Gaya Art Space is organizing Art Exhibition "Space On Space" by Made Wianta, and curated by Kun Adnyana. Period : 20 December 2009 - 20 January 2010 Opening : Sunday 20 December 2009, 07.00 PM Daily Opening : 09 Am to 10 Pm


Aug 25
Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949)
By Robert Hamer

A distant poor relative of the Duke of D'Ascoyne plots to inherit the title by murdering the eight other heirs
who stand ahead of him in the line of succession to be the next Duke of the family.

Sept 8
The Machinist (El Maquinista) (2004)
By Brad Anderson

The story of a lathe-operator who is dying of insomnia.
In a machine shop, occupational hazards are bad enough under normal circumstances;
yet for him the risks are compounded by fatigue.

Sept 15
Umberto D. (1952)
By Vittorio De Sica

Umberto Domenico Ferrari, who desperately trying to maintain a decent standard of living.
But he's up against his tyrannical landlady.
His only friends are the pregnant housemaid and his little dog Flick.

Sept 22
Black Book (ZwartBoek) (2006)
By Paul Verhoeven

A Dutch Jewish girl who narrowly survives the war in Holland.
She joins the resistance to find out who betrayed her family
after all of them were killed in an attempt to reach the liberated south.


A solo exhibition by Rodney Glick

September 5th – September 30th, 2009

With these latest sculptures from his ongoing Everyone series, Rodney Glick – an Australian artist – presents us with a strange and intriguing cultural mix. The works are loosely based on Indian Hindu paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries. Glick has staged certain scenarios depicted in these paintings using Australian models, and these scenarios have then been photographed and digitally altered. The resulting manipulated images are exhibited as framed digital prints in their own right. These composite images also serve as source material for the Balinese woodcarvers and painters, who have created these sculptures, with Glick providing direction and making the artistic decisions.

Through this work we feel we are in the presence of something significant. Non-Hindus are surprised to discover that Hindu gods and goddesses, while being divine, also manifest the fears, doubts and other psychological states that constitute our own characters. Though there is a strangeness about these works and an element of humour that comes from the surprising juxtaposition of ancient Hindu subject matter with contemporary models there is certainly no intention to mock or make fun of an ancient belief system. Rather, something universal is implied.

These sculptures, and the other works from the Everyone series, seduce us through the fineness of their form and the skill of their making; they intrigue us because of the mix of ancient and modern, religious and secular, Eastern and Western; and finally invite us to confront deep and basic states of mind that we all experience but that we might prefer to leave concealed. And we might find some comfort in knowing that the states of mind we share with the rest of humanity we also share with the gods.

This is an ongoing project engaging individuals, cultures and beliefs from around the world.

Gaya Fusion celebrates its 9th Anniversary!

Due to the anniversary on August 17th, 2009, Gaya Fusion will be closed whole day and will be opened on August 18th, 2009.


Aug, 18
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
By John Huston

While Sam Spade is investigating the murder of his partner,
he finds himself surrounded by a host of strange characters all after one thing -
a statue of a falcon reputed to contain priceless jewels.

Aug, 25
The Piano (1993)
By Jane Campion

A mute woman along with her young daughter, and her prized piano,
are sent to 1850s New Zealand for an arranged marriage to a wealthy landowner,
and she's soon lusted after by a local worker.


Free Art program for children of all ages

every Sunday from 11AM to 1 PM

This week's teacher: Eva Schumy

Children paint downstairs parents eat upstairs!

*children under 4 need a babysitter or participating parent


A solo exhibition by Peter Dittmar

July 31 - August 30, 2009

The great pioneers of abstraction of the early 20th century were enthralled by philosophical and mystical concerns. Abstraction was the visual formulation of a spiritual quest, and it is in this same vein that Peter Dittmar’s believes in; he evokes Hindu-Buddhist cosmological symbols.

Dittmar’s latest artworks arrive at a different phase of the quest. The simplicity Peter Dittmar achieves here is more complex than it appears. It is an achieved form of learning and meditation.

His current abstract geometric paintings symbolize the encounter of the beholder with the absolute stillness of the Void. Peter Dittmar says he following the “Golden Section”, also known as “Divine Proportions”, combined with a sophisticated play of tonal coloration that takes us ever deeper into the ultimate Stillness/Void.

