Tjipta Niaga building, where the contemporary art exhibition of KTCF 2014 was held, is one of the old and poorly maintained buildings in the old quarters of Jakarta.
Tjipta niaga was one of the old buildings cleverly transformed into an art gallery for the KTCF (Kota Tua Creative Festival) 2014.
KTCF (Kota Tua Creative Festival) was a brilliant festival celebrating the bursting spirit of creativity, and held in the old quarters of Jakarta or locally known as Kota Tua, hence the name.
Manifesto is a biennial major art exhibition held in Jakarta. This year’s exhibition was their fourth, and it carried the theme of “DAILY LIFE : Knowing The Sign of Time”. Hall C was like a hidden vault.
Manifesto is a biennial major art exhibition held in Jakarta, showing the latest works of prominent artists from throughout Indonesia, although it was still much dominated by those from Jakarta and Yogyakarta.
For the past two years, Arris and Reza of Studiomili have been making brilliant artworks for their poster parade project.
A timelapse video of Studiomili’s illustrators Arris and Reza during the opening of their 100 Poster Parade exhibition at dia.lo.gue, Jakarta, 18 June 2014.
It was my third time watching Wouter Hamel’s performance and by far it was the best one.
Bangkutaman took the stage at Hey, Folks! to promote their Record Store Day special release “Langkah Baru”.
This year, the Record Store Day Indonesia was held for two days – Saturday (19 April) and Sunday (20 April) – so it was actually, a Record Store Weekend 😉