The wealth of Indonesia’s natural environment has allowed the arts to flourish here like few other places on earth. Expressions of gratitude for this abundance have taken fantastically varied forms throughout the archipelago and throughout the ages.
A collaborative performance entitled ‘Shaded Shadow’, was presented by students from the Performing Arts and Dance Departement of the Indonesia Institute of Fine Arts (ISI) on Friday (Apr 22), at the Denpasar Art Center on Friday, as part of a series of performances entitled Bali Mandara Nwanatya.
Dead elephants leave their tusks, dead tigers leave their stripes. This saying seem especially fitting with regards to Arie Smit, a foreign painter who had been an Indonesian citizen since 1950. This Dutch artists who lived in Ubud passed away on Wednesday March 23rd, 2016 but his name remains in the heart of the people, especially those who love art.
Rio Saren, an artist from Saren hamlet, Sibangkaja, Abiansemal, Badung, holds a solo exhibition at Griya Santrian Gallery, Sanur. In the exhibition, Rio showcases approximately 30 works accentuating symbolic values that narrate about the matters of life. His works are dominated by the works in circular format. Visual of his work flows and keeps a distance with narrative impression, full of deformation and tends to be ornamental.
Tapa Kawi Villas, located in Jalan Ir Soekarno, a Spiritual Sanctuary Escape is perched on a valley cliff near ancient relief Gunung Kawi Temple, Banjar , Desa Sading, Tampaksiring is about 12 kilometer away from Ubud center, an exotic destination for heritage, spiritual healing and culture holiday experience.
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