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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“Celebrating Murni”: life, legacy and memory of Indonesia’s IGAK Murniasih – artist profile


Art Radar speaks to the artists and curators involved in the exhibition “Celebrating Murni” and profiles the artist IGAK Murniasih, an influential figure in the Indonesian art scene.

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“The Future is Already Here”: 2016 Biennale of Sydney announces 71 artists and 7 embassies


Artistic Director Stephanie Rosenthal announces a dynamic artist list and sci-fi-inspired exhibition programme for the 20th Biennale of Sydney, running from 18 March to 5 June 2016 across multiple venues in the city.

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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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From lost republics to roving projectionists: 5 top Asia performance art articles


Art Radar has put together five of our best posts that explore performance art in Asia and how Asian contemporary artists have elaborated and expanded on the global discourse of performance art.

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Art Jog ’12: Fresh contemporary art makes for meaningful Indonesian fair


Organisers of the 2012 edition of Art Jog hope to stand out on the now-crowded Asian art fair calendar with their focus on emerging practitioners and an artist-centred exhibition format.

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Video artist eats like Andy Warhol, wins 2nd Bandung Contemporary Art Awards


ArtSociates announces the winners of its second annual Bandung Contemporary Art Awards. The grand prize was presented to video installation artist Yusuf Ismail.

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Indonesian contemporary art in Italy: A “faraway world” brought closer to Rome


An exhibition at the MACRO in Rome signals a significant European breakthrough for artists from the world’s largest archipelago, Indonesia.

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