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ICON Asian Arts

Susi Johnston and Bruno Piazza, both Bali-based expatriates with a love for Indonesian textiles and artifacts, tap into their extensive networks for their 200-square-meter gallery in Seminyak, ICON Asian Arts.
ADDRESS
No. 17 Jalan Oberoi, Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

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Susi Johnston and Bruno Piazza, both Bali-based expatriates with a love for Indonesian textiles and artifacts, tap into their extensive networks for their 200-square-meter gallery in Seminyak, ICON Asian Arts. While their first gallery Macan Tidur is “a treasure trove” chockablock with discoveries from their trips into the field, their second venture presents spectacular rarities such as royal gold torque from Flores in a museum-like setting. Also on offer are tribal artworks, jewelry, and of course, textiles, including 17th- and 18th-century pieces that fetch prices as high as US$15,000. Don’t be deterred by the high price tags—regular exhibitions offer mere admirers an excuse to drop by and experience first-hand the allure of Indonesia’s folk arts.

Address:
No. 17 Jalan Oberoi,
Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia

Telephone:
+62 361 733 875

Website:
iconasianarts.com

 

Published on Oct 29, 2010

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