Jakarta, IO – Interior and Craft (ICraft) 2022 is officially open from April 13-17 at the Cendrawasih Room, Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). This exhibition comes with the theme of Indonesian crafts in the digital economy era.
The 20th edition featured 123 booths attended by participants from various regions in Indonesia. Upon entering the main gate, visitors are treated to craft products in the form of ceramic statue with called “Pandawa Diva” by artist F Widayanti which depicts the character and story of shadow puppetry character Drupadi.
A little further one can see rows of booths featuring wastra adati or Indonesian traditional fabrics, such as Pesona Batik Madura which showcases various collections of Madurese batik with its distinctive colors and motifs. The dominant color is red with floral, stalk or leaf motifs.