Lot 268 - Natisa Jones - In All My Glory
Charcoal, Watercolour, Acrylic and Gouache on Paper
A6 (10x15cm) original artwork
Signed on verso
Natisa Jones b. 1989 Born in Jakarta, Natisa Jones is a visual artist who works between Bali, Indonesia where she spent most of her childhood growing up – and Amsterdam, Netherlands where she is currently based.
Jones completed a Visual Arts diploma studies in Chiang Mai Thailand and a bachelor’s degree of Fine Arts Painting in RMIT University - Melbourne, Australia. Through the process of writing, drawing, painting, and video, Jones establishes a tightly-knit relationship between her personal life and her creative practice. Raised in a multicultural house hold by a Javanese mother and a Canadian father, Jones pulls narratives from her personal experiences to explore issues within identity and reflect on social dynamics. Framing moments of vulnerability, while every so often pinching sentiments from popular culture, text is regularly incorporated with imagery. Prompt by her multicultural upbringing, Jones seeks to emphasize the notion of duality as an underlying theme in every aspect of her work.
Natisa has held 3 solo exhibitions in Ruci Gallery (Jakarta), Galeri Salihara (Jakarta) and Tony Raka Gallery, (Bali). Group exhibitions include Indonesia, Thailand, Singapore, Australia, Phillipines and more.Bachelor of Fine Arts - Painting (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) Graduated 2011Solo Exhibitions 2019 – Solo Exhibition, ‘Love Is Never Lonely’ – Tony Raka Gallery, Bali Indonesia 2018 – Solo Exhibition - ‘ G R O T E S K ‘, Galeri Salihara - Jakarta, Indonesia 2016 – Solo Exhibition,’Tough Romance’, RUCI Art Space - Jakarta, Indonesia Group Exhibitions 2020 - Art Jakarta 2020 - Hatch Art Projects - Virtual Exhibition 2020 - Group Exhibition - UOB Painting of the Year Virtual Exhibition 2020 - Group Exhibition - Hatch Art Projects - ‘Between Analog & Digital’ - Singapore 2019 – Malaysia Art Fair 2019 – G13 Gallery – Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 2019 – Duo Exhibition, ‘Untouchables’ – Ciptadana Gallery – Jakarta, Indonesia 2019 – Art Jakarta 2019, Yavuz Gallery – Jakarta, Indonesia 2019 – Hotel Art Fair Bangkok 2019 – G13 Gallery – Bangkok, Thailand 2019 – Art Moments 2019 – Project Mei – Jakarta Indonesia 2019 – Group Exhibition, ‘Rising of Eve’, - ISA Advisory - Jakarta, Indonesia 2019 – South East Asia Focus (STPI Initiative), - with Ruci Art Space, Gillman Barracks - Singapore 2019 – Group Exhibition, ‘Axis by Praxis : A Meeting Place’, - G13 Gallery - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2019 – Group Exhibition ‘Celebration of The Future’ - ABBC Bali - Bali, Indonesia 2018 – Art Jakarta 2018, Ruci Art Space - Jakarta, Indonesia 2018 – Group Exhibition - ‘GOT PAPER ?’, Ruci Art Space - Jakarta, Indonesia 2018 – Group Exhibition, ‘SPEKTRUM :100 Years of Hendra Gunawan’, Ciputra Artpreneur Gallery – Jakarta, Indonesia 2018 – Group Exhibition – ‘ Tetap Terang ’, by ISA Advisory - Ambient Showroom – Jakarta, Indonesia 2018 – Group Exhibition - ‘ Voyage To Indonesia ‘, IMF World Bank - Jakarta, Indonesia 2017 – Trio Exhibition - ‘ Self Explanatory‘, Dia.Lo.Gue Art Space - Jakarta, Indonesia 2017 – Art Stage Jakarta 2017 - Ruci Art Space - Jakarta, Indonesia 2017 – Collaborative Exhibition - ‘Drawing Future’. - Cush-Cush Gallery - Bali, Indonesia 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘UOB Painting of The Year’ 50 Finalists - Jakarta Indonesa 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘Contemporary Art From Bali’, Langgeng Art Foundation – Jogjakarta, Indonesia 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘Beyond Baliseering’, 45Dowstairs Gallery – Melbourne, Australia 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘Girl Gang’, Artistry Art Space - Singapore 2016 – Group Exhibition, BAZAAR ART JAKARTA 2016, with Artsphere Gallery - Jakarta, Indonesia 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘Heritage Note’, The Grand Bali Beach Hotel - Bali, Indonesia 2016 – Group Exhibition, ‘Mulat Sarira’, NuArt Sculptural Park - Bandung, Indonesia 2015 – Group Exhibition, ‘Promemoria Collection’ by ISA Art Advisory - Jakarta, Indonesia 2015 – Art Showcase, ‘UNDER’, Swoon Art Space - Bali, Indonesia 2015 – Group Exhibition, ‘Illustration and Drawing II’ BIASA Gallery - Bali, Indonesia 2015 – Group Exhibition, ‘Respublica’, GGIAA - National Gallery Indonesia - Jakarta, Indonesia 2015 – Group Exhibition, ‘My Exquisite Corpse’, BIASA Gallery- Bali Indonesia 2015 – Showcase, ‘Me/You : Yesterday/Tomorrow’, Natisa Jones Studio Launch - Bali, Indonesia 2014 – Group Exhibition, 100% INDONESIA, Pondok Tingal Artspace - Jogjakarta, Indonesia 2014 – Art Showcase, ‘Are We There Yet?’ selected works, Tony Raka Gallery - Bali, Indonesia 2014 – Group Exhibition, ‘Portraits from The Stalk Room’, BIASA Gallery - Bali, Indonesia 2014 – Group Exhibition, ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ Swoon Art Space - Bali, Indonesia 2013 – Art Showcase, ‘ARE WE THERE YET? PART II’, SoTo - Berlin, Germany 2013 – Solo Exhibition, ‘ARE WE THERE YET?’, 3 Monkeys Sanur - Bali, Indonesia 2013 – Group Exhibition, SAMPAH, Swoon Art Space - Bali, Indonesia 2012 – Group Exhibition, PESCATORIA, Mantra - Bali, Indonesia 2012 – Group Exhibition, MAN//PRIA, Swoon Art Space - Bali, Indonesia 2012 – Group Exhibition, WOMAN//WANITA, Swoon Art Space - Bali, Indonesia 2011 – Group Exhibition, Bachelors of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition, RMIT University - Melbourne, Australia 2008 – Group Exhibition, ART & CULINAIRE, The Laguna Nusa Dua Hotel - Bali, Indonesia 2008 – Group Exhibition, I.B. Diploma Graduation Exhibition, PTIS - Chiang Mai Thailand
About the postcard artworks
With 'In All My Glory' - I wanted to celebrate all sides of our being as women. Although it is easy to celebrate ourselves through our triumphs, it is the hardships that truly place our sense of self-love and acceptance on trial. Its through hardship that we learn who we truly are, our strength, weaknesses, our priorities, and how to continuously fight ourselves. Dark blues, light blues, light yellows peeking, thick limbs, pink mountains. To be soft and playful, yet to take up space and become heavy. All of it is okay. All of it is valid. It is an ongoing process to take ownership of all of it. But through every crack, every detail, I'd like to celebrate - in all our glory, as we are. "