tagged: philippines

Metro Manila Meets Dubai: Curator Ringo Bunoan Talks Art Dubai's Philippines Focus

by Danna Lorch
This week Art Dubai will be the first international fair to give contemporary art from the Philippines pride of place, as Ringo Bunoan (an artist, writer, researcher, and curator) curates Marker, the fair’s annual geographically-focused presentation. Under Bunoan’s direction Marker’s 100-square-meter area will concentrate on four artist-run spaces in metro Manila: 98-B, Post Gallery, Project 20, and Thousandfold. Installations by the late Roberto Chabet, widely recognized as the Philippine’s... [more]
Posted by Danna Lorch on 3/16/16

The Future That Was

by D. Dominick Lombardi
Patricia Perez Eustaquio’s installation at Tyler Rollins Gallery has the look and feel of a group show. This Filipino artist allows the various materials that comprise her artwork to guide her forms and intentions. Despite the unpredictability, Eustaquio manages to give us just enough of a narrative to create a comfort zone for visitors. The exhibition’s title, , is a reincarnation of an exhibition that first hit the public arena at the Jorge B. Vargas Museum in Quezon City, Metro Manila, in... [more]
Posted by D. Dominick Lombardi on 10/15/13