Alongside the exhibition are the works of two other cartoonists as well–newly inducted National Artist Larry Alcala and Robert Langenneger.
Visiting a public market in the Philippines is immersive, enveloping one in its sights and smells and textures. Anglo-Dizon’s portrayal of these items in the macro hearken to that experience–enjoyably, but also unavoidably worryingly.
SILVERLENS is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Alfredo Esquillo, one of the highlights of his silver anniversary celebration as an artist, and his first with the gallery. Titled Balik-Loob, the show revisits Esquillo’s fluency in the medium of oil-on-paper, which the artist methodically began exploring at the beginning of the millennium.
“Strange Attractors” : Mariano Ching, Mark Andy Garcia, Gene Paul Martin, and Jaime Pacena II at Artery Art Space
At Artery Art Space is “Strange Attractors” featuring paintings by Mariano Ching, Mark Andy Garcia, Gene Paul Martin, and Jaime Pacena II, an exhibit reconfiguring the body in space along interventions in representational form guided by inmost concepts of the self that prefigure greater bodies of social, psychological, emotional, and symbolic meanings. The exhibition runs until 25 August.
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.
On exhibition at Galleria Duemila until 25 August is Jinggoy Buensuceso’s sculpture exhibition, “Distortions of Reality.” Using earthy materials such as aluminum, Buensuceso has brought together an impressive collection of pieces that delineate the galactic supernatural.
Look into an interpretation of the youth and the future through the lenses of twelve young Southeast Asian photographers in an exhibit presented by Goethe-Institut, the OBSCURA Festival of Photography and the Ostkreuz Agentur der Fotografen, this July 25 to August 25, 2018, at the 1335 Mabini Gallery, Ermita, Manila.
Until 15 September at Bellas Artes Outpost in Karrivin Plaza is Incarnator, a solo exhibition by Paul Pfeiffer, curated by Diana Campbell Betancourt. This exhibition expands from the artist’s internationally acclaimed eponymous video which is further brought to life through a series of life-sized sculptures, all of which were produced during Pfeiffer’s six-month residency at Bellas Artes Projects in Bagac, Bataan, Philippines in 2018.
Mono8 Gallery celebrates its first anniversary with the show, “Future Present.” Rooting from the gallery’s aim of becoming an experimental venue for young and established artists alike, the exhibition explores pluralism in the current art scene and the artists’ struggle to keep up with the times.