Sunrise Art Gallery Presents A Solo Exhibition “The Journey Of Happiness” by John Martono
8 December 2019 – 31 January 2020 Opening Hours: 11am to 8 pm, daily at Fairmont Jakarta level 2
It was a wonderful night full of art lovers and enthusiasts. Thank you to everyone that came to The solo exhibition of John Martono Saturday, 7 December 2019 , “The Journey of Happiness.” A special thank you to our opening officiant the Governor Of West Java, The honorable Mr. H. Mochamad Ridwan Kamil.
Photo: Sunrise Art Gallery
A special thank you to my family and friend
Photo : John Martono Doc : Wayan Kaswita & Team
“John Martono swirling abstracts with a mix of painting and hand embroidery on silk certainly brings a new and different perspective within Indonesia’s contemporary fine arts.”
John martono’s Exhibitions at Tusk Gallery, Melbourne
Opening Nigt at Tusk Gallery, Melbourne
Here are several of his pieces:
Le Salon de Lahd 10/10/2015 – 10 years of MENASA creativity LONDON
Affordable Art Fair Singapore 2014
Solo Exhibitions, Bangkok Thailand 2014
Solo exhibitions at Royal Cunlan Hotel Kuala lumpur,Malaysia 2013
International Hand Embroidery Exhibitions, Tsinhua University China, 2014
Tusk Gallery , March 2014 Melbourne
Trips to Colourful Thoughts, 20th – 22nd of May 2016
Visitors to London’s Art16 Fair this May will be treated to a boldly coloured and narrative-packed mini-exhibition from Lahd Gallery, showcasing work by artists from the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA) regions.
Art16 has chosen a trio of artists whose work skilfully blends conceptual and visual aspects. Each artist tells a personal story through their work, via the use of vibrant and striking colours and forms. “Trips to Colourful Thoughts” in stand C1 will feature Anas Homsi from Syria, Algerian-French artist Patrick Altes and Indonesian textile practitioner John Martono. These highly personal works explore immigration, diaspora, war, conflict, and the search for happiness.
Hailing from Java, Indonesia, Artist – John Martono uses his intimate knowledge of textile science to produce a glorious, swirling aesthetic, giving visual form to sound and emotion. “It is only logical that when your frame is upright, paint will drip downward. A smooth painting technique is important for such fine silk material.”
The private view will be held on Thursday the 19th of May and the Fair will continue until Sunday the 22nd of May at Art16, Olympia, Hammersmith Road, London W14 8UX, UK.