Site and Space: Modernist Directions in Sculpture

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Major sculptural works from the CCP Visual Arts Collection are on view at the CCP while variations of the iconic Mona Lisa by thirty artists will go on exhibit on April 24.

Also included in SITE AND SPACE: Modernist Directions in Sculpture is a set of scale models of sculptures created for the Liwasang ASEAN at the South Side of the CCP Main Theater Building. Featured artists include Ramon Orlina (Philippines), Bro. Joseph McNally (Singapore), RedzaPiyadasa (Malaysia), GregoriusSidhartaSoegijo (Indonesia) and Awang bin Sitai (Brunei Darusslam) during the last ASEAN Sculpture Symposium held at the CCP in 1989.

In The Mona Lisa Project, opening on April 24 at the CCP Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) and Pasilyo Victorio Edades (Fourth Floor Hallway), thirty contemporary artists present their personal “take” on one of the most recognized images in the world-Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Among the participating artists are Roberto Chabet, Nilo Ilarde, Stevesantos, Lyle Buencamino, Louie Cordero, Bjorn Calleja, Froilan Calayag, Raymond Halili and Lynard Paras.

Site and Space ends on May 19 while The Mona Lisa Project ends on June 16.

Admission to the exhibits is free. Viewing hours are from Tuesdays to Sundays, 9-6 pm.

For more information, visit
Call the CCP Visual Arts and Museum Division at (63 2) 832-1125 loc 1504/1505 or (63 2) 832-3702.

Cultural Center Of The Philippines (CCP)
Roxas Blvd. cor. Pablo Ocampo Sr. St., CCP Complex
Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines

Wednesday April 24, 2013 - Sunday June 16, 2013


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