SEA+ Triennale

SEA Triennale Indonesia is triennale art event (three yearly) the first international organized by the Ministry of education and Culture Indonesia. SEA is an acronym for the South East Asia Plus are intended as organizing art exhibitions which are always presenting works by Southeast Asian countries following (plus) the countries to be invited in accordance with special focus theme each year.

In 2013, the SEA will involve Triennale artists who come from a number of countries from the Southeast Asia region and artists in the region around Asia. The themes raised in this year’s Global Art, Ways Around Asia. Curatorial exhibition handled by the Board of curators, headed by Jim Supangkat Suwarno Wisetrotomo, Member and Asikin Hasan, Mochammad Badrolhisham Thahir, Rizki Ahmad Zaelani, a. Rikrik Kusmara.

SEA Trienalle 2013 is planned to be opened by Indonesia’s Vice President, Prof. Dr. Boediono in the National Gallery of Indonesia on November 13, 2010 at 19: 00. The exhibition will last for one month until the December 12, 2013.

In this exhibition, Pramuhendra’s presenting the installation work “Elechair”

Elechair, Variable Dimension, 2013

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