TARI, Exhibiting Evocative Art Expression

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Inclover Magazine

Since its establishment in 1962, Galeri Hadiprana has been a home-y gallery of interior design, fashion, painting and other forms of art. TARI, which stands for Treasuring the Art of the Republic of Indonesia, was its latest exposition.

Traditional dancers helped TARI enhance exceptional artworks by painters and sculptors, based in Jakarta, Yogyakarta and Bali. They paraded their own motives, uniqueness, style and philosophy within dances, be they expressions of love and happiness, a love letter to nature, gratitude to God, or aspects of culture and heritage.

Each painter is a master in capturing the rhythms of Indonesian dancers, delivering them into vivid images of appreciation of their homeland.

33 artists took part in the exhibition, all of them are household names such as Sudigdo, Ida Bagus Indra, Josephine Linggar and Suprobo.