The Sound Of Silence And Colors Of The Wind
This book invites debate when discussed because unlike most fine art books, the author mixes up the various elements: stories of the characters he writes, his work, his comments, and the writer himself. This very subjective perspective is precisely the power of the author. Moreover, so many of Ugo's stories are very unique and it is worth to know more about a living painter and his view is very specific. This is a monograph of Indonesian artist Ugo Untoro written by Indonesian writer Omi Intan Naomi. She describes the essence of Ugo’s work as something ‘between the tip of a cigarette and fire of the lighter’. In this publication she traces the development of his arts from 1989 to 2006. The first half of the book is written in English and the second half in Indonesian.
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