Archive for February 7th, 2011
Embassy or Permanent Mission of Indonesia in cooperation with the Vienna Museum of Ethnology Vienna “Museum fur Volkerkunde” held exhibition of cultural objects that were written in the book “Balinese Art in Transition” which is a testament of the discovery of a collection of art objects and artifacts contained in the Balinese culture Austria.
The book “Balinese Art in Transition” which was launched recently in Austria, said Djati Ismojo the Counsellor of Social Culture.
He said the exhibition which lasted until 2 May that aims to provide opportunities to the international community, Austria and the book the reader can immediately see the great work of a painter in Bali, I Gusti Nyoman Lempad which provides plenty of inspiration for Western artists of his time.
Besides that also showcased the work of Walter Lamak Spies who has lived in Ubud, Bali, and provide plenty of inspiration to the young Balinese painters who are members of the association.
Bali Night Culture Exhibition escorts the opening of great exhibition. The exhibition opening was attended by approximately 500 invitations from the diplomatic community, community art lovers, the people of Indonesia and the Friends of Indonesia.
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