The National Gallery of Indonesia: A Repository of Indonesian Art

The National Gallery of Indonesia was inaugurated in May 1999, following decades of development of the various buildings and spaces. Its rich history pays homage to the many great Indonesian artists and houses a vast collection. The National Gallery of Indonesia's Permanent collection. Photos by Raditya Fadilla/NOW!JAKARTA According to historical records both in print and elsewhere,

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara: A Dose of Culture

Museum MACAN (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara) opened its doors in late 2017 and the buzz about the building—and its many insta worthy exhibits—has not abated since. NOW! Jakarta spoke to Museum Director Aaron Seto about the museum’s contribution to Jakarta’s burgeoning art scene. Opened in 2017, Museum of Modern and Contemporary

A Young Curator, Gesyada Annisa Namora Siregar

Gesyada Annisa Namora Siregar didn’t expect to embark on a career as an art curator at 24. The Jakarta Institute of Arts (IKJ) graduate may not be as established as her senior colleagues, but her climb to the top represents a trend in her generation who look at the industry from a  different perspective. The

Jakarta’s Most Visited Places for Arts & Culture Perfomances

Jakarta is home to a range of arts and cultural events. The city’s cultural spaces host a variety of musical shows, theatre, dance performances, opera, and more. Graha bakti Budaya is the main theatre at Taman Ismail Marzuki, Cikini, Central Jakarta. NOW!JAKARTA Some of these spaces are owned by the government while others are independently

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