Jakarta – After successfully supporting the art and photography community in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Hong Kong, Monogram Asia is now present in Jakarta.
Integrating cafes, bookstores, camera shops, travel agency counters and galleries, Monogram Asia Space Jakarta offers a new experience for photography, traveling and fine art lovers of all genres, formats, age groups and skills to meet, read, learn and share experiences with accompanied by a cup of delicious coffee.
The establishment of Monogram Asia is based on anxiety when looking at the ecotourism of Asian photography, especially Southeast Asia which is still far behind when compared with the western continental photography ecosystems such as Europe and America.
In fact, Asia has a lot of potential evidenced by the number of photographers with the work / portfolio is captivating. Together with local partners, who are also photographers and art lovers, Monogram Asia finally established their first space in Asia, Monogram Asia Space Jakarta.
“Through Monogram Asia Space Jakarta, we want to promote Asia’s photography of various genres, levels, categories holistically. We hope our space – we want to call it” meeting room “can be a major destination for anyone with a love of photography to share “said Saad Husein, Creative Director of Monogram Asia, during the opening of Monogram Asia Space Jakarta, in the area of block M, Jakarta, Saturday (18/11/2017).
Furthermore Saad explained that Monogram Asia is also committed to being a platform capable of promoting talented photographers to a larger demographic not only in Asia but also around the world. Through the presence of Monogram Asia Space Jakarta.
“I look forward to creating collaborative, collaborative, and job opportunities for photography through our platform, especially in photography, event-based and publicity.
Located in the heart of South Jakarta, Monogram Asia Space Jakarta is specifically designed to support passion in the field of photography. Visitors can see the world’s best photographers selection of photography books in the Books section, followed by a wide selection of the rarest and most beautiful cameras, as well as the best-in-class camera accessories at the Drew & Barry kiosk.
At the bottom there is a travel counter that offers books and references for photography tour plans. Meanwhile, in the cafe and gallery, visitors can see the best photography displays while enjoying a cup of coffee. Do not forget also outdoor cafe area where the visitors can meet relaxed with the lovers of photography, sharing stories about photography adventure.
Monogram Asia Space Jakarta is also presenting specially prepared coffee to move the creative ideas of the guests who will come to Monogram Asia. In collaboration with Kanawa Coffee & Munch, each coffee is specially formulated from source to cup through a socially responsible coffee bean distributor.
“We designed this space to deliver photographic experiences through a variety of photography events, photographers and new trends inspired by photographic ecosystems in different parts of the world, we hope that Monogram Asia Space Jakarta can inspire and motivate visitors to take more pictures, and also share more, “added Billy Jayadi, Creative Director of Monogram Asia Jakarta
Reaffirming its commitment, Monogram Asia Space Jakarta has collaborated with renowned Indonesian photographers to create exciting programs. Billy explains that Monogram Asiatelah is currently working with Gathot Subroto, one of Fujifilm’s street water photographer to represent Indonesia at the 8×8 Street Photography Workshop International Photography Workshop held in Bangkok this year. ***