Komharo Studio

Komharo Studio, located on the banks of the Konteng River in Bayaran village, Tamantirto, Kasihan, Bantul, is the studio of sculptor Komroden Haro. Founded in 2007, the facility houses several buildings including the family residence, Haro’s studio, a sculpture workshop as well as indoor and outdoor exhibition space. In 2014, the exhibition facility, which is managed together with TERAS Print Studio, was established and introduced to the public as a space for many kinds of exhibitions and art events. All activities that take place in Komharo Studio are based on the concept of mutual integration.

YOS Insight

“Project Binding”
10 June 2015
07.00 PM – 09.00 PM

Artists with work at this Location

komroden-haroKomroden Haro (b. 1966, Batu Raja, South Sumatera, Indonesia) studied sculpture at Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta, graduating in 1992. He has had two solo exhibitions in 2011 and 2013 in Yogyakarta as well as participated in many joint exhibitions. Aside from being a sculptor he has served two terms as chairman of the Asosiasi Pematung Indonesia (API), Yogyakarta from 2012-2015. Haro live and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.








syahrizal-pahleviSyahrizal Pahlevi (b. 1965, Palembang, Indonesia) graduated from Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta in 1994 majoring in painting. He participated in traditional Japanese woodblock printmaking workshops, or Moku Hanga, during an artist-in-residency program in Nagasawa Art Park, Awaji Island, Japan in 2009 and at the Vermont Studio Center, Vermont, USA in 2011. He was the 2010 winner of the 17th Asian Freeman Artist Fellowships, USA. Pahlevi has had 13 solo exhibitions from 1988-2013. He lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.



carolyn-mckenzie-craigCarolyn Mckenzie-Craig is a lecturer at the National Art School in Sydney, Department of Graphic Arts. She is a practicing artist and PhD candidate at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. In 2014 she was a guest speaker at the 1st Jogja Miniprint Biennale in Indonesia, held a solo show at Gallery Smith, Melbourne as well as at Hold The, Brisbane and won the Marie Ellis Prize for Drawing. She lives and works Sydney, Australia.