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Artemis Art’s 2020 art fair programming began with our third time appearance in Art Fair Philippines, which took place from February 21 – 23, 2020 at The Link, Ayala Center, Makati. We exhibited six artists from Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippines, at Booth 27 on Level 6. Featured were works by Ajim Juxta, Dedy Sufriadi, Dennis Bato, Gatot Indrajati, Ronald Apriyan, and Taufik Ermas.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has effectively caused several major art fairs in the region to be deferred, including Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Central Hong Kong, and most recently, Art Jakarta 2020. We will provide updates on any art fair participation for the rest of the year, as and when new information becomes available.
In June 2019, Malaysian visual artist Ajim Juxta achieved an important milestone in his artistic career with Distopians, his first international solo exhibition, hosted by Vinyl On Vinyl Gallery in Manila, Philippines. Dystopians + features works from that exhibition, but with an expanded collection to include other drawings and paintings that were featured in international art fairs and exhibitions abroad, but most of which have not been shown in Malaysia.
For artwork enquiries or additional information about the exhibition, contact us via email at [email protected].
Laksamana Ryo is a Yogyakarta-based artist whom we have been showing fairly regularly in our international art fair participations. Ocean Eyes is the artist’s third solo exhibition and is currently being shown at Langgeng Art Foundation in Yogyakarta, in collaboration with Artemis Art. The exhibition features artworks created specifically for the solo, and also the debut of Ryo’s first premium limited edition custom toy.
For artwork enquiries or additional information about the exhibition or the artist, contact us via email at [email protected].
ONGOING ONLINE EXHIBITION
Artemis Art is pleased to present the Hanafuda Shouzoku collection works by award-winning fine art photographer Shinya Masuda, our first collaboration with the artist since we hosted his debut solo exhibition Katsuko back in 2016.
Ten works from this award-winning series have been selected by the artist for us to show, and each of them is available for purchase as a limited edition archival print. The Hanafuda Shouzoku collection is the latest of our growing online exhibition features, as we sit out the currently instituted movement control order in Malaysia, due to the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic.
For additional information about the exhibition or the artist, contact us via email at [email protected].
ONGOING ONLINE EXHIBITION
The COVID Surreality online exhibition has been updated to include a link to the virtual exhibition space (hosted on Artsteps.com), plus a walkthrough video for those unable to access the virtual exhibition.
Artemis Art is pleased to announce our latest online exhibition, COVID Surreality. The exhibition features a collection of photography works showing a lighter side to life in lockdown, according to Copenhagen-based Malaysian artist Amir Zainorin. COVID Surreality began on Friday, May 15 2020, with the exhibition webpage going live at Noon. We’re offering limited edition prints for sale that you may purchase through our webstor. For additional information, contact us via email at [email protected].
Our Webstore is now Live! Selected artworks from our backroom collection as well as from selected exhibitions have been made available for online purchase.
We will continuously be improving the webstore’s offering and functionality, as we know that there is a lot of room for improvement. Let us know if there is a feature you’d like our webstore to have. For feedback, or more information on what’s on offer, contact us via email at [email protected].
Due to the COVID-19 situation in both Indonesia and Malaysia, we have postponed the physical collaborative exhibition MONOCHROME. Instead, visit the exhibition feature page for a virtual viewing of the artworks included, plus access to the publications that both Art Serpong Gallery and Artemis Art have prepared.
We will be posting updates on this website as well as on our Facebook page and other social media channels regarding the status of the exhibition. The postponement is regrettable but necessary to ensure the safety of everyone involved. For immediate enquiries you may email us at [email protected].