Dominic Rubio marks silver anniversary at The Pen
The Rubio family: Dominic Rubio with wife Vivian (right) and daughters Yumi (left) and Maya (third from left)
Photos by Alex Van Hagen For power MAC Center
Dominic Rubio marks silver anniversary at The Pen
MY LIPS ARE SEALED...SOMETIMES - Maurice Arcache (The Philippine Star) - July 29, 2020 - 12:00am

Dominic Rubio celebrates his silver anniversary as an artist with “Dominic Rubio Mondial,” an interactive show that immerses guests inside his world.

Held at the Rigodon Ballroom of The Peninsula Manila, the exhibit, which promises to be Rubio’s most significant show by far, dahlings, showcases his masterful depiction of the Filipino through an extensive display of paintings and sculptures.

Galerie Joaquin’s Carla and Nico Teotico

Galerie Joaquin managing director Jack Teotico delivered the opening remarks.

Rubio’s famous Filipiniana aesthetic was the eye-catching backdrop of the event. Maya Rubio, the artist’s daughter, showcased two Filipiniana designs inspired by her father’s paintings. Guests checked out Rubio’s paintings and sculptures that depict Old Manila, Chinatown and plantation life. Beautiful, palanggas.

Galerie Joaquin is proud to be a part of Rubio’s career as a visual artist. In fact, “Dominic Rubio Mondial” is also a celebration of the artist and the gallery’s strong relationship.

Check it out, palanggas.

Galerie Joaquin managing director Jack Teotico

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Celina Mendoza, Franco Laurel
Ramon Orlina
Mary Ann and Jose Mari Chan
Rafael Fortus, Ludo Branellec
Drew Naval & Tedrick Yau
Jay Yao Campos III, Abby Teotico
Maya Rubio’s modern Filipiniana creations


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