OHD Museum


OHD museum adalah museum seni rupa milik seorang pecinta seni, dr. Oei Hong Djien. Museum ini mempunyai koleksi lebih dari 1.500 karya seni, terdiri atas karya lukis, patung indoor dan outdoor, karya instalasi serta keramik. Terdiri atas 2 bangunan utama, museum ini dirancang oleh Yongki Hartanto, terletak di Jalan P. Diponegoro 74 Magelang, Jawa Tengah, Indonesia.


Berbagai macam karya seni rupa modern Indonesia mulai dari karya Raden Saleh, Abdullah Suryosubroto, Mas Pirngadie, Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet, Theo Meier, Kartono Yudhokusumo, Soedibio, Affandi, S. Sudjojono, Edhi Sunarso, Srihadi Sudarsono, Hendra Gunawan, Auke Cornelis Sonnega, Cuvarrubias, Ernest Dezentje, Hans Snel, Lee Man Fong, Ahmad Sadali, Widayat, Popo Iskandar, A.D. Pirous, Nyoman Gunarsa sampai, Made Wianta dan lainnya.
Karya kontemporer  yang terwakili oleh karya Eko Nugroho, S. Teddy D, Ay Tjoe Christien, Yudi Sulistyo, Angki Purbandono, Tisna Sanjaya, Ivan Sagito, Andre Tanama, Yunizar, Alfi, Handiwirman, Yusra Martunus, Rudi Mantofani, Nasirun, Entang Wiharso, Pupuk DP, Eddie Hara, Heri Dono, Yani Mariani, Agus Suwage, Ugo Untoro, Nyoman Masriadi, Dedy Paw, Yuswantoro Adi dan lainnya adalah merupakan koleksi dari museum ini yang dengan secara teratur mengalami rotasi untuk dipamerkan secara berkala.
Gedung pertama berdiri pada tahun 1997 dengan luas bangunan ± 400 meter persegi terdiri atas dua lantai. Pada gedung museum ini dipamerkan sekitar 120 karya seni baik berupa karya lukis, patung atau karya instalasi. Bangunan museum ini diperuntukkan untuk memamerkan karya-karya seni rupa modern.
Gedung kedua, dengan luas tanah ± 400 meter persegi, serta luas bangunan ± 740 meter persegi terdiri atas 2 lantai, gedung ini selesai pembangunannya tahun 2006 dibangun dengan konsep minimalis. Di gedung ini dipamerkan karya-karya kontemporer. Lebih kurang 100 karya seni, dalam 2 dimensi maupun 3 dimensi dapat dilihat pada ruang pamer dalam gedung ini.



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  • ARTWORKS COLLECTIONS


CAREL LODEWIJK DAKE, Jr.
“The Gate Of Batavia”, 1920
Oil on canvas
100 x 125 cm


WIDAYAT
“Flamboyan”, 1973
Oil on canvas
80 x 150 cm



HENDRA GUNAWAN
“Sahabatku”, 1948
Oil on board
77 x 63 cm



ABDULLAH SR
“Landscape”
Oil on canvas
75 x 150 cm



S SUDJOJONO
“Arakan Pengantin”, 1976
Oil on canvas
69 x 89 cm



CUVARRUBIAS
“Temple Ceremony in Bali”
Oil on canvas
120 x 100 cm


M. PIRNGADIE
-
Oil on board
57 x 62 cm



HENDRA GUNAWAN
“Main Catur”
Watercolour on paper
29 x 42 cm



S. SUDJOJONO
“Perjuangan Belum Selesai”, 1967
Oil on board
120 x 240 cm



WIDAYAT
“Pelukis dan Anggrek”, 1989
Oil, canvas mounted on board
75 x 60 cm



LEE MAN FONG
“Torture Practices By The Japanese Army”, 1945
Oil on board
44 x 76,5 cm



