Daluyong | October 12-14, 2018, Kuala Lumpur

Southeast Asia Special Exhibition of Art Expo Malaysia 2018: Eskinita Art Gallery Presents “Daluyong” by Brenda Fajardo and Imelda Cajipe Endaya.
Given the privilege for creativity and cultural exchange, Eskinita Art Gallery proudly represented two of the most notable artists in the Philippines. This celebration of courage and truth through their eyes has allowed a meaningful involvement in the international arena.

Bayluhanay I | October 6 – November 16, 2018

With Iloilo at the peak of its looming participation in the art scene, Eskinita Art Gallery presents Bayluhanay – a show in partnership with the Molo Mansion that aims to showcase a series of exchanges between provincial artists and artists from Metro Manila. The goal is to formulate an art scene for the artists in the province through an avenue where they can showcase their skills while simultaneously gaining an in depth understanding of each party’s different cultures and individual techniques.

Ortigas Art Festival | February 23 – March 26, 2018

Eskinita Art Gallery presents Eskinita Kontemporaryo, a retrospect of our 2017 exhibits and a bold prediction of contemporary art’s future trends. Founded by Alfredo “Eski” Esquillo, the gallery is an alternative platform and artist’s intervention in the art scene that continues to grow, evolve, and complicate. As Eskinita Art Gallery looks towards the future of contemporary art, this exhibit is a showcase of the Philippines’ current crop of rising artists as they tackle a variety of different topics in our current events.

SA PULA, SA PUTI | November 27 – December 18, 2021

This November, Eskinita Art Gallery features ‘Sa Pula, Sa Puti’, a group exhibit showcasing the works of Kalye Kolektib with artists Dennis Atienza, Robert Besana, Rai Cruz, Alfredo Esquillo, Arvi Fetalvero, Ivy Floresca, Kirby Roxas, Ioannis Sicuya and Anthony Victoria.

Crossover | February 8 – February 25, 2020

The act of moving from one point to another becomes the central theme among the works of the nine artists in this exhibition. However, ”Crossover” does not simply look at the physical action of this undertaking. Here, the different narratives shared by the artists through their works denote how they reflect within their personal lives and surroundings in finding meaning to memories, thoughts, and actions.

Nevertheless | February 8 – February 25, 2020

Borsoto spent his early days in an inactive barrio. Walking in almost empty streets, and clinging to his own alternate world, he had set his heart solely to his creative sensibilities. The works Panic I and Panic II serve as a testament to this, as they are works the artist used to cope with during his panic attacks. He, then, treasured the little moments that saved him from the abyss that almost seemingly appeared to him as his absolute reality. In Nevertheless, he reconciles these moments and manifests a definite way in which the bleakness of his own barrio actually did more than inflict an unmerited distress. It incited him to rise above himself, and see the more of what the world can promise.

Turla, Macj

Ordoyo, Alex

Lazaruz, Mccoy

Laza, Mark