THE NATIONAL GALLERY OF INDONESIA
National Gallery on Indonesia is a cultural institution and the idea of its founding has been planned many years ago in the past.
The gallery focuses on the promotion of talented artists through group and solo exhibitions, and hereby emphasizes the importance of cultural exchange and an International network.
Rahardjo was a renowned
commercial photography artist since 1980. With a wide range of interests,with his educational background in architecture and interior design, a gallery was the answer to him. Url : http://www.edwinsgallery.com
Based in Jakarta, Nadi Gallery is an art gallery founded by Biantoro Santoso, a young collector of Indonesian art. His devotion for art and his desire to take part in promoting contemporary art in Indonesia have led to the existence of this gallery. Url: http://www.nadigallery.com
Ruangrupa.The artists’ initiative offers artists an opportunity to formulate, develop and exchange ideas. In the projects and collaborations, the interaction with urban life in the city of Jakarta – that is built up solely on political and economic motives, plays a determining role. Apart from the organisation of workshop projects, artists-in-residence, debates and a biennial video festival, ruangrupa publishes Karbon, the only contemporary art magazine in Indonesia. Url: www.ruangrupa.org
CP Artspace focuses on ‘hidden’, marginalised or ‘dismissed’ realities, particularly in, but not limited to, Asia, as evident from its past exhibitions which also included American, Latin American, Asian-American and Iranian-American works of art.Url: http://cp-artspace.com/ )
Vanessa Art Link is committed to presenting high quality fine art and to promoting cultural exchange amongst the local and foreign artists, allowing learning from each other. Constant dialog with the Artists, Art Curators and Collectors has always been an important element in Vanessa Art Link’s operations. Url: http://www.vanessaartlink.com
Non-profit arts institution.
Utan Kayu No: 68, Jakarta
Mon Decor Gallery
Jl. Gunung Sahari Raya I B1 B 13-14 Central Jakarta
ARTsphere. The highlight of ArtSphere is modern, contemporary artworks from young emerging Indonesian and foreign talents. Yet, it also showcases some of the older generation of modern artists. All exhibitions in Artsphere will be selected and assessed by guest curators. The objective is to promote appreciation of aspects of art and to ensure quality of the artworks. URL: http://www.artspheregallery.com/
is a vibrant and distinctive gallery for the promotion of contemporary visual art. It features works of artists from the region and is best known for its art from China, Myanmar and Asia. The gallery aims to engage audience with its myriad varieties of visual art in all media.
Canna Gallery. Boulevard Barat Raya LC 6 No. 33-44
Kelapa Gading Permai Jakarta
Tel : (62 21) 4526429 / 4522536, Fax : (62 21) 4526430. Url: http://www.galericanna.com
Bentara Budaya Jakarta strives to present the cultural form and works that might had been a tradition, or arts that had been popular and close to the people. Furthermore, Bentara Budaya also shows the new art works that have not been acknowledged at formal places.
Oktagon Gallery. Url: http://www.oktagon.co.id
TOI MOI Situated at the centre of Jalan Kemang Raya, Jakarta, Toimoi ar+design is a shop/designer product outlet, specifically aimed to cater the taste and needs of the growing, young contemporary generation.Since early 2006, apart from selling freshly designed interior, household and accessories products, Toimoi has also been serving as an alternative art showcase space, showing new, offbeat art works from young urban artists that reflect the spirit of its audience.Url: http://www.toimoi.co.id/
Centre Culturel Français de Jakarta ( CCF )
A non Profit Cultural Institution
Jalan Salemba Raya 25
10440 Jakarta Centre
Is a non profit foreign institution.
Address:. Jl.Sam Ratulangi. Jakarta. Menteng.
Erasmus Huis is the cultural centre of the Netherlands in Jakarta. With a focus on musical programmes and exhibitions the Erasmus Huis has built a reputation as a vibrant and easily accessible cultural centre.
Japan Foundation, founded on 1972 as a legal institution working on the field of international cultural exchange, has change into an independent administrative institution since October 1, 200. Url: www.jpf.or.id
Gallery Cipta II and III
Taman Ismail Marzuki. Jalan Cikini Raya 73
Is a non – profit and one oldest art space. Organized and funded by local goverment of Jakarta City.
was established in its current location in 1993. The Gallery serves as an educational complement to the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Department of Fine Art and as a cultural resource for the university and Indonesian arts communities.Url: http://soemardja-gallery.blogspot.com
Selasar Sunaryo Art Space
is a non-profit institution that involves itself especially in the field of modern and contemporary fine arts development as a support towards the cultural practice in Indonesia in general.Url: www.selasarsunaryo.com
Commonroom and The Bandung Centre for New Media Arts (BCNMA) was founded in 2001 in order to incorporate different spheres of daily life into the arts in Indonesia, to encourage a dialogue with circles outside of the art world, and to offer greater action-taking possibilities to experimental forms of expression.
