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Hotel Art Fair Bangkok 2022

Artemis Art returned to Hotel Art Fair Bangkok, this year held at the uber-hip The Standard Mahanakhon. The art fair took place from 3 to 6 November 2022, and we exhibited in room 808. This was Artemis Art’s second appearance in this art fair, which we first participated in 2019, the first time we had shown in Bangkok, Thailand.

Featured this time around were recent works by Chang Chiung-Fang, Cheong See Min, Dedy Sufriadi, Erzane Nova, Syahbandi Samat, and Taufik Ermas. The diverse styles of these artists come together in a visually fun themed display, matching the the party vibe this fair is known for.

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Chang Chiung-Fang

b. 1984 in Taipei, Taiwan

Combining strong expressive tendencies and bold strokes in her works, Taipei-born Chang Chiung Fang’s embodies free-spirited expressions of life as it is experienced and observed. Much of what she expresses are autobiographical, basing her art on her own experiences, through the lenses of continuous self-discovery and understanding, enabling her to better express ideas and stories she wishes to convey.

For this art fair, we have also included the artist’s sculptures as part of our presentation, an added dimension to the paintings that we have previously exhibited by the artist. 
(artist profile available upon request)

Cheong See Min

b. 1994 in Johor, Malaysia

See Min is a young Malaysian artist who describes herself as an obsessive “street observer” as well as a collector of stories, all of which she then translates into her fabric-based artworks. The two works by her we are exhibiting have been executed using the Supplementary Weft technique.

This is See Min’s debut art fair appearance with Artemis Art, allowing us to present her intriguing fabric art to a new audience. 
(artist profile available upon request)

Dedy Sufriadi

b. 1976 in Palembang, Indonesia

Contemporary abstract artist Dedy Sufriadi has a wide repertoire of work and styles, encompassing the use of many different elements. The many disparate visual styles that can be found across his vast body of work can be tied together by one common trait – his mastery of color and composition. Dedy is perhaps best known for his work related to text, an element of modern life that humans are subject to at virtually every waking moment, whether realized or not.

2022 has thus far been an important year for Dedy. Earlier this year, he was featured as part of Artemis Art’s participation in Art Solo 2022, which took place at the EXPO Dome, Taipei Expo Park, in Taipei, Taiwan, from 15 to 17 April. This marks Dedy’s major art fair debut in Taiwan. In addition, Dedy made his exhibition debut in Europe when the European Cultural Centre Italy (ECC Italy) launched their Venice Biennale satellite event, Personal Structures: Reflection, in parallel with the main Biennale, from 23 April to 27 November 2022.  More recently, Dedy was also one of the participating artists in our participation in Asia NOW – Paris Asian Art Fair 2022 in October, just prior to this fair.
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Erzane Nova

b. 1983 in Sumatra, Indonesia

Making both his exhibition and art fair debut with Artemis Art is Yogyakarta-based Erzane Nova, whose Pop Art influenced works have been in our radar scope for some time now. Erzane hails from South Sumatra, and like the many artists who studied at the Indonesian Institute of the Arts, chose to remain in the city post-graduation.

Using visual characters he created, Erzane expresses the many aspects of global popular culture that have fast become integrated into everyday life within his and later generations. This is a phenomenon is not unique to Indonesia but can be seen the world over.
(artist profile available upon request)

Syahbandi Samat

b. 1992 in Malaysia

His use of the ordinary ballpoint pen has made self-taught Malaysian artist Syahbandi Samat one of the more unique Malaysian artists currently practicing, and whose works are almost always instantly recognizable.

Syahbandi’s works currently delve deeper into his own psyche, projecting his inner thoughts, experiences, and aspirations. Successfully breaking away from the need to “please” with his artistic creations, Syahbandi addresses issues that are important to him, such as corruption, the environment, and of course, introspective works dealing with his own life experiences.
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Taufik Ermas

b. 1984 in Indonesia

The dialectics of space and delving into what lies behind human psychological scarring are among the ideas central to the current body of work by Indonesian artist Taufik Ermas. He survived a near-tragedy during the major 2006 Yogyakarta earthquake that caused his home to collapse, burying him alive for a short period before being rescued.

Canvas augmentation is a central feature to his current body of work, either through physical canvas frame modifications to create negative space within his visual narratives, or through his layer/contour technique, where Taufik creates physical ridges (or its inverse, niches) on the canvas surface without tearing through or cutting the canvas. In addition to his canvas-based works, Taufik will also feature his limited edition Dora art toy, and a vinyl version of his well-known Cut-Out series of works.
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