Ambang Embang

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Now- December 5th | Agung Rai Museum of Art

Agung Rai Museum of Art is once again giving a spot to local artists to exhibit their artworks. The exhibition titled “Ambang Embang” has the meaning of an area that is always empty, but is always proceeding, and always moving forward. In this place, art is one of the cultural artifacts in which the subjects are more tangible and begin to distance themselves from cultural border. They are intentionally liberated from any traditional values and social constraints. Here, the artists are given a freedom from any prejudice to pour anything onto their canvases. See the works of seven artists including I Gusti Ngurah Putu Buda, I Made Galung Wiratmaja, I Kadek Agus Ardika, I Komang Trisno Adi Wirawan, and many others displayed on the wall of Agung Rai Museum of Art.
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