Produced by the Cemeti Art Foundation, this publication contains a comprehensive discussion of Yogyakarta’s place within the contemporary Indonesian art scene. The genesis of contemporary art in Indonesia, including the unavoidable influence of the west, and the obstacles faced during its conception, teaching and exhibition. Four essays form the body of this volume. ‘The Role of Power in Contemporary Yogyakartan Art’ by Sumartono, ‘Tradition and the Socio-Political Context in Contemporary Yogyakartan Art of the 1990’s’ by Asmudjo Jono Irianto, ‘Yogyakartan Art of the 1990’s: A Case Study in the Development of Indonesian Contemporary Art’ by Rizki A. Zaelani and ‘Yogyakartan Art: Trends Prior to the Third Millenium’ by M. Dwi Marianto. An Index and the Contributor’s Biographies are included.
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English

Keywords

Indonesia

Publication/Creation date

2001

No of pages

201

ISBN / ISSN

9799590919

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Outlet: Yogyakarta within the Contemporary Indonesian Art Scene
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Outlet: Yogyakarta within the Contemporary Indonesian Art Scene

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Phoebe Wong notes the essential role "Yogya" has been playing in Indonesian contemporary art