4:13 pm August 21, 2014 | No Comment
‘New Icon: Pop in Asia’ is an exhibition of pop art from Southeast Asia and South Korea, held to celebrate relations between the two. 
4:08 pm August 21, 2014 | 1 Comment
The completist fiesta that is the “Kemang Village Summer Pop Festival With Market & Museum” took place at Lippo Mall Kemang from Friday to Sunday last, culminating with a celebratory last day that coincided with Indonesia’s independence day.
3:59 pm August 21, 2014 | No Comment
But despite his clear fan base and talent — the first few images online resemble the type of shot one could easily see in a high-end fashion magazine — Hartono Hosea is adamant that he is by no means a professional.
9:26 am August 21, 2014 | No Comment
British actor Rupert Grint, best known as wizard Ron Weasley in the “Harry Potter” film franchise, makes his Broadway debut as a young, wunderkind director alongside a stellar ensemble cast in the show business comedy, “It’s Only a Play.”
4:33 pm August 20, 2014 | No Comment
Showcased at the Erasmus Huis cultural center, the “Muda dan Tua, Tua dan Muda: Pemetaan Indonesia Modern Dalam Gambar” (“Old and Young, Young and Old: Mapping Out Modern Indonesia Through Pictures”) exhibition highlights photographers Marco van Duyvendijk and Rainer Oktavianus’ contrasting styles as they attempt to capture humanity with a lens.
12:10 pm August 18, 2014 | No Comment
The Dayak dancers from North Kalimantan’s Malinau district awed their audience with a dazzling display of sights and sounds. The group managed to recreate the ambiance of their homeland’s rain forest as they imitated the mating ritual of a pair of birds of paradise. Titled “Darung Tingkar,” or “Tree of Life,” the riot of colors […]
4:09 pm August 17, 2014 | No Comment
Quadrennial art fair Pasar Seni ITB, which claims to be Southeast Asia’s biggest arts festival, will be back for its 11th run on Nov. 23, with the theme “Antara Aku” or “Between Me.”
2:37 pm August 14, 2014 | No Comment
The old man grabs his visitors’ attention with his iconic broad mustache, outsized cane and Javanese outfit — all attributes that befit his name, Pak Raden. His bearing as an authority figure still gets through to his viewers, particularly those who grew up watching him put up with Unyil and his friends like Usro and […]
2:11 pm August 13, 2014 | No Comment
The performers entertained the audience, delighting them with their repertoire. Carried out in the traditional Betawi, or native Jakarta, dialect, their interaction describes the traditional courtship of men and women during the capital’s colonial period — the coquettish flirtation by the woman, and the ardent advances by the man, both in their traditional garb. This […]
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