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Indonesian Roby Dwi Antono and Filipino Maxine Syjuco’s surreal worlds collide

/ 03:13 AM September 24, 2018

“The Drowning Room 1,” by Maxine Syjuco

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

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“Murni (Pure),” by Roby Dwi Antono

“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.

Call 9405726 or e-mail inquiry.galeriestephanie@gmail.com.

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