Indonesia / Sullivan+Strumpf
Enggar Rhomadioni is a local artist from Yogyakarta that presents a variety of visual works, as a result of his observations about human development, such as a traumatized impression or memorable memories. These events and memories resulted in surreal paintings that can be reinterpreted by the viewers. Remembrances in his works are painted in the form of familiar object or memento which then triggers the recollection of different memories to each of the viewers.
Rhomadioni’s latest solo exhibition was RETRIEVAL in Artotel Wahid Hasyim, Jakarta, Indonesia. He has taken part in group exhibitions including Use Your Illusion, Edwin’s Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia (2020); Convergence, Gajah Gallery, Singapore (2019); Kontraksi: Pasca Tradisionalisme (2019), and Rest Area (2017), National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia.
Enggar Rhomadioni will be presenting his works at Sullivan+Strumpf.