(AGI) - Jakarta, July 11 - Andrea Ponsi, a Tuscan architect, designer and painter, is about to be on show in Jakarta, Indonesia. The Italian Cultural Institute in Jakarta will host "Florence - A Map of Perceptions", an exhibition of watercolors by the Tuscan artist. Essential and yet deeply evocative, his watercolours portray landscapes and architectural structures of Florence with a view to guide visitors on an ideal journey through the Medici capital city, where lights and views are constantly changing, revealing breathtaking symmetries and asymmetries. On the occasion of the opening, Mr Ponsi will engage in a conversation with Indonesian architect Budi Pradono. This dialogue will disclose the meaning of 'art' and 'architecture' for the Italian artist and the influence that Florence has had in shaping his very personal artistic language. Special attention will be paid to "Florence: a Map of Perceptions," a book which is a collection of sketches, watercolors and handwritten notes, and that reveals the way Mr Ponsi sees Florence. The exhibition is organised by the Italian Embassy in Jakarta with the support of Budi Pradono Architects. (AGI) . .