Iskandar Syaifudin: Membangun Monumen Sendiri - Building my own Monument, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 135 x 160cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Iskandar Syaifudin's works are remarkable portraiture that encompass unconventional aesthetics and extensive conceptual derivatives. Combining powerful brushstroke into seamless inclusions of patterns, each work is a palette for the senses.
Iskandar Syaifudin: Fragmen - Fragment, 2014, Acrylic on Canvas, 85 x 120cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Aesthetically striking with its resonant image of a birdcage and flight, this work is masterfuly composed with expressionist strokes and melding hues. Wearing the tag 'love' on his shirt, the figure seems to embody love itself, with the bird in the cage symbolizing what humanity has turned its conception of love into- a small window of flight, but ultimately a prison.
Tjokorda Bagus Wiratmaja: Invader, Acrylic on Canvas, 80 x 120cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Driving forward the skilfully engineered fury and aggression of his subject, the artist combines spontaneous textural patterns with expressionist strokes and spatial colouring to create an awe inspiring image of nature in its raw, unbridled form.
Nasirun: Skull and Chair, Oil on Canvas, 145 x 400cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Nasirun’s biggest motivator in his art is his spiritual beliefs, Islam. He believes that painting is a spiritual action. Born and brought up in an Islamic family, he meditates and practices his faith through the means of his art. His spiritual struggles are the inspirations behind his works, making them a reflection of his own personality and emotions.
Dedy Sufriadi: The God And I, 2014, Mixed Medium on Canvas, 150 x 150cm. Represented by Ode To Art. 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.
Adi Gunawan: The Winner, 2016, Bronze Painted, 40 x 30 x 40cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Adi Gunawan's sculptures are symbolic and invokes euphoria and the significance of animals in his work due to his cultural background of growing up in an agrarian society. In The Winner, a mystical relationship between animals and humans is presented. The human and the bull, both bulbous in forms, seemed to engage in a fight previously and the human has won.
Thomas Yeo: Turquoise Lake, Gouache on rice paper, 60 x 45cm. Represented by Ode To Art. Thomas Yeo is a prominent Singapore second-generation artist. Educated at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts,Chelsea School of Art (now Chelsea College of Art and Design) and Hammersmith College of Art and Building,his modern works have been described as "highly imaginative landscapes of the unconscious mind".