Kristo Manila, the annual Lenten art exhibit, is now on its ninth year.
The exhibit, titled “A Heritage of Art in Faith,” focuses on the Resurrection.
“The Resurrection completed the mystery of our salvation and redemption; by His death, Christ freed us from sin, and by His Resurrection He restored to us the most important privileges lost by sin,” writes St. Paul (Romans 4:25). “Since the Resurrection had been promised as the main proof of Christ’s Divine mission, it has a greater dogmatic importance than any other fact” (1 Corinthians 15:14).
Participating artists are Pandy Aviado, Manuel Baldemor, Monnar Baldemor, Lydia Velasco, father and son Pasky and Elmer Borlongan, Salvador Ching, Addie Cukingnan, Roel Obemio, Wilfredo Offemaria Jr., Carlito Ortega, Danny Rayos del Sol, Maria Magdamit, Azor Pascoguin, Carlo Ongchangco, Gerrico Blanco, Jinggoy Salcedo, Palma Tayona, Franklin Caña, Volt Contreras, Jill Posadas, Cathy Lasam, Bin Samonte, Gino Teoseco, Louie Ignacio, Norlie Meimban, Rex Tatlonghari, Robert Deniega, Dante Lerma, Yveese Belen, Mark Arcamo, Janelle Tang, Edwin Jumalon, Venirando Cenizal, Felix Amoncio, Erwin Mallari, Janddie Castillo and Farley del Rosario, among others.
Presented by The Artery Manila, “A Heritage of Art in Faith” opens April 16 at Art Center, SM Megamall, Mandaluyong City.
Call Gallery Nine at 9108016 or 0922-8223369 for more details.