No place like home – Ari Bayuaji

     View of ‘no place like home’ from outside of Gallery 6, Kunsthal Rotterdam The Kunsthal Rotterdam, a leading cultural institution in the Netherlands, through it’s program Kunsthal Light challenges artists to create site-specific works to be exhibited within a most unconventional space. An elongated and narrow slopping showcase ramp, with generous vertical height, Gallery … Continue reading No place like home – Ari Bayuaji

Previewing Indonesian Modern & Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Spring Sale

The 1-5 April Sotheby’s Hong Kong Spring Sales, a highly anticipated auction on the 2017 global calendar, inevitably will draw increased global attention to the Asian region. Sotheby’s first conducted sales in Hong Kong in 1972. For the first time however, works by iconic Western contemporary artists Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat and Damien Hirst … Continue reading Previewing Indonesian Modern & Contemporary Art at Sotheby’s Hong Kong Spring Sale

WHAT’S NEXT – A Group Art Exhibition

In recent years the visibility of street art in Bali has grown phenomenally. The dynamic crossover of genres, fusing graffiti with murals, social realism, and ever-evolving sensibilities has become a popular urban youth expression. Outside of conventional modes found in gallery and museums, street art is alive in public spaces, transforming bland street walls. From … Continue reading WHAT’S NEXT – A Group Art Exhibition