Aguinaldo at Duemila
GALLERIA Duemila presents Inima III, an exhibit of prints by Baguio-based artist Leonardo Aguinaldo. “Inima,” is Ilocano for hand-pressed. He shows activism through striking black and white woodcut and linocut compositions, which seemingly resemble tattoos. The pieces that portray imposed industrialization in the Cordilleras.
Show runs until Aug. 31.
Galleria Duemila is at 120 Loring St., Pasay City.
Nuyda, Aviado, Wilwayco at BenCab
“Fourplay II,” a group exhibit featuring paintings by Justin Nuyda, Virgilio Aviado and Edwin Wilwayco, is on view at Gallery Indigoat the BenCab Museum.
“Madonna,” featuring paintings by BenCab, can be seen at the Print Gallery.
Shows are on view until Oct. 4.
BenCab Museum is at Km. 6 Asin Road, Tuba, Benguet. Call 0920-5301954; visit www.bencabmuseum.org
Gabito at Ayala
“Ignore the Noise,” Dino Gabito’s second solo show, runs Aug. 14-27, at ArtistSpace, Ayala Museum.
The paintings are a visual biography that tell of Gabito’s life so far as a young artist.
Ayala Museum is at Makati Ave., Makati City. Call 0922-8638768; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sy at 1335 Mabini
Dexter Sy’s solo exhibition “Identity Crisis” opens Aug. 15 in 1335 Mabini.
With his trademark ornate aesthetic, Sy continues to articulate the flux of identity in a cross-cultural milieu. A Chinese-Filipino, Sy illustrates the apparent yet tolerated dysfunction arising from such diverse heritage in satirical fashion.
Simultaneous exhibits at Mabini are Jose Luis Singson’s “Suspension of Disbelief.” Both shows run until Sept. 11.
1335Mabini is at A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila. Call 2548498; e-mail email@example.com.
Ramos at Galileia
“Contemplating Ethereal Existence” is Fernando Ramos Jr. first one-man show. It opens Aug. 8. The show runs until Aug. 20.
Art Galileia is at Serendra, Unit 2C08, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City.
Textiles at MET
“Renaissance,” an exhibition on textiles runs until Sept. 12, at the Tall Galleries of Metropolitan Museum of Manila.
Renaissance presents a broad spectrum of textile pieces that reflect on a sense of worldliness and interconnectivity with distinct cultures and localities. Traditional designs, weaves and processes from communities of common folk are refocused for contemporary adaptations.
Exhibit gathers different artists and curators from Asia, South America and Europe to promote interconnectivity and unity of cultures through textile arts, crafts and fashion,
Metropolitan Museum of Manila is at Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex, Roxas Boulevard, Manila. Call 7087828; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘In Transit’ at CCP
“In Transit” is a multimedia group exhibit that runs until Sept. 20 at Bulwagang Fernando Amorsolo (Small Gallery) at Cultural Center of the Philippines.
Exhibit looks into the creative process and the relationship between visual art and music.
The musician-artist pairings are Jazel Kristin, Alex Toucourt, Geric Cruz; Armi Millare, Kanna Magosaki, Caliph8, Geloy Concepcion, Catalina Africa, Plet and Coke Bolipata, Nina Lassila; Earthmover, Vermont Coronel Jr., The Edralins, Elaine Bobadilla, Erwin Fajardo, Mimi Tecson; Jon Romero, Kabunyan de Guia; Mayaewk, Emmanuel Santos, Melody del Mundo, Robert Alejandro; Micaela Benedicto, Michael Benedicto (Outerhope), Mia Casal; Monochrome, Ryan Villamael; Nickodemus, Bru Sim; Pastilan Dong!, Rogie Navilla; Richard Tuason, Ronald Caringal; Roberdam, Bjorn Calleja; Syke, England Hidalgo; Wassim Qassis, Eugenia Alcaide.