Peter Dittmar, a respected artist in his country of origin, Germany, and in Australia as well as in Bali, where he spends half of his time since 1982, shows us that abstraction is indeed alive and well. Nourished by the sources of both Eastern cosmic philosophy and Western knowledge, he enables one to forget both form and colour as we behold, giving us the chance blending ourselves into the Void and Stillness of the cosmic OM.


Free Art program for children of all ages

every Sunday from 11AM to 1 PM

This week's teacher: I Wayan Januariawan 'Donald"

Children paint downstairs parents eat upstairs!

*children under 4 need a babysitter or participating parent


July 21
His Girl Friday (1940)
By Howard Hawks

Hildy Johnson has divorced Walter Burns and visits his office to tell him that she is engaged to another man
and that they are going to get married the day after.
Walter Burns can’t let that happen and frames the other man, Bruce Baldwin.

July 28
Walking Life (2001)
By Richard Linklater

Waking Life follows the dream(s) of one man and his attempt to find
and discern the absolute difference between waking life and the dream world.
While trying to figure out a way to wake up, he runs into many people on his way.

August 4
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
By John Ford

Senator Ranse Stoddard returns to the city of Shinbone in the Wild West,
to go to the funeral of his friend, Tom Doniphon.
To a journalist, who’s wondering what the senator is doing in Shinbone.

August 11
Amelie (2001)
By Jean-Pierre Jeunet

Amelie is a story about a girl named Amelie
whose childhood was suppressed by her Father’s mistaken concerns of a heart defect.
With these concerns Amelie gets hardly any real life contact with other people.


June 23
Lonely Are The Brave (1962)
By David Miller

Jacks Burns (Kirk Douglas) is a cowboy who is ill at ease
with the modern world of the early Sixties.
He rolls his own smokes and cuts through fences when they are in his path.
He carriers no ID, not even the requisite draft card.

June 30
The Shaw Shank Redemption (1994)
By Frank Darabont

Andy Dufresne is a young and successful banker whose life changes drastically
when he is convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment
for the murder of his wife and her lover.
Set in the 1940's

July 7
Key Largo (1948)
By John Huston

Frank McCloud travels to a run down hotel on Key Largo to honor the memory of a friend
who died bravely in his unit during World War II.
His friend's widow, Nora Temple, and wheelchair bound father,
James Temple manage the hotel and receive him warmly.

July 14
Hable Con Ella aka Talk To Her (2002)
By Pedro Almovad

Marco, a journalist grieving for a love affair that ended ten year's ago,
falls in love with Lydia, a bullfighter also on the rebound.
Benigno, a nurse, dedicates his life to his only patient.


GAYA Art Space curated a collective show of Gaya's Collection
from June 12, 2009.

More than ten artworks of Gaya Artists; Made Wianta, Made Mangku Mahendra,
Peter Dittmar, Filippo Sciascia, Hillary Kane,
and Kun Adnyana are exhibited on Gaya's wall.

The Collective Show will go on until June 29, 2009
when we get ready for the next show of emerging Balinese Artists,
Dewa Gde Agung, Putu Edy Asmara,
Rio Saren and Wayan Januariawan "Donald" in a visual art exhibition "Siklus".


May 26
Regle Du Jeu, La (1939)
By Jean Renoir

Aviator Andre Jurieux has just completed a record-setting fight,
but when he is greeted by an admiring crowd, all he can say to them
is how miserable he is that the woman he loves
did not come to meet him.

June 2
The Door In The Floor (2004)
By Tod Williams

Alternately tragic and comic, an exploration of the complexities of love
in both its brightest and darkest corners.
Adapted from John Irving's best-selling novel A Widow for One Year.

June 9
Meet John Doe (1941)
By Frank Capra

As a parting shoot, fired reporter Ann Mitchell prints a fake letter from unemployed
John Doe,"who threatens suicide in protest of social ills.
The paper is forced to rehire Ann and John Willoughby to impersonate "Doe".

June 16
No End in Sight (2009)
By Charles Ferguson

Chronological look at the fiasco in Iraq, especially decisions made in the spring
of 2003 and the backgrounds of those making father in law's car
dealership and has gotten himself in financial problems.


A Solo Exhibition by Hillary Kane at Gaya Art Space

May 09th-June 09th, 2009

Begins her work with an initial sketch?maybe from observation, from a photograph, something working out proportions or variations on one simple theme.

She tends to fall back upon drawing as the foundation of her brainstorming?the architecture of a piece, even if it is entirely obliterated or abandoned later on. One time a friend asked her of her pottery: ?do you draw what you make, or make what you draw?? Interestingly, she would say the latter to be more true, although it really begins to circle round and round, and sometimes the beginning has very little to do with the end.

