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In his day job he enforces rules on the street, but National Police Traffic Corps (Korlantas) traffic safety director Brig. Gen. Chryshnanda Dwi Laksana is also a gifted artist.
Chrysnanda expresses himself freely on canvas, showing off his artistic talent at an exhibition titled “Sopo Ngiro”, which means “who knows” in Javanese. In the exhibition, being held at Cemara 6 Gallery-Museum in Central Jakarta until Aug. 15, and his fourth solo exhibition, he displays 32 paintings, mostly abstracts. (JP/ Wienda Parwitasari)
(JP/ Audrie Safira Maulana)