PRINT WORK : silkscreen 5 edition

29.7 x 42 cm
2/5, silkscreen on art paper

silkscreen on A3 art paper
5 edition

This silkscreen works is part of the WALL St project which was initiated by Ace House Collective
WALL St is project fundraising are drafted by Ace House Collective.
We sell the Silkscreen work with very limited edition. The sale work to finance the program on the Ace House Collective.

WALL st is also our education to art enthusiast, that selling works of art not just 's buying and selling transactions activities, but you not only get just a piece of art, but your support becomes part of the program that we have to make.

for order contact : acehousecollective@gmail.com


video : Bazaar X LV x Hahan & HeHe

As part of Louis Vuitton corporate social responsibility action, and in conduction with Bazaar Art Jakarta, Two established Indonesia Contemporary artists ; Uji Handoko Eko Saputro aka Hahan & Hendra HeHe Harsono are invited to apply their creativity on Louis Vuitton iconic Monogram trunk. These ratified trunk will later be part of a private auction and proceed will be donated to Yayasan Jantung Indonesia.


Rainbow Above Us

Rainbow above Us
35 x 60 cm
acrylic on canvas


35 x 60 cm
acrylic on canvas

High Tolerance

High Tolerance
35 x 60 cm
acrylic on canvas

cloud step

Cloud Step
35 x 60 cm
acrylic on canvas

HeHe for Louis Vutton trunk - coffret 8 montres

Louis Vuitton Trunk - Coffret 8 montres
34 x 18 x 11 cm
acrylic, glossy finishing

HeHe for Louis vuitton trunk Boite Flacons

LV trunk - Boite Flacons
21 x 30 x 23 cm
acrylic,glossy finishing

A Man Behind Clouds (1/10)

A Man Behind Clouds
17 x 11 x 15 cm
two side
1 from 10 edition
resin,acrylic handpaint,matt finishing

Genji Pie Boys (1/10)

Genji Pie Boy
10 x 13 x 22 cm
1 from 10 edition
Resin w/ acrylic handpaint, matt finishing


Death by Rice

113 X 161 CM
Acrylic on Teakblock

In 1966, Indonesia was recorded as the largest rice importing country, President Soeharto through the agrarian revolution in 1984 Indonesia has become the country's self-sufficiency in rice. The early 1970s indonesia experiencing a phase of ' oil boom ', this fortune by Soeharto are utilized to build the supporting infrastructure for agriculture.  


Agrarian revolution run instructive nature, typical of military as well as Soeharto's background. the atmosphere of the Government as the master, the farmer as the subject who was defeated and his target was rice self-sufficiency. This success attracted the attention of the U.N. food and agriculture Agency (FAO) by giving the gold medal to the Seoharto.

Although this program is successful there are decent in terms of critics, such as the reliance on chemical fertilizers and pesticides, which cause damage to the ground and making pests more immune. extinct local varieties of rice that is already down because of declining use seed import/manufacture. Construction of rice as the number one cultural put other food (maize, Yam, cassava, sago) as inferior, causes us very dependent on rice. The violence occurred in community groups that refuse to run the system, with a series of accusations of anti development to be considered anti-pancasila.


The last few years we have known again as the country's biggest rice importer, to two after Philipines. Learning from the past, the food sufficiency was supposed to do with no detriment to the various parties.

"Death by Rice" becomes part in the exhibition artjog 14 - legacy of power.