Indonesian Women Artists #3

Temporary Exhibition   Infusions into Contemporary Art   Galeri Nasional Indonesia March 30 – April 24 2022   Artists: Arahmaiani Bibiana Lee Dolorosa Sinaga Dyan Anggraini Indah Arsyad Melati Suryodarmo Mella Jaarsma Nunung W. S. Sri Astari Rasjid Titarubi   Curators: Carla Bianpoen Inda C. Noerhadi Citra Smara Dewi   The exhibition Infusions into Contemporary Art brings together 10 senior women artists in the ages between 53 and 74. They have been selected based on their insistent consistency in creating art works and spreading creative thoughts that are infusing our artistic horizons in a forward-looking spirit for a better world, while braving ever challenging situations. The artists are Arahmaiani (born, 1961); Bibiana Lee (1956); Dolorosa Sinaga (1952); Dyan Anggraini (1957); Indah Arsyad (1965); Melati Suryodarmo (1969); Mella Jaarsma (1960); Nunung WS (1948); Titarubi (1968); Sri Astari Rasjid (1953). While the works of each of

Art Jakarta Garden 2022

  Temporary Exhibition   Hutan Kota by Plataran 07 – 14 Apr 2022   Sculpture Garden Presenting Artworks by : Afdhal – Commisioned work by Kabelindo Aaron Taylor Kuffner – ISA Art Gallery Abiebi – Museum of Toys Adi Gunawan – ArtSerpong Gallery Anggar Prasetyo – ArtSerpong Gallery Ashley Bickerton – Gajah Gallery David James – SAL Project Dolorosa Sinaga – Fa├žade x Kiniko Art Dusadee Huntrakul – ROH Dwi Sasono – D Gallerie Eddi Prabandono – ISA Art Gallery Flabslab – Museum of Toys Gabriel Aries – Rachel Gallery I Nyoman Nuarta – Linda Gallery Iwan Suastika – Cgartspace Jompet Kuswidananto – ISA Art Gallery Manuel Marin – Hedonist Gallery Nus Salomo – SAL Project Robby Dwi Antono – Museum of Toys Septian Harriyoga – Rachel Gallery Sunaryo – Bale Project Uji Hahan Handoko – ROH Uji Hahan Handoko – Gajah Gallery Wiyoga Muhardanto – A+ Works of Art Yunizar – Gajah Gallery   Tent Garden : Tent A A1 – Rachel Gallery A2 – K

Old Town

  Offline Exhibition   What do you think if there is a statement that one of the must-visit tourist attractions in Jakarta? The old town area has always been one of the mandatory destinations for both local and foreign tourists, especially for tourists who are interested in the town history. Let's start by exploring the Jakarta Historical Museum.   The stairs to the second floor gave an interesting impression to me. Due to the building's authenticity, it is expected not to use high heels. Furthermore, when arrived on the 2 nd floor of the Jakarta Historical Museum or better known as the Fatahillah Museum, my attention was immediately drawn to the painting on the top wall with a unique frame shape. The painting is divided into 3 large sections, with the center of the painting telling the story of King Solomon who was famous as a wise king. In the painting it is depicted that King Solomon ordered soldiers to cut a baby into two parts in order to find the baby's r