The Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale returns with its third edition, presenting a more extensive view into the ceramic arts and its varied contexts. A total of 72 artists — 40 of whom are Indonesians and 30 international — are taking part in the event, which runs until Oct. 13 at the Indonesian National Gallery on … [Read more…]
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A Visit to Jenggala Ceramic, Tantri Ceramic, and Clei Pottery 14-15 December 2014 Jenggala Ceramic-Jimbaran, Bali Tantri Ceramic, Pejaten, Bali Clei Pottery, Gianyar, Bali
Carla Bianpoen, Contributor, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta| Life | Thu, December 31 2009, 10:28 AM In 1976, the late Indonesian ceramist Hildawati Soemantri broke through all conventions by holding an installation, the first ever in Jakarta, consisting of broken ceramic parts to reveal life’s fragile state. But while she proved ceramics to be a … [Read more…]