Last weekend I asked my friend Sapta, who co-run a darkroom rental called Wash & Burn at Pasar Santa, to develop a roll of film that had been lying inside my analogue camera since 2014. So I found some photos from this festival which took place five years ago!
No this was not a football match. It was another tribute for Manchester bands – this time it was for The Stone Roses and Oasis.
Jakarta’s Britpop tribute scene might be in a coma, but the few remaining enthusiasts are still trying to keep it alive.
In 2012 I started a photo project called @phototimecapsule (phototimecapsule.wordpress.com) I could not manage to post the photos until the end of the year, so I decided to try it again this year, now that it’s leap year again.
In my opinion, Margriet Smulders is not just a photographer: She is a magician.
Tjikini, a cosy cafe in the heart of Jakarta, was suddenly filled with Surabayans and music enthusiasts as Silampukau serenaded everyone on a quiet Monday evening.
Studiomili, known for their exciting illustrations, opened their exhibition “Dwellings” at Artotel a couple of months ago.
Went to Artotel last Sunday afternoon to take a sneak peek of the “Dwellings” exhibition by Studiomili
Few days before the event, I read a post on Luky’s facebook account saying that his performance at Festival Seperlima on October 26 would be his last one in Jakarta.