TITLE | Pasar Bali
Markets or “pasar”, except in tourist areas, are much the same as they have always been in Bali. The one obvious difference is that women now wear tops, a European concept originally enforced by the Dutch colonists. Women are still the great majority of “pasar” merchant. So there’s lots of “juicy news” to go along with the fresh produce and handicrafts. The Balinese lovely “obrol” (small talk), and so the “pasar” is a popular “social scene”. Early morning is the best time for shopping.
ARTIST | Ida Bagus Ketut Dharma
MEDIA | Mixed Media on Paper
YEAR | 2016
ORIGINAL ARTWORK SIZE | 245 x 200 mm. Unframed.
FINE ART PRINT SIZE | Ink-jet Giclée Print (True Fibre Matt) 245 x 200 mm + approximately 90 mm white border bleeding space. Supplied on A3 Sheet (420 x 297 mm). Unframed.