Taring padi

Posters by Taring Padi | IISH

In 2002 the IISH Asia Department acquired a collection of 28 Indonesian posters created by Taring Padi, a group of Indonesian artists from Yogyakarta, Java.

Posters by Taring Padi | IISH

In 2002 the IISH Asia Department acquired a collection of 28 Indonesian posters created by Taring Padi, a group of Indonesian artists from Yogyakarta, Java.

Posters by Taring Padi | IISH

In 2002 the IISH Asia Department acquired a collection of 28 Indonesian posters created by Taring Padi, a group of Indonesian artists from Yogyakarta, Java.

Printing with Taring Padi

Here's a little photo essay showing the printing process used by Indonesian print cooperative Taring.

About two meters tall backdrops, wood cut printed by Taring Padi artists, Yogyakarta. Not for sale (so far).

About two meters tall backdrops, wood cut printed by Taring Padi artists, Yogyakarta.

Kang Ucup / presiden ke 2 Taring Padi

Kang Ucup / presiden ke 2 Taring Padi

Buku ini adalah retrospeksi karya kolektif Lembaga Budaya Kerakyatan Taring Padi (TP) yang berdiri di akhir 1998. Di dalamnya, 13 tema memilah karya-karya mereka, dengan satu tulisan “pembacaan” me…

Buku ini adalah retrospeksi karya kolektif Lembaga Budaya Kerakyatan Taring Padi (TP) yang berdiri di akhir 1998. Di dalamnya, 13 tema memilah karya-karya mereka, dengan satu tulisan “pembacaan” me…

Buku ini adalah retrospeksi karya kolektif Lembaga Budaya Kerakyatan Taring Padi (TP) yang berdiri di akhir 1998. Di dalamnya, 13 tema memilah karya-karya mereka, dengan satu tulisan “pembacaan” me…

Buku ini adalah retrospeksi karya kolektif Lembaga Budaya Kerakyatan Taring Padi (TP) yang berdiri di akhir 1998. Di dalamnya, 13 tema memilah karya-karya mereka, dengan satu tulisan “pembacaan” me…

"A Position is Not an Opportunity for Corruption", Woodprint on Paper, 2009 Taring Padi Election series, Djuwadi.

"A Position is Not an Opportunity for Corruption", Woodprint on Paper, 2009 Taring Padi Election series, Djuwadi.

Since 1998 a group of young Indonesian artists and activists from Yogyakarta, a city in central Java, wearing punk hairstyles and tattoos and calling themselves the 'Lembaga Budaya Kerakyatan Taring Padi', or the Organisation of People's Culture Fangs of Rice, have initiated an art movement opposed to the 'art business' in galleries because of its obvious associations with capitalism. Living and working in a deserted school building, they design images, posters, banners, cartoons and…

In 2002 the IISH Asia Department acquired a collection of 28 Indonesian posters created by Taring Padi, a group of Indonesian artists from Yogyakarta, Java.

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