Near-forgotten inner stories, buried in the artists’ sub-conscious, tinged with adult pathos and awakenings of nostalgia, a melancholia for a more innocent romantic time and an adventure across borders of quantum time and space—all these are explored in the exhibit, “The Untold.”
The Center for Art, New Ventures & Sustainable Development (Canvas), in partnership with Project Bakawan, presents “If Trees Could Talk,” an environment-themed group exhibition featuring the works of 27 of the country’s most promising and admired young artists.
By Lester G. Babiera
Dayaw, the national celebration of indigenous cultural communities, will be held October in three locations in the three major island groups, according to the National Commission for Culture and the Arts.
By Dexter R. Matilla
In keeping true to its aim to make art accessible to all, the Metropolitan Museum of Manila has launched a benefit exhibition gathering more than 200 art pieces in different mediums. The MET Open 2014, which opened Sept. 21 and will run until Oct. 4, will feature paintings, sculptures, mixed-media works, ceramics, art installations […]
By Alyosha J. Robillos
ManilArt 2014 next month will feature an exhibit on surrealism by local and foreign artists. “Endangered Visions,” organizers said, will focus on “the Surreal, the Visionary and the Fantastic as a means to counterbalance an art world driven by a rapacious market with something more contemplative, subtle and challenging.”