City government and community organisations have prepared a variety of events and activities that offers number of attractions, bazaar and entertainment.
London has actually been an important hub in introducing early Indonesian art globally, including an exhibition of Affandi’s paintings in 1952.
French artist Jules Dedet Granel and Katre joined forces with veteran Indonesian urban artists Darbotz and Stereoflow to create a combination of work that showcases street artists’ contribution to the urban landscape.
Pullman Ciawi Vimala Hills Resort, Spa, and Convention is a five star property offering a holistic experience for those looking for a relaxing and soothing excursion outside the capital.
Converse collaborates with established Indonesian contemporary artist Hanafi for its new Limited Shoes Design line.
The exhibition-based narrative approach enabled by the availability of online archives will strengthen the chronology-based narrative approach.
A world-class music theatre I La Galigo returns to Jakarta in July, featuring the nation’s priceless ancient literature.
Head to classical performances throughout this month that include “Dian” The Musical, Giordano Passini, as well as Tales of Spring by Jessica Januar and Edith Widayani.
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.
The 10th edition of the Nusantara Exhibition not only focuses on regional representation but also highlights artists’ creative skill to produce contemporary pieces that go beyond traditional art.
Matter and Place Exhibition at Museum MACAN observes relationship between humans and their habitat. The exhibition is on until 21 July.
Curatorial team of a future exhibition about the Indonesian Revolutionary War have been digging into relevant historical and cultural objects of various museums and institutions in Holland.
Through a collaboration with local artists, the event will be touring to other hotel brands in Bandung, Yogyakarta, and ended up in Bali.
Ruci Art Space, a repository of emerging and established artists to display their creations, held the third installment of their Y: Collect 3.0 Exhibition.
The exhibition “Into the Future” at National Gallery was a collective statement on women in the 21st century.
It showcased the important similarities in relation to the discourse on the Indonesian-Thai political and cultural shift in the 1990’s and afterwards.
Celebrating 20 years in his field, Indonesian artist Baron Basuning has a solo exhibit showcasing his abstract work using light.
It's a part of the mission to create a better art industry.
Indonesian artist Abenk Alter explores dualism in his recent exhibition "Interplay" at Ruci Art Space, Jakarta.
In the past few years, art fairs have dominated the art market. This year is not a biennale year, and it seems that gallery exhibitions are making a comeback.
Ika spoke to NOW! Jakarta about her life in the creative industry, her view on feminism and the projects she is currently working on.
His painting is not only an recollection of a dark event in memory but is also an exploration of social harmony.
Arahmaiani, Lee Migwei and On Kawara share space at MACAN’s latest exhibit
Artists with disabilities, both from Indonesia and abroad, displayed their work at the National Gallery in an exhibit titled, “Pokok di Ambang Batas”.
The 160 year-old French fashion house showcases the history of the brand most associated with travel gear.
Although German-Indonesian relations officially only began in 1952, the two countries have been connected for much longer.
The second annual Spotify On Stage event at Jakarta International Expo saw 7,000 fans gather in one spot to watch their favourite Spotify artists perform live.
Born in Pandeglang, Banten, Agus Djaya always played important roles in the world of Indonesian art who marks the career through Persegi and Keimin Bunka Shido
A visual arts exhibition, “Art Moments Jakarta”, is set to hold its inaugural fair in Jakarta from 3 – 5 May 2019 at Sheraton Gandaria City Hotel and the mall.
Using second-hand items, the Batutara Percussion’s music is truly refreshing. Deeper, it carries a mission of sustainable living through sound.
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara (Museum MACAN) will host three solo art performance presentations from 17 November 2018 – 10 March 2019.
The Exhibit "Prisoner of Hope" revealed Hendra Gunawan's ability to portray ordinary life, his relationship with curator Ciputra and the dark age of fine arts.
The Symphony for the Nation concert in August paid tribute to Indonesian artists, highlighted the song about childhood, teacher, and mother earth.
Artotel and Raffles Hotel Jakarta use the art which dominantly influence the interior design of the hotel, make unique hospitality experience for its guests.
Author Laksmi Pamutjak spoke to NOW! Jakarta about how her own passion for art is reflected in her upcoming novel and its adaptation to movie.
We have compiled some of the best spaces to enjoy arts and culture in the city which host a variety of musical shows, theatre, dance, opera, and more.
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.
The National Gallery of Indonesia was inaugurated in May 1999, following decades of development of the various buildings and spaces.
NOW! Jakarta spoke to Museum Director Aaron Seto about the museum’s contribution to Jakarta’s burgeoning art scene.
Amir Sidharta take on the current scene of Indonesia art market through the collection which become a promising investment.
One of leading art fairs in Indonesia, ART JAKARTA, is set to return from August 2-5 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel Pacific Place.
This year, ARTJOG 2018 featured a fresh look this year with "Enlightenment", explores the dichotomy between reality & the challenge of global digital culture.
This August, the art collection of the Presidential Palace of the Republic of Indonesia will go on view for the third time.
The Mexican Embassy is currently holding the ‘Batik a la Mexicana’ exhibition in Kota Tua to commemorate 65 years of diplomatic relations with Indonesia.
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.
Young emerging illustrators manifest their past in their first collective exhibition entitled “FABLE” at Senopati Qubicle Center, South Jakarta.
Darbotz, an Indonesian mural artist works with Jakarta Intercultural School students to foster creativity through urban art project.