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Joanna Cutri at Bali’s Taksu Gallery

Bali, 16 December 2013, Art Media Agency (AMA). Taksu Gallery in Bali is presenting an exhibition of the works of Joanna Cutri, entitled “Hex.a.gon”, to be on display from 21 December until 5 January 2014. Established in 1989, Taksu Gallery now has several branches across Asia, enabling it to promote artists in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bali. The gallery is focused on contemporary art from Asian countries, and supports both established and emerging artists. Born in Los Angeles in 1975, Joanna Cutri currently lives and works in Bali. She graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Georgia in...

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“New Waves, Korea” at Taksu gallery in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, 18 November 2013, Art Media Agency (AMA). In collaboration with Art Angel Company, Taksu gallery is to present a collective exhibition entitled “New Waves, Korea” in its Kuala Lumpur space, from 5 to 21 December 2013. The show of contemporary Korean art is to feature the works of three artists: Kunju Kim, Sang-Taek Oh and Sung-Chul Hong. Established in 1989, Taksu gallery now has several spaces within Asia, enabling it to promote artists in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, and Bali. The gallery focuses on Asian contemporary art, and supports both emerging and established...

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“Tales of Tomorrow” at the Taksu gallery

Singapore, 27 March 2012, Art Media Agency (AMA). The Taksu gallery in Singapore is organising the exhibition “Tales of Tomorrow”, which is due to be open for two weeks between 3 and 19 May 2012. This exhibition will feature new paintings by two Canadian artists: Celia Neubauer and Joe Fleming. Having completed her studies in visual arts at New York University in 1986, Neubauer went on to continue her studies at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, graduating in 1990. She would then teach at the University of Toronto’s school of architecture and landscape architecture, before moving on to the Queen’s University in Kingston. Since getting her first degree, Neubauer has been the subject of around fifteen solo exhibitions in Canada as well as having been featured in a number of collective shows. A graduate of the Ottawa School of Art and of Sheridan College of Applied Arts, Joe Fleming has been the subject of a multitude of solo and collective exhibitions, both in Canada and abroad, and is often featured at the Taksu. Since 2003, he has also created several short films. Although he has held several teaching positions over his career, the longest and most significant was his stint at the Toronto School of Art, from 2003 to...

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“New Works” at the Taksu, Bali

Bali, 12 March 2012, Art Media Agency (AMA). The Taksu gallery, located in Bali, will be displaying, from 15 March to 15 April 2012, a collective exhibition entitled “New Works”. It will include paintings, illustrations, engravings, sculptures and installations made by eleven artists, from Bali and elsewhere. More than a collective exhibition, “New Works” has become an annual event scheduled by the Taksu galleries: another opportunity for emerging artists to display next to renowned artists and to make themselves known. The 2012 edition at the Taksu gallery located in Berlin will display the artists Abdul Fattah, Tandya Rachmat, Agathe de Bailliencourt, Agus Sumiantara, Budi Agung Kuswara, Gerardo Tan, Lai Ngan Corio, Ketut Moniarta, Lynyrd Paras, Made Kaek and Uuk...

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Taksu gallery hosts “Meeting Point: From Jogja with Love”

Bali, 2 January 2012, Art Media Agency (AMA). The Bali gallery Taksu will begin the year 2012 with an exhibition on seven Indonesian painters entitled “Meeting Point: From Jogja with Love”. For the occasion, the gallery invited Hanh, one of the participating artists, to co-organise the exhibition which will be on display from 17 January to 16 February. These seven artists from different parts of Indonesia have all developed a unique and singular vision of painting, however, they all originated in common education institutions: Institute Seni Indonesia (ISI) / Indonesia Institute of the Arts Yogyakarta. The seven painters, all born in the 70s, have some of their works displayed side by side in the workshops of the university, and others have never met, however, they all began their careers in the same place and have made their passion their profession. The exhibition “Meeting Point: From Jogja with Love” brings together the works of Dedy Sufriadi, Deskhairi, Dwi Setya Acong, Hono Sun, Joko “Gundul” Sulistiono,Wahyu Gunawan and Hanh. Through the production of these artists, the Taksu gallery showcases the generation of artists formed in the country that contributes to the dynamism and creativity of...

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