During the Festival Week on 3-7 July at Taman Ismail Marzuki, Jakarta International Photo Festival (JIPFest) presents Bazaar featuring companies and organizations from Indonesia and overseas, including photography industrial players such as photo book publishers, camera producers and photo tour operators.
The Bazaar is open for public on 3-7 July from 10:00-21:00 daily. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or +62812-9462-9212 (Tina). Here’s the list of tenants:
The Jakarta-based award-winning independent publisher has gained international recognition for its well-designed and well-written books.
AFP, founded in 1835 in Paris, is a global news agency with 201 bureaus covering 151 countries across the world.
At JIPFest Bazaar, Blibli.com, a pioneer of online stores in Indonesia, presents various sellers of photography equipment, including cameras and accessories.
Caffeine Lab, which serves great selection of coffees, can be found at two locations in Jakarta: Grha Niaga Thamrin and AKR Tower.
CoHive, which offers modern and innovative coworking spaces and private offices, has presence in five locations around Indonesia.
Danone-AQUA has been providing the best quality of mineral water for millions of Indonesians since 1973.
DestinAsian & DestinAsian Indonesia
Both award-winning travel magazines—the first is in English and the latter in Bahasa Indonesia—invites readers on a journey through the world’s most exciting destinations.
Indonesia TripAdvisors Dotcom
A tour operator specializing in adventure, culture, indigenous people, special tribes and remote areas in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Africa.
Kemilau Indonesia provides bespoke travel services of photography expeditions to many part of the world.
Melati Bakehouse, an ethical bakery founded in 2016, carefully source their ingredients to produce up to 2,000 pieces of fresh and healthy bread daily.
Photobook Indonesia provides a unique experience in preserving meaningful memories through fully personalizable Photo Albums and Photo Products.
Produced in small batches to ensure taste, quality and freshness, each of Pokkonya popsicle and sorbet is entirely made with fresh fruits.
Named after the colors of Indonesian national flags (red and white), R&W Publishing promotes Indonesian arts and history to international audiences.
SLIRAKU believes that photography is not merely an expression of art that emphasizes aesthetic, but also represents the truth of expression for each photographer.
Soto Banjar Murdiah
Specialized in Indonesian cuisine with a touch of Banjarmasin character, SBM is famous for its Banjar soto ayam and lontong sayur cooked using family recipes.
Surya Palacejaya, one of the largest paper distributors in Indonesia, offers a variety of high quality papers and provides media for digital printing.
This holiday photography service captures moments for vacation goers, connecting them with more than 2,000 curated photographers across the globe.
Tjandra Moh Amin
The Indonesian respected senior photographer has published two photo books: The Colour of Sport (2014) and Tanpa Batas (2018).
Apart from analog film processing services, this “laboratory” has a mini library and regularly holds discussions on analog photography.
The Indonesian-based online bookstore sells a selection of photobooks from all over the world, some of which are self-published and not available at major online bookstores.