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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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

Nindityo Adipurnomo talks with Art Radar on "+Road" collaboration with Myanmar artists, "gambling spirit" of Indonesian collectors


ART PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW INDONESIAN ART EVENTS In an Art Radar Asia exclusive interview with Cemeti founder Nindityo Adipurnomo, we hear the fascinating story of their latest venture working collaboratively with artists from Myanmar.  Read on to learn how cultural conflicts and … Continue reading

Historically important Indonesian gallery Cemeti closes…to change focus


INDONESIAN ART GALLERY Update: 14 May 2009 As rumours swirl in the blogosphere, we are pleased to report that there is a more nuanced story to the Cemeti closure. Mella Jaarsma at Cemeti Art House tells us that the closing will be temporary … Continue reading