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360 Degrees of Yaari

American Artists Explores Color and Imagery at Agung Rai Museum June 10 – June 24, 2008.

(4/26/2008) Agung Rai Museum of Art (ARMA) presents "360 Degree of Yaari" an exhibition featuring more than sixty works by an American artist who has been living in Bali for the past five years. The exhibition features evocative abstract compositions and figurative works of the internationally acclaimed Yaari Rom.

"360 Degree of Yaari" will be on show at the Agung Rai Museum from June 10, 2008 to June 24, 2008.

Yaari's artwork employs a "psychedelic" language and imagery influenced by femininity and children. The energy inhabiting Balinese nature and local culture also largely influences work. "Energy is one of the main aspects of creativity and the journey is the process," explains the artist.

About Yaari Rom

Born in Los Angeles in 1956, Yaari Rom grew up in Israel, Spain, France, U.K. and the U.S. surrounded by an artistic family. He held his first exhibition at the tender age of only seven.

Yaari is a multimedia artist whose art practice includes photography, cinematography, theater, fashion, textile and interior design. A humanitarian, he supports art and children’s education through several local organizations.

His works have been exhibited in Spain, France, Israel, U.S.A., Mexico, Costa Rica, Japan, Singapore, Australia and now in Indonesia. Articles about his works have appeared in numerous publications, including The Los Angeles Times and People Magazine.

360 Degrees of Yaari

June 10 – 24 2008 Open Daily 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Agung Rai Museum of Art – Peliatan, Ubud, Gianyar









Agung Rai Museum

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