Raul Isidro at ArtistSpace
MANILA, Philippines - Raul Isidro translates his impressions into artworks with daring brushstrokes and subtle layers of color in “Impressions II,” which is on view until Nov. 17 at ArtistSpace, second floor, Glass Wing, Ayala Museum, Makati City.
For inquiries, call 757-7117 or visit www.ayalamuseum.org.
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‘No Strings Attached’ at Galeria de las Islas
Ivan Acuña, Ruel Carlos, Ronante Maratas, Jared Yokte, and Ronn dela Cruz explore fields of colors in expressive and general forms, depicting their views in satisfying conditions of profound emotion in “No Strings Attached,” which is on view until Nov. 16 at Galeria de las Islas, third floor, Silahis Center, 744 Gen. Luna St., Intramuros, Manila.
For inquiries, call 527-2113 or e-mail email@example.com.
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Lindslee at Galerie Hans Brumann
Lindslee showcases seven brusque daubs of oil and acrylic that render his insight and attachment to a specific experience, place and idea in “The Science of Painting,” which is on view until Nov. 15 at Galerie Hans Brumann, third floor, Greenbelt 5, Makati City.
For details, call 728-2175.
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‘Sining Ugnayan’ at SM Art Center
Galerie Anna inaugurated SM Megamall’s relocated Art Center with a major exhibition, “Sining Ugnayan,” which is on view until Nov. 16.
The show dwells on the relationships between young people, their social environment. It includes the works of Dominique Alfonso, Jepoy Almario, Ricky Ambagan, Renz Baluyot, Grandier Gil Bella, Toti Cerda, Malyn Bonayog, Melvin Culaba, Joseph de Juras, Processo Gelladuga, Joey Ibay, Louie Ignacio, JC Jacinto, Ronald Jeresano, Josue Mangrobang, Archie Oclos, Vincent Padilla, Ronaldo Ruiz, Dicky Santos, Christian Tamondong, and Jasper Kwong.
For inquiries, call 470-2511.
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‘Long Life & Prosperity’ at Galerie Y
Julius Limpe, Al Perez, Rollie Yusi, and Melencio Sapnu Jr. hold “Long Life & Prosperity,” which is on view until Nov. 19 at Galerie Y, fourth floor, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City.
For inquiries, call 634-2704.
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‘Strange Days and Other Anomalies’ at Light and Space Contemporary
Ramon Raphael Banzon, Miggy Borja, Raffy La Madrid, Paul Bryan Miranda, and Mek Yambao re-examine what one considers strange in “Strange Days and Other Anomalies,” which opens on Nov. 13 at the Gallery 3 of Light and Space Contemporary, 53 Fairlane St., West Fairview, 1118 Quezon City.
For details, call 430-5202 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sy, Lindslee and Carating at Hiraya Gallery
Donna Sy, Lindslee and Norberto Carating embark on a mythological adventure in “Immortals,” which is on view until Dec. 1 at Hiraya Gallery, 530 United Nations Ave., Ermita, Manila.
For information, call 523-3331 or visit www.hiraya.com.
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Edrick Daniel and Guerrero Habulan at Boston Gallery
Boston Art Gallery presents simultaneous solo exhibits by Edrick Daniel and Guerrero Habulan, which are slated from Nov. 12 to 29 at Boston Art Gallery, 72 Boston St. corner Lantana St., Cubao, QC.
In “Lulan” (meaning “aboard” in the vernacular), Daniel creates surrealist scapes and fills them with images denoting various vessels.
Habulan attempts to convey how individuals have become strangers to their own nation through the process of cultural colonization in “AlieNation.”
For information, call 722-9205 or e-mail email@example.com.
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Maria Jeona at Manila Contemporary
Maria Jeona reveals her fascination with the physical act of sex itself in “Tricky, Sexy, Sodomy or The Case of The Attention-Seeking Whores by Maria Jeona as Cumerlier Cuntitch, The Spy Dective,” which opens on Nov. 12 at the Main Gallery of the Manila Contemporary, Whitespace 2314, Pasong Tamo Ext., Makati City.
For inquiries, visit manilacontemporary.com.
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Kon’nyaku art at BenCab Museum
Twenty-five artists from 10 countries celebrate the 25th anniversary of the International Association of Hand Papermakers and Paper Artists (IAPMA) with a Kon’nyaku art exhibit, which is on view until Jan. 5, 2012 at the Print Gallery of BenCab Museum, Km. 6, Asin Road, Tuba, Metro Baguio.
The show is organized by Asao Shimura.
For inquiries, visit www.bencabmuseum.org.