Adi Gunawan - Solo Exhibition #2

Virtual Exhibition

 


There is a close relationship between the satire Animal Farm by the famous British writer George Orwell (1903 – 1960) and the sculptures of Adi Gunawan. Both chose the language of metaphor, metonymy and equivalence. Adi Gunawan was born and grew up in an agrarian society which made him very attached to the animal world. Therefore, he is fluent in using a satire approach by borrowing the construction of various animal meanings to represent humans. Hardiman – Curator


Yoga Series #3 (Padmasana)

2015

 

Siapa Lebih Cepat #6

2015

 

The Journey

2011

 

Hold Me Tight

2016

 

Enjoy Your Life

2020

 

The Ladder of Success #1

2013

 

Stay with Me

2020

 

Yoga Series #5 (Natarajasana)

2016

 


Seeing Adi Gunawan's Collection virtually made me more interested in yoga, Padmasana that is lotus position and Natarajasana that is Lord of the dance poses look really amazing.

Metaphor, metonymy and equivalence which one you could found in the Adi Gunawan's artworks? Or else you could found all the elements? Moreover, curios about the other virtual exhibitions held by Andi's Gallery? I can't wait either!


For further information:

Andi’s Gallery

Jl. Tanah Abang 4 No. 14, Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia

WhatsApp: +62815-143-28878

 

Social Media:

Website: www.andis-gallery.com

Instagram: andisgallery_

 

Adi Gunawan:

Website: https://adigunawansculpture.wordpress.com/

Mobile Phone: +6281578991075

Email: adi_home9@yahoo.com

Instagram: @adigunawansculpture

 

Reference:
Personal impression and experience

https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/3876950/adi-gunawan-solo-exhibition-2

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