Gathering close to two hundred works selected by the artist, the exhibition also displays a selection of figurative drawings which shows the artist’s range of cognitive, and tactile dissertations.
Ayala Museum, with the support of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts, presents Images of Nation: F. V. Coching, Komiks at Kultura, a tribute to one of the most prolific figures in Filipino komiks’ golden age.
The Japan Foundation, Manila and The National Museum of the Philippines are pleased to present the international traveling exhibition The Spirit of Budô: The History of Japan’s Martial Arts Exhibition at the National Art Gallery, National Museum of the Philippines. The exhibition runs until September 26, 2018.
“Ties of History”: An Exhibition Marks the ASEAN’s 50th Anniversary Featuring Artists from Each Member State
As the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) concludes the commemoration of its 50th anniversary, the Philippines marks the historic occasion by hosting a contemporary art exhibition featuring ten artists representing each ASEAN member state.
A fashion designer by trade, Anat was struck by how much bamboo resembled fabric rolls. She envisioned painting different patterns and designs on the bamboo stalks to replicate the look of textiles. Eventually, Anat worked with wood carvers in Paete to add another layer to her concept, incorporating multiple styles and techniques gained from her experience as a designer and an artist.
“Bridges: Mariano Ponce & Jorge Vargas” looks into the lives of Mariano Ponce and Jorge Vargas, who both served as representatives of the Philippine government to Japan in times of uncertainty and turmoil.
Tumba Tumba Children’s Museum of Philippine Art is CANVAS’ proof of concept exhibit that transforms the Vargas Museum into a study of an actual operating children’s museum complete with a museum shop.
This month’s Spotlight is focused on the National Gallery Singapore, which is currently holding a major exhibition titled “Century of Light,” a special presentation of two exhibitions focusing on the art of the 19th century: first, a comparative exhibition of two major Southeast Asian artists, Juan Luna (Philippines) and Raden Saleh (Indonesia) in “Between Worlds,” and second, the complementary exhibition of Impressionist works in “Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay.”
The exhibition, curated by Spanish architect and designer Juli Capella, explores the popularity of tapas and the growing consciousness for innovation and creativity that have resulted in the avant-garde tandem of gastronomy and design.
“Humo,” an Exhibition by Florencia Guillen, 3rd Artist-in-Residence at the Met, Opens at the Museum’s Open Gallery
“Huma,” Guillen’s exhibition at the Open Gallery, opened yesterday with four main works of art centered around the volcano and is a meditation on its elements that are always in transition.