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Gallery: Abe Orobia “Images of Our Nation” @NCCAGallery

Art as a Form of Critical Care “Your pride for your country should not come after your country becomes great. Your country becomes great because of your pride in it.” — Idowu Koyenikan In 2019, Abe Orobia was one of the few artists who received a grant from the National Commission for Culture and the …

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Gallery: Janos Delacruz “Selfie*ish” @ArtElaan

Art Elaan Proudly Present “Selfie * ish”, a solo show by Janos Delacruz at Gallery White. Exhibit opens today June 9, 2021. It is in the split-second moments of candid shots, on frames of arrested authenticity, where Janos Delacruz resides for his new one-man exhibition, titled Selfie * ish. A surrealist painter known for his …

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GALLERY: Bohol Bohol 8 @ArtologistGallery

Artologist Gallery presents “Bohol-Buhol 8” on May 8, 2012 at 6 o’clock in the evening. With selected artists from the Heart of the Islands, Bohol-Buhol aims to highlight not only the beauty and wonder of their hometown’s natural wonders, but also showcase the merry tangled colors, forms and imagery in the paintings, mixed media and …

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PRIMER: LEAN REBOJA

Lean Reboja, was born in Davao, but is currently residing in Cebu. He was born on February 18, 1991. He studied at the University of the Philippines Cebu. Lean, whose works have been attributed towards illustration art more than just traditional painting, have created works in formal art settings such as galleries and pop up …

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GALLERY: JANE EBARLE “IMPRESSIONS” @GALERIEJOAQUIN

The artworks from Jane Ebarle’s latest exhibit titled “Impressions” are a visual representation of invisible human relationships and connections. The artist is inspired by the ancient belief that an invisible thread connects all who are destined to meet. Ebarle visualizes this invisible connection of human relationships in her poignant acrylic paintings. She uses her signature …

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The Art of Giving Back: Designs on Drawers

Last year has been challenging to say the least. The whole world was flipped upside down by a global pandemic and countries like the Philippines had to juggle this with extreme calamities. Filipinos are known to be some of the most resilient people out there, yet that was put to the test once again by …

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GALLERY: GIO LEBAJO “SYMMETRY” @PINTOARTMUSEUM

Creativity never runs out in the Lebajo bloodline. Creativity runs in the Lebajo family. Foremost from the patriarch Raul who is a master of surrealism, pursued by younger brood Nikulas who is adept in minimalism-contemporary art; and now Gio, who is starting to find his own place in the dynamic world of visual arts. “Symmetry,” …

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