Eveline Tarunadjaja was born and raised in an air-conditioned Indonesia, but found herself quite at home in Melbourne, Australia. Her artwork evolved from a procrastinating hobby to a passionate love affair with sugar-coated loneliness and mischievous imagery. Now recognized by the intricate detail of cascading hair she illustrates, Eveline’s delicate style is forever evolving and will surely drive her mad one day.
Juxtapoz has just posted one of their short ‘Back Talk’ interviews with Eveline Tarunadjaja as she fights off madness and prepares for the opening of ‘Split Ends’ this Saturday at Thinkspace. This is our first time showing her work since we debuted it as part of ‘The Drawing Room’ show which was curated by Audrey Kawasaki. Eveline’s works in ‘The Drawing Room’ were very well received and we’re excited to have her back after some very successful shows over the past couple of years in Australia.
Check out the full Juxtapoz interview here:
Check out a sneak peek at ‘Split Ends’ coming to life in Eveline’s Australian studio here:
Eveline Tarunadjaja ‘Split Ends’
On view April 9th – April 23rd in our project room
Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd. / Culver City, CA 90232 / www.thinkspacegallery.com