Held at NEKA Art Museum, this exhibition was born after thorough research on Chinese culture in Singaraja that has given contributions to Balinese culture and vice versa. Called “Qilin”, the exhibition is named after Chinese cultural artifacts which are not only highly-valued, but also unique and interesting. Furthermore, this name is expected to be able to represent the overall concept and the embodiment of Chinese culture in Singaraja which is shown through this exhibition. | NEKA Art Museum, Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud
Qilin | Now – November 22 | NEKA Art Museum
- November 2, 2016
- Art, Exhibitions
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