RUCI Art Space presents the very first solo of Abenk Alter, INTERPLAY. Curated by Mia Maria
Open for public starting 7 pm – 12 am
Challenging the limitation of common ideals and external validation, Abenk Alter explores the drives and the impulses between dualities. Exploring the in between interaction of public persona and self, style and character, external and internal, between the real and the apparent.
Well aware of social structures and expectations that are shaping his external identities, he responded by letting loose in automatism through his drawings. An artist and musician, in this solo presentation, Abenk will present his paintings, drawings, installation, sound, his process and findings.
The exhibition runs until 27 January 2019
Open daily Mon – Sun | 11 am – 7 pm
RUCI Art Wall: RAW Vol. 01
The vision of RUCI Art Space is to continuously nurture the artistic practice of young artists. We aim to provide an avenue for today’s audience to be involved in the immersive experience of contemporary art.
With great excitement we are happy to introduce our newest program RUCI Art Wall: RAW VOL. 01. We work with young artists, below 7 years of career experience, through collective discussion and one on one session. Opening our experiences to share basic gallery and business ethics. Our aim is to assist young artists in understanding how to navigate their art in the market. RUCI believe when artists and galleries shares the same ethics it can contributes to a thriving and sustainable art environment.
RUCI Art Wall: RAW Vol. 01 is a preliminary introduction program for our audience to encounter the works of new artists. Months of vigorous proposal reviews, received from RAW’s open submission, we are pleased to announce RUCI Art Wall: RAW Vol. 01 artists –
Igi Anjangbiani (Bandung)
Yosefa Aulia (Bandung)
Nadira Julia (Bandung)
Mira Rizki (Bandung)
Ella Wijt (Jakarta)
We would like to extend our invitation to join us at our opening and BEHIND THE WALL artist talk with Radhinal Indra as the moderator, where we will be introducing the artists and their current artistic practice to the public.
Saturday, November 10th 2018, 3 pm
BEHIND THE WALL artist talk
(Limited Seating Available)
November 11th – 25th 2018
11 am – 7 pm
RUCI Art Space
Jl. Suryo #49
What is it about paper? Diverse in its property, mailable in its treatment paper have been a guiding principle in the artistic practice of artists. It’s the foundation in which many of the exploration found a beginning. Introduced early in their life as a form of childhood activities, many experience what they later recall as, freedom and fearlessness in self-expression.
Through the progression of time each artists develop a personal relationship to paper as a medium. Some of the artists delve into their artistic process to express similarly as they would in a diary, while others utilize it as a system of sort. Whereby they can discern and liberate ideas more practically and in a more private domain. Deliberating a diverse intent and subject matter to realize a realistic imitation of their imagination. Intuitively and subconsciously they engage in a pictorial landscape to present or challenge people’s view through a visceral experience.
In support of Natisa Jones 2018 solo exhibition by Komunitas Salihara we present, GROTESK, curated by Asikin Hasan. Natisa (Jakarta, 1989) graduated with a degree in Fine Art from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia. She currently travels between Bali and Amsterdam, where she spends most of her time creating artworks. As one of the youngest artists ever invited for a solo exhibition by Komunitas Salihara, Natisa follows in the exhibition record of artists such as Eko Nugroho, Hanafi, Nasirun, and S. Teddy to mention a few.
GROTESK will be open to the public on Saturday, 30 June 2018, 19:00 WIB in
Galeri Salihara located in Jl. Salihara No. 16, Pasar Minggu.
The show will run until 26 July 2018.
Tue – Sun | 11:00 – 20.00 (Close on public holidays)
RUCI Art Space presents PARIPURNA by DIVISI 62. Curated by Gesyada Siregar. Can we really define what is ‘Indonesian’? The exhibition poses this question by presenting the works of @divisi62, a Jakarta-based group of individuals with backgrounds in music studies, anthropology, film, graphic design and photography.
In an era of globalization and mass reproduced culture, the lines between global and local are blurred. What is the relationship between “traditional” versus “modern” Indonesia? What does it mean for the modern Indonesian who are regularly exposed to and have academically studied Western concepts and ideas? As an exhibition, PARIPURNA examine these questions through the lens of the “modern Indonesian,” of the “Westernized Indonesian” returned. This pendulum-like tension is presented as an artistic stance in the form of a collective exhibition, displaying objects of interventions.
In their debut exhibition as a collective, DIVISI 62 intends to establish a dialogue of seeing the paripurna -- whole -- view of our ‘Indonesian’ identity and how to assess the aesthetics and ideological concept of “Indonesia” without any preconception. By re-locating and weaving the scattered fragments of our heritage, we can move closer to reach and reclaim the pieces that we have been detached from.
(Open for Public)
Friday, 11 May 2018
7 PM – 12 AM
(Open for Public)
12 May 2018 – 10 June 2018
Mon – Sun | 11 AM – 7 PM
Place of Belonging
The main question dealt with in the show: how are the large – the universe and the small – the human body – connected?
Matter doesn’t speak for itself, the artist does that: he offers his narrative. In the exhibition Matter’s Matter, the different works – paintings, installations and videos – are different components that constitute a larger constellation. And the exhibition as a whole forms the total constellation. And as such, the exhibition comes to symbolize symmetry: different parts contributing to or joined in as a whole. And symmetry, in turn, can offer us – observers – aesthetic pleasure.
I TOO AM UNTRANSLATABLE
An Exhibition of Art in Collections
RUCI Art Space presents :
A solo exhibition by Natisa Jones
Curated by Glenda Sutardy
09 December 2016 – 22 January 2017
Monday – Sunday
11 Am – 7 Pm
RUCI Art Space presents the very first solo of Abenk Alter, INTERPLAY. Curated by Mia Maria Open for public starting 7 pm – 12 am Challenging the limitation of common ideals and external validation, Abenk Alter explores the drives and the impulses between dualities. Exploring the in between interaction of public persona and self, style and character, external and internal, between the real and the apparent. Well aware of social structures and expectations that are shaping his external identities, he responded by letting loose in automatism through his drawings. An artist and musician, in this solo presentation, Abenk will present his paintings, drawings, installation, sound, his process and findings. --- “Duality, a topic that were reflected and responded by the work - between validity and identity, duality that exists within oneself and outside oneself, duality associated with simple things such as choices in everyday life, or matters that are more complex such as the struggle of the ego and the real self. Realization that everything that exists has its own duality, which is contradictory but also complements one another, where without one of them there will be no balance. Like a coin that has two opposite sides.” –Abenk Alter --- The exhibition runs until 27 January 2019 Open daily Mon – Sun | 11 am – 7 pm RSVP: email@example.com Media partner @thedisplaynet @hellountrusted #RUCIartspace #ABENKALTERxRUCI #INTERPLAY #AbenkAlterInterplay #soloexhibition
Born in 1985 Jakarta, Indonesia. Abenk Alter begin his career as a painter in 2013 exploring the potentials of what it is to be a creative being. The grounds in which his belief are manifested in his life and through his artistic practice stems from his studies on Sufism. In which exploration of the human potential through the arts can be a channel to reaching self-enlightenment.
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Open Submission RUCI Art Wall: RAW Vol. 01
We are introducing RUCI Art Wall: RAW Vol.01 – An avenue to navigate your art in a gallery. A biannual program for young and new artists to understand the basis of gallery and business ethics from RUCI’s perspective. We accept artists from diverse backgrounds Only selected artists will be contacted Past and recent works are […]