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YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE: http://www.nicepps.ro/prezentare-powerpoint-bali27-neka-art-museum1-19793.html http://www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda/bali27-neka-art-museum1-14570337 The Neka Art Museum was opened in 1982 and is named after a Balinese teacher Suteja Neka who collected paintings as a means of artistic documentation. Nowadays the museum has a great selection of works from many famous Balinese artists and expats who have lived here and influenced local artists.

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Neka Art Museum 1

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27 Bali

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The Neka Art Museum was opened in 1982 and is named after a Balinese teacher Suteja Neka who collected paintings as a means of artistic documentation. Nowadays the museum has a great selection of works from many famous Balinese artists and expats who have lived here and influenced local artists.

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The Neka Art Museum collection is displayed in several buildings patterned after Balinese architecture. The main structures are for the permanent display of the government registered collection. Another building is used for temporary exhibitions.

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Suteja Neka Founder and Director Neka Art Museum Ubud - Bali

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Balinese Traditional Doorway

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The Neka Art Museum has achieved high standards as a museum of international standing. By July of 1997 it covered an area of 9150 square meters, with 2580 square meters of floor space. The buildings are well maintained and the artworks are displayed and organized historically. The collection continues to grow over the years with over three - hundred pieces.

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I Pande Ketut Taman Diri Dalam Jari (The Self in each Finger) Tree Trunk Nymph

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Keris , the traditional Indonesian dagger. Whether created by human hands or of supernatural origin, keris are believed to be physical manifestations of invisible forces. Forged in fire but symbolic of water, a keris represents a powerful union of cosmic complementary forces. The Keris hall exhibite features dozen of antique and new keris collection for  celebrating the UNESCO recognition of the Indonesian keris (traditional dagger) as a great achievement of cultural heritage for world humanity in November 2005.

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The keris is an important family possession and considered to be an ancestral deity, as weapons often play critical roles in the rise and fall of families and fortunes in history. Heirloom keris have proper names which describe their power: Ki Sudamala is Venerable Exorcist and repels negative forces, Ki Baju Rante is Venerable Coat of Armor and spiritually protects one wearing it.

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In Bali, an heirloom keris and other such metal objects are presented offerings every 210 days on the day called Tumpek Landep, which means ‘sharp’. They are cleaned, displayed in temple shrines, and presented with incense, holy water, and red-colored food and flowers to honor Hindu god of fire Brahma. This is followed by prayers for a sharp mind to Sanghyang Pasupati, the deity who empowers sacred objects and defeats ignorance. Motorbikes and cars, modern metallic symbols of power and status, are also presented with offerings because they can bring fortune or mishap. Some Balinese jokingly call this day Tumpek Honda or Tumpek BMW, depending on what they can afford to own. With palm leaf ornaments flying up against windshields and rear-view mirrors, however, one wonders about the safety of this practice.

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A distinctive feature of many keris is their odd-numbers of curves, but they also have straight blades. Keris are like naga , which are associated with irrigation canals, rivers, springs, wells, spouts, waterfalls and rainbows. Some keris have a naga or serpent head carved near its base with the body and tail following the curves of the blade to the tip. A wavy keris is a naga in motion, aggressive and alive; a straight blade is one at rest, its power dormant but ready to come into action.

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The shadow puppet plays, known as wayang kulit are popular not only in Bali but throughout Indonesia. Far more than mere entertainment, the wayang kulit is an extremely important vehicle of culture, serving as carrier of myth, morality play, and form of religious experience rolled into one. The puppets are believed to have great spiritual power, and are "brought to life" by special ceremonies performed by the dalang, the puppet master and story teller. The dalang is a man of many talents: he must have a repertoire of hundreds of stories, play the music, have a flair for showmanship, perform the necessary sacred rituals, and also know how to make the intricate, flat, leather puppets.

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I Made Sumadiyasa Air Kehidupan (Water of Life)

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Horoscope Bali

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Gusti Nyoman Lempad Sita Membuktikan Sucinya (Sita proves her Purity)

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Bird of Paradise Flower

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Branches & Leaves

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Jeihan

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Dewa Nyoman Batuan Lingga Dan Yoni (Creation: Lingga & Yoni)

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Wood carving Bali

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