Protecting, Developing and Benefiting from the Work of Visual Art
The National Gallery of Indonesia has existed as a cultural institution (art museum and art centre) in the field of visual arts since May 8, 1999. This institution plays an important role in expanding the Indonesian public’s appreciation of works of art through an agenda for the protection, development and exploitation of the visual arts in Indonesia.
The existence of the National Gallery of Indonesia provides an opportunity for students, art lovers and the general public to benefit from educative, cultural and recreational facilities. The significance of the National Gallery of Indonesia is enhanced by its collection of approximately 1,750 works of art.
The National Gallery of Indonesia is currently taking steps toward becoming the barometer for the development of the visual arts in Indonesia, while functioning as a facilitator for the development of the potential of young Indonesian artists domestically, regionally and internationally.
Visual Art Exhibition
ARTWORKS: 19 artworks of paintings, sculpture, object, video art.
ARTISTS : Srihadi Soedarsono, Affandi, Ahmad Sadali, A.D Pirous, Nashar, Amang Rahman, Haryadi Suadi, T Sutanto, Arsono, Nyoman Erawan, Krisna Murti, Firman Lie, Beni Sasmita, Dwi Stya, MG Pringgotono, J.A Pramuhendra, Bpk. Tommy F Nelwan.
Exhibition open for public: December 5th – 11th , 2013 | 11.00 am – 05.00 pm
Exhibition: March, 4 - 23. 2014
10:00 - 7 pm |
March 9. 2014 >1 - 4 pm: ‘Experiencing Japanese Language throughg Characters’ by Ken MORIBAYASHI (The Japan Foundation)
March, 16. 2014 > 2 - 4 pm ‘Character Business’ by Kohey HARA (Tokyo Gets)
"SEA+ TRIENNALE 2013 : WAYS AROUND ASIA"
13th November - 11 December 2013
10.00 AM - 8.00 PM
Jim Supangkat, Rizki A. Zaelani, A. Rikrik Kusmara, Suwarno Wisetrotomo, Asikin Hasan, Badrolhisham Moh. Tahir
It will be the first triennal art
exhibition in Southeast Asia involving contemporary artist from Southeast Asian
coutries and beyond.
Countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, The Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam,
Thailand, Australia, Japan, Peoples Republic of China, Pakistan
‘ORO, SPIRIT AND NATURE OF A TERRITORY’
By Pedro Ruiz (Colombian Artist)
Exhibition will be opened to public from the
6th until 17th of March 2014.
from Monday to
Saturday, 10.00 am to 06.00 pm.
exhibition, which features an exposition of thirty paintings in small format,
which invites visitors to use magnifying glass to come closer to the level of
detail of each pictures, is projected as a view of different display of
Colombian culture and heritage, through a journey of a person bringing in his
canoe, the memories of his nature, experiences, and the most distinguished
values of Colombia.
Oro (gold), the memory, and the
pursuit of the essence through nature, are parts of the work that desires to
invite the reflection of the Colombian history, the values and the identity,
which are delivered through the medium of art, the profundity of memory and the