IMPETUS 1: REFLEX at PLAY

IMPETUS 1: REFLEX at PLAY is the first of a three-part series of exhibits to stimulate an arts-based response to crises.

IMPETUS 1: REFLEX at PLAY

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IMPETUS 1: REFLEX at PLAY is the first of a three-part series of exhibits to stimulate an arts-based response to crises.

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

Featuring the works of:
AMBIE ABAÑO
NANA BUXANI
JEF CARNAY
JUSTO CASCANTE III
IMELDA CAJIPE ENDAYA
ISSAY RODRIGUEZ
KIRBY ROXAS
DON M. SALUBAYBA
BRENDALE TADEO
MIMI TECSON and WESLEY T. VALENZUELA
CAVITY COLLECTIVE: Rai Cruz, Tiyang, Macoy, Dan Puzzle, Killing with Cuteness, Imba, Dr. Karayom, Yeng, Cozy
with video by Mohini Ochangco

Curated by Karen Ocampo Flores and Noel Soler Cuizon

Opening reception THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2014 6:00-9:00 PM
The exhibition runs until February 26, 2014


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

Pinto ArtMuseum features Grupo Biag in The Waiting Game

The Vigan-based artists collective, Grupo Biag, will be featuring a unique series of 38 works based on an Ilocano cultural practice of code-making used to forecast winning combinations in a small-town game of chance. Wittily titled, The Waiting Game is an exhibition of works based on a system of “divination” called anunsyo that Vigan locals refer to in placing their bets in the controversial small-town numbers game called jueteng.

Pinto ArtMuseum features Grupo Biag in The Waiting Game

The Vigan-based artists collective, Grupo Biag, will be featuring a unique series of 38 works based on an Ilocano cultural practice of code-making used to forecast winning combinations in a small-town game of chance. Wittily titled, The Waiting Game is an exhibition of works based on a system of “divination” called anunsyo that Vigan locals refer to in placing their bets in the controversial small-town numbers game called jueteng.

The exhibition is curated by Riel Jaramillo Hilario, a Vigan-born sculptor and writer.

The Waiting Game features works by Brave Singh, Jay Harold Hidalgo, Riel Hilario, Roel Salvatierra, Pablo Zingapan, Aubrey Terry, Redentor Castillo, Rionel Victor Rivera, Jeminic Real and Richard Quebral.

The exhibition opens on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 3PM. Show runs until March 9

The waiting Game

Guenivere Decena’s i-ntersection at NOVA Gallery

Guenivere Decena work

NOVA Gallery presents i-ntersection Featuring the works Guenivere Decena From November 09 to 23, Bacolod based artist Guinnevere Decena will be showing her latest works at Nova Gallery. Event opening on November 09 , 2013 (Wednesday) from 6pm to 10pm. Cocktails and drinks. Warehouse 12A, 2241 La Fuerza Plaza, Chino Roces Ave. Makati. RSVP at tel: 392-7797 or email us at gallerynova@gmail.com.

José Santos III at the BenCab Museum

Ongoing at BenCab Museum Artist José ‘John’ Santos III opens yet another exhibition after his recent successful solo at the UP Vargas Museum last September. In Transition opens 9th November 2013 until 1st of December . Coming close on the heels of the Vargas exhibit, In Transition showcases paintings and wall-bound vitrines, all objects. Objects stocked spaces in the former, massed depicted spatial depth in paintings, filled volume in assemblage and installation pieces. As such, they consisted the heft of history, both singularly and as the exhibition title suggested, in crowds and heaps…..

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JoseSantos In Transition

 

ABA LLUCH DALENA’s 10th art exhibition

aba lluch dalena
Collaborative art show engages themes of sexuality and love

Visual artist and musician Aba Lluch Dalena explores the universality of love across people of different ages, races, genders, and religions in her 10th solo exhibition entitled Trans.Form (First of a Series: A Survey on Love and Sexuality).

The exhibit opens at 4 p.m. on December 6, 2012 at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Gallery and will run up to the 25th of January 2013.

In Trans.Form, Dalena showcases various sculptures, photographs, paintings, mixed media and video installations. These multi-media works are an expression and affirmation of Dalena’s personal belief in the equality of treatment and worth of all sexes and races: the creed that love does not discriminate and is meant to be enjoyed by everyone.

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