will be scheduled for the April 1st – 6th 2008 and will take place in Tejakula, Northern Coast of .
The “undisclosed territory #2” will be scheduled for April 10th – 13th 2008 and will take place in Solo, Central Java.
both projects will involve 15 various international and Indonesian artists.
ELISA ANDESSNER ( ), CHUMPON APISUK ( ), RONALD APRIYAN ( ), GRADY COUSINS (USA), MIDEO CRUZ (Philipines) , RAQUEL DAYA (Philipines) , RAQUEL DE LOYOLA (Philipines) , JÜRGEN FRITZ ( ) , SLAMET GAPRAX ( ), KURT JOHANNESSEN ( ), MONICA KLINGLER ( ) , SIU LAN KO (Hongkong), TRAN LUONG ( ), ALASTAIR MACLENNAN (N/Irland), MARTINUS MIROTO ( ), BOEDI OTONG ( ), BRIAN PATTERSON (N/Irland), NORA ANA RIEDL ( ), RUIZ (Philipines) , ANDREA SAEMANN ( ) , TISNA SANJAYA ( ), TONY SCHWENSEN ( ), FITRI SETYANINGSIH ( ), HIROMI SHIRAI ( ), BARBARA STURM ( ) , MELATI SURYODARMO ( ), SUPRAPTO SURYODARMO ( ), VALENTIN TORRENS ( ), PHAM DUC TUNG ( ), IWAN WIJONO ( ), YOYOYOGASMANA ()
LECTURE AND FORUM PRESENTATIONS
SS (Atieq) SULISTYOWATI (), TRAN LUONG ( ), CHRISTINE BIEHLER ( ), JÜRGEN FRITZ ( )
BORIS NIESLONY ( )
Cemara 6 Galeri, jakarta Present:
Solo Exhibition by Ariadhitya Pramuhendra
ON LAST SUPPER
11 – 25 March 2008
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Exhibition of Contemporary Photography and Book Launch – Indonesian Dreams
Thursday, 28 February 19.30
Opening Exhibition of Contemporary Photography and Book Launch
Reflections on society, revelations of the self
Info follows. 29 February – 28 March
Exhibition of Contemporary Photography
Langgeng Icon Gallery, Kemang Presents
Video – Painting by Filippo Sciscia
10 – 30 January 2008
More info : www.langgeng.net
Made Wianta – Sharp
More info : http://www.gayafusion.com/artspace/
ISWANTO HARTONO MELLOW
curated by Ren Fukuzumi
A SOLO SHOW
DECEMBER 17 – 26, 2007
Kyobashi Point Bilding.4F,
Iswanto Hartono’s first exhibition in more info )
will not only be provocative for an artist himself but also stimulating and very meaningful for us Japanese viewers. It is because the war we have carried in the past is a heavy responsibility which we cannot let go of or avoid, but thinking about this issue together for Asian and Japanese people at the place of art is a new attempt filled with hopes. We think of this as a great honor that Gallery K is able to offer a space for Iswanto’s such experimental work. (
Bandung to host Asian int’l art show
Features – November 16, 2007
BANDUNG, West Java: Selarso Senaryo art space will host the 22nd Asian International Art Exhibition (AIAE) from Nov. 23-Dec.24. Organizing committee chairman Setiawan Sabana said Tuesday artists from 10 Asian countries would display more than 100 works at the gallery, which is located on Jl. Bukit Pakar Timur 100. The AIAE will also provide a forum for artists and art professionals who are affiliated with the Federation of Asian Artists to explore the exhibit’s theme: “Imaging Asia: Understanding the Diversity and Changes”. Bandung last hosted the yearly event in 1992. The organizing committee this year comprises representatives of the FAA in Indonesia, the Fine Art Research Center of Bandung’s Institute of Technology and Selasar Sunaryo Art Space.The participating artists are from Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. “This AIAE is aimed at enhancing contemporary art communications and exchanges between Asian nations, while at the same time promoting mutual understanding of and respect for the traditions and cultures of Asian countries,” Setiawan said.
