(Isstories Editorial):- Jakarta, May 15, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – To celebrate its first year anniversary and to align with the mission from Préférence Hotels to be culturally driven, Maison Aurelia proudly introduced a book about art and cultural history of Bali; Sanur, Gateway to Inspiration. The book is an embodiment of Préférences mission to share the essence of the hotels soul to friends and guests about the timeless beauty of art and cultural history of Bali.
Sanur, Gateway to Inspiration tells the history of how Sanur became the entrance for foreigners, including the artists. With its mysterious magnetic pull, Balis culture and tradition have been inspirations to the foreign artists living on the island, resulting many wonderful artistic creations. The visual expressions created by these master painters depict mystical landscapes and beautiful locals living harmoniously between nature and the gods. In a way, Sanur became the starting point where the beauty of Balis art and culture were discovered by the world. Sanur became the gateway to inspiration to the artists.
This book is an invitation for our guests to learn more about the culture and the heart of Sanur and Maison Aurelia. We want the journey of our guests to continue even outside the hotel. We would like to enlighten them and inspire them about Balinese culture which speaks its personality from the heart. We want to leave footprints in our guests journey. One that is thoughtful, memorable and inspirational, said Sophie Marivin, Hotel Manager of Maison Aurelia.
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Curated by Dr Jean Couteau, a renowned art historian who truly has unique insights into life on the magical island of Bali, and Alistair Speirs, Founder of Phoenix Communication, the book features paintings and biographies of prominent artists heavily influenced by Bali namely Walter Spies, Rudolf Bonnet, Miguel Covarrubias, Le Mayeur, Theo Meier, Emilio Ambron, William Hofker, Antonio Blanco, Arie Smit, Donald Friend and GeneviéveCouteau that brought a new, feminine look to Balis art.
The late Geneviève Couteau was inspired by Balinese femininity since she first came to the island in 1968. She saw something beyond the physical form of femininity and she painted that to show her peculiar perspective to the world. Geneviève Couteaus works are exhibited in Agung Rai Museum of Art and as a part of the book launching event, her works are also exhibited at Maison Aurelia.
In addition to paintings and painters, the book also shares the array of Art Museums in Bali, including PuriLukisan Museum, Le Mayeur Museum, Neka Art Museum, Rudana Museum, Agung Rai Museum of Art, The Blanco Renaissance Museum and Museum Pasifika. The objective of sharing these gems are to enable Maison Aurelias friends and guests to learn about the history and to be in touch more of with the paintings exhibited exclusively in these museums.
The book launching was celebrated with a humble concept of event, started with welcome speech from Marc Steinmeyer, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Tauzia Hotel Management and Anthony PrabowoSusilo, Chief Operating Officer of PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk, the event then continued with an enthralling talk show about the book with guest speakers Dr Jean Couteau, Art Historian who wrote and curated the book; Alistair Speirs, Founder of Phoenix Communications who co-wrote the book; and last but not least, Fretty Carolina Hutapea, Brand Manager of Préférence Hotels who shared the concept of Préférence and Maison Aurelia.
Around 50 invitees from media, artists, writers, and Balis art influencers after the talk-show ushered to an afternoon cocktail accompanied by Gamelan and Balinese dancers entertainment, as they are then brought into relaxing and calm atmosphere of Maison Aurelia.
Discover more about Maison Aurelia by Préférence and Sanur, Gateway to Inspiration at www.maisonaureliasanur.com & follow @maisonaurelia on social media.
About Préférence Hotels and Maison Aurelia Sanur
Préférence Hotels is Tauzias upscale discreet luxury label for charm and heritage hotels that offer subtle inspiration and memorable experiences. Each of Préférence Hotel shall have its own identity, name and concept reflecting The Cultural Heritage or History, The Natural Beauty of the Destination, The Bold Architecture or Interior Design. Maison Aurelia by Préférence is an inspired French colonial boutique hotel that blends Western architecture with Balinese art and hospitality. The word Maison means ‘home’ in French was chosen to make the guest feel homely in this small charming hotel. The name Aurelia comes from the Latin family name Aurelius meaning ‘golden’. The colour that symbolises power, strength, luxury and perfection. Gold is also associate with the wisdom of ageing and is a colour that reflects the mature audiences who frequently visit Sanur Area.
About PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk
Since 2002 PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk develops and operates iconic lifestyle destinations in greatest cities in Indonesia. The business portfolio of PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk consists mainly of hotels, shopping centers, apartments, and offices. The shopping center portfolio consists of luxurious with modern lifestyle concept located in Jakarta, Bandung, and Bali. The hotel portfolio consists of 1,900 rooms ranging from 2-star business hotels to 5-star luxury hotels spread across Jakarta, Bali, Batam, and Yogyakarta. Currently, PT Indonesian Paradise Property Tbk is expanding its business in other cities in Indonesia, which located in Bogor, Balikpapan & Makassar.
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