Lives and Works: Yogyakarta
Much of Hahan’s practice offers a raucously critical take on the international art market from the perspective of an emerging Indonesian artist. Themes of rejection and success filter through his highly finished works, which draw on comics and street art as well as Javanese mythology.
Hahan’s series of three sculptures at the Queensland Art Gallery, GOMA, for instance, caricature key art-world figures — the curator, the artist and the collector — representing the conflict between critical success and commercial gain.
Hahan is part of a young generation of Indonesian artists greatly influenced by popular culture and underground comics.
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