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An Apple to Remember

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An Apple to Remember
3rd One-man Show of Noli Principe Manalang
July 31-August 13, 2014
Art Galileia

Exhibit opens on July 31, 2014, Thursday at 6pm.

Art Galileia
2nd Level Fort Pointe Bldg.,
28th St., Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig


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Mystic Realm

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Mystic Realm
Gilbert Sabarez Semillano
July 31-August 14, 2014
Galerie Stephanie

Experience the mystical world of Gilbert Sabarez Semillano through his artworks from July 31 to August 14, 2014 at Galerie Stephanie.

Galerie Stephanie
Unit 1-B, Parc Plaza Bldg.
183 E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave., Libis
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines

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ENDLESS HOURS AT SEA | Martha Atienza

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Endless Hours at Sea
Martha Atienza
July 30-August 30, 2014
Ateneo Art Gallery

Opening reception is on Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at 6pm.
Artspeak at 4.30pm.

Exhibit runs until August 30.

Ateneo Art GallerySecond Level Rizal Library
Special Collections Building
Ateneo De Manila University
Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights
Quezon City

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"ANI-MOTION" 12th solo exhibit by Norlie Meimban

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"ANI-MOTION" 
12th solo exhibit by Norlie Meimban
July 26-August 6, 2014
Ysobel Art Gallery

Opening reception is on July 26,2014, 6:00pm.

Ysobel Art Gallery
2nd flr., Shops at Serendra, 
Bonifacio Global City, 
Taguig. 


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LOOB | Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo

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Loob
Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo
July 22-August 2, 2014
UP Vargas Museum

The UP Vargas Museum in cooperation with Tin-aw Art Gallery opens Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo’s two-man exhibit titled LOOB on July 22, 2014, 6PM at the GF Lobby and West Wing Galleries of the museum. An Artists Talk precedes the formal opening at 4:30PM.

Renato Habulan and Alfredo Esquillo have been sharing the same keen interest in the Black Nazarene and the surroundings of Quiapo that provide the encounters of devotion. The implications of this interest have informed their works, both as individual artists and collaborators. In LOOB, both Habulan and Esquillo focus on the concept of the core and the innermost. Habulan explores loob as part of the human condition that shapes Philippine religiosity while Esquillo delves into the significance of loob (inside, inner being, soul) and how the meaning of labas (outside, body, flesh) complicates it. Commencing from Mang Lauro, a prophet that becomes an integral part of Quiapo life, the artists interpret the narratives of spirituality rooted in folk Catholic religion and how this intersects with believers in their everyday practices.

Renato Habulan (b. Manila, 1953) graduated from the University of the East School of Fine Arts in 1976. Coming from a working class family in Tondo, he developed awareness of the deteriorating social conditions and struggle of the workers. Regarded as a seminal figure in social realism in the 70s and 80s, he was one of the core members of the group Kaisahan.

Alfredo Esquillo (b. Quezon City, 1972) received his Fine Arts degree major in Painting at the University of Santo Tomas in 1993. He was a Thirteen Artists grant recipient of the Cultural Center of the Philippines in 2000. He also received grants and residencies from the Vermont Studio Art Center, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum and PROJEK MAGER in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

LOOB runs until August 22, 2014.


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