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Indonesian art gallery at its finest. Although there are not too many pieces to see (compared with other national galleries in the region, esp. in Singapore), it is always great to see contemporary works of art, plus the pieces from world war 2 and colonial...More
The gallery is well planned, permanent exhibitions show the evolution of social and political themes in Indonesian art. Spacious and well lit, cool and admission is free. The other section housed a great exhibition when we were there too : Social Design for Social Living....More
The National Gallery of Indonesia is well worth a visit albeit the collection is relatively small. It is well laid out and has an excellent interactive machine in each room with a commentary on each work of art on display.
Meraba Diri by Ivan Sagita...More
My first step in Galeri Nasional for a temporary exhibition it was good. Beautiful places, big spaces where big contemporary pieces of arts are well valorized and (wow!) well illuminated!...not so easy in Jakarta to find some like this.
The only regreat is that this...More
The place is easy to find near Central Jakarta, very friendly staff and clean compared to the streets outside. Upon entering you'll feel like you're entering one of the centers in Europe. But then during summer it gets really humid outside as there are not...More
With the original building being constructed in 1817 as Indies Residence, the National Gallery has been used as a cultural institution since 1999.
Today the gallery holds a lot of exibitions bat also showcases works by famous Indonesian artist.
This semi-open plan of a site features a great (free!) permanent exhibition. It's located on the left building. If you're really into art history (like me), a hired guide (last time it was with Mr.Aola) will really help out in comprehending the why when what...More
Ok I was not expecting much from this gallery, albeit it's on the smaller side, the historical works within the gallery itself and the modern and contemporary works in the other galleries in the grounds are quite good.
It was well set up, well lit,...More
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It depends. You can use bus or busway to Gambir train station. The location is just at the opposite of Gambir station. The easiest way is using Grab Car/Go Car/Uber or regular taxi . pls compare the price first. thank you