Bali 50 Colorful Art

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Bali abounds in enigmas. It is frequently remarked that, for a culture so abundantly blessed with creativity, it is extraordinary that the Balinese language contains no word for 'Art'. This curious oversight may reflect the universality of artistic endeavor in Balinese society. That which in the West is taken as an expression of personal creative genius, in Bali is subjugated for the common good as part of a community's united efforts to entertain and gratify the gods

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    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1892012-bali50/
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    3. 3. Balinese art is art of Hindu- Javanese origin that grew from the work of artisans of the Majapahit Kingdom, with their expansion to Bali in the late 13th century. From the sixteenth until the twentieth centuries, the village of Kamasan, Klungkung (East Bali), was the centre of classical Balinese art. During the first part of the twentieth century, new varieties of Balinese art developed. Since the late twentieth century, Ubud and its neighboring villages established a reputation as the center of Balinese art. Ubud and Batuan are known for their paintings, Mas for their woodcarvings, Celuk for gold and silver smiths, and Batubulan for their stone carvings.
    4. 4. The Ubud AGUNG RAI MUSEUM OF ART (ARMA) was officially opened by the Indonesian Minister for Education and Culture, 1996. The Museum is nestled on the side of a gently sloping narrow valley, overlooking Tukad Saka.
    5. 5. ARMA is more than a museum. It is a centre for visual and performing arts in the community, it provides an ample opportunities for visitors to enjoy the permanent collection of paintings, special temporary exhibitions, theatre performances, dance, music, and painting classes, bookshop, library and reading room, cultural workshops, seminars and training programs.
    6. 6. Constructed of a series of building with traditional Balinese style, the museum is used local materials.
    7. 7. A Balinese dancer, by I Nyoman Meja
    8. 8. The two main buildings, Bale Daja and Bale Dauh settled admirably in the landscaped gardens, ponds and fountains and grand view of rice paddyfield as the backdrop
    9. 9. The Ubud Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)
    10. 10. HaronBird-IWayanPendet TraditionalMarket-IWayanPendet
    11. 11. DewiUma(1972)IdaBagusMade IKetutDjodjol(PenariArjaBerhias)
    12. 12. The two main buildings, Bale Daja and Bale Dauh settled admirably in the landscaped gardens, ponds and fountains and grand view of rice paddyfield as the backdrop
    13. 13. The two main buildings, Bale Daja and Bale Dauh settled admirably in the landscaped gardens, ponds and fountains and grand view of rice paddyfield as the backdrop
    14. 14. Rumah-Bali-IKetutTagen KelikiSchoolPaintingbyILunga
    15. 15. BeautifulgildedcarvingsonatraditionalBalineseinstrument Saraswati MadeSuarsa
    16. 16. Arie Smit (1916 ) Shrines in the Temple Johan Rudolf Bonnet (1895 - 1978 ) Pemuda Bali, 1947
    17. 17. Ida Bagus Made Sabungan Ayam Ida Bagus Made Poleng (1915–1999)
    18. 18. Balinese Market- Dewa Nyoman Jati
    19. 19. ArjaDance-WayanKasta
    20. 20. Bali abounds in enigmas. It is frequently remarked that, for a culture so abundantly blessed with creativity, it is extraordinary that the Balinese language contains no word for 'Art'. This curious oversight may reflect the universality of artistic endeavor in Balinese society. That which in the West is taken as an expression of personal creative genius, in Bali is subjugated for the common good as part of a community's united efforts to entertain and gratify the gods
    21. 21. Irsam(1942-2006)WanitadanDuaBurung Saraswati
    22. 22. Golden of Rice (1982) I Nyoman Tusan Song of Ubud Exhibition
    23. 23. Songs of Ubud Exhibition
    24. 24. Calonarang (2002) Wayan Lanus
    25. 25. Dua Gadis (1990) Bramasto
    26. 26. Energy of Budha (1989) Fetter Ditmar The Ubud Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA)
    27. 27. Anak Agung Gde Sobrat, (1911-1992), Baris Dancer, c. 1980 Willem Gerard Hofker (1902-1981), 'Ni-Tjawan' Willem Gerard Hofker (1902-1981), Goesti Made Toewi, 1943
    28. 28. INyomanMeja,bornTaman,Ubud1952.ArjaDance,1989 Stonecarving-ARMAMuseum,Ubud
    29. 29. TariPrembon-AnakAgungGedeSobrat(1911-1992) HeritageFineArtAuction TheUbudAgungRaiMuseumofArt(ARMA)
    30. 30. Arie Smit 1916 Indonesia flowers TheUbudAgungRaiMuseumofArt(ARMA)
    31. 31. Mask Dancer, A.A. Gde Anom Sukawati (b. 1966) Puri Lukisan Museum Ubud Nyoman Meja Sita and Hanoman 1992 The snake tree I Wayan Pugur
    32. 32. Details Puri Lukisan Museum Ubud
    33. 33. Paul Husner (Born in 1942 in Basel, Switzerland) on Bali
    34. 34. TheoMeier(1908-1982) KanKeowithaBalineseOffering TheoMeier(1908-1982) TwoYoungBalinese
    35. 35. TheoMeier(1908-1982) TwoMonks JosephRenéGockinga(1893-1962) Balinesedansers
    36. 36. The Wheel of Life, I Ketut Murtika Puri Lukisan Museum Basoeki Abdullah (born 1915)
    37. 37. Narto
    38. 38. Narto
    39. 39. TrunaJayaDancerNarto BasoekiAbdullah(1915-1993)portraitofaDancer
    40. 40. Balinesemancarryinghisfightingcock Narto Source of life
    41. 41. LeeManFong(1913-1988) APairofChicken LeeManFong(1913-1988) ABalineseWomen
    42. 42. Art market in a side street
    43. 43. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda Sound: Jalan-Jalan – Jalan Jalan

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