• Flores, eastern Indonesia, 19th C. © Museum Nasional Indonesia, Photo by Arkadius 2016
  • Roy Villevoye, Preparations © Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden
  • Marangga © Museum Nasional Indonesia, Photo by Arkadius 2016
  • S. Sudjojono, Cap Go Meh, 1940 © Galeri Nasional Indonesia
  • Teguh Santosa - Satria Madakaripura 64-66
  • Jompet Kuswidananto, After Voices, Commissioned by Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, 2016.

Exhibitions

Ancestors & Rituals

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

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.

Specific, Generic, Ethnic

Specific, Generic, Ethnic 09 11 '17 > 30 01 '18 @ LOCI. 3 Movements in Indonesian ArchitectureA glimpse of Indonesian architecture, starting with three of its main movements.

Comics in Indonesia (1929-2017)

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 society.

Yudha Sandy

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 at Muntpunt, as well as a mural at CC Strombeek.

Prihatmoko Moki

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 on its immense glass facade.

Estelle Hanania

Estelle Hanania From 18 10 '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.