Gallery News: Raffy T. Napay at ArtistSpace, Ayala Museum
(The Philippine Star) - November 23, 2015 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Raffy T. Napay brings the viewer to a stark confrontation with the sea and the human heart in “See and Silence,” which is on view until Dec. 3 at ArtistSpace, Ayala Museum, Makati Ave. corner De La Rosa St., Makati City.

For details, call 759-8288 or email artistspace@ayalafoundation.org.

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Jinggoy Salcedo at Galerie Francesca

Jinggoy Salcedo reflects on the milestones of his career in “Reflections,” which opens tomorrow at Galerie Francesca, fourth floor, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City. The show runs until Dec. 6.

For information, call 570-9495, email galeriefrancesca.mega@gmail.com. or visit www.galeriefrancesca.com.

‘Narrative Structure’ at Finale Art File

Bulacan-based artists Welbart, Jayson Cortez, Abi Dionisio and Edwin Martinez explore the use of assymmetrical painting formats in “Narrative Structure,” which is on view until Dec. 4 at the Tall Gallery, Finale Art File, Warehouse 17, La Fuerza, 2241 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City.

For inquiries, call 813-2310 or visit www.finaleartfile.com.

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Annabelle Cadiz at Galerie Anna

Annabelle Cadiz invokes the elements of air, water, land and light in “Tranquility, Ripples and the Absolute,” which opens on Dec. 4 at Galerie Anna, fourth floor, The Artwalk, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City. The show runs until Dec. 18.

For information, call 470-9869.

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Stuart Dee at The Crucible

Stuart Dee presents a visual documentation of the ruins of the ancient Cambodian temples in “Creative Destruction: Images of Angkor Wat,” which opens tomorrow at The Crucible Gallery, fourth floor, The Artwalk, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City. The show runs until Dec. 8.

For inquiries, call 635-6061.

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Martin Genodepa at University of the Philippines-Visayas

University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) professor Martin Genodepa reinterprets one artwork’s theme into another artwork in “Duyan Ka Ng Magiting,” which is on view until Dec. 3 at the Miag-ao, Iloilo campus, UPV.

The installation hanging on the main pillars of the facade of the building — facing the flagpole and the Oblation — consists of several pieces of duyan (rattan hammock), inspired by a line in Lupang Hinirang.

For details, call  (033) 337-9159 or email cca_upv@yahoo.com.

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‘Dagdagop: A Gathering’ at Cafe by the Ruins

Dr. Philip del Carmen, a pediatrician at St. Luke’s Hospital, presents a visual narrative of life in the Cordilleras in a benefit exhibit titled “Dagdagop: A Gathering,” which is on view until Feb. 19 at Cafe by the Ruins in Baguio.

Proceeds of the show will benefit the children of indigent families in the highlands who need medical care.

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‘Homage to APEC’ at Mendez Big and Small

Mendez Big and Small Gallery showcases a visual representation of the countries that participated in the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in  Manila in “Homage to APEC,” which is on view until Nov. 30 at Mendez Big and Small Gallery, fourth floor, The Artwalk, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City.

Participating artists are Aleah Angeles, Qric Batilaran, Kenneth Batubatan, Aubrey Caabay, Nino Cubacub, Nelson Duyan, Bryan Defio and Juan de Mesa.

For details, call or SMS 0917-8870088.

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‘Reliquaries’ at Galerie Anna

Rex Dasig Aguilar, Dennis Atienza, Vincent Balandra, Robert Besana, Jood Clarino, Marionne Cotreras, Rai Cruz, Michael Munoz, Paolo Icasas, Paul Eric Roca and Anthony Victoria hold “Reliquaries,” which is on view until Dec. 2 at Galerie Anna, fourth floor, The Artwalk, SM Megamall A, Mandaluyong City.

The artworks featured allude to the themes of death and immortality, religiosity and spiritual struggles, and human aspirations to sainthood.

For information, call 470-2511.

 

 

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