Arin Dwihartano Sunaryo is dedicated to painting, pushing its boundaries with innovative techniques, and distilling his passion for comic books, science fiction, and Japanese manga into abstract compositions. His paintings capture shifts between solid and liquid, static and animated, synthetic and natural, and are rooted in the embrace of chance. Acquired for the Guggenheim’s collection, Sunaryo’s Volcanic Ash Series #4 (2012) was made using a combination of resin and, as pigment, volcanic ash from the 2010 eruption of Gunung Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia. Sunaryo has participated in numerous group exhibitions including the Asian International Art Exhibition, Ayala Museum, Manila (2005); and Marcel Duchamp in Southeast Asia, Equator Art Projects, Gillman Barracks, Singapore (2012). Sunaryo lives and works in Bandung.
Arin Dwihartanto’s Artistic Exploration Jakarta Post, March 1, 2012 Amid the vibrancy of the Indonesian art scene, Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo is an artist who stands out with his continuous experiments to push the boundaries of painting. More
Arin Dwihartanto Adventure with Resin C-Arts: Asian Contemporary Art and Culture, June 23, 2010 Arin Dwihartanto is trained and educated in painting, and painting has been his fascination at all times. More
Fluid Friction #2 SIGIarts, March 26, 2010 “My canvas is like a pedestal,” Arin says. The painting that we see created on the canvas is envisioned as having the status as an object, resting on a pedestal. More
Arin Dwihartanto Indonesian Visual Art Archive, 2000-2012 Digital archive of artwork images, projects, and documents related to Sunyaro and his practice. More