Launched in 2015, Gajah Gallery – Yogyakarta is the main Gallery’s outpost located within a major arts hub in Indonesia. The space expands the Gallery’s mission in actively promoting and representing Southeast Asian contemporary art in the international platform. Through dynamic exhibitions that gather artists across the region, the Gallery fosters a space for critical discourse among diverse artists and audiences. Furthermore, the space is adjunct to the Yogya Art Lab (YAL), a major initiative that enables both emerging and prominent artists to come together and collaborate with local craftsmen; experiment with a variety of media ranging from paper, sculpture, performance, to digital art; and produce fresh work that push beyond the limits of their oeuvre. Gajah Gallery – Yogyakarta is thus a space that nurtures artists’ creative process and finished output, giving them the stage to play, expand, and thrive.
Quarantine-free travel between the two cities is scheduled to start from 26 May, three days after Art Basel in Hong Kong.
S.E.A. Focus embraces a hybrid format for its third edition.
The online event came together quickly after the physical fair was cancelled due to the pandemic.
Singapore Art Week returns from 11 to 19 January 2020 with a host of island-wide events, at the centre of which is the second edition of S.E.A. Focus (16–19 January 2020) at Gillman Barracks, showcasing the best of contemporary art in Southeast Asia.
When one is new to Jakarta, one makes the mistake of not telling the cab driver to travel via the toll roads. And so it is that while creeping through the city's tight tangled backstreets, the cab finds itself coming head-to-head with another car, both unable to give way because they are simultaneously surrounded by three dozen motorcycles. But...
This year's Jakarta Biennale will diverge from many of the curatorial practices of its predecessors. The Jakarta Biennale, which is set to open on Saturday at Gudang Sarinah Ekosistem in South Jakarta, will this year adopt Jiwa as its artistic concept. Jiwa is a concept that is almost impossible to translate into English, but for this...
Chinese collectors have so quickly become a mainstay of the art market that it is easy to forget that wealthy Southeast Asian connoisseurs started buying contemporary art decades earlier.
Boom! That's how Ornamental Hysteria, Ashley Bickerton's current exhibition at Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery, opens—with a box sporting an ominous red LED number-counter bolted to the wall. It's the kind of thing you can imagine the late Roger Moore briefly interrupting a moment of passion to rush and defuse during his...
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