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The collective works of Susan Fetalvero-Roces, Imelda Cajipe Endaya, Maria Victoria Rufino, Rosario Bitanga and Lenore RS Lim

Gallery: ‘Visual Interpolations’ at Art Anton

Art Anton presents “Visual Interpolations,” a group show featuring the works of the following Thomasian artists: Rosario Bitanga, Juno Galang, Edgar Doctor, Raul Isidro, Ramon Orlina, Anita del Rosario, Fil Delacruz, Jess Flores, Lydia Velasco, Marge Organo, Elmer Dumlao, Anna de Leon, Lisa Villaseñor, Chris Pizarro, Jaime Nepomuceno, Richard Buxani, Meneline Wong, Milmar Onal, Juert Asejo, Janos Delacruz, Summer de Guia and Rona Marinas.

“Visual Interpolations” is organized by Ms. Marissa Pe Yang, president of the University of Santo Tomas-College of Fine Arts and Design Alumni Association, which aims to bring the whole Thomasian community of artists together. This exhibition aims to showcase generational practices and styles embodied by Thomasian seniors, midcareer, and up-and-coming young artists. The show runs until Sept. 24. (Art Anton is at G/F, S Maison, Conrad Hotel, Marina Way, SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, 1300 Metro Manila; tel. 88513086; email [email protected])

“Higher Heights” by Ramon Orlina

‘Appassionata II’ at Galerya Amalia

The concept is the driving force that propels the works of five women artists, who have banded together as a group known as Appassionata Artists. They are Rosario Bitanga, Imelda Cajipe Endaya, Lenore RS Lim, Susan Fetalvero-Roces and Maria Victoria Rufino. The virtual and live exhibition runs from Sept. 18 to Oct. 18. (Galerya Amalia is at 2/F, The Filipino Village, 1707 Islands, Ayala Malls Manila Bay, Macapagal Avenue corner Aseana Avenue, Parañaque City, 1707 Metro Manila; tel. 0917-7212949.)

“Ulterior Space II” by Elmer Dumlao
“Reflections on Serendipity” by Rosario Bitanga