Art Exhibit: Candra Sangkala

26 Oct 2017 18:00 - 19:00
/ Free
Neka Museum. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

The 22 works by Bali-based painter and art lecturer Kun Adnyana explore the significance of time and how it defines human existence, history, and understanding. In the ancient Balinese Hindu tradition, Candra Sangkala are chronograms which reveal the time a candi (temple) was constructed or a manuscript was written.

Neka Museum is open daily from 9:00am-5:00pm. This exhibit runs from 26 October – 22 November, with the launch held on 26 October at 6:00pm. 

22 karya pelukis dan dosen seni Bali Kun Adnyana mengeksplorasi pentingnya waktu dan bagaimana ia mendefinisikan eksistensi, sejarah, dan pengertian manusia. Dalam tradisi Hindu Bali kuno, Candra Sangkala adalah kronograf yang mengungkap waktu candi dibangun atau naskah ditulis.

Neka Museum buka setiap hari mulai pukul 09:00 – 05:00. Pameran ini berlangsung dari 26 Oktober – 22 November, dengan diluncurkan pada tanggal 26 Oktober pukul 18:00.


Kun Adnyana

Dr Wayan Kun Adnyana has been teaching at the Indonesian Institute of Arts Denpasar (ISI)’s Faculty of Fine Art and Design since 2003. He has contributed articles on a variety …

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