Balinese art patronage – now & then

                                          Balinese Kamasan Painiting   Balinese painting has a rich and unique history dating back over 400 years. Originally the work of artisans from the East Javanese Majapahit Empire (13-16th Century), this special narrative style of painting expanded into Bali in 1343 when the Majapahit conquered Bali, introducing the Hindu culture, and institutions. The collapse … Continue reading Balinese art patronage – now & then

Buying Balinese art at auction?

Wayan Radjin – “Ramayana Membebaskan Dewi Sita” Image courtesy of Larasati   Are you interested in Balinese art? Ever thought of buying at auction? Whether driven by your love of art, curiosity, or an eye for investment – buying at auction can be an interesting and exciting way to grow your collection. To the novice … Continue reading Buying Balinese art at auction?

ArtJog 2018 attracts important international collectors

                             “Night with Frank L. Wright” – Patricia Untario   ArtJog, Yogyakarta’s unique and vibrant art fair is celebrating its eleventh instalment. Themed Enlightenment – Towards Various Future, open 4 May – 4 June at the Jogja National Museum, this year it presented more than 100 artworks by 54 national and foreign artists. Since its … Continue reading ArtJog 2018 attracts important international collectors