Artemis Art’s primary focus is on promoting young and emerging artists from the Southeast Asia region, whose diverse art-making modes and practices mirror the sheer diversity to be found in the region. Artemis Art is a firm believer in collaborations, and for the past several years have actively exhibited in neighbouring countries through various collaborative models, thus far in China, Indonesia, Philippines, and Taiwan.

What started out as personal collection of works from Yogyakarta artists, built across the span of several years, formed the bulk of Artemis Art’s collection of works when it first began operations in 2011. In early 2013 it moved to a different location within Publika, a place it called home until early 2021 when it made the decision to no longer operate a physical gallery for the time being.


In November 2021 Artemis Art turned 10, its decade anniversary coming at a time the world is going through great turmoil with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Just as how the art world has had to make tremendous adjustments to how it operates, so has Artemis Art. Its activities are currently focused on its online presence, as well as exhibiting its artists through collaborations with galleries outside of Malaysia, and participating in art fairs when and where it is are able to.

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