Maritime Museum photo exhibition title Pinisi Ship and Long Story Behind its Creation on May 15th to July 25th, 2018 at Temporary Exhibition Room of Museum Bahari, Jl Pasar Ikan, Penjaringan, North Jakarta. The Pinisi ship is a typical Indonesian traditional sailing ship from the Bugis tribe, South Sulawesi that roamed the ocean of the world since the 14th century.
Executing Task (Plt) UP Kebaharian Museum Jakarta, Sri Kusumawati said Pinisi Ship has two main screen mast with seven screens on it. The details, three screens on the muzzle of the ship, two screens in front and two screens on the back of the ship. The exhibition, which lasted for approximately 2.5 months, featured 30 temporary photo collection of Pinisi Kapal. "The 30 photos showcased is the work of two Indonesian photographers Denny Yuriandi and Dede Prianna photographed with different viewpoints," she said on Thursday (17/5).
Described further, not only exhibiting photographs but also displayed some other art forms, such as wood carvings, ropes used on boats, to rowing and steering are commonly used by typical ships Nusantara. "Besides being a museum activity, this exhibition is also aimed at education," he explained, adding that for this exhibition event, the company targets 6,000 to 7,000 thousand visitors who come during the exhibition. "Until now, the visitors are still dominated by foreign tourists and students, "she added.
Source: Wuri Setyaningsih / F. Ekodhanto Purba / Beritajakarta.id