Gallery News: Martin Honasan and Rene Cuvos at Boston Art Gallery

(The Philippine Star) - October 12, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Martin Honasan and Rene Cuvos hold simultaneous shows — “Shadows of Things to Come” and “Groundwork,” respectively — which are on view at Boston Art Gallery, 72 Boston St., Cubao, QC.

In “Shadows of Things to Come,” Honasan depicts the innate desire of people to be morally upright.

In “Groundwork,” Cuvos showcases small paintings featuring new characters inspired by cartoons and illustrations from comic books.

For inquiries, call 722-9205.

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Patricia Tan at Ricco-Renzo Gallery

Patricia Tan holds her solo show “Color Genesis,” which opens on Oct. 22 at Ricco-Renzo Gallery, Suite 206, LRI Design Plaza, 210 N. Garcia St., Bel Air II, Makati City.

For details, call 898-2545.

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‘Papelismo #6’ at Nova Gallery

Renato Habulan, Benjie Torrado Cabrera, Eugene Cubillo, Melvin Culaba, Thomas Daquioag, Antipas Delotavo, Egai Talusan Fernandez, Manny Garibay, Renato Habulan, Pablo Baen Santos and Pinggot Zulueta continue their art series on paper with “Papelismo #6,” which opens on Nov. 14 at Nova Gallery, Warehouse 12A, La Fuerza Plaza Compound, 2241 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City. The show runs until Nov. 30.

The group has been exhibiting around Metro Manila since 2012.

For inquiries, call 659-3697.

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Two shows at BenCab Museum

BenCab Museum presents two shows — “Bu-LOLZ” by Leeroy New and “Passages” by Ambie Abaño, Villia Jefremovas and Fara Manuel — which are on view until Nov. 29 and Nov. 10 at Gallery Indigo and Print Gallery, respectively, of BenCab Museum, Km. 6 Asin Road, Tuba, Metro Baguio.

“Bu-LOLZ” is New’s attempt at a dialogue of contexts with the museum’s extensive collection of bulols.

In “Passages,” Abaño offers glimpses of the particular that are often taken for granted in lieu of the general; Jefremovas casts through portals when people are focused on the journey and destination, yet ignore the openings that one has to pass; while Manuel engages with the seemingly unmoving landscapes in her quest for natural state(s) of woman.

For inquiries, call (074) 442-7165 or visit www.bencabmuseum.org.

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Babeth Lolarga at The Sanctuary Gallery in Baguio

Babeth Lolarga holds her ninth solo show “Sampayan Blues,” which opens on Oct. 14 at The Sanctuary Gallery of the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary (MES), 25 North Sto. Tomas Road, Campo Sioco, Baguio. The show runs until Nov. 14.

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Arnold Bornios at Kulay Diwa Gallery

Arnold Bornios explores the psychic dimensions of separation from one’s land of birth and his allegiance to a new adapted country, where a critical transition of personal history takes place, either as trauma or triumph of the self in “Crossroads,” which is on view until Nov. 10 at Kulay Diwa Gallery, 25 Lopez Ave., Lopez Village, Sucat, Parañaque.

For information, call 826-0574.

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Giselle Kasilag at Prism Gallery

Giselle Kasilag celebrates her love for words and images in her second solo photography show titled “Short Stories: An Exhibit of Photographs and Fiction in a Hurry,” which is on view until Oct. 24 at Prism Gallery, Island Tower Condominium, Salcedo St. corner Benavides St., San Lorenzo, Makati.

For details, call 886-3947.

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