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Definitive study of Gusti Nyoman Lempad’s life and work to be launched at exhibition opening

Lempad of Bali: The Illuminating Line, with more than 500 Lempad drawings and essays by six scholars of Bali, is available now

Lempad of Bali: The Illuminating Line, is the first comprehensive and definitive examination of the life and work of internationally acclaimed Balinese artist Gusti Nyoman Lempad. Published by Museum Puri Lukisan in Ubud, Bali in collaboration with Editions Didier Millet of Singapore, the book launch will take place at the opening of the museum’s exhibition of Lempad’s drawings on 20 September. The exhibition will run through 18 December. MORE…

LEMPAD OF BALI – Another Look
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Saturday 20th September saw the launch of yet another major book on legendary Balinese artist I Gusti Nyoman Lempad, this time penned by six highly regarded experts on Balinese art and culture. Intrigued, we went along to the press conference at Puri Lukisan Museum in Ubud. MORE…

Lempad of Bali book orders

Lempad of Bali, the exhibition catalog with 500-plus Lempad drawings is available at the Museum gift shop and online HERE…

 
Exhibition of master drawings by I Gusti Nyoman Lempad extended to 18 December
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Pre-World-War-II work from U.S. and European collections accompanied by release of first catalogue raisonné of Lempad’s drawings.

Ubud, Bali, 21 September 2014 – “Illuminating Line: Master Drawings of I Gusti Nyoman Lempad” opened at the Museum Puri Lukisan in Ubud, Bali, on 20 September. The exhibition runs until 18 December 2014.

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Help Bring Lempad Back to Bali

Almost all of Gusti Nyoman Lempad's early drawings left Bali in the 1930s. Three generations of Balinese have never seen them. You can help bring them home.

We’re reaching out to friends of Balinese painting and the Puri Lukisan for help. Please visit our FundRazr campaign for the whole story. And please follow and share this effort with like-minded friends.

Your gift of $150 will:
• bring a village community of artists to the exhibition or
• provide a copy of Lempad of Bali: The Illuminating Line to the arts library of an Indonesian public university or museum.

We are deeply grateful to all who have given.