Indulge in more extraordinary experiences this anniversary month by witnessing the finest artistic displays of Filipino talent at the Rustan’s for the Arts exhibit on the 2nd Level, Gallerie, at Rustan’s Makati. Take home masterpieces from local artists, Markus Jentes, Thea Quiachon, Ian Sapang, and Pauline Luz Sotto.
Contemporary Istanbul is pleased to announce the list of exhibitors taking part in its 17th edition, which will be held between September 17-22, 2022. The main partner of Contemporary Istanbul is Akbank.
Janos Delacruz’s drawings is an assemblage of random lines and patterns. An unfiltered brainstorm of a surreal idea from an incomplete dream to a fully rendered work on paper. As he transforms his work from one medium to another, the artworks will also evolve (affected by limitation / advantages of the material but also the temperament of the creator).
Jakarta’s international art fair is back! From 26 to 28 August 2022, Art Jakarta returns to Jakarta Convention Center, Senayan.
Admit it, Instagram has been part of our daily visual experience. Snapping and sharing of ‘IG-worthy’ photos is like an open diary for every user.
Following two recent exhibits in the Philippines on historical and political art, the artist shares thoughts on what the future may hold for the arts and how artists can do their part.
The largest annual contemporary art event in Indonesia, ARTJOG will be back at the Jogja National Museum (JNM), 7 July – 4 September 2022. With Expanding Awareness as its title, this year’s edition is the estuary of the ARTJOG arts-in-common series which has been held since 2019 in triplet thematic ‘space’ ‘time’ and ‘awareness’.
Crimson Resort and Spa, Boracay presents the 50 Shades of Blue art exhibition.
The Empty Chair Project, the groundbreaking fundraising exhibition by the Visual Arts Helping Hands Foundation, where 58 of the most in demand contemporary artists transformed the humble chair to be statements in support of mental health, is having a reprise at the Art Lounge Manila at the Podium from July 11 to 30, 2022.
To coincide with the 124th celebration of Philippine Independence, Gateway Gallery mounted an exhibit titled Map to Freedom that presents the development of cartographic visualization of the Philippines from the 1500s to the present time.