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Jl. Kembang Indah III Blok G III no. 4 - 5 Puri Indah , West Jakarta, DKI Jakarta
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Based in Jakarta, Nadi Gallery is an art gallery founded by Biantoro Santoso, a young collector of Indonesian art. His devotion for art ...

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Based in Jakarta, Nadi Gallery is an art gallery founded by Biantoro Santoso, a young collector of Indonesian art. His devotion for art and his desire to take part in promoting contemporary art in Indonesia have led to the existence of this gallery. Nadi Gallery was officially opened on the 15th of September 2000, marked by the opening of an exhibition showing the paintings of Heri Dono, a celebrated artist. The Indonesian word nadi means "aorta", "artery", "vein" that evokes the idea of signaling pulsation. Without pulsation, the aorta soon looses its significance for life. As the name indicates, the Gallery's principal programs of exhibitions have been aspiring to present the pulses of recent developments in contemporary art in Indonesia. All the exhibitions held by and at the Gallery are designed in cooperation with guest or independent curators. Exhibitions are scheduled to take place at least six times a year. Those exhibitions are intended to present works by Indonesian artists as well as artists from other parts of the world with highly qualified, unique and innovative achievements.

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