S. SUDJOJONO
“Perusing a Poster”, 1956
Oil on canvas
109 x 140 cm


SOEDIBIO
“To You People of Jogja”, 1949
Oil on canvas
200 x 149 cm



HARIJADI SUMADIDJAJA
“Hanya Ada Lubang Harapan”, 1952
Oil on board
102 x 160 cm



HARIJADI SUMADIDJAJA
“Hanya Ada Lubang Harapan”, 1952
Oil on board
102 x 160 cm



WIDAYAT
“Rain Forest”, 1977
Oil on canvas
140 x 250 cm



AUKE CORNELIS SONNEGA
“Tintja Dewa Figure”
Oil on canvas
66 x 55 cm


BASOEKI ABDULLAH
“Strolling”, 1954
Oil on canvas
73 x 98 cm



ABDUL AZIZ (1928-2002)
"Balinese Girl”, 1971
Oil on canvas
101 x 75 cm















ANTONIO BLANCO (1911-1999)
“Balinese Girl”
Oil on canvas
37 x 37 cm










AWIKI (B. 1961)
“Portrait Of dr. Oei”
, 1999
Oil on canvas

150 x 100 cm
















AFFANDI (1907-1990)
Chinese Temple In Jogja”, 1966
Oil on canvas

97,5 x 125,5 cm














I MADE DJIRNA (B. 1957)
“White Eyes”, 2000-2002
Oil on canvas
295 x 500 cm


AHMAD SADALI (1924-1987)
“Flower Arrangement”, 1963
Oil on canvas
56 x 56 cm









ARIE SMIT (B. 1916)
Temple Ceremony, 1957
Oil on canvas
31 x 39 cm








A.D. PIROUS (B. 1933)
“The Seven Pillars”, 1990
Mixed media on canvas
120 x 145 cm









I WAYAN SUDARNA PUTRA (B. 1976)
“Soldiers”
, 1999
Mixed media on canvas
140 x 300 cm



UGO UNTORO (B. 1970)
"My Bare Room"
, 1995
Oil on canvas
100 x 80 cm















YUSWANTORO ADI (B. 1966)
"Alone but Never Lonely", 1999
Oil on canvas
80 x 60 cm













HERI DONO (B. 1960)
“Political Acrobat”
2001
Mixed media on canvas
150 x 150 cm












HENDRA GUNAWAN (1918-1983)
"Three Prostitutes", 1978
Oil on canvas
146 x 200 cm



NASIRUN (B. 1965)
"The Death of Kumbokarno", 2001-2002
Oil on canvas
200 x 400 cm




IVAN SAGITO (B. 1957)
"The Essence of Cow in the Macro and Microcosmos", 1989
Oil on canvas
110 x 140 cm



WIDAYAT (1919-2002)
"Bird in the Tree's", 1989
Oil on canvas
145 x 145 cm


HANDIWIRMAN SAPUTRA (B. 1975)
"Pose Sofa", 2004
Acrylic on canvas
140 x 420 cm (Tryptich)



I NYOMAN MASRIADI (B. 1973)
"Invasion by the Clowns of Time", 1999
Mixed media on canvas
145 x 200 cm





YUNIZAR (B. 1971)
"Two Red Dots", 1999
Acrylic on canvas
145 x 145 cm





I MADE WIRADANA (B. 1968)
"Pemburu dan Kalong",
1999
Mixed media on canvas
130 x 150 cm



JUMALDI ALFI (B. 1973)
"M 050518", 2005
Acrylic on canvas
145 x 155 cm



YUSWANTORO ADI (B. 1966)
"Masterpieces of Indonesia", 1996-97
Oil on canvas
150 x 150 cm



PUPUK DARU PURNOMO (B. 1964)
"Yogyakarta Street Corner", 1999
Oil on canvas
160 x 120 cm



















I NYOMAN NUARTA (B. 1951)
"Businessman"
, 2000
Polyester resin
70 x 28 x 132 cm


















EDHI SUNARSO (B. 1932)
"Hope", 1987
Bronze
40 x 80 x 30 cm



RUDI MANTOFANI (B. 1973)
"Dalam Keseimbangan"
, 1996
Stainless steel, lead, iron
108 x 94 x 30 cm















BASRIZAL ALBARA (B. 1966)
"Prostitute", 1994
Fiberglass and iron wire
56 x 42 x 32 cm

















EDDIE HARA (B. 1957)
"Deep Polluted Sea Creature", 1995
Paint on wood
62 x 83 x 8 cm



Ign. PAMUNGKAS GARDJITO (1949-2007)
"High Note at Late Twilight", 1997
Bronze
30 x 36 x 41 cm



EDHI SUNARSO (B. 1932)
"Too Cold", 1981
Mixed media
155 x 38 x 48 cm
















SUDARISMAN (B. 1948)
"Composition of Figures", 2001
Oil on canvas
115 x 140 cm




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  • BOOK



EXPLORING MODERN INDONESIAN ART
THE COLLECTION OF DR OEI HONG DJIEN
by DR. Helena Spanjaard.
Exploring Modern Indonesian Art gives us an overview of the rich variety of Indonesian art, and the history of the country’s modern period, through the collection of Dr. Oei Hong Djien.

