[PRESS RELEASE] L PROJECT: "INDONESIAN ARTS - ENTERING THE GLOBAL MARKET"

Updated: Nov 25, 2021


L Project's online seminar poster

Jakarta, 24 April 2021 – Introducing L Project, a newly launched online art platform and a sibling company to Linda Gallery (an art gallery established since 1990, located in Singapore, Beijing, and Jakarta). On this day, L Project is pleased to announce its first step to lead the global art market through providing a variety of curated artworks. With the vast and ever-growing art industry, L Project is bringing Asian artworks to the global audience, offering fine art pieces such as paintings, sculptures, prints, and more. In addition, L Project sells artworks that are each curated by curators and galleries. It is assured that each artwork is authentic and exclusive as we work closely with the artists and curators.


As L Project is highly anticipated by the market, especially from Indonesia and Southeast-Asia, Mr. Ali Kusno Fusin and Mrs. Linda Ma, founders of L Project stated, “With China as a leading Asian country and a representation of Asian art, I believe Indonesia has an opportunity to enter and flourish in the art market.” They continued, “And that is why I had planned to create a platform in which the public all over the world has access to, in terms of viewing, purchasing, and even educating.”


In today’s event, L Project will hold a seminar themed “Indonesian Art: Entering the Global Market” that will feature several speakers: collector - Sunyata Wangsadarma M.A., curators – Rizki A. Zaelani and Anna Sungkar, artist – Nyoman Nuarta (Sculptor of the statue of Garuda Wisnu Kencana) and Astari Rasjid (Indonesian Ambassador to Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia 2016 – 2020), writer – Nasir Tamara (Chairman of Satupena), and founders of L Project – Ali Kusno Fusin and Linda Ma (CEO of Linda Gallery). This event