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Jinggoy Buensuceso, Rebellion in Galleria Duemila Inc.

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Jinggoy BuensucesoJinggoy Buensuceso explores the multiple dimensions of raging ideas and emotions in his solo show entitled Rebellion.

In Rebellion, the artist takes you on a tumultuous journey from the birth of a powerful idea that consumes an individual, the building pressure and force that makes people come together and move as one organism for a common passion and cause, the powerful release of tension and expression of freedom, to the quiet yet indelible aftermath which serves as a potent force within each and one of us. This potent force, when triggered ignites the vigorous cycle once more.

Last Updated on Friday, 27 June 2014 14:39

In a state of Panic : Nune Alvarado at Ysobel Gallery

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Nunelucio “ Nune”  AlvaradoIn this show Panic at Ysobel Gallery, Nunelucio “ Nune”  Alvarado takes on issues of urban chaos, frivolous lifestyles and dependence on material happiness and the demons of compulsive excesses  while effectively engages a nagging call to go back to organic and simple ways.

Particularly, these artworks also call to mind a discernable visage of the panic and devastation of Typhoon Hyan/Yolanda which directly connects man’s propensity for excesses.   As an artistic investigation on society, these works also collectively provide a point of departure to look at the artist’s own state of mind and creative process.

Nunelucio Alvarado has been known for his seminal cubistic work on canvas but now takes a slight shift to smaller works on pen and ink.  The show is a visual feat that demonstrates his dexterous skills and commitment to details.  As always, he engages an incessant interplay of meaning and representation so characteristic to his work in any medium he commits his artistic labor.

For more information, please call Mark Tiongco 0928-5071117 at  or Philip Paraan at 0915 205 33 82

Last Updated on Friday, 27 June 2014 14:57

Lethal Dose by Tristram Miravalles

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Tristram MiravallesLiving, dying – a daily lethal dose

He is so vulnerable. Man is.

His vulnerabilities grow deep in these times of despair. He walks through a sphere of loneliness, oppression, inequality, shallowness, and ambiguity…hands hanging loose, feet dangling at the edge of uncertainties and melee.

Known for his visual introspection of the dark experiences and struggles, Tristram Miravalles strips man down to his most evil side - a brutally honest exposition of his furtive potentials to destroy the world, others, and his very self. In this third solo exhibit, Tristram dares to dissect the pits of his core and tips the light above those that which moral society labels as deviants.

As the light illuminates each image, the artist and the viewer looks inward, untangling the dark webs of personal downfalls, capital sins, and rotten intentions.He gives the centerstage to those who dance between guilt and guiltlessness. And in every piece of grim existence, he dares to unravel his own frailties.

“The devil is not as black as he is painted.”

“Lethal Dose” runs from the 25th of April to the 6th of May. For inquiries, please call/email 09285071117, 09332227952 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Friday, 27 June 2014 14:56

Manila Art 2012

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Ronald Ventura Bringing together 46 galleries, representing over 400 artists and 1,400 works of art, MANILA ART opened its doors at the SMX Convention Center last October 3-6, 2012.

Now on its 4th year, the Manila International Art Fair or best known as ManilART has gained the reputation of being the best venue to take in the finest in Philippine visual art. It is a one-stop art event that every visual art enthusiast shouldn’t miss.

A platform where artworks of the country’s very best visual artists are on display in the likes of Ronald Ventura, Rodel Tapaya, Charlie Co, Winner Jumalon, Emmanuel Garibay, Vincent de Pio, Rom Villaseran, Onib Olmedo, Gus Albor, lee Aguinaldo, Marcel Antonio, Dominic Rubio; to National Artists Arturo Luz, Jose Joya, Ang Kiukok, J. Elizalde Navaro, Abdulmari Imao and Presidential Medal of Merit awardee Juvenal Sanso.


Last Updated on Sunday, 29 June 2014 17:15

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