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Eko Nugroho

The World In Phobia, 2016

Manual embroidery, fiberglass painted with acrylic, batik bolster, batik table mat
68 1/10 × 24 4/5 × 24 in
173 × 63 × 61 cm
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Shanghai, Seoul
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Arario Gallery
Shanghai, Seoul
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A part of The Dance Corps series (2016)

A part of The Dance Corps series (2016)

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The Artist and ARARIO GALLERY.
Eko Nugroho
Indonesian, b. 1977
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Among the “2000 Generation” of Indonesian contemporary artists, who came of age artistically in the tumultuous and creative period after the downfall of President Haji Muhammad Suharto, Eko Nugroho makes art for and of the people, based in the street and on his own experiences, and exploring the often absurd condition of being human. As he describes, political and social criticism is at the heart of his subtly subversive output: “In Indonesia the political situation is getting better, but there's still a lot of narrow-mindedness and social pressure, and that's exactly what I'm critical of in my work.” Nugroho’s early experience as a street artist is evidenced in the graphic punch of his public murals, paintings, drawings, installations, animation, and embroidery, populated by cartoonish figures with masked faces, who dissemble, posture, argue, and struggle—like the human beings they represent.

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Shanghai, Seoul
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A part of The Dance Corps series (2016)

A part of The Dance Corps series (2016)

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The Artist and ARARIO GALLERY.
Eko Nugroho
Indonesian, b. 1977
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Among the “2000 Generation” of Indonesian contemporary artists, who came of age artistically in the tumultuous and creative period after the downfall of President Haji Muhammad Suharto, Eko Nugroho makes art for and of the people, based in the street and on his own experiences, and exploring the often absurd condition of being human. As he describes, political and social criticism is at the heart of his subtly subversive output: “In Indonesia the political situation is getting better, but there's still a lot of narrow-mindedness and social pressure, and that's exactly what I'm critical of in my work.” Nugroho’s early experience as a street artist is evidenced in the graphic punch of his public murals, paintings, drawings, installations, animation, and embroidery, populated by cartoonish figures with masked faces, who dissemble, posture, argue, and struggle—like the human beings they represent.

Eko Nugroho

The World In Phobia, 2016

Manual embroidery, fiberglass painted with acrylic, batik bolster, batik table mat
68 1/10 × 24 4/5 × 24 in
173 × 63 × 61 cm
Unique
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location
Shanghai, Seoul
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