In collaboration with Kita Art Friends, this art exhibition is open to public and features celebrated Indonesian artists such as Kun Adnyana, Sutjipto Adi, Lugas Syllabus, and Made Arya Palguna.
In continuation of the Powerful Indonesia Festival event series, The Apurva Kempinski Bali together with Kita Art Friends proudly presents the final series of ‘Indonesia: The Land of Art’. Following the successful Land of Art debut last August, this third series, a spectacular art exhibition, invited renowned Indonesian artists to participate, Artists such as Kun Adnyana, Sutjipto Adi, Lugas Syllabus, and Made Arya Palguna, each of whom have made their mark on both national and international art scenes.
‘Indonesia: The Land of Art Volume III’ opened to the public and will be in site until the 30th of November, in the lofty Pendopo Lobby at The Apurva Kempinski Bali.
‘Indonesia: The Land of Art’ Volume III officially unveiled on the 12th of October 2023, commencing with an Art Talk held at L’atelier by Cyril Kongo on the 17th Floor. The interactive discussion, themed ‘The Future of Fine Arts’, featured distinguished speakers including Rizki Zaelani – the curator of the National Gallery of Indonesia; Nicolaus Kuswanto – the owner of Zen1 Art Gallery; Abdes Prestaka – the founder of Kita Art Friends; and the artists of ‘Indonesia: The Land of Art Volume III’, Kun Adnyana, Sutjipto Adi, Lugas Syllabus, and Made Arya Palguna. The Apurva Kempinski Bali aims to provide a platform for media, curators, academics, art enthusiasts, and artists to explore broader perspectives and share experiences, highlighting the evolution of contemporary fine arts in Indonesia and how to sustain it in the long term.