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Gallery News

() - June 6, 2011 - 12:00am

Gus Albor at Mag:net Katipunan

MANILA, Philippines - Gus Albor captures the nuanced passage of time and space in “Earth,” which opens tomorrow at Mag:net Katipunan,  335 Katipunan Ave., Loyola Heights, QC. For inquiries, call 929-3191 or e-mail magnetgalleries@gmail.com.

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CCP honors Rizal, young artists

The Cultural Center of the Philippines observes the 150th birth anniversary of Dr. Jose Rizal on June 19 by honoring young artists who epitomize the National Hero’s dedication and idealism.

Ronald Jeresano holds “Manhid,” which is on view until Aug. 21 at the Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino, third floor hallway, CCP.

One such work pays tribute to Rizal as a figure of fragile hope in a child’s future. “Manhid” is presented in cooperation with Nineveh Art Space.

J Pacena II curates “Kulo,” an all-Thomasian art exhibit, featuring works that reflect on Rizal’s complexity as an educator, ideologue, and revolutionary. The show runs until Aug. 21.

“To Whom It May Concern” by Ronald Jeresano

Contributing to this ephemeral tribute to Rizal and the youth are Boy Agimat, Epjey, Egg, Exld, Whoop, Kookoo, Tawnie, Nemo, Ver, Tripp, Ungga, Wesndestroy, and Jood.

For information, call 832-3702 and 832-1125.

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Neal Oshima at Silverlens Gallery

Neal Oshima showcases distant landscapes embraced by the sea, still waters where mangroves nest, portraits of rivers, and the ripples that run through the surface in “Wet,” which is on view until June 25 at Silverlens Gallery, seconf loor, YMC Bldg. II, 2320 Pasong Tamo Ext., Makati City.

For details, call 816-0044, e-mail manage@silverlensphoto.com or visit www.silverlensphoto.com.

Photo by Neal Oshima

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 ‘Jose Rizal Figuras’ at SM Art Center

6 O’Clock Habit Group members Aleah Angeles, Chester Calayag, Jayson Cortez, Anton Mallari, Edwin Martinez, Jessie Mondares, Joel Quiñones, Kim Jerome Santiago, Bryan Teves, Cyril Turao, and Black Jack Group’s Peter Alcazar, Jay Bermudez, Rey Bollozos, Reynard Borillo, Ronson Culibrina, Aubrey Fajardo, Isadore Lerio, Gualberto Licong Jr., John Marin, Gino Nagret, Rommel Sampana, Jukus Sepada, Jay Torres, Papi Umali, and Rodney Yap; Jong Tangiday, and guest artists Froilan Calayag, Joey Cobcobo, Joel Mendez, Papajack, Steve De Leon and Ronald Ventura muse upon the life story of Dr. Jose Rizal in “Jose Rizal Figuras,” which is on view until June 14 at the fourth floor, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City.

The show, curated by Dr. Joel Mendez, is presented by Mendez Big and Small Art Gallery in celebration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s 150th birth anniversary.

For inquiries, call 516-3342 or SMS 0917-8482691.

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Jason Magbanua at DesignTalks, Ayala Musuem

Event filmmaker Jason Magbanua steps out from behind the scenes to speak at Ayala Museum’s popular DesignTalks series on June 18 at 1:30 p.m. at Ayala Museum corner Dela Rosa St., Greenbelt Park, Makati City.

Tickets to the lecture is at P300 for adults, discounted to P150 for students, teachers, senior citizens and Ayala Museum members. Museum admission is included in the lecture fee.

For inquiries, call 757-7117 local 24 to 35 or e-mail education@ayalamuseum.org.

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Demetrio dela Cruz at Boston Gallery

Demetrio dela Cruz craftily uses the display window to tackle a multitude of issues — from environmental damage to drug trafficking and the sale of women’s bodies — in “Showcase,” which opens on June 11 at Boston Art Gallery, 72 Boston St., corner Lantana St., Cubao, QC. The show runs until June 28.

“Juan Tamad” by Demetrio dela Cruz

For details, call 722-9205.

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Raul Isidro at Galerie Anna

Raul Isidro takes viewers to memories of his recent visit to Europe in “Andorra,” which opens on June 8 at Galerie Anna, fourth floor, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City. The show runs until June 21.

For inquiries, call 470-2511, 470-9869, e-mail galerie.anna@ yahoo.com or visit www. galerieanna.com.

“Black Mountain” by Raul Isidro

AYALA MUSEUM CENTER DR. JOSE RIZAL NEAL OSHIMA RAUL ISIDRO RIZAL
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