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Shadow Dance

Hitoshi Kanamura

July 20 - August 19, 2017

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Langit Lupa

David Viray

July 20 - August 19, 2017

In Langit Lupa, the artist, David Ryan Viray, exhibits an overview of his influences that shaped him as an individual. The series of images showcased in every artwork is a reminiscent of how state and religion mold his beliefs and preferences. It is a depiction of social and spiritual manifestations of the artist’s character.

Crack In The Wall

Mariano Ching

July 20 - August 19, 2017

Welcome to Mariano Ching’s Crack In The Wall. Ching’s work has always been the lingua-franca of counterculture—a frisson-inciting cornucopia of post-punk sentiment and at the same time a channeling of Fluxus with the friendly wink of Chuck Jones and Tex Avery’s anti-Disney aesthetics.

Sakal

Vladimir Grutas

July 20 - August 19, 2017

This conceptual installation art, titled SAKAL, is an invitation to critical thinking: how does text (whether language, images, or objects) generate meaning? The installation is also an invitation for self-reflection on the process of meaning-making. How do we comprehend or attribute meaning? Is it in relation to our personal histories? Can there be a universal or natural meaning?

Backroom

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Wipo

Untitled

Acrylic on canvas 20 x 16 inches 2017

Exhibitions

Upcoming

Raffy Napay

Opening Reception

Wednesday

20th September

6pm

Gallery 1

Demosthenes Campos

Opening Reception

Wednesday

20th September

6pm

Gallery 2

Gene Paul Martin

Opening Reception

Wednesday

20th September

6pm

Gallery 3

Julio Austria

Opening Reception

Wednesday

20th September

6pm

Gallery 4