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Yuchengco Museum

Exhibition Detail
Nothing to Declare
Curated by: Claro Ramirez Jr.
RCBC Plaza
Corner Ayala Avenue and Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue
1200 Makati City
Philippines


November 16th, 2011 - January 29th, 2012
 
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The Yuchengco Museum is the host of the second leg of Nothing to Declare, a multi-venue and multi-media international art project that aims to contribute contemporary discussions on migration. The exhibit features 27 foreign and local artists working on a range of media. 

Nothing to Declare is spearheaded by Flaudette May Datuin, Precious Leaño, and Josephine Turalba. The project aims to contribute discourse on migration, the movement of not just people across borders, but also of forms and realities across time and space. It also focuses on those who have nothing to declare, whose marginality is a source of intervention and strength. The visual discourse and presentations began at the Blanc Compound as the first venue, with the Yuchengco Museum and the UP Vargas Museum following through until 2012.


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