Established by Agung Rai as an exhibition hall, display and social focus, the great ARMA is the main place in Bali to see frequenting works by compelling German craftsman Walter Spies, close by numerous more artful culminations. The exhibition hall is housed in a few conventional structures set in gardens with water coursing through channels. The accumulation is all around marked in English.
Highlights incorporate works by nineteenth century Javanese craftsman Raden Saleh, including his mysterious Portrait of a Javanese Nobleman and his Wife, which originates before the comparative American Gothic by decades. Displays additionally incorporate traditional Kamasan artistic creations, Batuan-style work from the 1930s and '40s, and works by Lempad, Affandi, Sadali, Hofker, Bonnet and Le Mayeur.