Artist creates an installation out of dried leaves she collected for the past 4 years.
Humans never stopped yearning for new images – imaginations, writings on the wall, a stain, a splatter, some cloud formations, and many more — all these randomly and infinitely generate visuals and forms that tickle the mind to seek for what lies beyond. Have we seen everything? What other visuals can excite our eyes?
text by: Colleen Leannbert F. Mariño
Dog ticks as an art subject may be pretty odd for a few but surprisingly not to Dex Fernandez.
Growing up as a kid, he would spend hours of catching rampant “garapatas” all over their house with his siblings. Then they would continue to follow them as they crawl at the tables, onto the television set until reaching the curtains, and drown them in gasoline after thinking they have collected them all. This eerie adventure actually brought Dex to where he is really destined for, the art world.
Space Encounters Gallery takes on a languid mood with This Land Is Your Land, a pastoral exhibit that features nostalgic paintings by revered Filipino realists like Cesar Buenaventura, Oscar Navarro, Crispin Lopez, Loreto Racuya, and Martin Catolos, who founded the Tanay Artist Group. Works of Jose Hernandez, Ramon Peralta, Oskar Ramos, and Jose Pereira are also on display.
Gateway Gallery presents the second exhibit for the year 2018: Vestigium, Scriptorium, the fourth solo exhibit of Geronimo Cristobal. In his latest exhibit, Cristobal presents new works of 8 paintings and 12 drawings that truly reflect the era of modernity.
Gateway Gallery presents the second exhibit for the year 2018: Vestigium, Scriptorium, the fourth solo exhibit of Geronimo Cristobal. In his latest exhibit, Cristobal presents new works of 8 paintings and 12 drawings that truly reflect the era of modernity. His “unprogrammed free abstraction” summarizes a compositional aesthetic that speaks of a weightless gesture and liberating brushstroke on a large format canvas.