Multilateral Bisections, an exhibit by artists from Manila and Panay.
You’re on it.
Light travels faster than sound. You see it first before you hear it. And just like thunder, Arel Zambarrano and Leoniel Cerbas once again proved that working in silence will soon enough create a noise loud enough to awaken one’s dozing senses through their two-man show entitled Dagu-ob that was unveiled at gallery i last 19 November 2018.
Iloilo City is a home for many young aspiring and established artists. For the past years, the city became a sanctuary of art galleries and alternative art spaces. The most notable was the opening of the first contemporary art museum in Visayas. With all of these, gallery i located in the heart of the city
From the outside MAMUSA Art Gallery and Bistro looks hip - a bistro and a loft-style art gallery. The first of its kind in the city. There has been a boom of art venues in Iloilo City, with the opening of galleries, alternative art spaces, and a contemporary art museum. MAMUSA opens with “Origins” a group show featuring the works of artists from Western Visayas.
One has to see with the mind what one cannot see physica
A Meeting of Five Artistic Windows The ugly. The grotesque. The uncanny. These are slippery elements when it comes to art as perceived by the masses. Nevertheless, they captivate, provoke, and nurture new perspectives in cultures that aren’t used to them. Contemporary art is thriving all over the world. It continues to challenge and push
A film that’s able to provide a social sense that qualifies anybody to get somewhere in life and the environment.
Clay is autotelic but plastic and coherent. Its early usefulness antedates recorded history and registers past civilizations. In the palms of the artist clay blooms into a myriad yielding outer indeterminacy or inner gestalt. Organic as the clay is the artist plays with Nature's uncanny simulacra. The artist thus romances with clay.
“A PERSON without scars [is someone] of bland character,” muses decorated Ilonggo artist Allain Hablo, who continues his fascination with the Japanese art of “kintsugi” or golden joinery in his two-man show with fellow veteran Jeline Laporga – “Not So Sacred.” Both Hablo and Laporga have previously delved into the beauty of imperfection in their
The moon is mysterious. It has become a muse to many writers, perhaps including Ugsad’s director and writer, Kenneth Borlan.