The exhibitions featured embody the movement needed to welcome the year, while embracing a sense of tranquility to bid the past year a farewell.
Just when galleries and museums were starting to open their doors last month, Metro Manila and some parts of the Philippines were put in the strictest lockdown classification again.
The UP Vargas Museum, in partnership with Gallery VER, Silverlens, Angsuvarnsiri, and Kelvin Design, presents Homecoming/Eventually, an exhibition by Nontawat Numbenchapol and Ryan Villamael, curated by Loredana Pazzini-Paracciani.
Curated by Sam Domingo, Delineating Her Dossier: On Nena Saguil and Her Fragments in Paris is part of UP Vargas Museum’s Proto/Para: Rethinking Curatorial Work project.
In partnership with the Aura Contemporary Art Foundation in Bangkok, the UP Vargas Museum (Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center in UP Diliman mounts “Displace, Embody” until February 13, 2021 at the 1st and 3rd Floor galleries.
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