RedPoint Gallery established in 1995. Since it’s beginning, the gallery holds wide range of print collection from Indonesian and also overseas artists. It also regularly perform events or exhibitions of prints and/or related art works, such as drawings, or work on paper. Recently RedPoint widening it’s perspective by exhibiting other medium of works: like canvas and other related work of art…Url : http://redpointgallery.wordpress.com/
Buton Kultur 21, founded in March 2006, as an alternative which respond low number of public facility that support science, establishment of artist carrier, ideology and opportunity to grow. Buton kultur 21 has purpose for research development, production and distribution of new art which born from contemporary artist interdisciplinary practical development, that we think it’s important to see from different overview. Url :http://www.butonkultur21.org/
CCF – de Bandung
Jl. Purnawarman 32 Bandung
France Cultural Center
Asbestos Art Space (AAS) is a cultural organization based in Bandung, Indonesia. Founded in 2002 by Indonesian artists Mimi Fadmi and W Christiawan. AAS is created to complete and support the existing Indonesian art infrastructure to develop better future infrastructure. AAS explores the new possibilities of art expression and provides creative space which enables artists as well as theoriticians from various artistic backgrounds and nationalities to present art works, exchange of ideas, thoughts and experiences. URL : http://asbestosartspace.wordpress.com/
Since its opening in 1988, Cemeti Gallery has functioned as a centre for exhibitions, arts information, documentation and promotion of contemporary art. Cemeti Gallery became the Cemeti Art House (1999).
Bentara Budaya Jogjakarta
strives to present the cultural form and works that might had been a tradition, or arts that had been popular and close to the people. Furthermore, Bentara Budaya also shows the new art works that have not been acknowledged at formal places.
LIP galerie promotes young artists fromand France in particular, but also scientific related types of exhibitions (linked to contemporary issues such as environment, globalisation etc) and can also accommodate talks and discussions.
Kedai Kebun Forum. KKF is an art space in Yogyakarta manage independently by artists and consisting of a gallery, performance space, ‘HALTE’ a text learning media in art critics, bookstore and restaurant.KKF is a small community established since 1996 with the purpose of providing an arena of learning and studying, in the context of developing sensibilities to all phenomena of social transformation through art. All activities of KKF are supported by its extraordinary restaurant. URL : http://www.kedaikebun.com
Jl. Pekapalan 7 , Alun-Alun Utara
Yogyakarta – Indonesia
Telp. +62 274 7161188 url : http://www.jogja-gallery.com/
Founded in 2000, Antena Projects is a project-based arts organization focusing on contemporary Indonesian visual arts and offering residencies to national and international artists and writers. Antena Projects collaborates with other organizations to create exhibitions, publications, art actions, educational forums (workshops and presentations) and curator/artists’ exchanges which promote and communicate Indonesian contemporary art trends and movements. Antena Projects’ activities are intended to contribute to heterogeneous art practices and to provide opportunities for a diverse community of artists. ( URL:http://www.antenaprojects.org/ )
Gaya Fusion Artspace
Gaya gallery is the leading contemporary art space. It is not simply an art gallery but it is the Gaya community since both international, Balinese and Indonesian artists of all original expressions. Url: www.gayafusion.com )
Komaneka Fine Art Gallery is a new generation gallery that features paintings by artists with higher education in the art and experience or study abroad. Through their unique works they show the world with a new and exciting visions of awarness that parallel the lifestyles of contemporary connoisseurs. Url: http://www.komaneka.com/
Tony Raka Gallery established in 1968 by A.A Gede Raka Wirayuda (before the name was Raka Gallery), formerly known as a remarkable carver. For nearly 30 years the gallery has been accumulating and selling its collection, which mostly are fine wood carving artwork.
Biasa Art Space, aims to provide an interface for creative expression, a place of encounters between people, culture, ideas and art. This notion of encounter is reflected and inspired by the environment from which Biasa Art Space has sprung, since Bali has long been a confluence of diverse, imaginative peoples from all over the globe, drawn here by the island’s richly layered culture and sheer physical beauty. Url: http://www.biasaart.com
Jl. By Pass Ngurah Rai
Kompleks Sanur Raya 20-21 – Bali
Tel : (62 361) 285249
Fax : (62 361) 285249
opened in 1996 at the time of the 25 th anniversary of the founding of the Sanggar Dewata Indonesia artists foundation . At that time , the existing commercial galleries in Bali did not consider that the work of Sanggar Dewata Indonesia artists could be easily sold. These artists were young, creative, and often experimented with new techniques and aesthetic concepts. It was difficult for them to find a venue to exhibit their work in Bali, and for this reason,Sika decided to found the Sika Contemporary Art Gallery as an exhibition venue for Sanggar Dewata Indonesia artists. URL: http://www.sikagallery.info/
Emmitan Fa Gallery
76 Walikota Mustajab Street Surabaya
Tel : (62 31) 5466611, 5477711.
Fax : (62 31) 5457185
Founded by Tubagus P. Svarajati on August 19th, 2005. The main objective of Rumah Seni Yaitu (RSY) is to function as a forum to bridge and explore visual art in its cultural linkage.
The ideal location in the city center of Semarang enables RSY to play a significant role in generating multidiciplinary art activities and forming a new inclusive art community. Further on, it is expected to be a channel or noveaux art artifact asset. URL : http://rumahseniyaitu.blogspot.com/
Established in 2001, Galeri Semarang is situated in the center of Semarang, Indonesia.Behind such establishment laid the commitment to dedicate the venue as an introduction medium to the artworks of Asian contemporary artists, especially those from Indonesia. Jl. Dr. Cipto 10 Semarang. Tel : (62 24) 3540068
Fax : (62 24) 3583815. URL : http://www.galerisemarang.com/
Puri Art Gallery.
Jl. Taman Slamet 20 A Malang
Tel : (62 341) 365451
Fax : (62 341) 342322
Pondok Blimbing Indah (Araya)P 6/1-2 Malang
Tel : (62 341) 408888 Fax : (62 341) 407777