The Goethe-Institut is Germany’s international cultural institute and promotes cultural collaboration worldwide. It encourages knowledge of the German language and conveys a comprehensive image of Germany by providing information about cultural, social, and political life in the country. The cultural and educational programs of the institute encourage intercultural dialogue and enable cultural involvement. Focusing on shared artistic production, reception, and reflection, the Goethe-Institut initiates and organizes projects which foster worldwide mobility of people working in arts and culture and strengthen cross-cultural networks from a global perspective.
Kemendikbud and Galeri Nasional Indonesia
Galeri Nasional Indonesia is an Indonesian modern and contemporary art museum that manages state-collection artworks under the Directorate General of Culture, Ministry of Education and Culture. Located at the heart of the capital city of Indonesia in Central Jakarta, Galeri Nasional Indonesia’s exhibition spaces are classified as heritage buildings. Galeri Nasional Indonesia collects artworks from notable Indonesian and foreign artists, including Raden Saleh, S. Sudjojono, Affandi, Basoeki Abdullah, Hendra Gunawan, Henk Ngantung, Barli Sasmitawinata, Trubus, Popo Iskandar, Srihadi Soedarsono, Jim Supangkat, Nyoman Nuarta, Heri Dono, Wassily Kandinsky, Hans Hartung, Victor Vassarely, Sonia Delauney, and many more.
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum is a private art museum initiated by Eric Booth, stepson of Jean Michel Beurdeley and son of his late wife Patsri Bunnag, who started their collection of Thai contemporary artists who have actively engaged in the local and international art scene since the early 1990s.
Built in 2016, MAIIAM’s exhibitions have included not only their permanent collection but also the temporary exhibitions of artwork in the region while also organizing shows that tour the world. The museum became the new cultural destination of Chiangmai and reinforced an art and cultural landscape that became active three decades ago, thanks to strong alternative spaces and the vibrant activism of artists’ collectives.
Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin
The Hamburger Bahnhof – Museum für Gegenwart – Berlin presides over a comprehensive collection of contemporary art, which it presents in a variety of exhibitions. It is the largest among the buildings housing the Nationalgalerie’s extensive holdings, the remainder of which are housed in the Alte Nationalgalerie, the Neue Nationalgalerie, the Museum Berggruen, and the Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg.
The Nationalgalerie contains a veritable cosmos of art that spans from 1800 to recent works fresh from the studio. Whoever steps into its exhibition spaces immediately becomes more intimately acquainted with the city, for its works are housed and displayed at a variety of sites and in a variety of architectural landmarks spread across the city of Berlin.
Singapore Art Museum
Singapore Art Museum is a contemporary art museum which focuses on art-making and art- thinking in Singapore, Southeast Asia and Asia, encompassing a worldwide perspective of contemporary art practice. SAM advocates and makes accessible interdisciplinary contemporary art through evolving, research-led curatorial practice. Since it opened in January 1996, SAM has developed one of the most important collections of contemporary art in the region. It seeks to seed and nourish a stimulating and creative space in Singapore through exhibitions and public programs while deepening every visitor’s experience. Outreach and education, research and publications, as well as cross-disciplinary residencies and exchanges are counted among SAM’s wide range of programs.