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ART JOG is an annual exhibition and market of contemporary art in Yogyakarta city for a full month every May to June. The event was first hosted in 2008 by the name of Jogja Art Fair is an event series Yogyakarta Arts Festival XX.

ART JOG is an annual art event for a full month every May to June in Yogyakarta presenting contemporary works started in 2008 named Jogja Art Fair as part of the Yogyakarta Arts Festival. In 2009 carried out independently and in 2010 became ART|JOG as a major name.

Tinuku Travel ART JOG, a month-long annual arts every May and June in Yogyakarta presents works contemporary artists Travel ART JOG, a month-long annual arts every May and June in Yogyakarta presents works contemporary artists

Yogyakarta is one of the world's artistic and cultural center has creative environment constantly evolving and rich artistic agendas. ART JOG as exchanges of contemporary art into the limelight in realm of art and more than 50 thousand visitors every year.

International scale art festivals regularly featuring young artists up to seniors to showcase the best works from Yogyakarta, Bali, Australia, Malaysia, Japan, USA, and others. Some of the leading artists who have participated is Joko Pekik, Nasirun, Eko Nugroho, Agus Suwage, Garin Nugroho and Agan Harahap.

ART JOG serves fresh discourse of art development in the information technology era without limits. Concept art without borders encourages artists to better communicate in the universal language of local ideas through works. The achievement of work is not just technical exploration, but also ability to communicate the work.

The works of painting, graffiti, murals and videos exhibited artists to invite redefined the art and history of thought continue to explore the links between values of local and global. One of the iconic works in ART JOG 2013 was the work of ship's hull and whales that emerged in the lobby exhibition as archipelagic nation's identity.

Location: Yogyakarta.

Activity: Exploring artworks. ART JOG, a month-long annual arts every May and June in Yogyakarta presents works contemporary artists

Tinuku Travel ART JOG, a month-long annual arts every May and June in Yogyakarta presents works contemporary artists

Complementary facilities: Car parking, restrooms, restaurants and hotels.

Reach access: 0 km from Yogyakarta city.

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