Come up to the Alila on Saturday for an exhibition of emerging Indonesian photographers, “Imagemakers of the Future”. It looks very interesting indeed, with about a dozen young photographers exhibiting. Their work spans a huge spectrum of styles and approaches, so this will not be a boring show by any stretch of the imagination. It’s more likely to stretch your imagination past its present limits.
The exhibition is curated by Rio Helmi, Firman Ichsan, Darwis Triadi and Oscar Motuloh, who have been poring over bajillions of images, portfolios, prints, and possibilities for months, in preparation for this show. It’s a “pre-event” of the Bali Photo Festival 2010 (better known as BLIPfest).
Opening reception from 5:00 to 6:30 pm in the large and well-lit gallery of the Alila Resort near Ubud. Coincides with the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, so there’s even more reason to make your way to Ubud this week. “Imagemakers of the Future” continues at the Alila until 30 November. Photo, Eric Chang