Established in 2001, D Gallerie was initially a Jakarta-based commercial gallery that focused on modern Indonesian art. The gallery switched its attention after being taken care of by its second-generation successor in 2006. D Gallerie started playing a bigger part in the dynamic and vibrant world of contemporary Indonesian art. This includes focusing on fresh and infrequently-exhibited artistic mediums such as contemporary photography and street art, inviting and promoting selected emerging artists from Bandung, Jakarta, and Yogyakarta.
Eventually, the gallery began working with several leading international contemporary artists, providing intriguing offers for the local art scene and facilitating fruitful knowledge exchange in the world of artmaking. This year, D Gallerie marks a significant step to further expands its vision by providing more opportunities for female artist's works.
Moreover, D Gallerie continues to exhibit modern Indonesian artists' works, who have had prominent roles in the formation of the identity and the institutionalization of modern Indonesian art.
Supporting many amazing artists
From the opuses of the Frenchman graffiti artist Kongo, to the graffiti works of Jakarta based artist Darbotz, from photography works of Wimo Ambala Bayang and Jim Allen Abel of MES56, Jogjakarta to Andy Dewantoro’s unseen photography works, also promoting Indonesian female artists like Octora, Kinez Riza and Prilla Tania. D Gallerie has contributed to the vibrant Indonesian art scene.MEET OUR ARTIST
Recognised in global art world
Because of its reputation, D Gallerie was chosen to be one of the 5 galleries representing Indonesia in the Marker program at Art Dubai 2012. Artworks that were shown in Art Dubai has been acquired by prominent collectors in the region such as Katara Art Center, Doha, Qatar and Ayyam Art Center in Dubai as well as Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi.