Putu Sutawijaya Studio was founded in 2007 in Yogyakarta by artist Putu Sutawijaya. Aside from being an artist studio, it is also used as a place for artist discussions and as a Sharing Studio. In 2010, Sutawijaya shared his studio with the artist collective House of Matahati (MOH) from Malaysia. Then in 2011 he once again shared his space with Malaysian artist Keow Loang Kiang. In addition, Putu Sutawijaya Studio has welcomed Indonesian artist Samuel Indratma as part of the Sharing Studio initiative. Putu Sutawijaya Studio is located in Nitiprayan, a well-known artist village. Many artists chose to make their home in this area and it is also home to several art institutions.
9 June 2015
03.00 PM – 06.00 PM
Artists with work at this Location
Putu Sutawijaya (b. 1970, Bali, Indonesia) graduated from Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI), Yogyakarta in 1998. Putu Sutawijaya has participated in many important exhibitions both in Indonesia and abroad. His latest solo exhibition is The Dance of Remembering, SinSin Gallery, Hong Kong and a recent group exhibitions is Trajectories, Habana Gallery, Cuba. He lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
I Nyoman Adiana (b. 1976, Bali, Indonesia) studied fine art and painting at Institut Seni Indonesia, Yogyakarta. Adiana’s works have been exhibited in many venues in Indonesia and he has had a solo exhibition, Children of the Rainbow, Zinc Art Space, Malaysia. He lives and works in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
Stephan Spicher (b. 1950, Basel, Switzerland) studied art at the former Basel Art and Crafts School (Kunstgewerbeschule), today’s Academy of Art and Design, Basel. In two projects curated by Urs Ramseyer, Spicher collaborated and exhibited together with Asian artist Made Wianta, both in Basel and Bali. He has had recent solo exhibitions at Sangkring Art Space, Yogyakarta and Hashimoto Museum, Kyoto. He lives and works in Oberwil, Switzerland and Maggia, Ticino.