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Villa Bali Asri , Batubelig
Living with Art : The Art of Living

A Yak Magazine Best Villas winner as well as a selection of the French Guide Luxe Bali and a Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence holder, Villa Bali Asri Seminyak is now launching an innovative concept with it’s newly-opened Villa Bali Asri Batubelig.
A traditional Balinese village located a stone’s throw from one of the most beautiful beaches on the island, Batubelig has succeeding in blending its charm and serenity, while evolving as a trend-setting venue, prepared to challenge Seminyak. A flowery and peaceful enclave nestled between Seminyak and Canggu, Batubelig benefits from its proximity to fashion boutiques and several of the most acclaimed restaurants on the island: Sardine, Metis, Sarong and La Laguna and to the Hotel W or Potato Head, whose soires are as talked-about as those of Ku De Ta and the new Finns Beach Club.
What is Villa Bali Asri Batubelig’s novel concept? An original art of living: ensconced in each villa, evoking an unprecedented intimacy with rare works celebrating Balinese art, paintings, sculptures, photographic, engravings, imaginative decorative objects, all signed by important names in Indonesian and Western modern art, making a stay in Villa Bali Asri Batubelig a quintessential experience.

A sojourn at Villa Bali Asri Batubelig :
the art of living, living with art!

Experience an unique way to stay in Bali by living with art in our accommodation

Villa Bali Asri Batubelig offers its guests the opportunity to reside in Bali in a setting dedicated to art and to take advantage of exceptional works exhibited in its gallery-villas. Thanks to close collaboration with Georges Breguet, anthropologist, expert in art and textiles, a curator of the Pasifika Museum in Nusa Dua, this aspiration has become a reality.

Greeting villa guests at Reception is an impressive canvas by Wayan Sadia, a disciple of Dutch painter Rudolf Bonnet, who along with Walter Spies breathed new life into Balinese art. From one villa to the next, the visitor discovers works by Willem Gerard Hofker, Rudolf Bonnet and Donald Friend, European artists bewitched by the Island of Gods, as well as works by major Balinese artists such as I Ketut Rudin, student of Mexican Miguel Covarrubias, I Wayan Sudana and Ni Gusti Agung Galuh, whose work inspired the dreamlike canvases of Walter Spies.

Tribal and primitive arts from countless islands of the indonesia archipelago have not been overlooked, and the villas are graced with artifacts from Sulawesi, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Iran Jaya, thanks to the cooperation of Aimery Jossel and the Nusantara Gallery, Ubud.

Young French artists such as Francois Dinguirard, painter – Rio Helmi, Teo and Marie-Eve Morabito and Jean Yves Lamboley, photographers all, have also signed on with Villa Bali Asri Batubelig, while Serge Poliakoff, Man Ray and Topor are present through their lithographs or original posters.
Each of these exhibited works is on sale: a catalogue is provided with information about the artists, indicating the provenance of their works.Tribal and primitive arts from countless islands of the indonesia archipelago have not been overlooked, and the villas are graced with artifacts from Sulawesi, Borneo, Sumatra, Java, Iran Jaya, thanks to the cooperation of Aimery Jossel and the Nusantara Gallery, Ubud.Young French artists such as Francois Dinguirard, painter, Rio Helmi, Teo and Marie-Eve Morabito and Jean Yves Lamboley, photographers all, have also signed on with Villa Bali Asri Batubelig, while Serge Poliakoff, Man Ray and Topor are present through their lithographs or original posters.Each of these exhibited works is on sale.