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Nias Sculpture | Available now at KOMANG ARY INDONESIAN ARTS GALLERY
Publish date : Tuesday, 22 April 2014 08:04:08
      The first book solely dedicated to the Art and Culture of Nias in 25 years, Nias Sculpture features a broad array of unpublished masterpieces from the collection of the Mandala Foundation. For Countless centuries, the isolated island of Nias, located far off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, developed a unique culture and stunning art little influenced by the outside world. Descendants of the Austronesians, the ancient peoples who explored and settled insular Southeast Asia beginning some 5000 years ago, their art has been acclaimed for more than a century, Nias has achieved legendary status in the pantheon of Indonesian tribal art. ISBN: 978-979-1008-72-3

Rp. 850.000,00 More...
 
 
Vitrine sur l’art de l’Indonésie avec Komang Ary
Publish date : Friday, 03 January 2014 09:22:32
      Alors que l’Indonésie est dotée d’un patrimoine extraordinaire, l’héritage culturel national demeure largement sous-coté. La plupart des marchands d’art indonésiens sont peu considérés outre-mer et ce type de business n’est pas toujours bien perçu à Bali, terre de traditions. La tâche n’était donc pas aisée pour Komang Ary, jeune balinais de 31 ans, lorsqu’il a ouvert sa propre galerie à Ubud il y a sept ans. Rencontre avec ce passionné d’art qui a aujourd’hui réussi à percer dans le métier.

C’est à l’âge de 24 ans que ce marchand d’art balinais ouvre les portes de sa galerie. Alors qu’à l’université, il jouait aux côtés des membres du groupe punk « Superman is dead », il se confronte désormais à la réalité des affaires. Il pointe du doigt le fait que l’art indonésien n’est pas apprécié à sa juste valeur dans son propre pays. En effet, les objets d’antiquité sont pour lui largement sous-évalués, alor More...
 
 
Early work by Affandi: Portraits of Tjokorda Gede Raka Soekawati and his wife Vincent Soekawati
Publish date : Sunday, 03 November 2013 06:41:55
      These two paintings (by Indonesian maestro Affandi/ early work by Affandi 1940's) have high historical significance to Indonesia, as they are portraits of Tjokorde Gede Raka soekawati (the President of the state of east indonesia from 1946 - 1950) and his wife Vincent Soekawati who was a French national and later became an Indonesian citizen

Affandi’s later style is known for its expressionist work using vibrant networks of lines to communicate his emotion. However, these two works, created in the 1940s, are part of his collection of realistic paintings from his early career before his style evolved into the more expressionistic works he is more widely known for. For this reason, coupled with their historical significance, these paintings by Affandi would be a rare addition to any important art collection.

At the time these paintings were completed Affandi was known to paint in a realist style. While in the painting of Tjokorda he closely adhered to More...
 
 
another project by komang ary indonesian arts gallery | 19th century
Publish date : Sunday, 15 September 2013 11:03:57
      19th century "ratu gede" shrine originally from singaraja reconstruct in one of the best suite luxury hotel in bali, made of sand stone. This piece was part of a family temple shrine, taken directly from the deep of singaraja regency bali and reconstructed piece by piece as order, it's an complicated work but magnificent end result, this magnificent piece applied in the hotel as it's function before, giving the true ancient balinese ritual atmosphere, live surrounded by truly museum piece. More...
 
 
Rencontreavec un tres jeune galeriste | La gazette de bali no 99 aout 2013
Publish date : Wednesday, 14 August 2013 08:23:20
      Si vous vous promenez du cote de Lodtunduh , au sud d'Ubud, n'hesitez pas a rendre visite a un des plus jeunes galeristes de Bali, Komang Ary. Ce jeune licencie en droit a monte sa galerie il y a deja 7 ans, a'age de 25 ans.ll presente une tres belle collection en provenance de tout l'Archipel et est intarissable sur les pieces qu'il expose. Rien de vraiment comparable a de l'artisanat mains bien plutot des pieces qui trouveraient leur place dans un musee. Sa faconde l'a meme conduit a intervenir parfois au rotary pour parler del'art indonesien Komang Ary Indonesian Arts, Jl AA Gd Rai| Lodtunduh Village|Ubud (a cote du bale banjar d'Abian Semal, Tel (0361 981619 | 081805631796| Sur rendez-vous|www.komangary.com More...
 
 
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