Established in 1999, Gaya Art Space is a non-profit gallery with many functions similar to a private museum with an emphasis on cultural programming.
We are known for continuous support of contemporary avant-garde works, and a number of our artists have represented Indonesia at the Venice Biennale. Made Wianta created Dreamland at Gaya before taking it to the 2003 Biennale. Krisna Murti filmed his 2005 Venice exhibition, Video Spa, at Gaya. Dadang Christanto, another Biennale artist, had his first Bali show here.
Gaya Art News lists openings around Bali, along with other cultural events. Tuesday Evening Art Films present international movies, and our Funday Sunday childrenís program brings our artists to Baliís children in exploration of art using paints, paper, and clay. We are also a venue for other cultural events such as the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, the Indonesian Film Festival, the Bali Biennale, and many others.
Gaya Art Space is a part of Gaya Fusion
, a multi-dimensional art-and-life concept.
Jl. Raya Sayan, Ubud
Bali, Indonesia 80571
Phone: +62 (0)361 979252 / 979253
Fax: +62 (0)361 975895