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LUKISAN HUANG FONG –INDONESIA- (1936-2004)
HUANG FONG (INDONESIA, 1936-2004) - CARBON Y PASTEL ENMARCADO 53,5 X 43,5
La observación de las pinturas de Huang Fong nos llevan a la vida balinesa que es tranquila y pacífica. Huang ha estado trabajando como artista profesional durante cincuenta años y sus temas de pintura no cambian, tratan de la vida diaria en Bali.
Celebrando su 77 aniversario, Huang Fong celebró una exposición en la Galería Nacional de Yakarta, con el título “Mente, Cuerpo y Espíritu: Huang Fong en 77 años”.
De hecho, Bali ha sido parte de su vida. Su primera visita a Bali fue en 1963. Luego, en 1967 se quedó en la Isla de los Dioses hasta ahora. Huang Fong dijo que le encanta Bali porque la gente de Bali está en paz y armonía, y su cultura del arte es rica.
En esta exposición había 77 pinturas de Huang Fong con diversos objetos y todo acerca de Bali. En general eran retratos de mujeres con ropa tradicional y el pecho desnudo. Otras son pinturas sobre las mujeres en las actividades diarias, como en los mercados tradicionales, campos de arroz, la playa y los templos. Algunas pinturas son acerca de las actividades de los hombres como el Barong y Kecak Danzas. También pintó un famoso pintor tradicional Ida Bagus Made Poleng.
Observing Huang Fong’s paintings we were brought in Balinese life that was quite and peacefully. In this April Huang Fong has been 77 old and has been working as artist professionally for fifties years. During the time his painting themes are not changed that is about daily life in Bali.
Celebrating his birthday this year Huang Fong held single exhibition at National Gallery, Jakarta, with title “Pikiran, Tubuh dan Jiwa: 77 Tahun Huiang Fong” (Mind, Body and Spirit: Huang Fong in 77 years old). As many 77 his works were presented here and all about Bali.
Indeed, Bali has been part of his life. His first visit to Bali was in 1963. Then, in 1967 he stayed in the Island of Gods until now. Huang Fong said, he loves Bali because Balinese people is in peace and harmony, and rich of art cultures.
He felt that he was lucky because of his meeting with some great artists in Bali such as Ida Bagus Made Poleng, Anton Huang, Abdul Azis and Tedja Suminar. He has also close relationship with Affandi and Hendra Gunawan. “I have learned from both of them about how to be focus in working,” he said to art critic Agus Dermawan.
In his paintings, Bali was presented so peace, quite and natural. It was so far from modern life and social, economy and political problems. Agus Dermawan said that Huang Fong paintings were like as “Mooi Indie” arts that only showed the beauty of Indonesian land in Dutch colonial era. Huang Fong didn’t reject this comment, but he said that he also paint the social documentaries.
In this exhibition there were 77 paintings of Huang Fong with various objects and all about Bali. In general they were portraits of women with traditional wear and naked breast. This tradition was only in old Balinese people life.
Another are paintings about women in daily activities such as in traditional markets, rice fields, beach and temples. Some paintings are about men activities such as the Barong and Kecak Dances. He also painted a famous traditional painter Ida Bagus Made Poleng.
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