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Gozum ‘Father & Son’ show

Visual artist and photojournalist Rafael “Boy” Ramos Gozum Jr. and his son Kristoffer Patino Gozum are holding the joint art exhibit, “Father & Son,” at Ka Freddie’s Music Bar & Restaurant (120 Tomas Morato and Kamuning Sts., Quezon City) until Feb. 28. Formally opening the exhibit were former senator Heherson T. Alvarez, Isabela Gov. Bojie Dy III, Freddie Aguilar, Anthony Castelo, Paul Galang and Heber Bartolome. Call 09776344631.

Ventura at Metropolitan Museum of Manila

“Shadow Forest: Encounters and Explorations,” a solo exhibition of Ronald Ventura, runs until March 4, at Metropolitan Museum of Manila.

Curated by Dr. Patrick Flores, it features Ventura’s most significant works in the over 1,000 square meter ground floor gallery space, making it the most comprehensive display of his drawings, prints, figurines and sculptures in different media such as graphite, lithography, fiber glass, steel, lantern and digital image.

Castrillo exhibit extended

Yuchengco Museum has extended the special exhibition “Eduardo Castrillo @ 50: Moving the Legacy Forward” until February.

The exhibition illustrates Castrillo’s legacy of innovation, scale and creativity through rare sculptural pieces and art jewelry. The 360-

degree virtual reality experiences of Castrillo’s historical monuments at the Samsung Digital Gallery on the museum’s third floor reintroduce the monument maker to younger audiences.

Eduardo Castrillo (1942-2016), the awarded nationalist sculptor, jewelry designer, monument maker and pioneering radical in the visual arts who passed away in May 2016, would have marked last year his golden anniversary as an artist.

Yuchengco Museum is at RCBC Plaza, Makati City. Call 8891234; visit