Art Jakarta 2019 Indonesia’s international art fair

Art Jakarta returns this year with its 11th edition, held at a new venue, Jakarta Convention Center. think archipelago is a proud media partner of the event which runs from 30 August to 1 September 2019. To see more of Art Jakarta 2019 program, go to https://artjakarta.com

The collaboration of two leading figures in the Indonesian art scene Tom Tandio as fair director and artistic director Enin Supriyanto will ensure an invigorated approach and added value to Art Jakarta 2019. Their knowledge of and experience in the local and international art scenes will further enhance Art Jakarta’s position in both Indonesia and Southeast Asia.

Tom and Enin’s team also include graphic designer Henricus Linggawidjaja (Artnivora) and photographer Indra Leonardi (The Leonardi) who are the fair’s Design Director and Director of Photography respectively. Architects and Designers Dua Studio have been commissioned to create fresh designs and concepts for the fair.

Art Jakarta’s new brand identity is placing Jakarta as one of the key centers of Asian contemporary art whilst at the same time strengthening Indonesia’s position as one of the most important art hubs in Asia.

“This change in branding is one way to represent our commitment in building a foundation for the local and international art community to be able to interact,” said Enin.

The fair’s tenth edition in 2018 saw more than 40,000 visitors attending Art Jakarta. This year’s change of venue, from Pacific Place to the Jakarta Convention Center, is also due to an anticipated increase of visitors, in line with the continuous growth over the past years.

A total of 70 galleries from Indonesia and other Asian countries will participate in Art Jakarta 2019. “The fact that the number of overseas participants exceeds domestic exhibitors is a testimony of the strength and trust of the international art market in Art Jakarta in particular, and the Indonesian art market in general,” (Tom Tandio).

The fair is made up by six components:  Art Jakarta Gallery, Art Jakarta Spot, Art Jakarta X, Art Jakarta Play, and Art Jakarta Scene, as well as “Art_UNLTD”, presented by the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf).

Since the very first edition of Art Jakarta, fundraising for charity is a permanent feature of the fair. This year, ten carpets made by renowned artists will be auctioned to raise funds for a good cause.

Various art talks are also part of the Art Jakarta program.


Event Name: Art Jakarta

Place/Time: JCC Senayan, Friday, 30 August – Sunday, 1 September 2019

Type of event: International Art Fair

Exhibitors: 70 in total, of which 30 Indonesian and 40 international art galleries (focus: Asia), and ten special presentations.

Organizer: PT. Artindo Jakarta Seni Kini (a subsidiary of the MRA Group).

Fair Director: Tom Tandio

Artistic Director: Enin Supriyanto

Design Director: Henricus Linggawidjaja

Director of Photography: Indra Leonardi

Fair Consultant: Gil Schneider


Program

Art Jakarta Gallery

The main section of the fair, presenting 70 art galleries, with 30 art galleries from Indonesia and 40 art galleries from other countries in Asia-Pacific.

Art Jakarta Spot

Special presentations by seven artists, represented by seven art galleries, at dedicated spaces within the fairground.: Eko Nugroho (Arario Gallery), TeamLAB (Gajah Gallery), Cheuk Wing Nam (Galerie OVO), Albert Yonathan (Mizuma Gallery), Ronald Ventura (Yavuz Gallery), Ji in You (The Columns Gallery), and Syaiful ‘Tepu’ Garibaldi (ROH Projects).

Art Jakarta X

Art Jakarta extends its collaboration to other stakeholders in the industry, to produce special presentations for the fair. For this year’s Art Jakarta X, the following artists have been selected: Isha Hening by the Wave of Tomorrow, Huang Po-Chih, and I Nyoman Masriadi for a collector’s show in the VIP Lounge.

Art Jakarta Play

In collaboration with UOB Indonesia, a bank continuously emphasizing the value of education, Art Jakarta Play is dedicated to both children and adolescents eager to learn and experience art through various workshops organized by Eko Nugroho Art Class.

Art Jakarta Scene

This component of Art Jakarta brings together several dynamic players in Indonesia’s art ecosystem which is growing rapidly and nurtures various other creative industries.

Art Jakarta Talk

Art Jakarta Talk is a forum for stakeholders to discuss and share new topics and developments in the contemporary art world. Several panel discussions will provided new insights on current issues.

Art Jakarta Charity

A tradition of Art Jakarta since its first edition, the charity program is a fundraiser for organizations supporting good causes. Specially created art works will be sold by auction.

Art_UNLTD

In its ongoing commitment to offer young artists the opportunity to showcase their works and to interact with fair visitors from Indonesia and abroad, the Indonesian Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf) provides this dedicated platform for the continued development of talent. 


International galleries

  1. Amy Li Gallery Beijing
  2. ANOMALY Tokyo
  3. Arario Gallery Seoul
  4. Art Agenda S.E.A. Singapore
  5. Art Porters Singapore
  6. Art Seasons Singapore
  7. Art WeMe Contemporary Gallery Kuala Lumpur
  8. Art XChange Gallery Singapore
  9. Artcommune Gallery Singapore
  10. Artemis Art Kuala Lumpur
  11. Artredot Singapore
  12. Atelier Aki Seoul
  13. Baik+Khneysser Los Angeles/Seoul
  14. Bluerider ART Taipei
  15. Flower Gallery London
  16. Fost Gallery Singapore
  17. Gajah Gallery Singapore
  18. Galerie OVO Taipei
  19. Galerie Taménaga Tokyo/Paris/Osaka
  20. Gallery Khankhalaev Moscow
  21. Gallery Sun Contemporary Seoul
  22. Gallery YEH Seoul
  23. Hatch Art Project Singapore
  24. Jan Manton Art Queensland
  25. La Lanta Fine Art Bangkok
  26. Linda Gallery Jakarta/Singapore/Beijing
  27. Mizuma Gallery Singapore/Tokyo
  28. Nova Contemporary Bangkok
  29. Project Fulfill Art Space Taipei
  30. Qi Mu Space Beijing
  31. Richard Koh Fine Art Kuala Lumpur/Singapore/ Bangkok
  32. ShugoArts Tokyo
  33. Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore/Sydney
  34. Tang Contemporary Art China
  35. The Column Gallery Seoul
  36. TKG+ Taipei
  37. Tomio Koyama Gallery Tokyo
  38. Vin Gallery Ho Chi Minh City/Penang
  39. Wei-Ling Gallery Kuala Lumpur
  40. Yavuz Gallery Singapore
  41. Yeo Workshop Singapore

Indonesian galleries

  • Arkaarts Jakarta
  • Art Serpong Gallery Jakarta
  • Art:1 Jakarta
  • Artsphere Jakarta
  • Bale Project Bandung
  • CAN’s Gallery Jakarta
  • CGartspace Jakarta
  • D Gallerie Jakarta
  • Dunia Art Gallery Jakarta
  • Edwin’s Gallery Jakarta
  • Fenix Art Center
  • Gudang Gambar Jakarta
  • ISA Art Advisory Jakarta
  • KAS Project Yogyakarta
  • Kendy’s Gallery Jakarta
  • Kohesi Initiatives Yogyakarta
  • Lawangwangi Bandung
  • Linda Gallery
  • Nadi Gallery Jakarta
  • Puri Art Gallery Jakarta
  • Rachel Gallery Jakarta
  • ROH Projects Jakarta
  • ROH Projects Project Jakarta
  • RUCI Art Space Jakarta
  • SAL Projects Jakarta
  • Segaris Art Center Jakarta
  • Semarang Gallery Semarang
  • Syang Art Space Magelang
  • Zola Zolu Gallery Bandung

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