Saturday, February 12, 2011

Museum Seni Rupa dan Keramik

Fine Arts and Ceramics Museum is located at Jalan Pos Kota No 2, Jakarta, just adjacent (right side) with the Jakarta History Museum. Built on January 12, 1870. Diarsiteki first time by Jhe. W.H.F.H. Van Raders in the reign of Governor-General Pieter Miyer to be used as a Rad van Justitie or Court Office. In 1949, used by soldiers as a means Nederlandsche Colonial Army Military Mission (NMM), and then handed over to the Indonesian military (TNI) and used as a warehouse logistics.

Of 1970 s / d in 1973 is used as West Jakarta Mayor's office, a year later (1974), submitted to the Government of DKI Jakarta and used as office of Museums and History. New on August 20, 1976 the building was inaugurated as the Hall of Fine Arts by President Soeharto at the initiative of Adam Malik. Subsequently on June 10, 1977, Governor Ali Sadikin Ceramics Museum opened in this building. In the early 1990 Hall of Fine Arts be merged with the Museum of Ceramic Arts and Ceramics Museum.

This museum store: Paintings Collection of 436 pieces, 7 pieces sculpture collection, 21 pieces of wood totem. For paintings, this museum presents a collection of the work of Indonesian artists since the period of the 1800s until the present, among others: the painting titled 'Regent of Cianjur' works of Raden Saleh, painting 'Abang Pedicab' by Henk Ngantung (1953), painting 'Sand Mountain' by Popo Iskandar (1969), the painting 'Abstract' by Nashar (1974), painting "Self-portrait 'by Affandi (1975), the painting' Meeting Ikada 'by Otto Djaya (1985), the painting' Woman 'by Sri Warso Wahono (1988), etc..

Indonesian Painting Collection is divided into several rooms based on periodization, namely:

* Room The Raden Saleh (the works of the period from 1880 to 1890)
* The Indian Space Jelita (the works of the period of the 1920s)
* Space Persagi (the works of the period of the 1930s)
* Room Japanese Occupation Period (the works of the period from 1942 to 1945)
* Establishment Room Studio (the works of the period from 1945 to 1950)
* Room About Birth Academic Realism (the works of the period of the 1950s)
* New Art Space of Indonesia (the works of the period 1960 - present)

For the Sculpture Collection, among others: 'Sawat Rangda Sculpture' by Harry Susanto, 'Girl Torso' by G. Sidhartha, 'Home Two' by Mustika, etc.. As for Totem Wood Collection featuring figurines like Totem Asmat Statues are characterized by traditional classics from Bali, wood totem magical and symbolic works of Tjokot and his extended family.

In addition to art collections, museum collections also exhibit consisting of Ceramics Ceramics Foreign totaling 675 pieces, 775 pieces numbered Local Ceramics, Ceramic Findings Submarine (Ditlinbinjarah) 472 fruit and Ceramics Grants from the Customs and Excise (under the sea, consisting of Ceramics Chinese Foreign Ages 9 to 10) of 6844 units.

Foreign Ceramics Collection consists of: ceramics China, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and Europe from the 16th century to early 20th century. Local Ceramic Collection, among others, featuring ceramics from some areas of Indonesia, among others from the region of Aceh, Medan, Palembang, Lampung, Jakarta, Bandung. Purwakarta, Yogyakarta, Malang, Bali, Lombok, etc. And still have a collection in the 14th century the Majapahit era ceramics. While the findings Underwater Ceramics Collection (Ditlinbinjarah) and Ceramic Grants from the Customs and Excise (under the sea), among others, many of which originated from China namely ceramics in the Ming and Ching Dynasty.

Visits of foreign tourists (tourists) to the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics in the Old City, West Jakara, quite high, reaching 200 people, even up to 1,000 people per day. The data of the Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics, the number of visits in the year 2009 to October reached 31,000 visitors. Students carrying elementary school (SD) of the most visited, followed by local tourists (visitors from various parts of Indonesia), then students, junior students, as well as students from Senior High School.

Once we entered the museum area of the front, looks spacious veranda greets visitors and the entrance to the main hall, the statue enclose two great artists are: Raden Saleh and Sudjojono, do not forget to include also the inscription of history of the building. Go to the left just as the right (symmetrical) welcomed wood carving sculptures adorn the hallway, being in the room the door was stored a large collection of paintings and ceramics, one of which is a self-portrait painter Indonesia, Affandi. Inside there are rooms, not just a one-story, but there are also floor two, which duhubungkan with wrought-iron spiral staircase. on the first floor, pijakkannya is thick teak wood.

Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics equipped with a library that has the art books that can be used as a guide on the art of rupa.selain that there are also stores that sell souvenirs Souvenirs-specific souvenirs for visitors such as: postcards, art books, crafts, sketch , fan, funny statues and others. In addition there are also collections of warehouse space, garage space / preparation and auditorium space.

The museum is open Tuesday till Sunday from 09.00 - 15.00 pm. Except Mondays and Holidays closed. Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics Jakarta had just finished preparing a complete catalog of books from his collection of art objects. Preparation of a thick book comprises two volumes are essential to counteract a variety of attempted theft of paintings.

Museum of Fine Arts and Ceramics

Jl. Taman Fatahillah or Jl. No. Pos Kota. 2, Town.
Open Tuesday - Sunday from 09.00 am - 15.00 pm.
Entrance fee: Adults Rp. 2,000, Rp.600 for children.

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