Exhibition will run from November 24 – December 23 2007
Office hour: 10 AM – 5 PM
at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space
November 24th, 2007
2 PM at Aula Barat, Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
Speakers: Eddie Lui (Hongkong); I. Bambang Sugiharto (Indonesia); Ben Cabrera (Filipina)
Moderator: Enin Supriyanto ( more info )
Textile works by Annemarie Kipar
Will be opened by Dr. Harry Darsono Phd.
Annemarie Kipar was born in Konigsberg, Germany. After graduating with honors in child psychology and pedagody in Dresden, Annemarie went on to major in French language and literature at the University of Lousanne, then in English language and literature at Cambridge. She also studied Art History with an emphasis on Renaissance Art at Berkeley. Having come to Bali to write a book, Annemarie is now bringing her love offline jewels to new level in Indonesia – Inspired series of jeweled Batik wall – hangings and bedcovers. Most of the fabrics used are antique, although sometimes a new Batik might inspire her creativity…( more info )
official public artwork today
we cordially invite you to “playscope area” where you can find an outdoor sculpture installation exhibition by budiadinugroho.
Venue : Ciburial village, North Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Project : Playscope / official public artwork today
Title : Playscope (2007)
Showing : “you see it, you don’t #7 (object)”
Start on Saturday, 24th November 2007
the exhibition will be held through 24th December 2007
Powered by Kandura Keramik & Abalaba Climbing Walls
Supported by WALHI, Jawa Barat
for more information on location, reviews and documentation
please visit : budiadinugroho. blogspot. com
YIVF #03 |
Yogyakarta International Videowork Festival #03 – Basic Frames
25 November – 15 December 2007
Once more, The House of Natural Fiber | Yogyakarta New Media Art Laboratory (HONF) presents you the third Yogyakarta International Videowork Festival in 2007. The program and agenda will be held during 20 days of the festival, that will includes; residencies for all video artists and their applications, workshops for public, collaborative works for all artists involved everyday in certain space decided for YIVF #03, and videowork presentations and its’ applications in unexpected/unpredicted…(More Info)
Hansen’s Thiam sun Paintings Exhibition
26 October – 15 November 2007
Opening : Thursday. 25 October 2007. 19.30
By Dr. Melani Setiawan, MSc
Curator Aminudin Th Siregar
More info : http://cemara6galeri.wordpress.com/
The Paintings of Nyoman Sani
The Flâneur, exhibition of Abdi Setiawan
( more info )
4 – 8 October 2007
ARTSingapore is a much sought-after contemporary art fair held annually in Asia. It is both a trade fair and the place for art collectors to discover and acquire new artworks under one roof. Since the first fair in 2000, ARTSingapore has established a reputation as the place to see contemporary art and museum-quality pieces in Asia. Here, leading art galleries launch new pieces by young artists that will set the trend for the next few years. As it is the only major art fair in Southeast Asia , ARTSingapore is the platform where gallery owners, collectors, artists and art aficionados gather to forge business alliance, acquire new contemporary artworks, share ideas and exchange information – all under one roof…( more info : http://www.artsingapore.net )
TITARUBI SOLO EXHIBITION
Eko Nugroho In Wonderland
(More Info )
ShContemporary 2007 – 6/9 September – Shanghai Exhibition Center
The new match point for the art scene comes from Asia
The worldwide contemporary art market is booming. Asia is the rising star of the international contemporary art world and China represents this growth; therefore Chinese and Asian artists are at the very centre of the attention of major collectors all over the world. ShContemporary offers a unique platform for networking the best galleries, dealers, artists, collectors, professionals and art enthusiasts from all around the world. The fair would develop and stimulate existing and emerging markets, enabling new interaction and exchange between the Asian and the Western art scene.
September 05, 2007
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
on invitation only
8 p.m. – 10 p.m.
