Lot 52
  • 52

Yunizar

Estimate
140,000 - 250,000 HKD
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Description

  • Yunizar
  • Irama Laut (Rhythm of the Sea)
  • SIGNED LOWER LEFT; DATED 2010 LOWER RIGHT; SIGNED, TITLED IRAMA LAUT AND DATED 2010 ON THE REVERSE

  • ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

  • 200 BY 200 CM.; 78 3/4 BY 78 3/4 IN.

Condition

The painting is in good condition, as is the canvas, which is clear and taut. The paint layers are intact. The colours of the painting are overall less yellow and the gold is more metallic in reality.
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Catalogue Note

Yunizar seems to be moving to an extreme point on the opposite side. His works look impulsive, na├»ve like those by children, or even wild. This is true even though, in careful observation, Yunizar actually has a characteristic discipline of visual approach in the use of just simple visual elements: lines, scratches and textures to be the main components of his painting. Yunizar's aesthetic sensibility lies in his ability to find ways to present the various simple elements in rhythmic compositions. He always believes that beauty is obtainable from everything simple. Of the most importance are one's viewpoint and attitude in enjoying it, so he believes.                             

ENIN SUPRIYANTO CITED IN ART WORKS: DEUTSCHE BANK'S COMMITMENT TO ART, NADI GALLERY, 2008, PAGE 84