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"WIND Storm" Series II, by Cid Reyes

Visual Arts

Cid Reyes at Ricco Renzo

"WIND Storm" Series II, by Cid Reyes
“WIND Storm” Series II, by Cid Reyes

CURRENTLY on view at Ricco Renzo Gallery is a collection of works by artist-critic Cid Reyes, titled “Wind Storm Series.”

Reyes explores the surface dynamics of texture through gestural manipulation of materials that become expressive of the forces and energies of nature.

Ricco Renzo Gallery is at Suite 206, LRI Design Plaza, N. Garcia, Bel-Air 2, Makati City. Call 8982545.

Ulama at ArtInformal

"BLUE Dots in the Sky," by Angel Ulama
“BLUE Dots in the Sky,” by Angel Ulama

“UNFAMILIAR,” featuring 24 new paintings by Angel Ulama is on view until July 4 in ArtInformal gallery.

Her abstracts are predominant white canvases smeared with blue dots and specks of yellow to a gradation of white—off whites to grays working alongside the restraint within the realm of monochromatic hues.

ArtInformal is at 277 Connecticut St., Greenhills East, Mandaluyong City. Call 7258518 or 0918-8992698.

Ambeth Ocampo to lecture on José Rizal

RENOWNED historian Ambeth Ocampo pieces together the image of national hero José Rizal through the Lopez Museum and Library’s extensive Filipiniana collection in his lecture, “Rizal Without the Overcoat: The Lopez Collection of Rizaliana,” on July 4, 2-4 p.m.

In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of his best-selling work, “Rizal Without the Overcoat,” Ocampo recounts his life-changing first visit to the Lopez Museum when he was a college freshman in 1980.

Looking through the breadth of rare books, maps and paintings by 19th-century Filipino artists, he became intimate with Rizal’s letters and correspondences, and photographs.

Expect an afternoon filled with his witty narratives, unconventional anecdotes and a distinct perspective on Philippine history.

An award-winning writer, Ocampo writes a column for the Inquirer and is associate professor at Ateneo de Manila University.

Registration fee for the lecture is P135.00 for adults and P115.00 for students and members of the Museum Membership Program. It includes admission and a guided tour of the exhibitions. Gourmet Farms Inc. will also serve freshly brewed coffee during the lecture.

There are limited seats. Contact Tina or Kinna at 6312417 or e-mail [email protected] for reservations. Lopez Museum is located at the ground floor of Benpres Building, Exchange Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

Herzon, Rhea de la Rosa hold joint art exhibit, workshop

"SERVING with Style," by Herzon de la Rosa
“SERVING with Style,” by Herzon de la Rosa

Herzon de la Rosa and Rhea de la Rosa, children of the late great artist Ibarra de la Rosa and full-fledged artists in their own right, are holding an exhibit at the VUE Gallery until July 12. They will also hold a short-term art workshop.

VUE Gallery is at 215 Wilson St., Greenhills, San Juan City (near McDonald’s). For inquiries, call 5465928.

‘Katorse’ at Arte Pintura

"COLOR My World," by Addie Cukingnan
“COLOR My World,” by Addie Cukingnan

“Katorse Ab Initio” is a melange of the artistry of 14 women-artists at the Arte Pintura Gallery, The Address Condominium, Wack-Wack Road, Mandaluyong City. Participating artists are Monette Alvarez, Khristina Manansala, Margarita Lim, Addie Cukingnan, Maria Candida Flores, Jane Arrieta Ebarle, Des Inosanto, Jenny Cortez, Connie Cabalar, Ayen Quias, Charmaine Cristobal, Anafe Nemenzo, Tere Buier and Jeanette Kamphuis.

For more information, call 6310898 or e-mail [email protected]

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