This outstanding collection contains many high quality works of the doyens of modern art, including Affandi, Sudjojono, Hendra, and Widayat, as well as of talented younger artists like Nasirun, I Made Djirna, and Entang Wiharso.
The History of art in Indonesia mirrors the cultural history of the nation. After the introduction of oil painting in the colonial period, Indonesian painters created their own styles, techniques, and themes. They documented the struggle for independence from the Dutch, stimulated by the first president of the Indonesia Republic, Soekarno. During the fifties, the artistic debate focused on the search for a specific Indonesian identity in modern art.
The economic boom under president Soeharto’s leadership in the 1980s and 1990s has led to many changes in the art world. Collectors and galleries have greatly encouraged the production of modern art, establishing a lively art market.
The cultural diversity of Indonesia has led to artistic solutions in modern art that blend the traditional and the modern , the national and the international, creating a unique world.
The collection of Dr. Oei Hong Djien, described and explained by art historian Dr. Helena Spanjaard, allows the reader to gain insight into the colorful, expressive and sometimes mysterious world of modern Indonesian art.




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KERJASAMA PAMERAN

2011 Singapore Art Museum – Collectors’ Stage, Asian Contemporary Art From Private Collections
2010 Lawangwangi Art Bandung- The Colletors’ Turn
2010 Syang Art Gallery Magelang -  Water color exhibition “The Birth of Colors”
2010 The National Art Gallery, Singapore & The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea – Realism in Asian Art
2010 Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai – Contemporaneity; Contemporary Art in Indonesia
2010 Bentara Budaya -  Emiria Soenassa “Masalalu selalu aktual”
2009 Jogja Gallery – EXPOSIGNS 25 th Institut Seni Indonesia Yogyakarta
2009 Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Amsterdam – Beyond the Dutch
2009 National University of Singapore Museum & Garis Art Space – Pupuk Daru Purnomo “DOXA Faces as Metaphor.
2009 Museum Basoeki Abdullah Jakarta – Basoeki Abdullah Fakta & Fiksi
2008 Singapore Art Museum – Masriadi “Black is My Last Weapon”
2008 Singapore Management University Museum – Indonesian Triple Bill
2008 Garis Artspace Jakarta – Pupuk Daru Purnomo “The Theater of The Space”
2008 Galeri Nasional Indonesia & Galeri Canna – Putu Sutawijaya “Legacy of Sagacity”
2008 National University of Singapore Museum – Strategies Towards The Real S. Sudjojono and Contemporary Indonesian Art.
2007 Singapore Art Museum – Widayat Between Worlds “A Retrospective”
2006 Jogja Gallery – Pembukaan Jogja Gallery
2004 Museum H. Widayat, Mungkid, Magelang – Launching Exploring Modern of Indonesian Art Book
2000 The Japan Foundation Asia Center – Heri Dono “Dancing Demons and Drunken Deities”
2000 Singapore Art Museum & Christie’s International Singapore – Visions & Enchantment Southeast Asian Paintings
2005 Art Retreat A Private Museum Singapore – Fashioning Modernity 7 Indonesian Masters
1999 Singapore Art Museum & National Heritage Board, Singapore – “Soulties”
1997 Indonesia & Japan Friendship Festival “Painstaking Realism in Indonesian Contemporary Painting"



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  • RELATIONS



Asean Artist TVIM Exhibition


Indonesia Institute of Arts Yogyakarta



Jakarta Institute of Art


Pelita Harapan University


Senior High School Taruna Nusantara


Sotheby's Institute of Art Singapore



Direktorat Museum and Museum Basoeki Abdullah


Dra. Intan Mardiana M. Hum. & dr. Oei


World and Young President Organization




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  • EXHIBITIONS








  • ARTICLE


Dr. Oei Hong Djien, the first to systematically collect Indonesian contemporary art, has amassed a collection of more than 1500 works of art by Indonesian artists. His collection includes paintings, sculpture, and installation pieces by over 100 different artists including well-known Indonesian artists such as Affandi, Hendra Gunawan, Sudjojono, Yunizar, and Nyoman Masriadi. He also has commissioned artists to fabricate doors for his museum, a painted barrel vaulted ceiling in his home, and a mural for the exterior entrance of the first of his two museums, located next to his house in Megelang. I learned from Dr. Oei that Yogyakarta .....

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The charm of Dr. Oei Hong Djien cannot be exaggerated. Henry and I were not the first people to be brought under his “spell”. His passion for art, friendship, life, and learning are all evident in his exuberant personality. Sean Flakelar, General Manager of the Amanjiwo in Borobudur Village, is a friend of Dr. Oei, so much so, that a visit to see his collection is one of the excursions offered by Amanjiwo .....

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