Adi Suanjaya "Kencut", I Putu

Educated at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Indonesian Arts Institute, in Yogyakarta, I Putu Adi Suanjaya "Kencut" is an artist from Bali famous for his buttonhole puppet figures. Through bold colors and lines, he presents a world of parody through his figures as a form of human reflection today. Kencut presents the subject of doll-shaped creatures with buttons that are presented in the form of paintings, sculptures and installations. It has a characteristic emphasis on contrasting colors and line strength.

The characters in Kencut's works are presented like dolls but are actually representations of humans and their lives. These inanimate puppets show a fragment scene of human life that contains a reflection on the current human situation. He has many solo exhibitions, among others: at Artotel Gajah Mada Semarang in 2020 and at Artotel Sanur in 2019. He has also participated in group exhibitions: including the Intention Please!b exhibition at Edwin Gallery, Jakarta 2020, 2019 Salon at Langgeng Art Foundation Yogyakarta, and Celebration of the Future, ABBC Building, 2019 and Art Jakarta, Rachel Gallery, 2018.

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Print, All In Home, Suanjaya Kencut

All In Home

Suanjaya Kencut

Print - 76.2 x 58.4 x 3 cm Print - 30 x 23 x 1.2 inch


Painting, Heart, Suanjaya Kencut


Suanjaya Kencut

Painting - 79.375 x 60.325 x 2.5 cm Painting - 31.3 x 23.8 x 1 inch


Painting, Kepenuhan (Fullness), Suanjaya Kencut

Kepenuhan (Fullness)

Suanjaya Kencut

Painting - 70 x 100 x 3.81 cm Painting - 27.6 x 39.4 x 1.5 inch


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The year of birth of the artist is: 1994