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  • Volume 11 -Visual Thief. - Art Book of Resatio Adi Putra

    Visual Thief – Vol. 11 – Art Book of Resatio Adi Putra

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    Design and Art Direction: Resatio Adi Putra Typefaces: Surfing Capital and Futura Printed on Coronado Paper and Acrylic Sheet Self Published, 2016 Condition: New Resatio cuts encylopedias and put them back together. Twelve fuzzy, intricate, and otherworldly prints to treasure.
    Rp 400.000,00
  • Majalah - Subversi
    Majalah - Subversi

    SUBVersi: Kolase Cerita Kecil & Jaringan Kota Surabaya (Dwibahasa: Indonesia dan Inggris)

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    Editor: Anas Hidayat, Erlin Goentoro, kathleen azali Editor Inggris: Martine Randolphe, Will Glasscock, Noel Schroeder, Matthew Borden, Joseph Taylor Penerbit: Ayorek! berkolaborasi dengan Rujak Centre for Urban Studies Tahun terbit: 2013 Bahasa: Indonesia dan Inggris Kondisi: Baru This book presents a variety of (hi)stories of Surabaya that you may not be familiar with. The story of the larung along the Bratang Tangkis riverside village. Some recurring fashion tendencies in some malls in Surabaya. The Gembong flea and wet market. The trails of the defunct-but-soon-to-be-revived trams of Surabaya, and its 90-years-old ex-driver. How the visually impaired students and teachers navigate their ways through this hot and congested city. The gold shop owner in the Pasar Atom observing the first "modern" shopping centre in Surabaya built in 1970s. Also in this book: wonderful routes for the adventurous to explore o foot. Short reviews of books about Surabaya. Delicious dishes you can find in the cit: iwak pe (stingray), pickled vegetable salad, and karak satay. They around us.
    Rp 70.000,00
  • Identity Crisis - Brian Arnold
    Identity Crisis - Brian Arnold

    Identity Crisis – Reflections on Public & Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography – Brian Arnold

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    Afterhours, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2017. In English. 134 pp., 9¾x11". This limited-edition, serial-numbered book is the result of a three-year study of contemporary photography by Brian Arnold made across the island of Java. Working with a grant from the American Institute for Indonesian Studies, Brian traveled Java teaching and lecturing on photography at a variety of institutions and universities. In doing so, he engaged the developing ideas and patterns on photography emerging in the Javanese art schools and markets. The resulting book focuses on a group of artists and photographers addressing issues of personal or cultural identity, questioning or examining the forces that shape each of the individual photographers and the communities they represent, while also looking at the emergence and discourse of art photography in Java today. Featuring work by a number of important photographers and artists working around the island – including Krisna Murti, Wimo Ambala Bayang, Jim Allen Abel, Angki Purbandono, Dito Yuwono, Deden Durahman, Henrycus Napit Sunargo, Arum Tresnaningtyas Dayuputri, Amran Malik Hakim, and Tino Djumini – as well as historical photographs from the collections at the National Gallery of Art in Australia, the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, and Cornell University, the book offers a unique perspective on the emerging trends of fine art photography across Java. Brian’s accompanying text offers historical and global contexts for understanding the uses of photography in Indonesia today, and includes some of his own pictures made while working in Java. An afterward by art historian and writer Aminudin TH Siregar provides further historical context for looking at photography in Indonesia.
    Rp 770.000,00
  • Turning Tagets 25 Tahun Cemeti
    Turning Tagets 25 Tahun Cemeti
  • The Sound Of Silence And Colors Of The WindÄ. (Ugo Untoro's Monograph) - Omi Intan Naomi
    The Sound Of Silence And Colors Of The WindÄ. (Ugo Untoro's Monograph) - Omi Intan Naomi

    The Sound Of Silence And Colors Of The Wind. (Ugo Untoro’s Monograph) – Omi Intan Naomi

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    Kondisi: Baru Artist/s: Ugo Untoro Publisher/s: Museum Dan Tanah Liat , Yogyakarta, Indonesia Year of Publication: 2008 No. of Pages: 484 ISBN / ISSN: 9793239476 No. of Copies: 1 Media Image: The Sound of Silence and Colors of the Wind - cover Content Type/s: artist monograph This is a monograph of Indonesian artist Ugo Untoro written by Indonesian writer Omi Intan Naomi. She describes the essence of Ugo's work as something 'between the tip of a cigarette and fire of the lighter'. In this publication she traces the development of his arts from 1989 to 2006. The first half of the book is written in English and the second half in Indonesian.
    Rp 250.000,00
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