Public events

To Conjure Something Out of Nothing © Cecil Mariani26.08.2021 | 5 PM Jakarta/Bangkok Time

To Conjure Something Out of Nothing

Join us in discussing archives in visual art and film with Grace Samboh, Lisabona Rahman, Michelle Wong and Shabbir Hussain Mustafa.

The ‘Body’ is Not Just Flesh © Cecil Mariani29.07.2021 | 5 PM Jakarta/Bangkok Time

The ‘Body’ is Not Just Flesh

A conversation between Arahmaiani (Yogyakarta), Kawita Vatanajyankur (Bangkok) and Suthirat Supaparinya (Chiang Mai). This session will be moderated by Zoe Butt (Ho Chi Minh City)

Unsubtitled* © Cecil MarianiReading Group | 01.07.2021, 8 PM Jakarta/Bangkok Time

Unsubtitled*

Curator Grace Samboh and Nathalie Johnston of Myanmar Art Resource Center and Archive (MARCA) host a reading group to discuss The Time is Out of Joint (2016) with Khairunnisa, Mary Pansanga and Ruth Noack. The session is moderated by Enin Supriyanto.

Domestic Notes © Cecil MarianiTalk | 27.05.2021, 5 PM Jakarta/Bangkok Time

Domestic Notes

A conversation between Anna-Catharina Gebbers, Grace Samboh, Gridthiya Gaweewong, June Yap.

Solidaritas © Dolorosa Sinaga/Galeri Nasional IndonesiaTalk | 22.04.2021, 5 PM Jakarta/Bangkok Time

Collecting Entanglements

Join the curators and directors to investigate the challenges and opportunities of institutional cooperation and cultural exchange across borders.

Exhibitions

MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum - Arin Rungjang © MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum30 July-1 November 2021

ERRATA

Chiang Mai, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum

ERRATA is now open for public. Due to the ongoing social restrictions in Thailand, please contact MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum for visitation info.

Responding to the exhibition Errata at Singapore’s Post Museum in early 2000s, ERRATA, at MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, explores the errors in contested historical narratives in Thailand and beyond through regional artists networks and women artists’ approaches to performance and media arts vis-a-vis the ongoing political turbulence, which stems from the colonial period to Cold War politics.

The Gift National Gallery Singapore © Ho Tzu Nyen20 August-7 November 2021

The Gift

Singapore, National Gallery Singapore

The Gift is now open for public at City Hall Wing, Level B1, The Ngee Ann Kongsi Concourse Gallery, National Gallery Singapore.


Presented by the Singapore Art Museum, the Gift explores the nature of relations, affinities and influences through the gesture of giving and return, as it is performed, remembered, and as that which remains and entangles, encapsulating simultaneously an expansiveness of spirit and an obligation to another.

Nation, Narration, Narcosis © Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin28 November 2021-3 July 2022

Nation, Narration, Narcosis

Berlin, Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin

Taking as starting points Joseph Beuys’ expanded concept of art, the social sculpture and Beuys’ works at Hamburger Bahnhof, the exhibition revolves around the role of narratives that form imagined communities such as groups or nations, counter-narratives and counter-memories, and proposals for new narratives, communities and futures.

Dolorosa Sinaga, Solidaritas (Solidarity, 2000) © Dolorosa SinagaJanuary-February 2022 (TBC)

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Jakarta, Galeri Nasional Indonesia

Departing from the 1995 Non-Aligned Countries Contemporary Art Exhibition that carved a chapter in the collection of the Galeri Nasional Indonesia, this exhibition investigates relationships amongst artists, their practices and their allegiances, regardless of their nationalities and supposed political identities.

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