Musical Chairs, a political satire A one-man show by Dennis Ascalon

Artist Dennis francis Ascalon artistically documents the recent National Election

through his new show, Musical Chairs, a political satire. The show is the artist’s own

commentaries and opinions regarding the socio-political condition in the country and

how its twists and turns actually makes it ridiculous.

The show mirrors the existing political

condition in the country. His works revolve around the playing field and the courses the

government takes before, during and after the electoral process, thus, discussing its

biases, double dealings and deceitful facades.

The exhibit runs from 4 June to 24 June 2010 at NOVA Gallery, Warehouse 12A,

La Fuerza Compound, 2241 Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati City.

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IMPETUS 2 | Unraveling the Feminine

 IMPETUS 2 | Unraveling the Feminine

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IMPETUS 2 | Unraveling the Feminine is the second of a three-part series of exhibits.

IMPETUS is about the tendencies and impulses that drive art towards engagement.

Featuring the works of:
Brenda Fajardo, Karen Ocampo Flores, Aj Tuviera Tolentino, Katti Sta Ana, Emmanuel Manny Garibay, Gromyko Semper, Mario de Rivera, Malate Literary Folio Diego Alvarez Ibarra!, etc.), Salvador Alonday, Robert Besana, Iggy Rodriguez and Maan De Loyola. Exhibit pipol: Karen Ocampo

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Performance by Yasmin Almonte.

Curated by Karen Ocampo Flores and Noel Soler Cuizon
March 20 6:00pm
Opening reception THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 2014 6:00 PM
The exhibition runs until April 5, 2014

NOW Gallery + Auctions
Unit G05 Groundfloor, Ecoplaza Building
2305 Pasong Tamo Avenue Extension,
Makati City

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Roderick Tijing “The Return of the King” show

Roderick Tijing The Return of the King show
NOVA Gallery presents – Bacolod based artist Roderick Tijing in “The Return of the King” | March 28, 2014 | FRIDAY | 6pm

Bacolod based artist Roderick Tijing expresses his sense of returning to his roots as a painter.
The title “The Return of the King” represents Roderick’s newest take on his painting exploration. Here is what he has to say:

“The ‘King’ represents the people or anyone who leads his people may it be a General in the frontline, an artist, a musician, politician, a church leader, a cowboy, a farmer, a player, a philanthropist or anyone who was away for awhile and now has return to lead or to resume the things they do best. In this case for me, as an artist, i am returning to my old form, my old style that I love; landscapes or painting scenes but with a twist now as i developed through time, with my own characters.”
Roderick further explains that his inspiration was drawn from his trips to Europe as he ventured through many of Switzerland’s castles and landscapes. The many stories he picked up during his travel inspired him to read about the life of former Kings and Queens and to know more about the ways of their livelihood during their reign. His thoughts have converted his imagination to add his twist of characters and situations that only Roderick can perceive. A parade-like instance of vivid scenery and whimsical plots gives Roderick his own interpretation

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“The Return of the King” will introduce viewers to a new twist in Bacolod’s arts guild as the show opens on March 28 (Friday) at 6PM. The exhibit will be held at .

Exhibit will run from March 28 to April 18, 2014.
NOVA Gallery
Warehouse 12 A
La fuerza Plaza Compund
Chino Roces Ave. Makati City
+632 392 7797

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Cian Dayrit “Bla-Bla Archaeological Complex

Cian Dayrit Bla Bla Archaeological Complex
Cian Dayrit continues his inquiry into the role that strategies of display and representation play in mediating our notions of history and the associated domains of identity, heritage, and nationhood. In the Bla- Bla Archaeological Complex, Dayrit presents artefacts to assemble the narrative of a proto-culture. Coupling the display format of museums with archaeological phraseology in framing the development, practices, and beliefs of a fictional culture, Dayrit plays in the wiki-blurred topography of contemporary knowledge production. The exhibition simultaneously invites the viewer to partake in mining the fiction of a glorious past while attempting to lay bare the scaffolding in the edifice of history.

The exhibit will be at Artinformal’s Main Gallery, Big Room, and Inner Room.

February 27 6pm

Exhibition runs from
February 27 – March 17, 2014