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Made Wianta at Ganesha

Calligraphic Works by Wianta at Ganesha, November 20 - January 5.


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(11/9/2001)

Ganesha Gallery at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay presents the works of internationally renowned Balinese artists Made Wianta in an exhibition called the "Soul of Calligraphy." This exhibition features Wianta's latest works from his calligraphic period.

Wianta is a distinguished multidimensional artist with extensive international recognition not only as a painter, but also as a committed Balinese artist who has developed themes on social and humanitarian issues through his installation art, poetry and musical presentations. For example, a work staged by Wianta to mark the start of the new millennium involved over 2,000 performers and a huge banner of white cloth bearing the word peace written in all the world's languages carried across the island by helicopter.

Wianta's current exhibition at the Ganesha Gallery may be somewhat less dramatic, but no less memorable. See Wianta's "Soul of Calligraphy," November 20, 2001 through January 5, 2002.

For more information contact Ms. Maya Sujatmiko, at the Ganesha Gallery, Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran.


More information: E-mail the Ganesha Gallery

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