. Sometimes I am successful but many paintings have failed as well. Emotions are predominant in some of my paintings and as an expressionist painter the greatest power lies in intuition and spontaneous emotional scratches. I constantly probe intuition, strength and emotion in my paintings Jazz Chong: The mediums you use in your work often lean towards the style of graffiti. Would you call yourself a graffiti artist? Dedy Sufriadi: I would like to refer to myself as an expressionist painter, not a graffiti artist. Sometimes my paintings contain several letters and writings but my writing and graffiti serves to explain what the image is and what I have in mind. Most of my work has been on canvas and done in a studio. Jazz Chong: Your work seems to be constantly growing and evolving. Considering this, are there any mediums or styles you would like to work with in the future? Dedy Sufriadi: I have still not determined what kind of work I would like to make in the future, but my will is to keep exploring and testing the limits and endless possibilities my art presents to me. I trust in my intuition to lead the way.


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Cogito Ergo Fun, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 140 x 140 cm


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Happy Day, 2013 Mixed media on canvas, 100 x 100cm


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Strong compositions of entangled words and symbols, Dedy Sufriadi’s paintings are powerful both in visuals and in meaning. Through his abstract paintings, the artist explores the borders between discipline, words and imagery. Refusing to be bound by a particular discipline, a unique hybrid artistic language is used by the artist to evolve his subject matter more freely. Creating images that are worth a thousand words and employing words that are worth a thousand images, his pieces are striking in their directness and honesty.

Homage to Tombly, 2013 Acrylic, Permanent Pen on Canvas, 140 x 140cm


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Childish Series, Gold #2, 2013 Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200cm


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Dalai Lama, Paradox Our Age #2, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas, 200 x 200cm


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Mr. Postman, 2013 Acrylic, permanant pen on canvas 150 x 150 cm


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Dedy Sufriadi’s paintings resemble a blackboard where ideas and feelings are expelled spontaneously; the artist’s raw thoughts and brainwork- directly extracted from his gray matterdefine his artistic composition. Instinctive and intuitive, this painting is a vibrant array of relief and colors. Through it, the entangled mind of the artist is expressed, finding its refuge on the canvas. His thoughts are a mix of images, form, numbers, names and text overlapping each other and coming together as symbolic whole.

Hard Days Night, 2013 Acrylic, permanant pen on canvas 200 x 200 cm


Dedy Sufriadi Dolphin Space, 2013 Mixed media on canvas, 150 x 250cm


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Number Series, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen, spray paint on canvas 195 x 400 cm


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Free As A Bird, 2013 Acrylic, permanant pen, spray paint on canvas 195 x 400 cm


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Dedy Sufriadi’s characteristic style is one that surprises and destabilizes. From artworks where the canvas is splashed with vivid and violent colors, to others that are strictly black and white, he arrests attention with contrasts. Looking from one art piece to the other, the viewer is left with clashing visual images- first assaulted by the strong, intensity of bright hues before being suddenly dropped into in a land of color deprivation. The lack of color adds to the space and power exuded by the words in play while the black and white motif resembles prison walls- as if inmates have carved, engraved and expressed their distress in the throes of desperation.


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Clips Art, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen, spray paint on canvas, 195 x 400cm


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World Under Series Habitus #1, 2013 Mixed media on canvas, 145 x 200cm


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“We have bigger houses but smaller families: We have more degrees but less sense; more knowledge but less judgements; more experts but more problems; … Tall man, but short character; Steep profits, but shallow relationships. It is time when there is much in the window but nothing in the room.”

Dalai Lama, Paradox Our Age, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas, 200 x 200cm


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Robbin, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 150 x 150cm


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Hey You, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas 150 x 200 cm


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‘Life and Love like a cup coffee; must drink when hot.’ In a memorable blend of striking texts, Dedy explores Life, Love and the passion and elusiveness that define them. First Kiss Adam and Eva #2, 2013 Acrylic, permanant pen on canvas 200 x 150 cm


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Inspired by Bob Marley’s revolutionary song of the same name, the artist uses powerful colors and lyric to call out to society, urging them to break free from the shackles of their mind. Redemption Song, 2013 Oil, oil stick, spray paint on canvas 150 x 150 cm


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Cactus Story, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 150 x 200cm


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Habitus, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 140 x 240 cm


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Face #2, 2012 Acrylic on canvas 150 x 150 cm


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Dog Wishpere, 2013 Permanant pen on canvas 140 x 140 cm


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Amor, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 100 x 150 cm


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Natural Born Artist, 2013 Oil on canvas 150 x 150 cm


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Eat, Pray And Art, 2013 Mixed media on canvas 250 x 200cm


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In a moving attempt to showcase his most defining beliefs, Dedy explores society’s obsession with stereotypes and the superficial by implicating a ‘Punk’, who is really ‘Pink’ on the inside.

Punk Outside, Pink Inside, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas 120 x 140 cm


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Great Shopper. 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen, spray paint on canvas 195 x 400 cm


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By stating the purpose of existence as shopping, the artist portrays a sharp commentary on growing consumerism in society, and its role in defining an individual’s identity.


