21 Feb Ajim Juxta at Art Fair Philippines 2019
In addition to our main feature at Art Fair Philippines 2019, where we will be showcasing Dedy Sufriadi in HYPERTEXT REQUIEM, another one of the artists we regularly work with, Ajim Juxta, will be making his Philippines debut, exhibited by our friends at Vinyl on Vinyl, as part of their backroom collection.
Ajim, who is currently on a one-year residency program at Rimbun Dahan, will have his ink and coffee works on paper exhibited at the art fair, marking the first time this young Malaysian artist will be showing his works in the Philippines, with the possibility of a more focused exhibition by him in Manila in the near future.
Vinyl on Vinyl will be exhibiting at booth 33 on 6/F of The Link, Ayala Center, Makati, where Art Fair Philippines will be held, from February 21 to 24 2019. Contact us for artwork enquiries, or to get more information on young Malaysian artist Ajim Juxta.
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Previous art fairs & exhibitions (selected)
and the award goes to…
Moniker International Art Fair 2018
Art Taichung 2018
arkologi: gelap (solo)
Young Art Taipei 2017
We Are 5 (2017)
Ningbo International City Arts Festival 2016
Citizen Art Shanghai (AArt) 2016
Young Art Taipei 2016
Bazaar Art Jakarta 2016
Ajim, a multi-talented visual artist who found his calling in the arts despite receiving his academic training in architecture. His repertoire of works spans several mediums, including pen and ink, found-objects, sculptures, and paintings on canvas. As an artist, embraces opportunities to continuously learn and progress his artistic-self; exploring and experimenting with new mediums, collaborating with other artists, as well as a constant curious questioning of his environmental and humanistic observations.
‘The propositions presented through the artist’s work are not only philosophical, they force us to think about the basic proposals for our living space and imagining the future. Without the viewers realizing it, the visuals take us into the spectacle and universe the artist has constructed.’
Nobuo Takamori, Curator of Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei