Fashion and Beauty

An exhibition of multidisplinary art forms

MY LIPS ARE SEALED...SOMETIMES - Maurice Arcache - The Philippine Star
An exhibition of multidisplinary art forms
Mic Rahman (center) with Berg Go of Gallery Ninety (left), Charisse Go
STAR/ File

Mongrel: Fracted Identity” is the product of Mic Rahman’s introspective impressions of street culture and its continuously flourishing identity. Through his artistic process of experimental narration, displayed both as visual and performed compositions, Rahman portrays conflicting cultural and even personal nuances with pervasive honesty.

As an artist, Rahman is compelled to produce work that surpasses mundane representations, palanggas. His pieces aim to identify and expose the disparity of the divided societal landscape, embodied in a decidedly creative approach to stimulate positive discourse. Through his multidisciplinary methods, Rahman’s convey the limitless potential of his intended communal dialogue.

Gallery Ninety in Baguio City

A “mongrel,” by definition, is a dog of no definable breed. Rather than framing the word as a derogatory expression, a demeaning label, or a scathing insult, the artist embraces the stigma of being a stray.

“Jungle Beat

“Mongrel: Fracted Identity” by Mic Rahman, in partnership with Casa Luningning,  is on view until Sept. 2 at Gallery Ninety, 30 CM Recto St, Baguio City.

For inquiries, call 0917-8268228 or email [email protected]


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