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Ningyo Art and Beauty of Japanese Dolls The Japan Foundation Travelling Exhibition Organized by: The Japan Foundation Supervised by: Hayashi Naoteru (Japanese doll culture research institute) & Mita Kakuyuki (Tokyo National Museum) In Jakarta 06 - 24 July 2023 09:00 - 19:00 WIB Galeri Nasional Indonesia “Japanese doll as the prayer for children development, Japanese doll as the art and Japanese doll as the folk art.” Dairi-bina (Imperial couple) Mochizuki Reikou 2020 These are the main dolls used in the Hina Matsuri festival celebrated on March 31 to pray for the happiness of female children. Here. Dairi refers to the palace which the Emperor resides in. Accordingly, the Hina Ningyo (Girls' Festival dolls) representing the Emperor and Empress are called Dairi-bina. Dairi-bina generally depict the Emperor and Empress of the Edo period (1603-1868), while the clothing worn by the dolls shown here is designed after that worn by the current Emperor and Empress durin

Closer to the Ecuador

Closer to the Ecuador   Ecuador is a multidiverse country. Four natural regions weave its biological wealth: the Pacific Coast, with its abundance of seafood, welcoming sandy beaches and equatorial sun;   The Sierra, with snow-capped peaks and mountains, lakes and picturesque, towns where it seems that time has stopped, churches that have witnessed proclamation of freedom and the devout prayers of their parishioners in the cold early mornings; The Amazon, with the exuberance of its jungle, the mystery of the animals that inhabit it and the strength of its rivers of great flow as guardians of the original cultures that are nourished by it; and, The Galapagos Islands or insular region, known around the world for the beauty of its unique fauna and flora, an archipelago witness to   stories of survival, buccaneers and great historical and scientific significance, such as that of the visit of the Beagle, which allowed Charles Darwin to formulate his theory evolution of species i

Created in Italy

Created in Italy – An Aptitude for Impossible Created in Italy - An Aptitude for Impossible exhibition held at the National Gallery of Indonesia building A on 09 March - 06 April 2023. The exhibition featuring the landscape of Italian industry within the framework of cultural and economic promotion and innovation. The exhibition curated by Odo Fioravanti, Giulio Iacchetti, and Francesca Picchi. For further information visit exhibition website on . The Reinvention of Wood Decorative surfaces of reconstituted wood Alpi produces decorative surfaces in composite wood thanks to the invention of a manufacturing process. Industrialised by the Alpi family in the early twentieth century, its purpose was to find an affordable alternative to the market of prized species existing in nature and to produce new, environmentally friendly varieties. Alpi breaks down and reconstructs wood in innumerable essences, finishes and decorations using a highly sophisticated proc

New Hope

NEW HOPE Art Xchange Gallery (AXG) held an art exhibition "New Hope" at the National Gallery of Indonesia by displaying 133 works from 30 national and international artists. This exhibition reflects the hope that a new and bright day will come to replace the dark and difficult times in the midst of pandemics, wars, and various other crises that have hit the world in recent years.   I Made Santika Putra Sabda Pertiwi Used Inner Tires, Fiberglass, Copper & Metal 23 cm x 35 cm x 76 cm 2017   I Made Santika Putra Missing Motherland’s Affection Gold Leaf, Stainless Steel, Teak Wood & Concrete 40 cm x 38 cm x 70 cm 2018   Camelia Mitasari Hasibuan Sang Penakluk Alam Oil on Canvas 135 cm x 200 cm 2018   Sinisha Kashawelski Nolite Temporer Oil on Canvas 180 cm x 130 cm 2022   Sinisha Kashawelski Statim Surgere Oil on Canvas 90 cm x 145 cm 2019   R. Sumantri MS The Deception of Pangeran Diponegoro