Exhibitions BrusselsAll citiesAmsterdamAntwerpenBincheBrusselsGentHornuLeidenLiègeMorlanwelz Strombeek-Bever ThemesAll themesNew creationwith guest+8+10+8 | with guest+10 | with guest MonthEvery monthOctober 2017November 2017December 2017January 2018February 2018March 2018April 2018May 2018June 2018 Ancestors & Rituals 11 10 '17 > 14 01 '18 @ BOZAR. Ancestors are at the heart of all Indonesian societies. The rituals dedicated to them powerfully and poetically reflect the enormous diversity of the country. Power and other things Indonesia & Art (1835-now)18 10 '17 > 21 01 '18 @ BOZAR. Around twenty Indonesian and occidental artists interpret Indonesia’s recent history and contemporary society through new creations. Narcisse Tordoir & Fendry Ekel 12 01 '18 > 07 03 '18 @CC Strombeek Comics in Indonesia (1929-2017) Equatorial Imagination22 11 '17 > 21 01 '18 @ Bibliotheca Wittockiana. Extremely popular in Indonesia since the 1930s, the comic strip provides a unique view on the history and evolution of Indonesian (...) Specific, Generic, Ethnic 05 12 '17 > 30 01 '18 @ LOCI - 3 Movements in Indonesian ArchitectureA glimpse of Indonesian architecture, starting with three of its main movements. Pulau Jengekerik (Cricket Island) Alexis GautierThe exhibition follows a floating island in the Komodo National Park. It has been pulled by boat, from one island to another and became a platform for local ideas and myths to appear. Yudha Sandy 26 10 '17 > 24 11 '17 @ Muntpunt & 12 10 '17 > 13 12 '17 @ CC Strombeek. Yudha Sandy is a master of the technique of paper cutting. He will present gorgeous original plates from his comic strip Atom Jardin (...) Prihatmoko Moki The Soldiers without a King26 10 '17 > 16 12 '17 @ Muntpunt. Silkscreens, comic strips, drawing, painting and music: Moki has many strings to his bow. Muntpunt gives him carte blanche to create a fresco (...) Be There, Be Entertained! Estelle Hanania18 10 > 12 11 '17 @ BOZAR. Estelle Hanania shows the first results of her residency in Indonesia. Her photos reflect a country that (re-)invents its traditions in a globalised world.