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Indonesian Revolution at the Heart of Dutch Civilization

Monday, February 28, 2022

THE grand exhibition Revolusi! Indonesië Onafhankelijk (Revolution! Indonesia Independent) opened in February at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum, involving guest curators Amir Sidharta and Bonnie Triyana. A month prior to opening, it already attracted ample attention due to an opinion piece by Bonnie Triyana.

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A large poster for the Revolution exhibition at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Linawati Sidarto . tempo : 171872724551.

VISITORS are welcomed by an austere room. Projected on the main wall are photos of Sukarno, clad in white with a black kopiah on his head, standing solemnly while reading the declaration of Indonesia’s independence on the morning of August 17, 1945, in the front garden of his home on Pegangsaan Timur 56 in Jakarta.

While this portrait, snapped by photographer Frans Mendur, is carved on Indonesia’s collective memory, this is not the c

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