http://instatbt.com/Place/galeri-nasional-indonesia/385107314Galeri Nasional IndonesiaHati sempat girang ketika masuk ruang ini. Darah berdesir. Tapi berangsur berubah jadi maklum. Karya maestro harus dilindungi dan dikonservasi. Ini cuma reproduksinya saja. Yang asli tetap di istana negara. Yah lumayan lah.
http://instatbt.com/Place/national-gallery-singapore/367732531National Gallery SingaporeStories in Art at nationalgallerysingapore inspired by my favorite South-east Asian artist Raden Saleh.
His paintings of the volcano Mount Merapi were perfect for the Indonesian folktale of brave girl Tutumu who outwitted the Giant.
Syarif Muhammad Baqir Ba'budSyarif Muhammad Baqir Ba'bud2017-10-18Lord Of Baqir Ba'bud
Museum MACANMuseum MACAN2017-10-18Made when he was in The Hague, The Netherlands, Raden Saleh’s “Self-Portrait” represents his relationship with European culture; between the colonized and the colonizer.
Learn more about its historical significance at our inaugural exhibition, ‘Art Turns. World Turns. Exploring the Collection of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara.’
Raden Saleh, “Self Portrait”, 1839, oil on mahogany wood, 37 x 31 cm. Image Courtesy of Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara (Museum MACAN).
Indo/Art/NowIndo/Art/Now2017-10-10BETWEEN WORLDS: RADEN SALEH & JUAN LUNA
16 NOV 2017–11 MAR 2018
SINGTEL SPECIAL EXHIBITION GALLERY C
Explore the extraordinary life stories of two artists who are considered national heroes in their home countries––Indonesian painter Raden Saleh (c.1811–1880) and Filipino painter Juan Luna (1857–1899). Drawing from important collections around the world, this landmark exhibition brings together more than 80 of their works for the first time.
Between Worlds takes you through significant chapters of each artist’s journey, uncovering parallels and differences in their experiences, from their emergence as artists in Java and the Philippines; to their subsequent training and participation in artistic and social circles in Europe; and their later return to Southeast Asia.