INDONESIAN ART CURATOR ART EDUCATION LECTURE
This one’s for Hong Kong-based lovers of contemporary Southeast Asian art. Visualising Indonesia – A Curatorial Journey is part of Christie’s Autumn 2010 Lecture Series in Hong Kong and an event we highly recommend those in the city try to get to. Speaker Enin Supriyanto, an independent curator and writer based in Jogjakarta will speak on the top artists of the region from his position “as an active observer of the local art scene.”
Visualising Indonesia – A Curatorial Journey will take place at Christie’s Hong Kong on Saturday 27 November from 12 p.m.. Speaker Enin Supriyanto, an independent curator based in Indonesia, will conduct the lecture in English.
- Comic art of Popok Tri Wahyudito portrays scenes of transport calamity – September 2010 – an overview of the artist’s most recent exhibition, lots of images
- Nindityo Adipurnomo talks with Art Radar on “+Road” collaboration with Myanmar artists, “gambling spirit” of Indonesian collectors – July 2010 – read to learn how cultural conflicts and artistic disappointments were eventually resolved
- Pop culture references abound in Indonesian art: curator Eva McGovern discusses Indieguerillas’ Happy Victims and the Southeast Asian art climate – June 2010 – worth reading to the end as McGovern compares different regions in Southeast Asia
- What is Indonesian style? Jumaldi Alfi on the art, style and Jogja, interview – November 2009 – get an artists perspective on the development of contemporary art in Indonesia
- Top 14 books on Southeast Asian art by Adeline Ooi – April 2009 – an excellent resource, find out how to find out about art from this region