Budi “Ubrux” Haryono is among the most unique Indonesian contemporary painters. Ubrux express his enduring sense of nationalism, a never failing concern for innovation of artistic expression and the less fortunate in society.
Goenawan Mohamad is a leading literary figure in Indonesia who also produce visual artworks. Widely known for his 12 volumes of literary essays and 7 books of poetry, he is currently one of the most exhibited painters in Indonesia: his works have been parts of 6 exhibitions since mid-2017. They are marked by an eclectic virtuosity and a witty and poetic style.
begann 2015 ihr Textildesign-Studium an der HAW-Hamburg.
Neben ihrer Affinität zum haptischen Design entwickelte sie dort ein wachsendes Interesse an der
freien Kunst. Das Ausleben der Emotionalität, und Intensität eben dieser, ermöglichen ihr eine stetige
Entfaltung im künstlerischen Bereich.
Heli is a printmaker, ceramic artist and Freinet school teacher. She has studied art therapy and
empowering photography. She's a member of both Pori and Rauma Artist associations and the Rauma
Printmakers Association. She is also a member of Keramos, a group of ceramic artists. Heli takes part in
groups, like the 'Pouta - group' and the 'Piilevä – group'.
Annette Wells Talsi
Annette Wells Talsi grew up in the countryside near Stonehenge and from an early age she formed a deep association with the landscape. She Studied Fine Art Printmaking at Norwich School of Art and later went on to study at Bretton Hall, Leeds, for her Master of Arts in Fine Art.
Prison Art Programs (PAPs)
Works and lives in Yogyakarta since 1990, is a leading Indonesian
contemporary photographer. Born 1971 in Kendal, Angki constantly challenges general perceptions in
the field of photography.
These young artists are mainly based in Jakarta, Bandung, and Jogjakarta, three urban cities in
Indonesia well-known to give a lot of impact to the contemporary art scene in Indonesia.