Indonesian contemporary and modern art are on display for the public in Singapore. This time, One East Asia – a Singapore based international art management group – which brings Indonesian contemporary and modern art to Singapore in the exhibition titled Indonesia's Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. The exhibition which will run until May 9, 2012, was officially opened by the Ambassador of the Republic of Indonesia to Singapore, Andri Hadi, on 25 April 2012 at One East Art Space, Singapore.
In his speech, Ambassador Andri Hadi expressed his appreciation on the initiative of One East Asia in its effort to introduce more Indonesian contemporary and modern art to the international world. "As an Indonesian I feel proud that the work of Indonesian artist gain recognition and high appreciation in the global community" the Ambassador said.
The Ambassador also hopes that through this exhibition, the international community could see and feel how contemporary and modern art in Indonesia has grown so rapidly in recent years. "I believe that this exhibition is not just a mere exhibition, but also as a celebration of contemporary and modern art development in Indonesia" the Ambassador added.
Indonesia's Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is an Indonesian contemporary and modern art exhibition initiated by One East Asia. The work presented in this exhibition consists of works of several artists : WG Hofker, Ivan Sagita, Pintor Sirait, Heri Dono, M.Irfan, Yunizar and I Gusti Ngurah Udiantara.
Exhibition in Singapore is a series of exhibitions with the same headline that is displayed in London at 8 - 20 November 2011. In London, the exhibition received a high level of interest and critical acclaim. This exhibition was well received by Singaporeans. This was proved by the many Singaporeans as well as other foreigners who attended the exhibition.