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Above: Art Stage Jakarta.

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Above: Art collector Wiyu Wahono (in grey suit) at the opening of Spirit Today, the young collectors' show as part of Art Stage Jakarta. Works shown are from the private collections of Arif Suherman, Wiyu Wahono, Nicholas Tan, Indra Leonardi and Tom Tandio.

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Above: Mochtar Sarman's Astro Boy comes with an app that triggers an animation.

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Above: Art Stage Jakarta.

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Laksamana "Junior" Tirtadji says: "We're at the stage of infancy where contemporary art is concerned ..."

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Esti Nurjadin says: "I made the foray into contemporary art because there is already a market for the old masters."

Handing over to the next generation

New galleries in Indonesia are fostering the emerging artists and collectors of the 21st century.
Aug 18, 2017 5:50 AM

FROM art collector to gallery owner - that's one of the classic paths taken by those in the art market. It is generally the case too in Indonesia, where those who started their galleries in the 1990s or early 2000s would have first been collectors.

But a crop of new or second-generation

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