Aris PRABAWA

Curriculum Vitae: Aris Prabawa

Solo Exhibitions
2008 Between Industry and the Earth, Sika Gallery, Ubud, Bali
Dalam Bayangan Sang Leviathan, Langgeng Icon Gallery, Jakarta
2006 Industrial Dyspepsia, Mori Gallery, Sydney, NSW.
Drawing Exhibition, Café Giulia, Sydney, NSW
2005 Mencari Damai, Via-Via, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
2004 About Feeling, Fire in the Belly, Lismore, NSW
1998 Arah Berlingkung, Studio Bosan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Selected Group Exhibitions
2009 Never Ending Courage, Conference Bird Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
IVAA Archive AID, National Gallery, Jakarta
2008 The New Millennium. Lismore Regional Gallery. Lismore, NSW
888. China Heights Gallery, Sydney
2007 The Asian Australian Artists Association 10th Annual Member Exhibition, 4A Gallery, Sydney
SISA, UTS Gallery, Sydney
Indonesia: Contemporary Arts Now. Nadi Gallery, Jakarta
Threshold of Tolerance (print making collaboration), School of Arts Gallery, ANU, Canberra
If you see something say something, Gallery 4A and Mori Gallery, Sydney
2006 Sedulur Gempa, Goethe Institute Jakarta, Indonesia
Podho-Podho, Pine Street Creative Arts Centre, Sydney
2005 International Bienale, Jakarta
Ayo Ngguyu, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
2004 New Work from Java, Labour Club, Sydney
2002 Adelaide Festival of Art, Adelaide
Art Against the Machine, 24 Hours: Contemporary Art Gallery, Darwin
Taring Padi, Monash University, Melbourne
Berdua di 2002, Bentara Budaya, Yogyakarta
2001 Gelar Budaya Kerakyatan, Gampingan 1, Yogyakarta
2000 Pink Project, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta
1999 Pancaroba Indonesia, Pacific Bridge: Contemporary Asian Art Gallery, San Francisco, USA
Yogyakarta Biennale, Purna Budaya, Yogyakarta
Awards
2010 Stan and Maureen Duke Art Prize (people’s choice winner) Gold Coast City Art Gallery
2007 Southern Cross Arts Festival (people’s choice winner) Ballina. NSW
2004 The Shirley Kennedy Encouragement Awards, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, QLD
Living Regional Treasure Art Prize (first prize) Lismore Regional Gallery, NSW
Reproduced/Film
2007 Indonesian Contemporary Art Now, SNP International, Singapore
2006 Gang Ways, Film documentary by Carli Leimbach and Bill Leimbach, Australia
2005 Le Banian, Published Indonesian-French Association: Pasar Malam, Paris, France
2002 Indonesia: Art, Activism And Rock’N’ Roll, film by The House of Red Monkey, Australia
2001 Keringat Mutiara, Putu Oka Sukanta, Lumbung Press, Yogyakarta
2000 Art Asia Pacific, Issue 28, 2000
Commisions
2000 Indonesian National Reconciliation Poster, ELSAM, Indonesia
1999 Timor Leste Public Poster, SAHE Institute, Timor Leste

Gender Male
Country of Birth Indonesia Arr. Australia 2002