Based in Yogyakarta, Studio Grafis Minggiran is an arts community, founded on a work site or studio-centered practice, which focuses on the development of printmaking techniques. Studio Grafis Minggiran was founded in 2001 by a group of artists who were, at that time, printmaking students at the Indonesia Institute of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts.
During its development, Studio Grafis Minggiran has become a worksite or creative work space accessible to anyone interested in facilitating the discourse on, or practice of, printmaking in Indonesia.
Studio Grafis Minggiran conducts a diverse range of educational and printmaking appreciation programs – such as exhibitions, special projects and workshops – across a wide spectrum of locations for broad audiences including artists, college and primary school students, and the general public. Studio Grafis Minggiran is a center for information and documentation on the development of printmaking in Indonesia, always endeavoring to establish cooperation and build networks with institutions and art communities that exist in Indonesia and abroad.
Zinc Plat Lithography Demo
By Grafis Minggiran
8 June 2015
01.00 PM – 05.00 PM
Artists with work at this Location
Deni Rahman (b. 1979, Jakarta, Indonesia) graduated and is completing postgraduate at the Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI), Yogyakarta. Rahman actively manage studio “Graphic Minggiran” and a lecturer at the Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI), Surakarta. He also actively participates in exhibitions in Indonesia and overseas including, U (Dis) topia and Crossing Signs Jogja-Dresden-Berlin, 2010-2011; Jakarta Biennale, 2011; Mini Print Biennale Jogja, 2014. Rahman lives and works in Yogyakarta.
Malcolm Smith is an artist from Sydney, Australia who is currently based in Yogyakarta. His work explores the dark irony of modern life. His recent exhibitions include Modern Times, News Agency Gallery, Sydney; Greetings from Silverside, News Agency Gallery, Sydney; Ships Passing in the Night, Lir Space, Yogyakarta; and The Calling, S.14, Bandung. He lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Soni Irawan (b. 1975 Yogyakarta, Indonesia) studied printmaking at Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta. In 2001, Irawan received the Best Five Award in the visual arts competition, Phillip Morris Asean Art Award. His solo exhibitions include Ode to Permata Unguku, Semarang Gallery, Grand Indonesia, Jakarta and Mellow Yellow, Kendra Gallery, Bali. In addition to exhibitions in Indonesia, Irawan has exhibited in Paris, London, Melbourne, Sydney, and Singapore including Villette Street Festival, Parc de la Villette, Paris, France; and New Underground; Indonesia Contemporary, MiFA Gallery, Melbourne, Australia. He lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Theresia Agustina Sitompul (b. 1981, Pasuruan, East Java, Indonesia) studied visual arts at Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta. Winner of the 2012 Indonesian Printmaking Triennale Best award, she has participated in group and solo exhibitions in cities throughout Indonesia. Recent exhibitions include the solo show Hanya Ada Satu Ibu Dalam Satu Rumah, Bentara Budaya (Jakarta, Bali, Surakarta, dan Yogyakarta) and the group exhibition Manifesto, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta. She lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.