Art Jog 10

 

 

Changing Perspective

 

19 May - 19 June 2017

 

Art Jog

 

Changing Perspective: The Challenge for The Artist
Changing Perspective is the chosen theme to run ART|JOG this year. The goal is to change the perspective of individuals today which has become profane. Perspective or a point of view is closely related to paradigm. Paradigm is how each of us sees the world, and how sometimes it doesn’t suit the reality. So far, perspective usually relies heavily on logic, which is sourced from the rationality of human brain. And the way our brain itself functions, still hasn’t reached its maximum level. Paradigm is developed by how we’re raised, our experience and the choices we’ve made so far. Hopefully through this theme we'd be able to affect, or change, the perspective one used to have.

Art Summit Indonesia 2016

 

Activity program

 

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Art Summit Indonesia 8 (2016-2017)
Reposition: Reading Back Map and
World Changes Performing Arts


Intertwined with pergeseranpergeseran happens in the realm of political economy, performing arts landscape of the 21st century is also moving and change. Center of the performing arts world, both in the northern and southern hemisphere, not only experienced hard shocks from within him , but also facing a major challenge from the 'centers' new vegetated.

17 I 71:

The fighting scratches for independence

 

Galeri Nasional Indonesia

Jakarta

 

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Exhibition of Fine Art Collection of Presidential Palace of Republic of Indonesia

Welcomes the celebration of the anniversary of independence of the Republic (HUT) to Indonesia-71, the Presidential Palace of the Republic of Indonesia staged the exhibition a number of collections of paintings and photographs of the Presidency. The exhibition, titled "17/71: Scratches Fighting independence" is scheduled to be inaugurated on August 1, 2016, and is open to the public from 2 to 30 August 2016 at National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta.

38th Bali International Arts Festival 

 

June - July 2016

 

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The best of Bali Arts International Festival

The 38th Bali International Arts Festival kicked off on June 11, with President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo joining a street parade alongside thousands of artists.

The parade took place in Renon, Denpasar, where all participants encircled the Bajra sandhi Monument, a museum built in the form of a giant genta — a sacred bell used by Hindu high priests.

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UNIVERSAL INFLUENCE

 

 

Jogja Nationa Museum

 27 May - 27 June 2016

 

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Universal Influence: A Primary Concept
Universal Influence departs from an understanding that global or universal culture is born through an accumulation of historical events. In addition, this universality also influences political, economic, social, cultural, defence and security, through to religious regimes. This year the annual event has entered its ninth iteration. The number nine is the highest figure in the basic numerical system. We have high expectations based on the accomplishments and achievements that have been made so far.

NYOMAN MASRIADI

 

in Paul Kasmin Gallery / New York
APR 28, 2016 - JUN 18, 2016

 

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A solo exhibition by leading Indonesian painter Nyoman Masriadi is set to open at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York on April 28.

The show will introduce Masriadi's new paintings alongside rarely seen works he created between 2012 and 2014. This is his second solo show at the gallery.

The Yogyakarta-based artist is known for works that offer witty, and at times provocative, social critique toward modern life and culture in Indonesia.

Indonesia’s First

International Modern and
Contemporary Art Museum

 

to Open in 2017

 

An artist’s rendition of the Museum MACAN. The 43,000-square-foot museum is currently under construction.

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BEIJING — The first museum in Indonesia dedicated to international modern and contemporary art is scheduled to open in early 2017 in the capital, Jakarta.
The private institution will be called the Museum MACAN, for Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara, an Indonesian term for archipelago. It is being built and financed by the Indonesian businessman and collector Haryanto Adikoesoemo.

SRIHADI SOEDARSONO

 

at the National Galery of Indonesia

 

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The works of two Indonesian artists, Srihadi Soedarsono and Fendry Ekel, will be exhibited in their respective solo exhibitions at the National Gallery of Indonesia in Central Jakarta this month.

Titled "70 Tahun Rentang Kembara Roso" ("The 70-Year Journey of Roso"), the exhibition on Srihadi will be open for public viewing starting this Friday (12/02) and will continue until Feb. 24. Rikrik Kusmara has curated seven of the artist's canvas paintings along with 450 watercolor paintings, sketches and drawings on paper — all spanning from 1946 to this year — that will be showcased at the gallery.

Jakarta Biennale 2015

 

 

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NEITHER FORWARD NOR BACK
Charles Esche

 

The 2015 edition of the Jakarta Biennale is called ‘Neither Forward nor Back’. This title comes from an Indonesian comedy film of the 1980s but refers to a local expression for a typical Indonesian situation. We have interpreted this situation to mean that we must focus on the moment and on the contemporary situation around us. We refuse to look back with nostalgia at a past that is out of reach, or forward to an unachievable utopia. Instead the exhibition focuses on the here and now and the responses of artists to the social, political and economic conditions in which they find themselves.

Biennale Jogja XIII

 

Equator #3: Hacking Conflict

 

Indonesia meets Nigeria

 

 

Biennale Jogja

BIENNALE JOGJA XIII
EQUATOR#3: HACKING CONFLICT INDONESIA MEETS NIGERIA

The BIENNALE JOGJA (BJ) formally announces the Biennale XIII theme and main programs. “Hacking Conflicts - Indonesia meets Nigeria” is the 3 rd edition of the BJ Equator series, following the first edition in 2011 (India) and 2013 (five Middle East countries). Managed in a new vision and direction by Yogyakarta Biennale Foundation, the Equator series present a strategy that utilises the line the Equator draws around the globe as a concrete practice in exploring and re-reading the world, visioned and projected until the year 2022.

 

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