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“Actants” by Mit Jai Inn at Silverlens Galleries

The title Actants refers to both human and non-human agents as equal participants in an ongoing set of transformations – a metaphor for the artist’s collaboration with light, color, labor, and time in contextual relation to metaphysical, political and social constructions of power and belief.

Wawi Navarroza’s “Self-Portraits & The Tropical Gothic” at Silverlens Galleries

SILVERLENS is pleased to present Wawi Navarroza: Self-Portraits & The Tropical Gothic, the artist’s twelfth exhibition with the gallery. Self-portraits have been a recurring theme in a twenty-year practice, but this is the first exhibition focusing solely on the form. Navarroza will be showing eight new pieces alongside three older works from different years, alternating between muse and visual memoir.

“Bare Necessities” by Santiago Bose Curated by Patrick Flores at Silverlens Galleries

The exhibition series ‘Santiago Bose: Painter, Magician’ revisits the art of Santiago Bose through selected pieces from his extensive practice, marking turns in expression and the social contexts shaping it. The first phase is ‘Bare Necessities’. It focuses on the impulses of his artistic language and how these are harnessed to produce distinct form, critical discourse, and urgent impulse. The political work of art begins with the gesture of transforming the material of the world.

“Saturation Imbalance” by Luis Lorenzana at Silverlens Galleries

SILVERLENS is pleased to announce Saturation Imbalance, Luis Lorenzana’s seventh solo exhibition with the gallery. This exhibition presents eight new paintings illustrating Lorenzana’s deviation from his former art practice as seen in his previous exhibitions in Silverlens such as The Tales of the Beer Fairies (2010), Beautiful Pain (2012), League of Luminous Lunatics (2013), and instanity (2014).

Jonathan Ching’s “They Might Be Giants” at Silverlens Galleries

SILVERLENS is pleased to present They Might Be Giants, an exhibition of six new large-scale paintings by Jonathan Ching. His third exhibition with the gallery, the elements seen in the streets of Manila where Ching grew up are the starting point of this suite of paintings, with the eponymous piece They Might Be Giants as one of the largest works the artist has made to date. Previous exhibitions in Silverlens are Sputnik Dreams (2013) and elsewhere (2015)

“The Quality of Sunlight is a Filter Through Which Our Thoughts and Feelings Pass” by Catalina Africa at Silverlens Galleries

SILVERLENS is pleased to present The Quality of Sunlight is a Filter Through Which Our Thoughts and Feelings Pass, Catalina Africa’s third solo exhibition with the gallery. Previous exhibitions in Silverlens are The Mystery of the Abstract Jogging (2012) and PART 1: Reverse Boomerangs and other exercises for pleasure (warm up/cool down) (2015).

“Flux” by Bea Valdes at Silverlens Galleries

SILVERLENS is pleased to announce FLUX, Bea Valdes’ second solo exhibition with the gallery. A globally collected accessory designer, Valdes is known for her intricate and handcrafted clutch bags and jewelries. In the years since her first exhibition Bedtime Stories (2008), she has expanded her practice to large scale installation and sculpture.

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