Bali mask enthusiast shares collection

Man who collected 1,350 masks from Indonesia and other countries turns his home into a museum.

    A man who has turned his home on the island of Bali into a museum for others to view his collection of masks hopes his collection will allow others to better understand Indonesian culture.

    Agustinus Prayitno has collected 1,350 masks, used during ritual processions and traditional dance, from both Indonesia and other areas of the world.

    He tells Al Jazeera his story.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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