Indonesian Contemporary Art and Design (ICAD) 2019abbasource
Indonesian Contemporary Art and Design (ICAD) returns for its tenth event. Carrying “Factor X” as this year’s theme, the ICAD 2019 will be held at Hotel grandkemang Jakarta on 16 October – 24 November.
This art exhibition cooperate with many artists and designers who have huge contribution to Indonesian contemporary art and design development for at least the last twenty years including Adi Purnomo (Architect – Jakarta), Agus Suwage (Artist – Yogyakarta), Nirwan Dewanto (Writer – Jakarta), Dolorosa Sinaga (Artist – Jakarta), Hadiprana (Interior Designer – Jakarta), F.X. Harsono (Artist – Yogyakarta/Jakarta), Hardiman Radjab (Artist – Jakarta), Rinaldy Yuniardi (Fashion Designer – Jakarta), Syahrizal Pahlevi (Artist – Yogyakarta), and Tisna Sanjaya (Artist – Bandung).
One of many special things in this year’s ICAD is ICAD Award, an awarding ceremony for those involved in creative industry, specifically those who provides significant contribution to the development of contemporary art and design in Indonesia. The winners of this award will be chosen by a team of judges upon receiving the result of ICAD’s recommendation and research.
Indonesian Contemporary Art and Design (ICAD)
Indonesian Contemporary Art and Design (ICAD) is the first and the only exhibition that initiated the collaboration of design, art, technology, entertainment, and hospitality industry; involving interior designers, graphic designers, photographers, videographers, scenographers, painters, sculptors, filmmakers, and many other creators. ICAD is held annually to explore the richness of Indonesia’s local wisdom in a contemporary way.
Held for the first time in 2009, ICAD has become a large-scale exhibition, promoting design and contemporary art in Indonesia. It is held for 6 to 8 weeks, accompanied with fringe events, conventions, workshops, and film screening.