The simultaneous choreography of creation and destruction: a fa?ade of paint or clay cracking, warping, revealing the tender underlayer; a Fa?ade as such: posing as something stalwart and solid, then crumbling under a pressure from within?or a Graffiti from without and the rather ironic beauty in this deterioration?this dissimulation of typically appreciable ?art? work. The Sanctum is at once her own quiet, sacred space of inner monologue and reflection on identity?who she is, where she comes from, how she define herself, how she is perceived, defined, confined by the world, where her place is, nomad of no place, self-asylum, ever-moving? and then, sanctum as the sacred spaces of this world, places of calm and peacefulness shifting with the ever=growing fervent tides of political exasperation, tension, imminent disaster? Her commentary on all that is visual, abstract, not specific, readable, breathable, transmutable, full of possibility and nothing concrete.

?Please Remove Shoes before Entering??an interactive installation designed to incite the participation of audience by way of physical trace: the literal footprint we leave on others? lives. Additionally, the illustration of the sumptuous sensuality of clay, oozing between toes, the random pathways of process, and the role of time (as the clay goes from soft and malleable, to hard, cracking, dry, and then fired as a physical remnant, marker of a moment), and finally, an totem of observation: when what isn?t suppose to happen happens.


Saturday, April 25th from 1 Pm until late

The celebration of the Earth Day in Ubud this year
will located in Desa Kumbuh of Mas Village

The event is dedicated to a playground project for children

Come and join us to the Earth Day for fun and help them
to realize the project.


GAYA Art Space curated a collective show of Gaya's Collection
from April 20th, 2009.

More than ten artworks of Gaya Artists; Made Wianta
Peter Dittmar, Filippo Sciascia, Roberto Coda Zabetta,
Made Sumadiyasa, Tisna Sanjaya, Kun Adnyana, and Sujana Suklu
are exhibited on Gaya's wall.

The Collective Show will go on until May 05th, 2009
when we get ready for the next show of an American artist,
Hillary E. Kane.


April 28
Beat The Devil (1953)
By John Huston

A quartet of international crooks --Peterson, O'Hara, Ross and Ravello--
is stranded in Italy while their streamer is being repaired.
With them are the Dannreuthers.
The six ere headed for Africa.

May 05
Irreversible (2002)
By Gaspar Noe

Events over the course of one traumatic night in Paris unfold in reverse
chronological order as the beautiful Alex is brutally raped and beaten
by a stranger in the underpass.

May 12
The Night Of The Hunter (1955)
By Charles Laughton

Harry Powell (Robert Mitchum) marries and murders window for their money,
believing he is helping God do away with women who arouse men's carnal instincts.

May 19
Michael Clayton (2007)
By Tony Gilroyl

Michael Clayton, a high-priced-law-firm's fixer, leaves a late-night poker game,
gets a call to drive to Westchester, and watches his car blow up as he's
taking an impromptu dawn walk through a field.


Can't believe it's Nyepi again coming. A Balinese New Year
which is coming in Sasih Kesanga according to the Balinese Calendar
is a day of self introspection. A day when the Balinese are not
allowed in four things called Catur Berata Penyepian; Amati Gni:
not allowed to switch on a light, Amati Karya: not allowed to work, Amati Lelungan:
going no where, and Amati Lelangunan: no intertainment.

A good chance for taking a rest as well as spending more time with family.



April 7
Into The Wild (2007)
By Sean Penn

Based on a true story. After graduating from Emory University in 1992,
top student and athlete Christopher Mc Candles abandoned his possesions,
gave his entire $24,000 savings account to charity and hitchhiked to Alaska to live in the wilderness.

April 14
The 400 Blows (1959)
By Francois Truffaut

Calling The 400 Blows a "coming of age story" seems somehow inadequate.
The label, while accurate, does not indicate either the uniqueness or the
cinematic importance of this motion picture.

April 21
The Last Days (1998)
By Steven Spielberg

The Last Days is a documentary from 1998 directed by James Moll and Steven Spielberg
produced it. The movie tells about five Hungarians Jews who share their most painful memories.

March 24
Amores Perros (2000)
By Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu

Three interconnected stories about the different strata of life in Mexico City all resolve with
a fatal accident. Octavio is trying to raise enough money to run away with his sister in law.

