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/ Jakarta Biennale
Tita Salina, 1001st Island – The Most Sustainable Island in the Archipelago (detail), 2015.
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Vivian Ziherl

Chaotic and dense, lively, spirited, and in some senses logistically miraculous, the 2015 Jakarta Biennale takes its cue squarely from the political and geographic condition of Indonesia as an “archipelago state”—a nation comprised of a loose and idiosyncratic cluster of 922 inhabited islands. The exhibition trains its focus simultaneously on... continue reading

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Aperture
MIA Art Fair
art-agenda
Luisa Strina
Tulips & Roses
Gallery Ernst Hilger
Friedrich Petzel
Kaleidoscope
Michael Kon
Anton Kern Gallery
ArtAsiaPacific
Peres Projects
Blum&Poe