Born in 1988 - Indonesia
Fakhri Bismanto Bohang is an Indonesian artist born in 1988. He has been living and working in Köln Germany since 2012. Fakhri is a self-taught painter who focuses on figurative paintings. His main interest is to observe the possibility of painting amidst the digital age of photography.
Fakhri Bohang is heavily influenced by baroque portrait painters such as Velasquez and Zurbaran as well as photo-realistic portraiture such as Franz Gertsch and Gerhard Richter.
His works were exhibited in 2016 at the "Royal Society for Portrait Painters" at the Mall Galleries in London, Modern Art museum in Barcelona in 2015, in Brühl 2014, not to mention the Red House in Sofia, Bulgaria, in 2013.
2015 Figurativas Painting and Sculpture Exhibitons, MEAM (Museu Europeu d'Art Modern), Barcelona, Spain
2015 Brücker Kunsttage, Brück, Köln, Germany
2015 Griffin Gallery Open, Griffin Gallery, London, UK
2014 Kalkkunst, Polizeipräsidium & Sünner Brauerei, Köln, Germany
2014 Offene Ateliers, Köln, Germany
2014 Works of Art in the Workplace, Köln, Germany
2014 Blick hinter die Kulissen, Orangerie, Brühl, Germany
2013 YICCA 2013, The Red House, Sofia, Bulgaria
2013 Kalkkunst, Polizeipräsidium & Lukas Apotheke, Köln, Germany
2013 Offene Ateliers, Köln, Germany
2013 Bismanto Selection – Ein Jahr in Deutschland, Hotel Madison, Köln, Germany
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