Tuesday, May 4, 2010

'The Katallog Catalog"

Katallog is a collective of artists with different tastes, perspectives and mediums who have gathered to create a small concept store selling their own products in Bandung, Indonesia. Both the artwork and products produced by the members of Katallog are witty blend of lo-fi, conceptual craft.

"The Katallog Catalog" is a group exhibition showing the artwork of each member and representing the group as a strong creative force in the Bandung art community. The show references low vs. high art, original artwork vs. (un)limited editions, and aesthetic value vs. monetary value.

Opening Party: May 8th, 7PM- late

Exhibition runs May 8th-23rd
Mon-Fri: Appointment only
Sat-Sun: 12-8PM

A.O.D. Art Space
Panglima Polim V no. 38

Katallog Artists:
Annisa Oktafeny
Budi Adi Nugroho
Enarldo T.G.
Fauzy Prasetya
Irma Dewi Febriani
Nuri Fatima
R Yuki Agriardi
Tisa Granicia
Tubagus Ardan Hanafi
Wiyoga Muhardanto
Yufie Safitri

This exhibition is curated by C&C Projects for A.O.D. Art Space, and fully supported by Think.Blank.

For more details, Please contact info@candcprojects.com.

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Thursday, December 3, 2009

Brightspot Market

We haven't mentioned anything about Brightspot Market on our blog yet, and we're already on the third one. Visit the Brightspot Market website to find out more about it.

In the mean time, here's the upcoming Xmas Edition

Saturday, August 29, 2009

We're All Millionares Party and Installation

The Artists


Julian and Jimmy

The pregnant C

The Main Gallery

The rear gallery

Everyone hanging out in front... too many people, way too hot inside

C&C and the A.O.D. Family

Bad at Blogging

We're obviously very bad at blogging. so much has happened in the last year, but we haven't taken the time to post it.

Thursday, June 4, 2009

We're All Millionaires: Opening Party!

Opening Party: June 13th, 7 PM

A.O.D. Art Space
Panglima Polim V/38
Jakarta, Indonesia

Gallery Hours:
Tues-Fri: 3pm-8 pm
Sat-Sun: 1pm-8 pm

"We’re All Millionaires" is a group show of contemporary artworks that are to be sold for 1 Million Rupiah. The exhibition concept aims to poke fun at the cultural misconceptions of the term “millionaire”, and address the oddities of art economics and ownership status.

Curated by C&C Projects for A.O.D. Art Space

Participating Artists:

Ahmad Nursalim
Albert Yonathan
Andriew Budiman
Andro M. M. Napitupulu
Annisa Utami
Arthur Paath
Carolina Montejo
Christina Phan
Danang Hadi Phe
Dhanny Sanjaya
Farid Rakun
Fauzy Prasetya
Harry Mahardika
Irfan Wahyudi
Julia Sarisetiati
Karna Mustaqim
MEI.collectiv (Jessica Resmond & Jorge Bachman)
Mohamad Haikal Azizi
Muhammad Akbar
M Hendra Permana
Nuri Fatima
R. Yuki Agriardi
Rega Ayundya Putri
Soni Irawan
Tandya Rachmat Sampurna
Theresia Agustina Sitompul
Tisa Granicia
Top Changtrakul
Toto Nugroho
Yaviz Basalamah

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Show Announcement: We're All Millionaires

Submissions are now closed. Thanks!

C+C Projects is looking for art submissions for a group show at A.O.D. Art Space, Jakarta.

“We’re All Millionaires” is a curated group exhibition of contemporary art that will include students, emerging, and established artists alike. The goal of this exhibition is to create an alternative to the high-end art market, and open new doors for artists and aspiring collectors.

Each artwork will be sold for exactly Rp. 1.000.000,-.

Open to all (Indonesia-based) artists working in any medium and any theme. Artwork produced in series or editions are encouraged. We would love to see your paintings, drawings, photographs, videos, collages, sculptures, and any other format.

Send a jpg image to millionaires@candcprojects.com along with the following:

- Short artist statement
- Description of work (include dimensions, material, and title)
- Artist contact info
- CV or Bio

Deadline: 31 March 2009

For submissions and detailed guidelines please visit candcprojects.com/millionaires

Submissions do not guarantee entry into the show. The artists who have been selected will be notified by email.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Eames, the Eames, and Herman Miller

We recently had the privilege of hanging out with Eames Demetrious, grandson of legendary designers Charles and Ray Eames. For those who don’t know, The Eames’s changed the world through their designs. It’s almost guaranteed that everyone in the modern world has encountered an Eames design at some point in his or her life.

Eames Demetrious, head of Eames Office and an artist in his own right, was stopping through Jakarta in conjunction with the launch of the new book 100 Quotes by Charles Eames and an exhibit of his grandfather’s photographs. Herman Miller, producer of the Eames furniture, organized the exhibition at O House Gallery. We were very excited to see the selection of photographs in person, and be able to talk with Eames about his personal connection with them. One image that we particularly liked was a self-portrait of Charles and Ray’s reflection in the window of their case study house.

Eames ended his visit with a lecture at Aksara bookstore in Kemang. A small but dedicated crowd turned out to meet him and learn first hand about the history behind the family and business. He told great stories about visiting his grandparent’s house as a child, his first camera (given to him by Charles), and Charles’s friendship with designer, Eero Saarinen. Even though Eames was there as an ambassador of the Eames Office and Herman Miller, we had a chance to speak with him privately about his own work as an artist and film maker. You can check out more about his various projects here and his parallel universe here.

Eames speaking at the exhibition opening

Our favorite quote from Charles Eames

Herman Miller asked us to show our chair in the exhibition

Self portrait of Charles and Ray

At Aksara

Indoneisan Architect, Han Awal

Eames signing a photo of Han Awal's son with the House of Cards


Wednesday, October 29, 2008

C+C Projects: Nike Sportswear Launch Jakarta

In August we worked along side Future 10 Productions to launch the new Nike Sportswear line in Jakarta. This was part of a global launch to coincide with the Beijing Olympics, in which countries all over the world held locally organized events. Aside from collaborating with Future 10 on the creative concept, we curated a video art exhibition, worked with designer, Leo Theosabrata on the exhibition space and developed a limited edition set of flip books. The video exhibition featured 8 Indonesian artists/ art groups who created new works inspired Nike's 8 icon products. Each of the videos stood out with the artist's unique style, and were an amazing contribution to the show.

Thanks to the guys at WhatNot for all their help, and a special thanks to all of the artists: Ademus & M. Akbar, Adel Pasha, Anton Ismael, Darbotz, The Secret Agents, Irwan Ahmett, Ate (Open Labs), and The Slyndicates.

Check out pics of the space and event. Also, keep an eye out for another posting about the flip books.

The Air Max

Installation by Ademus & M. Akbar

Leo Theosabrata

Installation by Ate (Open Labs)

The Flip Books

Sanchia (The Slindicates) and her monsters

Monday, October 20, 2008

Mapping Invisible Cities at Goethe Haus, Jakarta

This was another show that I thought was worth mentioning. Mapping Invisible Cities included works from several photographers throughout south and southeast Asia.

Julia Sarisetiati (one of our favorites in the show)

Davy Linggar show at Ark Galeri

I know this is really old news to some, but I came across some pics of Davy Linggar's show at Ark Galerie and thought I should post them.