OPENING CEREMONY / VERNISSAGE
on invitation only
06/09 September, 2007
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Open to VIPs only
08/09 September, 2007
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Open to public
More Info : http://www.shcontemporary.info/
Call for Applications for the 2008 Residency
The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are one of the largest residencies in the
Federal Republic of Germany. Among former grant holders are many well-known international artists such as Emmett Williams, Koeken Ergun, Yuri Leiderman,
Dan Perjovschi, Katharina Sieverding or Egill Saebjoernsson. The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are supported by the Barkenhoff Stiftung, Worpswede, and the private initiative Atelierhaus e. V., which collectively make the studios available. Besides the regular presentation of works produced in the studios both within and outside
Worpswede, there are also, on a discursive level, artists, discussions,….( more info : www.artistresidency.net ) or download applications : khwformular2008neu.pdf
Made Wianta Natural Flowing
More Info : www.jamesgraygallery.com
( More Info )
Painting exhibition showing the recent works of Bandung Painters who work on the “optical” realistic portrayal. This exhibition emphasizes the trends of ‘new realism’ predominantly influenced by the invention of high-technology optics (cameras, videos, computers, etc). It is also intended as a discourse on the impact of media technology in human’s life nowadays, including in the art practice.
The Artists are Beatrix Hendriani Kaswara, Dadan Setiawan, Dikdik Sayahdikumullah, Harry Cahaya, Iman Sapari, J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra, Willy Himawan.
Curated by Agung Hujatnikajennong
August, 24 – September, 14 2007
Venue : Ruang Sayap, Ruang Tengah and Ruang Ruparungu
Friday, August 24, 2007 | 7.00 pm Onward
Venue : Kopi Selasar Plaza
Discussion/ Artist Talk
Saturday, September 8, 2007 | 3.00 – 5.00 pm
Speakers : Agung Hujatnika
Moderator : R. E. Hartanto
Venue : Bale Handap
( More Info )
More info : http://nadigallery.com/
by Jenik DS Andreas
Photography & Poetry Exhibition
‘Soul Print’ Book Launching
Sunday, August 19th 2007 7:30 pm
August 19th – September 2nd 2007
Jl. Nagan Lor 17, 55131
Out Now !!
Visual Arts Magazine No. 20 August – September
YOGYAKARTA INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ART FESTIVAL#01
organized by the house of natural fiber, yogyakarta new media art laboratory (HONF)
Introduction and background
The house of natural fiber, yogyakarta new media art laboratory, was founded in 1999. Our main focus is artistic development and innovation of the arts. We intend to achieve this goal especially by introducing new media art projects and workshops to the cultural environment of Yogyakarta. Every program is aimed at interactivity with the people and their social and cultural environment. Thinking forward, positivity and creativity is the vision for our community. This vision is implemented in every program: we try to develop a symbiosis between art and technology. In our concept of the future of art and technology, the analysis of the specific role of technology within the arts in itself is crucial.
From this perspective we want to organize Cellsbutton#01. YOGYAKARTA INTERNATIONAL MEDIA ART FESTIVAL#01. This will be the first media art festival in Indonesia, which based on educational field. Cellsbutton#01 is a way of introducing a new concept and perspective on art and technology to the cultural framework of Indonesia. The festival intends to relate this to both national and international developments within the field of new media arts..( More Info )
Illusions of Nationalism
200 Years of Raden Saleh
Valentine Willie Fine Art
Romulo Olazo: The Truth is Still in the Beautiful
On Wednesday, 15th August 2007, at 7.30 pm.
This exhibition opens concurrently with Jonathan Olazo: Memoir in the
Both exhibitions will continue until Saturday, 1 September 2007.
