The 8th Anniversary of Galeri Canna Exhibition

The 8th Anniversary of Galeri Canna Exhibition cross/piece opening was fabulous as Pramuhendra is being host at the event as well as Dr. Melani Setiawan, Indra Leonardi and Putu Sutawijaya.

The exhibition itself presenting cross/projects by promising Indonesian visual artists, musician and designers; 3rd Droom (Rifqi Sukma & Dita Gambiro), Arya Pandjalu & Sara Nuytemans, Davy Linggar, Farhan Siki, Festivalist (Farid Stevy Asta & Roby Setiawan), G.H.O.S.T (Yasmina Yustiviani & Agra Satria), Henry Foundation & Ade Darmawan, RE. Hartanto, Indieguerillas, Hitam Manis, Kokok P. Sancoko feat. da Vinci Machine, Simponi, UNKL D/347 feat. Syagini Ratnawulan, and Wedhar Riyadi feat. Yovita. Curated by Enin Supriyanto, Agung Hujatnikajennong and Sudjud Dartanto.

The exhibition is held until January 2nd, 2010.

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