Alimin Tamin

Alimin Tamin

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Alimin Tamin was born in Solok, West Sumatra, in 1930. He begun studying painting in 1952 under the guidance of S. Sudjojono and Harijadi Sumadijaja as a member of Seniman Indonesia Muda (SIM, Young Indonesian Artists) group in Yogyakarta. Alimin moved to Jakarta in 1954, and with Nashar (1928 – 1994) founded the Matahari artists’ association at Balai Budaja. In 1957, Alimin moved to Bali where he taught drawing in the Department of Fine Art and Architecture at Universitas Udayana (Udayana University) in Denpasar from 1965 to 1969. He was chairman of the Indonesian artists’ association Citra in Bali from 1975 to 1978. Alimin participated in the Biennale II Jakarta in 1976