at Borobudor Auction Building
Jl. Tanah Abang no.25
Jakarta Pusat 10160
More info: www.borobudurauction.com
INDONESIAN WOMEN ARTISTS
At last, after over 70 years of Indonesian modern Indonesian history, women
artists will be getting their due in a uniquely fresh book on modern and contemporary visual arts in Indonesia. Guided by the works of 34 women artists who in one or the other way played their roles in the development of modern and contemporary art in Indonesia, the authors follow the artists’ lives revealing the quality and the intrinsic relation between life and work of the artists selected. The authors, are all Indonesian women and professional in their field. Carla Bianpoen has covered art for over 18 years, published in The Jakarta Post, The Indonesian Observer, Asian Art News and the Visual Arts magazine. Farah Wardani is a curator/writer, with a Master’s degree in Art History from Goldsmith College, London, while Wulan Dirgantoro is a curator/writer, with a Master’s degree in Art Curatorship from the University of Melbourne. Indonesian Women Artists: The Curtain Opens, 23 x 28 cm, fully colored, and printed on lumy silk paper will be launched on 1 August at the National Gallery in Jakarta.( More Info )
IVAA•OnlineIndonesian Visual Art Archive
contemporary art, urban studies & visual culture in
Culture@Xperiments ~ An Intercultural, Interactive, Internet ExperimentASEF’s Cultural Exchange Department invited 5 pairs (each combined of one Asian and one European artist) of ASEF alumni to create a collaborative online intercultural and interactive art work. Based on the concept of the popular “Photoshop Tennis” each pair is to create a collaborative online artwork entitled EMBRACING DIVERSITY, BRIDGING PEOPLES, SHAPING PARTNERSHIPS through this Culture@Xperiments blog. The evolution of the final piece will be documented here through regular entries over the course of 3 weeks. All discussions between team-mates will be done online through this medium so that visitors to this blog will have a voyeuristic view of the thought processes behind the aesthetic decisions made in the creation of these masterpieces. Visitors are also encouraged to comment on the works in progress. All five pieces will be showcased in an exhibition at the ASEF premises as part of the 10th Anniversary commemorative celebrations on the 13th of April 2007 as well as in an online …( more )
The 12th International Triennial of Tapestry 2007
At the meeting on June 5th 2006 in secret ballot the Programming Board decided that the 10th National polish Exhibition of Tapestry will take place – as in 2004 – in the building – seat of the Central Museum of Textiles. The exhibition of the 8th National Polish exhibition of Ministure Textiles, following long tradition will also take place in the Central Museum of Textiles. Throughout the whole year 2007 various events, exhibitions, retreats organized by various textile art communities all over Poland will accompany the main event and will contribute to the great tradition of a textile art celebration. Until the date of the programming Board meeting 33 such events were submitted. The list remains open. …( More Info )
Call for Submissions: Residency at ARCUS Studio
The ARCUS studio in Ibaraki, Japan, is calling for submissions from emerging artists in their late twenties or thirties for a residency in late August through mid-December 2007 – rather specific! The ARCUS Project is organized by the Ibaraki Prefectural Government and with a focus on nurturing grounds for international exchange in the arts as well as in the local community. To date, 62 artists from 22 countries/regions have been invited to participate. Studios are available for a maximum of 4 months and an expected 5 artists will be invited for 2007 (1 Japanese and 4 non-Japanese). The residency includes airfare, production fee, living expense, studio, accommodation, opportunities for presentations and publication. For more information and an application form visit www.arcus-project.com Applications must be received by ARCUS Studio on 31 March (applications postmark dated March 31 are NOT valid). The final results will be announced the end of June 2007.
The Third Beijing International Art Biennale, China 2008
Colors are just like the beautiful rainbow connecting our dream and reality, as well as art and the Olympics. “Colors” are the symbol of art and beauty. The theme “Colors and Olympism” is a vivid depict on the close relationship between the 3rd Beijing International Art Biennale and the 2008 Beijing Olympics. The variety of colors implies the diversity of human’s culture. Meanwhile, they could melt into colorful modern scenes…( More Info )
Res Artis Worldwide Network of Artst Residencies
is the largest existing network of artist residency programmes, representing the interests of more than 200 centers and organisations in 40 countries worldwide that offer to international artists facilities and conditions conducive for making art. Res Artis is The International Association of Residential Arts Centres, a foundation based in the Netherlands. Its membership is made up of arts centres and artist’s organisations that encourage the development of contemporary art and artists through residential artist exchange programs.Res Artis began in 1993 as a volunteer organisation to represent and support the needs of residential arts centres and programs internationally through dynamic exchanges and face-to-face meetings…( More Info)
Trans Artists. The biggest source of information on artist-in-residence opportunities world wide.
It’s impossible to imagine culture today without international artist-in-residence programs. Demand and supply are increasing greatly. New residency models offer a diverse picture of artist-in-residence programs. All the more reason to offer reliable and up-to-date information about residency opportunities world wide. That’s what Trans Artists does…( More )
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