Needing a much-needed break from the hustle-and-bustle of the holidays? Here are three art-related events you need to list into you calendar to help you tune out and tune into our local art scene.
Signum Contemporary Objects, a platform for objects created by artists, designers, architects, and creatives, opens “Memories” on 8 November at Artelano-11.
“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.
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.
For this Spotlight, brought to you by Huawei, we interview Gaby de la Merced of Vinyl on Vinyl about the gallery’s art program, its plans for its exhibition at Art Fair Philippines, their experience as a participant, and why La Fuerza plaza is the best place to be at on March 1.
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.”
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In this public talk, Michael Lin will discuss details about his previous works and past projects, as well as his creative process. RSVP for this event; limited slots are available.
Paula Acuin wins the Purita Kalaw-Ledesma Art Criticism Prize.
The Art Report: Highlights of the auction in an infographic.