Not content in simply promoting the singular work of their artists, Yeo Workshop aims to further engage and educate the art-loving crowd—especially the ones in their homebase, Singapore—through their residency program and course-based art club, the Arnoldii Arts Club, focusing on art history, art production, and art markets. For this year’s Bazaar Art Jakarta, the Audrey Yeo-owned gallery will be represented by Polish artist, Marcin Dudek, and Indonesian painter, Maryanto. The former is mostly known for his sculptures and installations depicting the complexities of space—and the way we interact with it—that are inspired by his childhood experience living in the tedious interiors of the household he stayed in. Dudek is a graduate of Central Saint Martin, London, and his art have been showcased, among others, in Moscow Museum of Modern Art and Kunstlerhaus Karlsburg. Meanwhile the Institute of the Art, Yogyakarta graduate, Maryanto combines historical research and myth for his role as a storyteller through his mostly black and white installations comprised of paintings, etchings, and charcoal drawings, invoking the ties between natural resources and how it affects a country and politics. He recently participated in Jakarta Biennale and Art Basel Hong Kong 2016, he will also hold another solo show at Yeo Workshop in November.