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GALLERY: LILIANNA MANAHAN “UNLIMITED” @MODEKAART

One day the world stopped turning and came to a halt. All at once, our worlds became smaller, but the boarders of our minds expanded beyond limits. With nothing but, paper, paint, wax, metal leaf and a huge desk, Lilianna Manahan challenged herself to see the wonder in the uncertain and mundane. Working with only …

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GALLERY: BINONG JAVIER “STILLABUNT VITAE” @GALERIEROBERTO

This all originated from a single drop. From this drop sprung forth colors that gave life. Each drop coalesces into our memories, our trajectories, our memories, and our experiences. The bitter, the impenetrable, the insurmountable, all in sight. Each drop is a symbol of a moment. Together, these paint a masterpiece of what it means …

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GALLERY: MIKEL PARIAL “THE ACT OF BALANCE @GALERIEJOAQUIN

For “The Act of Balance”, Mikel Parial’s paintings begin with the impulse to fulfill the artist’s own curiosity about human-interest stories. As he paints, the emotional content of the image ultimately reveals itself; and the paintings become a balancing act: on the one hand a complete letting go by the artist and an embracing the …

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Gallery: Sanso x Montegrande @FundacionSanso

Fundacion Sanso again partners with Galerie Joaquin to continue the dialogue between the works of Juvenal Sanso in its collection, with the works of important contemporary artists, and opens its 2021 exhibitions with “The Blissful Expanse of Sea and Sky: Sanso x Montegrande,” an exhibition which focuses on how both artists have used landscape painting as a means of healing and hope. In the mid-50’s Sanso explored the Brittany …

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PRIMER: CARLO ONGCHANGCO

Carlo Ongchangco’s art is whimsical but not frivolous. His works borrow from the visual language of children’s book illustration, graphic design, cartoon and Japanese pop art. He uses subdued colours that create a wistful, nostalgic mood for the caricature subjects that populate his works. His characters are almost always children with rounded faces, with eyes …

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GALLERY: MICHAEL CACNIO “VICINAGE” @GALERIEJOAQUIN

Exhibit runs from February 14 to 28, 2021 What makes Michael Cacnio’s art unique is his distinct way of drawing out the beauty in the ordinary, finding serenity amidst chaos, discovering the joy in isolation, and bringing out poetry in the mundane. He has also not shied away from social realism, conjuring sculptural introspections on …

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GALLERY: AURUM @ARTANTON

Desire is a state of mind expressing a strong craving for something. It is an intense feeling – an urge that demands satisfaction. Its fulfillment is so priceless that its achievement is equated to the value of gold. This exhibition initiates a conversation on human desires and the modes of how we relate and address …

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GALLERY: JOMIKE TEJIDO “KINETIC ABC” @GALERIESTEPHANIE

The past year has been a period of ruminations and complexities that called for moments of deliberate nostalgia. In the same way, artist Jomike Tejido realized that he has never illustrated the alphabet after producing more than a hundred picture books for children. In his latest exhibition, Tejido grounds himself back to the fundamentals and …

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