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2015.01.14 Wed, by

Equator Art Projects

The sister gallery to Langgeng Gallery, one of the top galleries in Indonesia, Equator Art Projects aims to be a platform for art that is intelligent, sensuous, and “of-this-moment”, regardless the medium. >> Read more
2016.10.26 Wed, by

“Jogja Calling”
4A Centre for Contemporary -
Asian Art

Jogja Calling examines the long-standing links between the artistic communities of Australia and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Over the past few decades Yogyakarta has become a leading destination for Australian artists looking to expand their practice and undertake residencies in Indonesia’s leading contemporary art city. Abdul Abdullah, Briony Galligan and Reko Rennie have all completed residencies in […] >> Read more
2016.01.21 Thu, by

Sing Sing Breakout—Art Stage Singapore 2016

The government approaches this art market thingy the way a tiger mother might, not because art is good for folks but for glory and good marks—because she really is very competitive. It is soft power, red in tooth and claw. >> Read more
2016.01.12 Tue, by

Southeast Asia Forum Talks Programme at Art Stage Singapore 2016

In its 2016 edition, Art Stage Singapore will introduce the Southeast Asia Forum, which aims to emphasise the balance between art, commerce and content. >> Read more
2015.01.14 Wed, by

Sauce for Contemporary Art Problems

Equator Art Projects is delighted to open its 2015 Exhibition Programme with Sauce for Contemporary Art Problems, a solo exhibition by Indonesian artist, Uji ‘Hahan’ Handoko Eko Saputro. >> Read more
2014.01.17 Fri, by

Art Stage Singapore: “An Evening at Gillman Barracks” exhibition previews

“An Evening at Gillman Barracks” is tonight at Singapore’s whitewashed gallery enclave. Here, Randian offers preview sights of the shows at premier galleries including Arndt, ShanghART and Mizuma. >> Read more
2014.08.08 Fri, by

Srihadi Soedarsono: Spirituality of Bedhaya 26 September – 26 October 2014, Main Gallery & Project Room

Equator Art Projects is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Srihadi Soedarsono’s work in Singapore. Seven new paintings in oil on canvas will be displayed in the Main Gallery. >> Read more
2014.08.08 Fri, by

Ivan Sagita: Chosen to die-22 August – 18 September 2014, Main Gallery

Equator Art Projects is pleased to present Ivan Sagita’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Featuring a new body of work encompassing painting, photography and sculpture, the show is a timely evaluation of the artist’s versatile and diverse practice. >> Read more
2013.07.15 Mon, by

Singapore Postcard

Ah Singapore - Switzerland of Asia! Clean, organized, educated, military and somewhat conservative - just call me Heidi. All that's missing are cuckoo clocks and those things they call the Alps, but who needs those anyway when you have a giant walky-casino-helipad-pool and Avatar-like super-trees? Cuckoo! >> Read more
2013.06.03 Mon, by

Duo Review from Singapore

Gillman Barracks, an old army base, has, over the past two years, emerged as Singapore’s new art district. With shopping being the national sport of this island-state, it is no easy matter for an art district to achieve the fame of shopping districts. Say the name of Gillman Barracks to a taxi driver, and nine times out of ten... >> Read more

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