Indonesian artist Iskandar Hardjodimuljo transforms household waste into artworks as a form of cultural preservation and fronts a campaign to invite people to protect the environment from waste, especially single-use plastic.
Sadness struck Bali’s art community as news spread of the passing of Made Wianta on 13 November 2020, at the age of 70.
The works from more than 200 participants are on display in the virtual exhibition MANIFESTO VII: PANDEMI presented by the National Gallery of Indonesia (Galnas). The Exhibit runs until 6 December 2020.
In solidarity with Indonesian artists, the annual of national-scale painting competition extends reach through the digital submission.
NOW! Jakarta sat down with Indonesian artist, educator, and curator Hafiz Rancajale who believes that arts soften our mentality and reduce chaos.
The second edition of the new media art exhibition depicts the intersection between artistic works and science-fiction.
As an effort to promote Indonesian cultural heritage to guests and younger generation, Hotel Indonesia Kempinski is hosting a very special programme this month.
Converse collaborates with established Indonesian contemporary artist Hanafi for its new Limited Shoes Design line.
For Sheila Rooswitha Putri, her hometown Jakarta has become her main source of inspiration. Her most recent comic project talks about the new MRT in Jakarta.
Celebrating 20 years in his field, Indonesian artist Baron Basuning has a solo exhibit showcasing his abstract work using light.
Indonesian artist Abenk Alter explores dualism in his recent exhibition "Interplay" at Ruci Art Space, Jakarta.
His painting is not only an recollection of a dark event in memory but is also an exploration of social harmony.
The Symphony for the Nation concert in August paid tribute to Indonesian artists, highlighted the song about childhood, teacher, and mother earth.
Young curator Gesyada Siregar spoke to NOW!Jakarta about the next generation of Indonesian artists, her work and her efforts to educate youth about art.
In commemorating 20 years since the Reformation, Manifesto 6.0 art exhibition provided evidence of Indonesian artists’ transformation over the past two decades.
UOB Indonesia launched the 2018 UOB Painting of the Year (POY), and invited Indonesian artists to join the competition.