Lockdown Memoirs II is an extension of the first one. It further explores the emergence of despair as a manifestation of people’s trauma, sentiments, and hardships during a pandemic. The exhibition reflects the artists’ passion for life — the richness it is deemed to possess, and the bitter reality of its fragility.
Lockdown Memoirs explores the emergence of despair as a manifestation of people’s trauma, sentiments, and hardships during a pandemic. The exhibition reflects the artists’ passion for life — the richness it is deemed to possess, and the bitter reality of its fragility.
During the early Renaissance, people have been introduced to an image of an altar that declare the consecration of its contents which are often religious in nature. An altarpiece is then used to represent sacred objects, and symbols that depict Christ, accompanied by a retinue of various holy figures including a titular saint of the church, the Apostles, and the Evangelists. In this exhibit called Payawar, the altarpiece will be used as a symbol of what the artist deem to be the Counterfeits and the False Prophets. They will be the subject of Solano to depict the spurious teachers who promulgate a distorted gospel of lawlessness and a Church motivated by greed for power and influence.
Eskinita Art Gallery’s Isko Andrade, Mark Maac, Marvin Quizon, Don Bryan Bunag, Ayu Rika, Atreyu Moniaga, Izal Batubara, Triana Nurmaria and Valdo Manullang goes to Indonesia for a collaborative group exhibition with Kohesi Initiatives
As a reflection of his father’s mentorship, Guerrero’s plight created an inventory of issues, societal struggles, inner conflicts, and personal demons. In a show entitled “Conjoint” he has exhibited various techniques to highlight the influences and tensions of his subjects in relation to the matter of power. The usage of pop culture and mass media sparks the curiosity about the seemingly secret message highlighted through this work and the transmitted peculiar influence on the subject.
SIMULACRA at The Substation, 45 Armenian Street, Singapore
February 2 – February 15, 2019
Alfredo Esquillo | Lui Gonzales | Dondon Jeresano | DengCoy Miel | Leonardo Onia | Arturo Sanchez Jr. | Jojit Solano | Anthony Victoria
A group exhibit by Archie Ruga, Rodel Omampo, Mark Lester Espina, Joen Sudlon, and Dondon Jeresano
Showcasing artworks from galleries, international artists and groups, with the exhibition being designed by Mr. Renato Habulan.
A month-long celebration of the arts with demos and workshops.
A Fine Art Photography Collective by Bern Wong, Jeff Dytuco, Angela Panlilio, Ian Santos, Red Ognita, Raymond Cruz, Marlo Roxas, and Allin Santiago
The movement of inquisition entails a lengthy examination of all books that are in circulation, an investigation and apprehension of all persons suspected of the crime of bigamy, heresy, or any practice that mars the purity of Christian faith. People who are found culpable of said crime is given a corporal or violent punishment. But with this power, ill effects manifest an excessive utilization of its agents to exhaust their privileges and extend their influence for personal ends.