March 31
Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
By David Lean

An inordinately complex man who has been labeled everything from hero, to charlatan, to sadist,
Thomas Edward Lawrence blazed his way to glory in the Arabian desert, then sought anonymity as a common soldier
under an assumed name.


Delta Dawn, a solo exhibition of Michelle Swayne will be held
at Gaya Art Space. The opening party will be on Saturaday, March 21st, 2009
starting at 07.00 pm. The show will goes through April 18th, 2009.


Galungan is a special day for Hinduism in Bali to celebrate
the winning of Dharma (good spirit) against Adharma (bad spirit)
which occurs once in 210 days.

In order to celebrate the Galungan Day, GAYA FUSION will be closed
on Wednesday, March 18th, 2009 and will be opened again
on Thursday, March 19th, 2009 as usual.



GAYA exhibites a collective show of Gaya's Collection
of Made Wianta, Filippo Sciascia, Peter Dittmar, Tisna Sanjaya, Made Sumadiyasa,
Kun Adnyana, Antonius Kho, Sujana "Suklu", Anas Etan and Hamad Khalaf.

The collective show will be held until March 19th. 2009.


A solo exhibition by one of Gaya's artist, Peter Dittmar,
at Sin Sin Fine Art, Hongkong, for the period of
March 05st-31st, 2009.

?Foot Bridge: Building Bridges thru ART ?09 Bali?
15 Artists of 5 Countries in Asia
February 04th ? March 04th, 2009.

Foot Bridge: Building Bridges thru ART ?09 Bali is an exhibition featuring artists from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, China and Korea, representing mainland Asia forging a relationship using art an a non vocal medium to build bridges to Indonesia. The artists strongly believe that by using ART as a medium to reveals one?s culture and idea to communicate with the audiences is still valid considering it a conventional approach originated from the man until present day. Therefore as a group with diverse background and approaches towards visualizing ideas on canvasses they also believe that Art does its own magic in connecting people. The group extends their heartfelt gratitude to parties involved for their tireless effort and assistance in materializing this exhibition at Gaya Art Space.

The fifteen artists ; Antonius Kho, Achmad Soepandi, Anas Etan (Indonesia), Lui Qi, Wang Hua Xiang, Xiang Qing Ren, Zhang Haizhou (China), Helen Kim (Korea), Abdul Rani Majid, Chong Hip Seng, Dr M. Najib A. Dawa (Malaysia) and Thanakorn SILA Boonrat, Muhamad Rajana-Udomsat, Satawat Chuaynum (Thailand) gathered here in Bali with multiple colors of expression which is an assemblage of ideas translated into ART is what on offer at this exhibition.

Foot Bridge is a series of exhibition started in 2002 in Mauritius, 2003 in Penang Malaysia, 2004 Mauritius, 2006 in Hat Yai Thailand and 2007 Alliance Francaise Kuala Lumpur played host. Foot Bridge as a theme is an idea mooted by Said from Mauritius to forge relationship between Mauritius and Malaysia and it is further extended to Thailand and China. To this year 2009 the idea and spirit of forging relationship is further extended to Indonesia. The members of the group to date still believe and live with the idea that ART: transcend boundaries, transcend race, transcend languages, transcend cultures for the sole purpose to foster friendship among people. Therefore ART as an element used function as a medium to communicate and transmit the messages of the participating artist to the audiences in hope of Building Bridges.


A research-project presentation

Gaya Art Space collaborate with SIKA Gallery, TonyRaka,
and Seniwati Gallery on an exhibition on January 31st - February 14th, 2009 at SIKA Gallery.
Essay by Grace Samboh, visual art writer, resides in Yogyakarta.

Gaya Art Space included the paintings of Peter Dittmar
and Wayan Kun Adnyana on the exhibition.

Opening Party: January 31st, 2009 at 7.30 Pm.


In between the last exhibition "Post-Ethnology Museum' of Heri Dono
and the next exhibition on February 04th, 2009, Gaya Art Space is holding
a collective show of its collection. The artworks' of Made
Wianta, Peter Dittmar, Filippo Sciascia, Kun Adnyana, Made Sumadiyasa,
Mahendra Mangku, Tisna Sanjaya, Hamad Khalaf, Roberto Coda Zabetta,
Ipong Purnomo Sidhi and Michelle Swayne are displayed until January 31st
when the artwork's of the next show are ready to be displayed.


A free art program at Gaya Art Space for children of all ages.
Children paint downstairs, parents eat up stairs.>br>
Every Sunday, begin at 11 am until 1 pm.