The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will be featuring the contemporary artworks of noted Filipino and Korean artists in its upcoming exhibit entitled “Summer: A Midsummer Night’s Reunion” which is set to be launched on May 17.
For this year, the arts exchange exhibit is hinged on the summer season of the Philippines as it seeks to find a common ground for aesthetics for contemporary tastes. For the Filipino set, the participating artists are National Artist for Visual Arts Benedicto “Bencab” Cabrera; prominent installation artist Luis “Junyee” Yee, Jr. whose artwork was sourced through Galleria Duemila; Angono-based Nemesio “Nemiranda” Miranda, Jr.; the abstractionist Raul Isidro; watercolorist Ephraim Samson and printmaker Fil Delacruz, known for integrating indigenous elements in his works. Also, representing the younger generation are Geraldine Javier, Mark Orozco Justiniani, Michael Adrao and Alfredo Esquillo, Jr. whose works for this show were collectively sourced from Tin-aw Gallery.
The works from Korea are by HWANG Sung-joon, PARK Gye-hoon, OH Seung-min, JEONG Hye-jeong, CHOI Uk, LEE Dong-jae, HONG Kyeong-tak, CHOI Sung-du, YOO Bong-sang and HONG Da-seul.
For further information and queries, please contact the Korean Cultural Center at 555-1711 or email email@example.com.
Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines
2nd Level, Mancor Corporate Bldg.
32nd St., Bonifacio Global City
Taguig, Metro Manila, Philippines
Friday May 17, 2013
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