Larasati October 2019 auction report – Balinese art market analysis

The market for Balinese paintings, often labelled ‘traditional’, is a small niche sector in comparison to the broader Indonesian modern and contemporary art market. While Indonesian collectors dominate it there is an upward trend of foreign buyers entering the market that is currently showing signs of growth. In 2006 Larasati Auctioneers of Jakarta opened up … Continue reading Larasati October 2019 auction report – Balinese art market analysis

Investing in Balinese traditional art? Now is the right time.

                    National Struggle, 2016 – Pande I Made Dwi Artha   Within the sphere of Indonesian art, Balinese traditional art is a small niche market. It has recently, however, witnessed positive developments, and this progression, both in its appreciation and valuation, is leading to increasing national and international popularity. The rapid evolution of information technology … Continue reading Investing in Balinese traditional art? Now is the right time.

Previewing Larasati’s Traditional, Modern & Contemporary Art Auction, Bali, 8 October 2017

                               Lot 549: Subali & Sugriwa – Nyoman Meja   Art auctions are an exciting and accessible way to grow your collection. For the curious observer and new buyers auctions are fascinating processes that give insight into the art world that is often perceived to be opaque, mysterious, and even intimidating. Auctions allow opportunities for … Continue reading Previewing Larasati’s Traditional, Modern & Contemporary Art Auction, Bali, 8 October 2017

Urip – Awakening: Pande I Made Dwi Artha

                         Bad Dream – Pande I Made Dwi Artha   The goal of Yayasan TiTian Bali (YTB), a visionary foundation open January 2016, is to build a new eco system for Balinese art for the 21st Century. Situated at TiTian Art Space, Jalan Bisma, Ubud, it is a venue for developing and nurturing young artists … Continue reading Urip – Awakening: Pande I Made Dwi Artha