العنوان: Jl. Nelayan street, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung
Bali has a new space for contemporary art, the Russ Gallery, a place with a well-defined soul rooted in the local cultural and artistic ferment. Since the first exhibitions, the gallery has communicated its willingness to contribute to the regeneration of artists by providing support to young Balinese and Indonesian talents who do not have the space to present their works to art connoisseurs. The proposed aim is to offer emerging artists the opportunity to build their careers and to network with curators, collectors, art lovers, art critics and artists. The scheduled events combine different languages, from fashion to painting passing through the most contemporary installations. The works already exhibited broaden the view on the many pictorial styles of the island which, starting from tradition, arrive at a spiritual abstractionism and a pop in a local key, a development that certainly deserves a visit.
Pura Sada Kapal: the temple that changes for faith and for the ages
The vicissitudes linked to its destruction due to an earthquake and its reconstruction due to the faith of the inhabitants of the village in which it is located, make it a place with a fascinating and unique history and appearance.
From a traditional drink to a true national symbol, arak is so important in Bali that it is used not only on intimate and less official occasions such as moments of joy in the family and in conversations between friends, but also in religious ceremonies.
It is one of the sacred dances of the of Bali Island, with a mystical meaning. The ceremony is intended to ask for salvation from a catastrophe or epidemic. The Sanghyang Dedari is different from other Balinese dances, because Sanghyang requires the dancer's body to be possessed.