Myanmar artist Aye Ko wins Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2017

A finalist for three consecutive editions, Aye Ko tops the 2017 shortlist including female artists Arahmaiani from Indonesia and Chaw Ei Thein from Myanmar for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art.

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Inaugural Art Stage Jakarta shows the best of Indonesian art – round-up

Art Radar rounds up key highlights from Indonesia’s first boutique art fair of international format, Art Stage Jakarta.

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Finalists announced for 2016 Joseph Balestier Freedom of Art Award

The shortlisted finalists for the Joseph Balestier Award for Freedom of Art 2016 include Lee Wen, Aye Ko and Nguyen Trinh Thi.

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ART|JOG|14: Redefining democracy in Indonesia and contemporary art – in pictures

Indonesia’s unique art fair ART|JOG|14, now in it’s 7th year, continues to shun the traditional artist-gallery-curator-collector model with the theme: “Legacies of Power” examining current democratic visions and historical power struggles.

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“Sip!” Three generations of Indonesian Art in Singapore – picture feast

The travelling exhibition “Sip! Contemporary Indonesian Art Today” at ARNDT Singapore (14 September to 20 October 2013) features sixteen artists spanning three generations.

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Christie’s provides first-hand view of top Indonesian artists – event alert

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.”

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Sin Sin, Hong Kong gallerist and Indonesian art specialist, on recently flourishing Indonesian art scene- interview-

INDONESIAN CONTEMPORARY ART It was a sweltering Hong Kong afternoon, and I was feeling scattered after running through Hong Kong’s charmingly retro Hollywood Road district in search of the renowned Sin Sin Atelier. Upon discovering it, I was escorted into Sin … Continue reading