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Published by Gallery Lukisan, 2021-09-02 16:27:32

Photography – Water

Photography exhibition with theme "Water"

Keywords: art,photography,fineart,contemporaryart,indonesia,nederland,netherlands,indonesie,water,underwater,blackandwhite,BW,colour

HENGKI KOENTJORO

JOS VERHOOGEN
CORINE HEIJMANS

WATER

1 SEPTEMBER - 2 OCTOBER 2021



WATER

1 SEPTEMBER - 2 OCTOBER 2021

HENGKI KOENTJORO

JOS VERHOOGEN
CORINE HEIJMANS

1 HENGKI KOENTJORO

FOREWORD

2HENGKI KOENTJORO

Dear all,
Should we ought to think about a theme for the month September, then it would be
photography. Summer has just ended and the reminiscense of the hopefully
beautiful summer with its trips to places near or afar from home, immortalised
many times in the forms of spontaneous snapshots rather than carefully composed
photography. However the fun in making and enjoying photography is the key here.
For the current photography exhibiton the subject is in or around WATER. With
works by the Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro, an award winning
landscape photographer and one of the Hasselblad ambassadors. Almost all of his
landscape as well as underwater photo works are black-and-white photography.
Hengki Koentjoro in a way manges to reduce landscape and other subjects into
abtract objects, and creates clear and appealing photography.
In collaboration and as part of the photo festival FoBoz titled “Water” in Bergen op
Zoom, The Netherlands, you will find water birth photography by the Belgian
photographer Jos Verhoogen. He is one of the pioneers in this very intimate and
personal genre of photography.
Corine Heijmans meanwhile revisits the places her young father had been sent to
during his military service in West-Papua (now Irian Jaya province of Indonesia). The
photos appear to be patches of memory at first, yet they speak of a dedication and
love to the island and also her father.

GALLERY LUKISAN
Roel van Veggel
Sander Salim

ALOR 01

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



ALOR 02

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



ALOR 03

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



ALOR 04

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



ALOR 04

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



ALOR 06

Alor Island, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
2018
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



FREE PLAY 06 “VULNERABLE”

Ambon, Moluccan Islands, Indonesia
March, 2008
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



PIRANHA

-
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



UNDERWATER 12 “LIQUID GARDEN”

Ambon, Indonesia – March 2008
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



UNDERWATER 14 “FRENZY”

Bunaken, North Sulawesi, Indonesia – 2013
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



UNDERWATER 15 “MELODY”

-
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



NOIR 01 “BLACK RIVER”

South Borneo/Kalimantan, Indonesia
March 2008
Carbon pigment Ultrachrome K3 ink on
Hahnemühle FineArt Photo Rag paper
43 x 43 cm
61 x 61 cm



JAYAPURA

Photo Art Paper on aluminium dibond
60x90 cm (edition 10)
40x60 cm (edition 10)



KALIBIRU (BLUE RIVER)

Photoprint on dibond
30x40 cm (edition 10)
40x60 cm (edition 10)



LITTLE ISLAND

Photoprint on dibond
40x60 cm (edition 10)
30x40 cm (edition 10)

ARFAK MOUNTAIN

Photoprint on dibond
40x60 cm (edition 10)
30x40 cm (edition 10)

SEARCHLIGHT

Photoprint on MDF
20x15 cm (edition 10)

TOGETHER

Photoprint on dibond
ø 30 cm (edition 10)
ø 20 cm (edition 10)

35 HENGKI KOENTJORO

HENGKI KOENTJORO

Born Hengki Koentjoro is an award-winning and accomplished fine-art and
24 March, 1963 in Semarang, landscape photographer, specialising in capturing the spectral domain
Central Java, Indonesia amidst the shades of black and white. Born in Semarang, Central Java,
Indonesia, he proceeded to pursue further education in Brooks Institute of
Education Photography in Santa Barbara, California; an expedition that plunged him
Kanisius High School, into the professional arena of video production and fine art photography.
Jakarta, Indonesia Childhood introduction to camera on his 11th birthday is by now an
Brooks Institute of earnest love affair that involves an elaborate choreography of
Photography, California, USA composition, texture, shapes and lines.

Upon his return to Indonesia, Hengki settles in Jakarta as a freelance
videographer and video editor for nature documentaries and corporate
profiles. Delving into what he believes to be his true purpose in life's
journey of expression, he indulges himself in the art of black and white
photography on the side. Exploring along the borderlines of light and
shadow, yin and yang. Celebrating complexity in the minimalist, while
diving into the spiritual in the physical.

