Art Exhibit: Timor Runguranga



 
26 Oct 2017 17:00 - 18:30
/ Free
Rio Helmi Gallery & Cafe. Jl. Suweta (Google Maps)

David Palazón’s curious nature and unique sense of humor bring us close into the hearts and lives of the Timorese people, capturing the fleeting, incidental moments of those he met on his journey through this young nation. The country’s surreal and sublime nature is explored through a striking collection of visual memories.

Supported by The Embassy of Spain & Institute Cervantes.

Rio Helmi Gallery & Cafe is open daily from 7am-7pm. The exhibition runs from 25-29 October, with the launch held on 26 October at 5:00pm. 

Sifat penasaran David Palazón dan rasa humor yang unik membawa kita dekat ke dalam hati dan kehidupan orang-orang Timor, menangkap saat-saat kebetulan dan sesaat dari yang ia jumpai dalam perjalanannya melalui bangsa muda ini. Sifat magis dan alamiah negara ini dieksplorasi melalui koleksi kenangan visual yang mencolok.

Didukung oleh The Embassy of Spain & Institute Cervantes.

Rio Helmi Gallery & Cafe buka setiap hari dari jam 7:00-19:00. Pameran berlangsung dari tanggal 25-29 Oktober, dengan peluncuran yang diadakan pada tanggal 26 Oktober pukul 18.30.

Featuring

David Palazón

David Palazón is an award-winning documentary photographer, filmmaker, designer and artist from Barcelona. Driven by a curious nature for exploration, his work is a continuous enquiry into the human condition. …



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