Surakarta, Indonesia

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june

08jun(jun 8)10:00 am12jan(jan 12)5:00 pmAlbert Yonathan Setyawan – ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’INDONESIA
Tumurun Museum is proud to announce artist Albert Yonathan Setyawan’s solo exhibition, ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’. The exhibition is meant to bring our attention to contemplate ideas such as transformation, impermanence and the ever-changing nature of our material existence.

july

08jun(jun 8)10:00 am12jan(jan 12)5:00 pmAlbert Yonathan Setyawan – ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’INDONESIA
Tumurun Museum is proud to announce artist Albert Yonathan Setyawan’s solo exhibition, ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’. The exhibition is meant to bring our attention to contemplate ideas such as transformation, impermanence and the ever-changing nature of our material existence.

august

08jun(jun 8)10:00 am12jan(jan 12)5:00 pmAlbert Yonathan Setyawan – ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’INDONESIA
Tumurun Museum is proud to announce artist Albert Yonathan Setyawan’s solo exhibition, ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’. The exhibition is meant to bring our attention to contemplate ideas such as transformation, impermanence and the ever-changing nature of our material existence.

september

08jun(jun 8)10:00 am12jan(jan 12)5:00 pmAlbert Yonathan Setyawan – ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’INDONESIA
Tumurun Museum is proud to announce artist Albert Yonathan Setyawan’s solo exhibition, ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’. The exhibition is meant to bring our attention to contemplate ideas such as transformation, impermanence and the ever-changing nature of our material existence.

october

08jun(jun 8)10:00 am12jan(jan 12)5:00 pmAlbert Yonathan Setyawan – ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’INDONESIA
Tumurun Museum is proud to announce artist Albert Yonathan Setyawan’s solo exhibition, ‘Transitory Nature of Earthly Joy’. The exhibition is meant to bring our attention to contemplate ideas such as transformation, impermanence and the ever-changing nature of our material existence.