Posthumous tribute to Balinese artist Sukari a highlight of Jogja Art Weeks

                                   Dialog, 2000 – Nyoman Sukari   Balinese Hindu ritual is a fascinating and potent fundamental of a distinct traditional culture that, through its philosophies seeks to embrace a universal sense of harmony between all people, the environment and the divine. It incorporates a belief system that places equal emphasis on both the physical and … Continue reading Posthumous tribute to Balinese artist Sukari a highlight of Jogja Art Weeks

Art activist’s discussion in Bali launches landmark entrepreneurial program for the disabled

Art Activists Budi Agung Kuswara and Hanna Madness during the launching of “Ayo Ketemu!” in Sanur 29th July   Art Has Saved My Life a discussion led by two art activists 29 June at Rumah Sanur Creative Hub in Bali was one of the insightful forums of Ayo Ketemu! (Let’s Meet!) a landmark enterprenurial creative … Continue reading Art activist’s discussion in Bali launches landmark entrepreneurial program for the disabled

Genevieve Couteau: the French female virtuoso that Bali art historians failed to cite

                                 Painting by Genevieve Couteau   Volumes have been written about the foreign artists who have visited, lived and worked on the island of Bali during the first half of the 20th century. Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet and Theo Meier are celebrated icons, while Hofker, Covarrubias and La Mayeur are all praised for their special … Continue reading Genevieve Couteau: the French female virtuoso that Bali art historians failed to cite