Abenk/Alter: Transcending Dualism into Art 

Abenk Alter is an aspiring progressive, artist in Indonesia’s Urban Pop scene. His passion for arts—conveyed via contemplative observation— is certainly a passion; one that has helped him make art based on human relations. His first solo exhibition is centered on this theme as part of a critique of show, speed and competition in contemporary society. Indonesian artist Abenk Alter explores

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National Gallery of Indonesia Will Engage with More Art Communities in 2019 Programme

In 2018, The National Gallery of Indonesia featured 32 exhibitions, six education programmes, and six publications and partnership activities, all of which showcased the progress in the country’s art world. By expanding its partnership with art communities, the National Gallery is committed to strengthening community ties through art via its 2019 programme. Instrumenta 2018: Sandbox Exhibition which showcased number of interactive

#ARTOTELforHOPE Returns, Focuses on Rainforest Conservation

For the third consecutive year, ARTOTEL Project Series (APS) presented #ARTOTELforHOPE, the hotel’s annual social programme at each of the ARTOTEL Group’s properties, usually held at the end of the year. This year, the group collaborated with Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara (Indonesian Nature Conservation Foundation) to raise awareness about conservation efforts of Kalimantan’s rainforests through

In Cerebral Humour, A Subtle Message

The BBC recently released its “100 Women of 2018” list, a selection of inspiring and influential women from around the world. Indonesian Comedian Sakdiyah Ma’ruf was among them.  Awarded the Václav Havel Prize for Creative Dissent at the Oslo Freedom Forum in May 2015, she uses comedy as a way to challenge Islamic extremism and violence against women.

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