NOW! Jakarta contributor Amir Sidharta talks about Nunung WS and her works.
Running from 20 to 29 December at The Tribrata, the second edition of Wave of Tomorrow will exhibit the progressive interdisciplinary collaboration of new media art.
The graphic design festival Seek a Seek is running from 29 November to 31 January 2020 at Dia.Lo.Gue Artspace, Kemang, South Jakarta.
A line-up of multitalented Indian diasporas called Artbeat and India Club Jakarta presented their second annual art show named “Elements By Artbeat” on 9 to 13 October in Pejaten Barat, Jakarta.
The annual celebration of contemporary art and design enters a new decade with X, fathoming the depth of an artist’s imagination.
The second edition of the new media art exhibition depicts the intersection between artistic works and science-fiction.
NOW! Jakarta curates interesting events during August 2019 including concerts, exhibitions, and festivals. Mark your calendar!
Visitors to art fairs, art exhibitions, art museums and museums in general have continued to increase over the last few years with Museum Macan seemed to enjoy the biggest exposure. But is there any downside to this?
For the first time in history, the Goethe-Institut Jakarta in collaboration with an Indonesian art collective called ruangrupa has been chosen as the Artistic Director ahead of the 15th edition of the documenta.
Priyaris Munandar showcases his works at the National Gallery of Indonesia (Building A) on 26 June to 15 July 2019 in an exhibition titled "Napak Tilas Peradaban".
Matter and Place Exhibition at Museum MACAN observes relationship between humans and their habitat. The exhibition is on until 21 July.
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.
Students at this North Jakarta school are showcasing more than 300 art works.
In commemorating 20 years since the Reformation, Manifesto 6.0 art exhibition provided evidence of Indonesian artists’ transformation over the past two decades.
Amir Sidharta narrates the story about Indonesian painter Naufal Abshar who recently had collective art exhibition in the United States.
Divisi 62 explores the meaning of being Indonesian at an exhibit entitled “Paripurna”, compelling narrative to examine the core of nationality today.