By Lester Babiera
In connection with the 116th Independence Day of the Philippines, Art+ Magazine teams up with The Podium to present an exhibition of the works of National Artists Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Arturo Luz and Abdulmari Imao, and those by Presidential Medal of Merit honoree Juvenal Sansó on the second level of the mall, until June 12.
By Reuben Ramas Cañete
The late ’60s is often called the Psychedelic Era, when philosophical explorations by thinkers like Timothy Leary and Alan Watts celebrated the emerging chemical-influenced culture as a means of expanding the mind’s consciousness.
Set in CebuBy Cybill Gayatin
, Kaye Sala
We were extremely excited when we found out that Juvenal Sansó was coming to Cebu. We’ve heard so much about the world-renowned, multiawarded living art legend—that it seemed as surreal as his bright, dreamlike landscapes that he would actually hold an exhibit of his personal collection at Qube Gallery’s first anniversary and grace the affair.
Internationally-renowned Manila-based artist Juvenal Sansó presents another dimension of his highly creative oeuvre by presenting 26 abstract works in “Sansó Abstract,” on Feb. 18 -26, at the second level of The Podium on ADB Avenue in Mandaluyong City.
In celebration of Juvenal Sansó’s 65th year in art, Fundacion Sansó will hold an exhibit of rare Sansó works from the 1980s and the 1990s, titled “Rare and Essential Sansó.”