5 independent art spaces in Yogyakarta


From experimental art to new media, independent art spaces play important role in Yogyakarta’s cultural scene.

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Art can change the mindset of society: Indonesian curator Alia Swastika – interview


Indonesian curator Alia Swastika was recently celebrated by Apollo International Art Magazine as a young arts professional to watch.

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“Jogja Calling”: Indonesian and Australian artists at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney


“Jogja Calling” showcases the friendships and critical dialogues developed between Indonesian and Australian artists.

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Seeking semiotics in colour: British-Balinese artist Sinta Tantra – interview


Art Radar talks with young British-Balinese artist Sinta Tantra about who she “injects” colours into vast architectual projects, questioning communication and identity.

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Large art is back, reports The Art Newspaper


According to The Art Newspaper, Large art is making a comeback. The resurgence of massive art comes on the crest of an increase in the number of gigantic gallery and museum spaces.

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Mella Jaarsma in rare Manila performance art residency


Multidisciplinary artist Mella Jaarsma was one of four artists invited to take part in a rare performance art residency hosted by Filipino gallery Manila Contemporary.

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Cemeti moves on from Landing Soon with new residency programme


After eleven successful Landing Soon residency projects, a three year exchange programme run by Indonesian art space Cemeti Art House in collaboration with Heden in The Hague, Netherlands, Cemeti Art House has refreshed its residency programmes which are now open to artists, curators and researchers.

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Myanmar artists access international art community, Art Radar speaks to Aye Ko about +ROAD


ART PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW MYANMAR ARTIST AND ART SCENE Late last month, Art Radar spoke with Nindityo Adipurnomo, one of the executive directors of Cemeti Art House, about the recent “+ROAD” collaborative project and exhibition between five young artists from Myanmar and five … Continue reading