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Petter Dittmar

Born on 1945, Munich, Germany. Lives in Bali, Munich, and Sydney

  • Education
  • 1970-1976Academy of Fine Arts in Munich
    under Prof. Heinz Butz, Hans Daucher, Rudi Seitz and Rudi Troeger (Diploma 1976)
  • Employer
  • 1968-1982Teaching Arts in Munich in Public Schools and Colleges
  • 1982Started to Live and Work in Bali, Indonesia in His Own Studio
  • 1982-1984Teaching at Academy of Fine Arts in Jakarta
  • 1986Teaching at Federal University of Para in Brazil
  • 1994-1995First Studio in Sydney
  • 2002Started to Live and Work at Sydney's Northern Beaches
  • Selected Solo Exhibition
  • 2010TonyRaka Gallery, Mas, Ubud, Bali
  • Galerie Seidlstrasse 4, Murnau, Germany
  • 2009Gaya Gallery, Sayan, Ubud, Bali
  • Sinsin Fine Art, Hong Kong, China
  • 2008TonyRaka Gallery, Mas, Ubud, Bali
  • Galerie Seidlstrasse 4, Murnau, Germany
  • 2007Gosford Regional Gallery, Gosford, Australia
  • Goethe Institute, Sydney, Australia
  • 2006GoetheHaus, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 2005Plum Blossoms Gallery, Hong Kong, China
  • Whitebox-Kultfabrik, Muenchen, Germany
  • Gaya Gallery, Bali, Indonesia
  • 2004Goethe Institute, Hong Kong, China
  • 2003Winsor Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
  • 2002Wetterling Teo Gallery, Singapore
  • 1997Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, China
  • 1995National Gallery, Jakarta

Solo Shows from 1977 to 1995 in Amsterdam, Augsburg, Bali, Bandung, Basel (one man show 1990), Belem, Geneva, Berlin, Hong Kong Hall, Jakarta, Landeck, Melbourne, Munich, Murnau, New York, Paderborn, Rhede, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Sydney, Taipei, Vancouver, Vienna and Zurich.

  • Selected Group Exhibitions, International Art Fairs And Expos
  • 2008Finalist at Mosman-Art Prize Show, Sydney, Australia
  • Finalist at Gosford Art Prize Show (Regional Gallery), Gosford, Australia
  • 2007International Art Fair, Shanghai, China
  • 2006Participation at the Biennale of Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Invitation to the Redlands-Westpac Prize Show, Sydney, Australia
  • 2005Asian Contemporary Art Fair, Singapore
  • Finalist at Mosman-Art Prize Show, Sydney, Australia
  • International Art Fair, Moscow, Russia
  • International Art Fair, Guangzhou, China
  • Australian Artists, Ling Nan Exhibition Hall, Guangzhou, China
  • Bali Biennale Summit Event, Bali, Indonesia
  • 2004International Art Fair, Guangzhou, China
  • 2003Asian Contemporary Art Fair, Singapore
  • 2002Australian Contemporary Art Fair A.C.A.F, Melbourne, Australia
  • 2001Asian Contemporary Art Fair, Singapore
  • 2000Australian Contemporary Art Fair A.C.A.F. 7, Melbourne, Australia
  • 1999International Art Fair N.I.C.A.F, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1998West Lake Art Fair, Huangzhou, China
  • Australian Contemporary Art Fair A.C.A.F.6, Melbourne, Australia
  • 1997International Art Fair, N.I.C.A.F, Yokohama, Japan
  • 1996Australian Contemporary Art Fair A.C.A.F.5, Melbourne, Australia
  • 1995Nippon Contemporary Art Fair (Participation), Tokyo, Japan
  • "Four Artists", Jain - Maronouchi Gallery, New York, U.S.A.
  • 1994Australian Contemporary Art Fair A.C.A.F.4, Melbourne, Australia
  • Public Collections
  • Municipal Collections of Ebersberg, Hall (Tirol) Austria and Wertingen
  • Municipal Gallery, Munich (Lenbachhaus)
  • Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst, Munich
  • Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich
  • Embassy of Germany, Jakarta
  • HYPO-Kulturstiftung, Munich
  • Collection of the Hypo Vereinsbank
  • Commerzbank
  • Girocreditbank (Austria)
  • Kreissparkasse Ebersberg
  • Ministry of Education & Arts Vienna
  • Dr. Earl Lu Collection, Singapore
  • Volksbank Laupheim
  • National Art Gallery, Jakarta
  • Alila Hotel, Jakarta
  • Duta Museum, Jakarta ;Agung Rai Museum of Arts (ARMA), Bali
  • Neka Museum of Arts, Bali
  • Goethe Institute Jakarta
  • Quantas and British Airways, 1st Class Lounge, Bangkok International Airport
  • Crown Casino Hotel, Melbourne
  • Sebel Hotel - Pier One, Sydney
  • Maerkisches Museum Witten/Ruhr, Germany