Culture / Art Republik

Art Stage Jakarta Exhibits 6 Private Collections

Titled Expose, the inaugural Art Stage Jakarta will display works from the renowned private collections of six Indonesian collectors.

Jul 29, 2016 | By Chelsea Tan

Indonesian fans of art, rejoice! Dropping into Jakarta is Indonesia’s frst premium art fair of international scale. Enter Art Stage Jakarta, where the inaugural fair will present renowned private collections of six Indonesian collectors. The exhibition will feature works from the collections of Alex Tedja, Deddy Kusuma, Dr Melani Setiawan, Rudy Akili, Tom Tandio and Wiyu Wahono. In doing this, Art Stage Jakarta is representing at least two generations of art collectors. It is a glimpse into the masterpieces from the country’s leading collectors’ personal favorites, with the exhibition aptly titled Expose.

Spreading over 600 square meters, expect key artworks ranging from paintings and sculptures to installation and photography, and even high-tech works that integrate bio-electronic elements. A grand total of 14 artworks will be exhibited, with works by artists from Indonesia, China, the United Kingdom, Japan and the Philippines.

“The exhibition is an homage to the spirit of art collecting which was first ignited by President Sukarno and continues today with the new generation of collectors. As Indonesia’s premium art fair of international format, we are committed to show Indonesia at its best,” says Lorenzo Rudolf, Founder and President of Art Stage Jakarta.

Art Stage Jakarta will take place from August 5 to 7 at the Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel. Check out the photos below for a sneak peek.

Wisnu Auri, On Time, 2012, Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Rudi Akili

Wisnu Auri, On Time, 2012, Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Rudi Akili

Handiwirman Saputra_Di Kamar Hotel, 2007, Acrylic on canvas, 11 panels, each 195x100cm, Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Alex Tedja

Handiwirman Saputra_Di Kamar Hotel, 2007, Acrylic on canvas, 11 panels, each 195x100cm, Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Alex Tedja

Ryoji Ikeda, data.tron, 2007, single projection audiovisual installation, Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Wiyu Wahono

Ryoji Ikeda, data.tron, 2007, single projection audiovisual installation, Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Wiyu Wahono

Melati Suryodarmo, Alienation of the Stone at Kemlayan, 2012, Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Tom Tandio

Melati Suryodarmo, Alienation of the Stone at Kemlayan, 2012, Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Tom Tandio

I Nyoman Masriadi, Serta Merta 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 200x300cm_Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Deddy Kusuma

I Nyoman Masriadi, Serta Merta 2013, Acrylic on canvas, 200x300cm_Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Deddy Kusuma

Aditya Novali, Conversation Unknown, 2015 (lanscape), Ink on transparent plexiglass, zinc bar, wood 91 bars, each bar 120 x 9 x 6 cm, Image credit - Courtesy of the private collection of Melani Setiawan

Aditya Novali, Conversation Unknown, 2015 (lanscape), Ink on transparent plexiglass, zinc bar, wood 91 bars, each bar 120 x 9 x 6 cm, Image credit – Courtesy of the private collection of Melani Setiawan

 
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