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Childish Series, Gold #4, 2013 Permanent pen on canvas 200 x 200 cm


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Mobile Figure, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas 150 x 150 cm


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Art Pleasure, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen on canvas 150 x 200 cm


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Childish Series, #3, 2013 Acrylic on canvas 200 x 200 cm


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World Under Series, Habitus #2, 2013 Mixed media on canvas, 200 x 200cm


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Happy Family, 2013 Acrylic, permanent pen, spray paint on canvas 150 x 200 cm


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Dedy Sufriadi 1976

Born, 20 May

Solo Exhibition 2013 2011 2010 2009 2007 2003

“Between Intelligence and Intuition” Ode To Art, Singapore “The Body Of Text” Shyang Art Space Magelang Indonesia “Hypertext Discrepancy”. Philo Art space Jakarta, Indonesia “Hypertext” tembi contemporary Yogyakarta, Indonesia “Re-READING”, Melia Purosani Hotel Yogyakarta, Indonesia “UN-Logical”, Jamaican Bar Yogyakarta, Indonesia “EKSISTENSIALISME”, FSR ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Awards 2009 2008 2006 2004 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996

Tujuh Bintang Art Award 2009, Yogyakarta, Indonesia The best painting Visual Art Competition “Setelah 20 Mei”, Jogja Galery, Indonesia 3rd winner Graffiti Yogyakarta visual Competition, Yogyakarta indonesia 3rd winner Graffiti at AMPTA Yogyakarta, Yogyakrta Finalist Philip Morris-Indonesia Art Award Finalist Nokia Art Award, Jakarta, Indonesia Finalist Winsor And Newton Art Competition, Indonesia Best Paintung at “Feksiminas IV” Yogyakarta , Indonesia Best sketch Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia Best Watercolour and acrylik Indonesia Institute of Art Yogyakarta, Indonesia


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Selected Group Exhibition CAMP

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Pameran Bersama 2013

ECO STROKE ART CAMP. Marari Beach Kerala India Exhibition “Affordable Art Fair” Ode To Art, Hong Kong Exhibition “Silahturami”, Bentara Budaya Jakarta Exhibition “ARTJOG 13” Yogyakarta Exhibition “Behind The MYTH”, Jakarta Exhibition “Pari Suka Pari”. Di Museum Affandi Yogyakarta Exhibition “ART FOR THE BIGGEST ANGKLUNG Performance” Jakarta Exhibition “Figuring Text, Text Figuring”. Di Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta

2012

Exhibition “Affordable Art Fair” Ode To Art, Hong Kong Exhibition “Magelang Young Collectors” RAC Magelang, indonesia Exhibition “ Kembar Mayang”, Museum Widayat Magelang. Indonesia Exhibition “Ruang Yang Sama” Museum H.Widayat Magelang, Indonesia Exhibition “Meeting Point, Taxsu Art Galery Bali, Indonesia Exhibition “ THE SPEAKING HOUSE” Durbar Hall Gallery, India Exhibition “Vertigo, The Indonesian Ugliness ”. Odetoart Gallery Singapore Exhibition “Festival Seni Melayu Asia Tenggara ” Padang Sumetera Barat. Exhibition “Live Inn Harmony” warung YAYA ARTSPACE Sanur Bali Exhibition “ [s]mallseries” I AM artspace yogyakarta Exhibition “Tanda Mata” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta Exhibition “Silaturahmi” Bentara Budaya Yogyakarta Exhibition “Isyarat Langit” di GO ARTSPACE Surabaya Exhibition “ARTJOG12 ”. Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. Exhibition “ UOB ART AWARD #2 “. Jakarta Exhibition “Free kick” Royal Plaza Surabaya Exhibition “Tanah air Pusaka” bentara budaya Yogyakarta Exhibition “ The cock still fighting” syhang art space magelang Exhibition “ UOB art award” Gedung UOB jakarta

2011

Exhibition Food And Paper, RAC Magelang, Indonesia Exhibition Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Galeri Nasional Jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition Soulscape, The treasure Of Spiritual Art, Sangkring Art Space Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition ARTJOG 11, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition MY SPACE, philo art Space Jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition Intelectus Sindicate. AJBS Galeri Surabaya, Indonesia Exhibition Mandiri Prioritas Jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition Dies Natalis ISI Yogyakarta XXVII. Gallery ISI Yogyakarta, Indonesia


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2010

Exhibition “Unity: The Return to Art” at Wendt Gallery new york. USA Exhibition “Tramendum “philo gallery. Gallery nasional jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “lets fly an arrow,” tujuh bintang gallery yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “soulscape, treasure spiritual in art” Toni raka Gallery Bali Exhibition “ke-Bersamaan” Galery Biasa Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Soulscape”, Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Gerakan Seni Abstrak Indonesia” Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2009

Exhibition “Diorama kedamaian”hotel melia purosani yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Hiperlink” Tujuh Bintang Art Space Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “The Dream”, Tujuh Bintang Art Award, Jogja National Museum. Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Subject Ekpose(s)”. Pure Art Space, Jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Cogito” Philo art space Jakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Selayang Pandang Bumi Sriwijaya II. Yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Guruh Umar Bakri”, Jogja Gallery Jogjakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Halo-Halo 1”, Manila Contemporary, Manila Philippina Exhibition “Fresh 4 U”. Jogja Galery Jogjakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “Realitas #3”, Ketik Reg Manjoer. Sangkring art space yogyakarta, Indonesia Exhibition “HEADLIGHTS 2009”. VWFA Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


Dedy Sufriadi Between Intelligence And Intuition First published 2013 on the occasion of Dedy Sufriadi Solo Exhibition Held on 4 Nov 2013, at the Ode to Art Gallery Between Intelligence And Intuition

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