Pullman Jakarta Indonesia Launches 25 Painting Magic Exhibition

Pullman Jakarta collaborates with Yayasan Daya Pelita Kasih for a good cause

Daya Olivia Korompis, “Little Deer”, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 60×60 cm

This year, Accor Indonesia is celebrating its 25th year in Indonesia. To commemorate it, Pullman Jakarta Indonesia at Thamrin has launched an upstanding painting exhibition, featuring 25 artworks by 12 children with autism from Yayasan Daya Pelita Kasih. Located at their 2nd floor, the exhibition will run for a week from 23 to 29 July 2018. The funds raised from the painting sales will be donated to Yayasan Daya Pelita Kasih.

Daya Olivia Korompis, “Swans”, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 50×60 cm

“Art therapy is helping children with autism spectrum disorder to improve their social skills, self-esteem, and emotional regulation,” said Katharina Lita Wewengkang, Founder and CEO of Yayasan Daya Pelita Kasih at the opening ceremony, where special performances like a fashion show by Alleria Batik and musical performances by Ganer Lana and Daulat opened the occasion.

Banu Gunottama, “The Flowers # 2”, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 60x80cm

The series of paintings starts from IDR 2,500,000 and explores unconventional painting technique. The artists featured include Diego Luister Berel, Wilson Luhur, Jane Gabriella, Mahadana Trayusa, Indhy Mutiarahma, Aurelie Sari Puteri Wirananda, Seto Swastiko, Kiemas Rizky Aguswira Ilyas Nurhadi, Banu Gunottama, Daya Olivia Korompis, Bima Ariasena Adisoma, and Fero Adhi Mada Sardjono.

Bima Ariasena Adisoma, “Green Valley”, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 60x60cm
Diego Luister Berel, “Seaview in East Island“, 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 60x80cm