Basoeki Abdullah Museum is an art museum located in South Jakarta, Indonesia. It contains paintings and the personal collection of Basoeki Abdullah, including statues, masks, puppets, and weapons. The museum is managed by the Ministry of Education and Culture. Besides being used for exhibitions, the museum is also used to hold workshops.
Basoeki Abdullah Museum was established on 25 September 2001 and inaugurated by the Minister of Culture and Tourism I Gede Ardika. The museum was founded as provided for in the will Basoeki Abdullah, who died on 5 November 1993. Basoeki Abdullah bequeathed his paintings and personal collection together with his house to the Government of The Republic of Indonesia. In 1998 the house, at Keuangan Raya street in South Jakarta, was handed to the Directorate General of Culture as the relevant part of the Indonesian Government. The building was then renovated in order to be used as a museum.
|Tuesday||8:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Wednesday||8:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Friday||8:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
|Saturday||9:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
|Sunday||9:00 AM – 3:00 PM|
ice cream puppy 26 | Feb 13, 2018
A very unique and fun museum, the workers are really nice and friendly. My first time visiting this museum, because there is a workshop about "simple eye drawing technique". It makes eye drawing simple, with a great result. Keep up the good work!
Suksmono Adi | Mar 11, 2018
The new building has been built just beside Mr. Abdullah's old house & intended as main exhibition venue, the number of paintings seems quite few here consider Mr. Abdullah was one of Indonesian maestros from last century. The entrance ticket fee IDR 2K is surprisingly very affordable.
Sy Rof | Feb 13, 2018
Its been a fun experience coming here,met some new friends, and seen some amazing art haha.. Would love to come here again
AbangaleGamer | Feb 13, 2018
In here I got a lesson from a teacher called mas kinkin, he teached me how to make an perfect eye which is pretty awesome, and it makes my draw more better
Asdyn_ | Feb 13, 2018
Nice and cool place It's an experience~^O^~ . . Meanwhile 'haven't eat since morning'😓
Pradnja Paramita | May 7, 2018
It is a good museum for paintings but unfortunately lack of explanation of what they display. Especially for the collection of wayang. Which is which I did not really understand. It will be nice if they give number on the collections exactly like the ones they put on the list they displayed.
sita amiranti | May 16, 2018
Friendly staff. Nice, clean, cool place. Rp. 2000 / person entrance fee is so so cheap. Got some favorite pictures.
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