Posted on 15 October 2010.
The museum is located in northwest Affandi Museum includes two art galleries in addition to Affandi Museum Yogyakarta. This museum is located precisely at Jalan Wulung 43 Papringan, Caturtunggal, Depok, Sleman, Yogyakarta, not far from IAIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta and went into approximately 300 meters north. If people want to be associated with this museum can tap the phone number (0274) 564 330. Currently, the museum led by museum owner who turned out to people of Bali, namely Drs. Gunarsa. Like most museums in Yogyakarta, the status of this museum is a private museum and museum of this kind is a special museum of painting.
Museum of Contemporary Indonesian Painting (SLKI) Gunarsa established on March 31, 1989 for an unlimited time. The museum is a private museum of pure self. Proponent founding of the museum is a painter Drs. Gunarsa by the Notary No. 5 dated January 12, 1989 of Notary Ny. Suparyatun Sutjipto, SH Located in Yogyakarta No court reporting Court. 30/90/V/Y. Inauguration of the museum by the Provincial Governor of the Province of Yogyakarta which was held Sri Paduka Paku Alam VIII.
Museum SLKI Gunarsa function 1) document the Indonesian paintings, both senior and juniors who are considered outstanding, 2) storing, displaying works of senior and junior painters painting Indonesia, 3) as a place to communicate antarseniman and artists through a workshop, lectures, seminars, and meetings . The purpose of the founding of the museum is 1) as a place to seek inspiration for artists, or artists, students, and the general public against the creation, 2) a place to communicate antarseniman, an artist with a community through gatherings, lectures, seminars, and meetings, 3) commemorates community appreciation the values of Indonesian painting in supporting the preservation of national culture, 4) develop educational attitude, creative, and innovative in every human heart the Indonesian nation, 5) support the implementation of government programs in art museums, 6) create objects Indonesian tourism, especially in DIY , and 7) provide awards to the artists or the Indonesian artist who excel.
Subali & Sugriwa Gunarsa works, created in 1989
The building the museum occupies a land area of 1,000 m2 consists of two traditional-style buildings combined with modern buildings. This museum has three exhibition halls, namely 1) meeting room / hall, 2. Permanent exhibition space, and 3) office space.
Offerings Gunarsa works, created in 1981
Museum Collections SLKI Gunarsa special that documented the work of Indonesian artists and professionals who excel dalams eni paint, especially contemporary Indonesian painting. The collection amounts to approximately 500 units.
Portrait of Tino Sidin work Basuki Abdullah, made in 1981
Hours of Work / Open
||Opening Hours (GMT)
| Monday to Saturday
|| 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Mask Dance Sudarisman works, created in 1988
Sign in Cost
Both domestic and foreign visitors subject to voluntary contributions in order to enter this museum.
Spirit Hamengkubuwana IX Sudira VA works, created in 1992