By the River of Love

Project by Budi N.D. Dharmawan, Indonesian photographer, as part of Riverscapes IN FLUX organized by Goethe-Institut Hanoi, 2011–2012.

Jun 4

Riverscapes IN FLUX exhibition in Yogyakarta, 6–19 June 2013

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The exhibition Riverscapes IN FLUX has come to its last destination, Yogyakarta city in Indonesia. The exhibition is held at Langgeng Art Foundation, Jalan Suryodiningratan 37, Yogyakarta, and opens on Wednesday, 5 June 2013 at 19.00. All artwork will be on display through 19 June 2013.

Before coming to Yogyakarta, Riverscapes IN FLUX went to Phnom Penh in November 2012 without installing work by non-Cambodian artist, so I didn’t post it here. From Phnom Penh, it visited Manila in March 2013 but I also didn’t post it here as I also didn’t hear anything about the exhibition. The Jakarta exhibition, as it was planned before, has been cancelled and moved to Yogyakarta.

Accompanying the exhibition, there will be fringe events such as artists and curators talk on 6 June afternoon and film screening on 8 and 15 June evening. The artists and curators talk will present curators Ade Darmawan (Indonesia) and Tran Luong (Vietnam), as well as artists Woto Wibowo and Mahardhika Yudha (Indonesia) also Phan Thao Nguyen (Vietnam).

Interestingly enough, Goethe Institut Indonesia as the local event organizer didn’t seem to bother to contact me as a participating artist. I never received any official email or call from them, be it an invitation or notification regarding the exhibition.

See more photos and follow the updates of the Riverscapes IN FLUX project via its blog: http://blog.goethe.de/riverscapes and also via Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/riverscapes.influx.


Jun 29

Riverscapes IN FLUX exhibition opening in Bangkok, 22 June 2012

After Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Riverscapes IN FLUX goes to the third city: Bangkok, Thailand. My work By the River of Love on display at g23 Art Gallery in Bangkok. (Photographs courtesy of Goethe-Institut Hanoi)

The exhibition opened on Friday, 22 June 2012, and all artwork will be on display until Sunday, 22 July 2012. If you are in Bangkok, please come to g23 Art Gallery third floor to view the exhibition. Address: Srinakharinwirot University, 114 Sukhumvit Soi 23, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand.

From Bangkok, the exhibition will then travel to three other cities in Southeast Asia until the end of the year: Phnom Penh, Cambodia (October), Jakarta, Indonesia (December), and Manila, the Philippines (January).

See more photos and follow the updates of the Riverscapes IN FLUX project via its blog: http://blog.goethe.de/riverscapes/ and also via Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/riverscapes.influx.


May 19

Riverscapes IN FLUX exhibition opening in Ho Chi Minh City, 12 May 2012

My work By the River of Love on display in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. (Photograph courtesy of Goethe-Institut Hanoi)

The second exhibition of Riverscapes IN FLUX, in which By the River of Love is a part of, opened at Cactus Contemporary Art in Ho Chi Minh City last week. All artwork will be on display until Saturday, 26 May 2012. If you are around, you can come to 17/12 Nguyen Huy Tuong, Ward 6, Binh Thanh District to see the exhibition.

Previously showed in Hanoi, the exhibition will then travel from Ho Chi Minh City to four other cities in Southeast Asia throughout the year: Bangkok, Thailand (June), Phnom Penh, Cambodia (September), Jakarta, Indonesia (November), and Manila, the Philippines (December).

See more photos of the opening in Ho Chi Minh City on the Riverscapes IN FLUX Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Riverscapes-INFLUX/124346684346163 — you can also check the blog to follow the updates from all participating artists: http://blog.goethe.de/riverscapes.


Apr 19

Riverscapes IN FLUX exhibition opening in Hanoi, 12 April 2012

My work By the River of Love on display in Hanoi, Vietnam. (Photographs courtesy of Goethe-Institut Hanoi)

The Riverscapes IN FLUX exhibition, in which By the River of Love is a part of, finally opened at the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts in Hanoi last week. The opening was attended by all curators from the six participating countries and Vietnamese artists. All artwork will be on display until Sunday, 29 April 2012.

From Hanoi, the exhibition will then travel to five other cities in Southeast Asia throughout the year: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (May), Bangkok, Thailand (June), Phnom Penh, Cambodia (September), Jakarta, Indonesia (November), and Manila, the Philippines (December).

See more photos of the opening in Hanoi on the Riverscapes IN FLUX blog here: http://blog.goethe.de/riverscapes/archives/40-Exhibition-opening-in-Hanoi.html — you can also check the blog to follow the updates from all participating artists.


Mar 24

Riverscapes IN FLUX online

The centralized blog of Riverscapes IN FLUX that includes all 17 artists and 6 curators from 6 Southeast Asian countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, and the Philippines, is now online. Riverscapes IN FLUX blog follows the artists’ working process and gives an insight on how the artworks evolve.

Check out the blog and follow the updates: http://blog.goethe.de/riverscapes/

Also check out the project’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Riverscapes-INFLUX/124346684346163

The exhibition will open in Hanoi in April 2012 and tour the participating countries until December 2012.


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