Liongoren Gallery and Brittany present ‘Color & Forms in Genes’
MANILA, Philippines - “Color & Form in Genes,” featuring artworks by renowned families of artists, is on view until Nov. 23 at Avant at The Fort, 3rd St. corner 26th St., corner 3rd Ave. Bonifacio Global City. Organized by Brittany, A Vista Land Company, and Liongoren Gallery, the exhibit honors the memory of Andres Bonifacio whose 150th birth anniversary falls on Nov. 30.
National Artist Napoleon Abueva and his son Mulawin will show their sculptures in bronze and wood together with the pottery of niece Lanelle Abueva-Fernando. The brothers Ferdie and Michael Cacnio will show their genre sculptures in brass with the esteemed senior artist Angel Cacnio will show his acrylic artwork. Jun Vicaldo, 2011 Awardee of Metrobank Prize for Achievement in Sculpture, will show together with his daughter Erline synthetic bronze sculptures. The De Pio family: Gig De Pio Sr., Simkin, Paulo and wife Aileen Lanuza will show their figurative paintings in different media. Notable modernist Alfredo Liongoren will show his abstract paintings beside the new media creations by sons Erik and Avid Liongoren. Former UP College of Fine Arts Dean Nestor Olarte Vinluan’s works will show his works together with that of his equally-gifted child Liv whose figurative paintings are haunting. The multi-awarded Samson brothers Jerson, Julius and Rey of Antipolo are all painters of inimitable style.
Part of the proceeds of the exhibition will go to Operation Blessing Philippines Inc. The exhibit runs until Nov 23. For information, call Fatima at 912-4319, 449-3962, or 0917-887431
Liongoren Gallery is at 111 New York Ave. Cubao Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines (439-3962). Visit www.liongorengallery.com.
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Flor Baradi’s ‘Visceral Gardens’ at Renaissance
Renaissance Gallery presents a collection of recent flower paintings by Flor Espanol Baradi. The exhibit is on view until Nov. 28.
Baradi intensifies the aesthetic appeal of her vibrantly colored subject by summoning emotional associations which a species of flower evokes. True to the artist’s name, the show celebrates the inexhaustible poetic beauty of flowers which communicate directly to the spirit.
Renaissance Gallery is at the fourth floor, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City.
‘Unang Hagod’ at Galeria de las Islas
Pinoy na Pinoy Visual Artists Association Inc. members Duds Sagayap, Ronna Lara Bes, Richard Alvarez, Rhea Buagarin, Tristan Bamba, Nitz Hernaez, Gio Acero, Marilen Buan, Oscar Yabut, Jose Tolentino Jimenez, Alva Alvarez, Angelo Reeves Dominic, Nino Malatag, Elmer Ponce Pacio, Vince Roque, Joseph Ablay, Rey Gatmaitan, Bisai Ya, German Fernando III, Marivel Galang, Vaughn Luna, Precy de Guzman-Brady, Arlene de Castro-Anunnuevo and Yolly Cabuco showcase the beauty of Philippine heritage and culture in “Unang Hagod,” which opens on Nov. 17 at Galeria de las Islas, third floor, Silahis Center, 774 Gen. Luna St., Intramuros, Manila. The show runs until Dec. 8.
For details, call 527-2113 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.