Culture

Finding LOST LINDENBERG

Finding LOST LINDENBERG

Cocooned in the sleepy district of Pekutatan, Bali, LOST LINDENBERG offers pockets of peace away from the island’s crowd, as travellers make deep connections with the hotel’s bracing nature and communal experiences.
The Enduring Charisma of The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

The Enduring Charisma of The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

The Dharmawangsa Jakarta, which recently celebrated its silver jubilee, has been an iconic fixture of the esteemed neighbourhood since 1997, not only for its timeless architecture but also its long-time cast of hotel staff that has welcomed a myriad of important guests to its door.
Futura’s Pointman – River Warior Lands at Desa Potato Head

Futura’s Pointman – River Warior Lands at Desa Potato Head

Striking up a collaboration with lifestyle brand Potato Head, New York City artist Futura debuts Pointman - River Warrior in Bali and Singapore, captivating through more than scale, but an accomplished resurrection of plastic waste.
Material Alchemy is Front and Centre at Jiā Curated Kiosks 02

Material Alchemy is Front and Centre at Jiā Curated Kiosks 02

Taking on the theme ‘Material Alchemy’, Jiā Curated Kiosks 02 took over Plataran Canggu in Bali from 9 to 11 December. Transforming the resort’s tropical landscape into a design exhibition slash creative market, local brands and artisans explore the boundaries of material to visualise their visions of home.
‘Flash, Pow, Bham!’: Naufal Abshar Examines the Relationship Between the Entertainer and the Entertained

‘Flash, Pow, Bham!’: Naufal Abshar Examines the Relationship Between the Entertainer and the Entertained

Through a series of attention-grabbing paintings, drawings and installations, Naufal Abshar questions and comments on the volatile dynamic between humans and the entertainment industry for his solo exhibition, Flash, Pow, Bham! at ASHTA’s SPAC8 from November 26 to December 18, 2022.
‘The Soul Trembles’ by Chiharu Shiota Navigates Through the Fragility of Life

‘The Soul Trembles’ by Chiharu Shiota Navigates Through the Fragility of Life

Showing for the first time in Southeast Asia, ‘The Soul Trembles’ at Museum MACAN brilliantly depicts Chiharu Shiota’s artistic versatility. Drawing from personal and collective experiences, the artist leads visitors through her navigation of mortality and existence, which is often as complex as her signature web-like installations.