Indonesian Roby Dwi Antono and Filipino Maxine Syjuco’s surreal worlds collide
This September, the surreal worlds of two internationally awarded artists collide in the two-man exhibition, “Criminal Lullabies,” at Galerie Stephanie.
Antono, the Indonesian pop surrealist whose collectors include Japanese contemporary artist Takashi Murakami and American fashion designer Jerry Lorenzo, collaborates with neo-surrealist painter, poet and performance artist Syjuco to explore their individual styles that subvert expectations, find light in darkness and employ children to depict truths of the world. —CONTRIBUTED
“Criminal Lullabies” will have an opening reception on Sept. 26 at 6 p.m., at Galerie Stephanie, 4/F Shangri-La Plaza East Wing, Mandaluyong City. Exhibit runs until Oct. 10.
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