Hengki Koentjoro is named one of Hasselblad Ambassadors.

"Photography can never be separated from the aspects of making the
common things unusual, welcoming the unexpected, indulging and
embracing ourselves with the joy of photography"—Hengki Koentjoro, 2013

HENGKI KOENTJORO 36

AWARDS (SELECTION)
2015
PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2015 – 1st Prize in Nature Category/Water
PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2015 – 1st Prize in Nature Category/Animal
2014
IPA Photography Awards 2014 – 1st place winner in Nature/Aerial category
MIFA – Moscow International Foto Awards 2014 – Honourable Mention – Fine Art Landscape
Hasselblad Master 2014 – 1st place winner in Landscapes/Nature category
Kontinent Awards 2014 – Official Selection in Fine Art Projects
2013
Kontinent Awards 2013 – Official Selection in Fine Art Projects
PX3 Paris Photo Competition 2013 — 3rd place in Fine Art Category
Worldwide Photography Gala Awards – WPGA 2013. 1st place – Seascape/Underwater Category
Black and White Spider Awards 2013. 1st place – Outstanding Achievement in Nature Category
Black and White Spider Awards 2013. 2nd place – Merit of Excellent in Silhouette Category
Black & White Single Image Contest 2013, for a Spotlight Award

CORINE HEIJMANS (in het Nederlands)

Born Why do you want to stick to that island?
1964, Bergen op Zoom,
The Netherlands (Amerikaanse president John F. Kennedy vroeg dit aan Dr. J.H. van Roijen,
minister van Buitenlandse Zaken van Nederland)*
Education
Kunstacademie-noord “Er was zoiets in zijn ogen, dat zweemde naar verdriet, maar daarnaast,
Brasschaat dat echte, wat je van een Hollandse marineman verwacht, de moed om
Kunstacademie St. Joost door te bijten.”
Breda, kunsttheorie/filosofie
Kunstacademie-noord Met haar Nederlandse roots ging Corine op zoek naar de sporen van de
Brasschaat kolonisatie van haar vaderland in Papoea-Nieuw-Guinea. Als kind hoorde
Kunstacademie-noord ze het verhaal van haar vader die op zijn 20e de boot nam en vertrok voor
Brasschaat anderhalf jaar. Hij kreeg de opdracht om ‘belangrijke bestuurders’ met
een sloep land inwaarts te brengen. Slechts gewapend met een mes voer
hij helemaal alleen terug over de rivier door de onbekende jungle.

Corine gebruikt in haar werk oude en nieuwe beelden van het eiland en
haar bewoners om zo het verleden van haar vaders verblijf en het heden
dat ze er zelf vond met elkaar te verweven.

"Hoe was het voor mijn vader om daarheen te gaan? Zou alles daar anders
zijn? Hoe zou het zijn om in de ongerepte natuur te leven? Wat heeft het
christendom de Papoea-cultuur gebracht? En wat na de kolonisatie?”

* Nederlands-Nieuw-Guinea (nu de provincies Papoea en West-Papoea van
Indonesië) was van 1949 tot 1962 een overzees gebiedsdeel van het
Koninkrijk der Nederlanden. Voordien maakte het deel uit van Nederlands-
Indië. Corine’s vader trok met vele andere jonge Nederlandse mariniers
overzee om de kusten rond het eiland te beschermen tegen Indonesische
infiltranten.

Tekst: Ann Palmers

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CONTENTS 37

Foreword
Hengki Koentjoro
Corine Heijmans (in het Nederlands)

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TEXT PHOTOGRAPHY PUBLICATION
Ann Palmers Hengki Koentjoro Gallery Lukisan, 2021
Sander Salim Corine Heijmans
Sander Salim

LIST OF WORKS 40

HENGKI KOENTJORO CORINE HEIJMANS 27
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Alor 01 3 Jayapura 31
Alor 02 5 Kalibiru (Blue River) 32
Alor 03 7 Little Island 33
Alor 04 9 Arfak Mountain 34
Alor 04 11 Searchlight
Alor 06 13 Together
Free Play 06 “Vulnerable” 15
Piranha 17
Underwater 12 “Liquid Garden” 19
Underwater 14 “Frenzy” 21
Underwater 15 “Melody” 23
Noir 01 “Black River” 25

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4611JD Bergen op Zoom

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