Gallery News: Dexter Sy’s ‘Lineage’ at Boston Gallery
Rosalinda L. Orosa (The Philippine Star) - June 24, 2013 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Boston Gallery presents the works of Dexter Sy in “Lineage,” which opens on June 29, 6 p.m.

In “Lineage,” Sy plays on layer upon layer of portraits to signal the physical features, habits and dispositions parents pass on to their children. The exhibit invites us to question the strength of filial connections, the resilience of traditions and the compounded aspirations for the young to secure ties that bind.

Boston Gallery is located at 72 Boston corner Lantana Sts., Cubao, Quezon City. The exhibit runs until July 16. For inquiries, call 722-9205.

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‘Nature’s Impulse’ at Ayala Museum’s ArtistSpace

Ross Capili’s latest show, “Nature’s Impulse,” on view from June 26 to July 8 at ArtistSpace in Ayala Museum, is a collection of the artist’s intimate encounters with nature, which have also provided him with some of his most deeply aesthetic moments. The show opens on June 26, 6 p.m., at ArtistSpace in Ayala Museum, ground floor, Ayala Museum Annex, Makati Avenue corner de la Rosa Street, Greenbelt Park.

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‘Fragmentos’ at vMeme Contemporary Art Gallery

Francisco M. Verano’s “Fragmentos,” a collection of paintings and sculptures dating back to 1959, is featured at vMeme Contemporary Art Gallery until July 26.

The exhibit unveils 30 paintings and nine sculptures alongside his very first recognized sculpture titled “Stone Idol,” the groundbreaking fragment that jumpstarts the art historical visual ensemble.

The exhibition is guest curated by Sheryll Torres and CreatingSpace Inc. under its Relay Program.

vMeme Contemporary Art Gallery is located at 2C 2nd floor, CK Building, 61 Visayas Avenue, Quezon City. For inquiries, call Avie Felix at 964-5951, 975-0052 or 0917-5685939, or visit and

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‘Christchurch: See Through My Eyes’ at the Yuchengco Museum

The New Zealand Embassy, in cooperation with UNICEF, presents “Christchurch: See Through My Eyes,” which features photographs taken by 24 children from Christchurch, New Zealand illustrating how the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes affected their lives and communities.

The young photographers, aged 11 to 14, participated in workshops led by professional photographer and ICT educator Stuart Hale.

The exhibit runs until July 5 at the Water Dragon Gallery of the Yuchengco Museum in Makati. For information, contact the New Zealand Embassy Manila at 891-5358, Mitch Duran of UNICEF Philippines at 901-0113, or Jingjing Romero at 433-2626.

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