ARMA Museum of Art | Bali - Ubud - Agung Rai Museum of Art
The museum was officially opened on June 9, 1996 by then Indonesian Minister of Education Wardiman Djojonegero. ARMA is managed by the Foundation of the same name, which was established on May 13, 1996.
A permanent exhibition containing paintings by local and foreign artists living in Bali. Some photos are owned by the ARMA Foundation, while others have been borrowed by the Agung Rai family. In addition to art exhibitions, theater and dance performances are held at ARMA and training courses and workshops are also offered.
Art collections range from traditional works such as Kamasan style paintings to bark or Stone works from the 30s and 40s to contemporary art. This is the only museum in Bali that displays paintings by Walter Spies, a German artist who lived and worked in Bali in the 1930s, and Raden Saleh, who is considered the founder of modern Indonesian paintings. Also exhibited are works of Balinese masters such as
The two main buildings are 3300 m² Balé Daja and 1200 m² Balé Dauh. They are surrounded by a large garden with ponds and fountains. Also at the base of the museum is the Hotel Arma Resort and two restaurants.
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