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By Kerrine Goh
Indonesian contemporary art has started since a few years to be better known in France
By Katerina Valdivia Bruch
In Indonesia, video art was not the result of an artistic movement or a particular development in contemporary arts. In fact, the influence of video in contemporary art is not ...
The Ripple Effect is a multi-disciplinary creative workshop process with partners in France, UK, India and Indonesia.
By Kalaivani Karunanethy
For Citra Pratiwi, dancer, choreographer, arts researcher and activist, tradition is always open to new interpretations and innovation.
By Bharti Lalwani
culture360.org contributor Bharti Lalwani presents the fifth in a series of conversations with Directors and Head Curators of Private Museums as well as Art Advisors, to discuss the phenomenon of ...
The Alliance Française de Singapour presents A Javanese Affair – a week showcasing Indonesian culture in Singapore from 21 February to 25 February 2012.
The exhibition The Global Contemporary – Art Worlds after 1989 was initiated by the Global Art and the Museum, with the attempt to show a compendium of contemporary art in ...
culture360 contributor Bharti Lalwani speaks to the curators of the Jogja Biennale, Alia Swastika and Suman Gopinath to discuss the premise of the first international Jogjakarta Biennale titled Equator #1- ...
From October 2011 to February 2012, the city of Rome presents an extensive programme of events in the frame of the international cultural biennale Vie della seta (Silk Roads).
In the fourth profile on Directors and Head Curators of Private Museums, Bharti Lalwani interviews Dr.Oei Hong Djien, a rare collector who has been consistently collecting Indonesian art during the ...
By Catarina Saraiva
This article gives an overview of the European and Southeast-Asian performing arts markets. It provides information that can lead to the creation of non-hierarchical dialogue between these two communities of ...
This is the second of a series of three articles based on interviews done to contemporary performing artists and programmers from Europe and Southeast Asia.
In the second part of her interview, Bharti Lalwani continues her discussion with Nicolai and Michael Frahm about what aspects make a private museum more meaningful.
By Anupama Sekhar
New media, which combine communications technologies and the arts, is providing new ways of promoting the diversity of cultural expressions.
There are lots of reasons for writing on Jogjakarta and its film culture: in Indonesian cinema history, Jogjakarta was listed as the second set-locations after Jakarta.