HERI DONO

Watching the Marginal People , variabel, mix-media-wood, fiberglass, electric bulb, metal, radio, speaker, cable, 2000

Watching the Marginal People , variabel, mix-media-wood, fiberglass, electric bulb, metal, radio, speaker, cable, 2000

HERI DONO. Born June 12, 1960, Jakarta. Solo exhibitions: 2000 – “Dancing Demon and Drunken Ditie”, The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo, Japan / 2001 – “Trap’s Outer Rim”, Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta / 2002- “Interrogation”, Centre A, Vancouver, Canada / 2003 – “Up Side Down Mind”, Circle Point Art Space, Washington D.C., U.S.A / 2004 – “Who’s afraid of Donosaurus”‘ National Gallery Jakarta / 2005 – “Free-D.O.M., 3,14 Stiftelsen, Bergen, Norway / 2006 – “The Broken Angels”, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne, Australia / 2007 – “Angels:Bang! Bang!, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia. Group exhibitions: 2004 – “Land Under the Rainbow”, Cultural Olimpiad, Benaki Contemporary Art Museum, Athens, Greece; “26th Sao Paulo Biennale, Territory Livre”, sao Paulo, Brasil / 2005 – “About Beauty”, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany; “Biennale Internazionale Dell’Arte Contemporania di Firenze, Fortezza da Basso, Firenze, Italy / 2006 – “Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, South Korea / 2007 – “The Wind from the East”, KIASMA, Contemporary Art Museum , Helsinki, Finland. Awards: 1998 – Prince Claus Award, Amsterdam, The Netherlands / 2000 – Unesco Prize for the International Art Biennale, Shanghai, Republic of China / 2002 – 2nd Annual Enku Grand Awards, Gifu Prefectural Government, Japan.

Alamat :

Ronodigdayan DN 5 No. 263, Yogyakarta 55211

0274-544 836

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