Neka art museum Bali

IF A MUSEUM is only a collection of art or its buildings, then it has no purpose. A museum is successful only if it provides a sense of history, development, and continuity. While individual pieces can be fascinating by the themselves, when properly presented they all fit together like the parts of a puzzle and form a complete picture.

The Neka Art Museum, previously known as the Neka Museum, is unique because its collection of foreign artworks by Balinese, other Indonesian, and foreign artists all were inspired by the natural beauty, life, and culture of Bali. The high quality of the Neka Art Museum’s collection serves as a source of inspiration, information, research, and education for many people in Indonesia and from abroad. In this way, future generations of artists, especially in Bali, can benefit from it and develop their place in the national and global communities, while visitors gain a better understanding and appreciation of Balinese art and culture. The Neka Art Museum now is recognized as an institute of international standing.

Finally, we hope that The Neka Art Museum will lead artists and art lovers alike to learn more about the richness of Balinese art and culture, a source that as inspired many and will continue to provide artistic inspiration for generations to come.

 

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Overlooking a beautiful garden setting the Neka museum is the best place on the Island of Bali to enjoy high quality artworks by both Indonesian and foreign artists.  You get to meander through traditional buildings laid out like a family compound, each one filled with various artworks from traditional to contemporary, to photography and more.

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Beautiful compound at Neka

The photography opportunities are endless, and there are lots of benches to sit and admire, plus each artwork is accompanied by information plaque to go with it.  Total time will be around 2 hours give or take.   There is a lot to admire.  I was the only visitor as it is not really a popular location

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Want to go?

Neka Art Museum
Raya Campuhan St.
Kedewatan Village, Ubud Gianyar 80571
Phone: +62 – 361- 975074 Fax: +62 – 361 – 97563

Cost 75,000 IDR

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