Museum Rudana : The Art Museum of Bali - Indonesia

February 7th, 2007


Rudana Museum and Rudana Fine Art Gallery is set in a peaceful and tranquil atmosphere, surrounded by rice paddies. It features an outstanding collection of Balinese art in classical, traditional, and naive style and also Indonesian contemporary paintings.

The Rudana Museum, opened on Dec 26, 1995, is a splendid accomplishment of the Nyoman Rudana and Ni Wayan Olastini , who have exhibited tremendous dedication in their 21 years of work promoting Indonesian, especially Balinese, arts and artists. The Rudana Museum was officially inaugurated on 26th December 1995 by His Excellency The president of the Republic of Indonesia in conjunction with the commemoration of the 50th Golden Independence Anniversary celebration of the Republic Indonesia as a token of dedication and love to state, nation and the art.

The Rudana Gallery was born 25 years ago in Sanur, and was moved to its present location in Peliatan in 1978. Its major purpose has always been to support living artists throughout Indonesia and particularly those of Bali. It continues to exhibit and promote contemporary paintings in Indonesia, classic, traditional, and modern. The Gallery’s collection includes the works of I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, Affandi, Supono, Antonio Blanco, and more.

GENTA FINE ART GALLERY
The moving spirit of Genta Fine Art Gallery inspiration comes to us, travelling out in waves, like the sound of a bell ringing. Fine painting sparks a feeling of understanding between people. The beauty of this understanding moves us to experience as well as create harmony in our worlds. At Genta Fine Art Gallery, you are invited to be witness to a new emergence of inspiration & artistic activity. Genta Fine Art Gallery is “The Place for the Art Lovers”.

Rudana Art Gallery Of the various art forms popular in Bali, painting is probably the one most influenced by western ideas and demand. Balinese art and paintings have been classified into several groups or styles and there are some Balinese artists whose work does not fit any any of the main categories.

Source : www.indo.com

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