Kawayan de Guia at The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial Of Contemporary Art (APT9)

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Kawayan de Guia at The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT9)

“The hugely ambitious APT series returns to QAGOMA this summer, bringing significant art from across the Asia Pacific to Brisbane. Overflowing with colour and life, this free contemporary art exhibition presents a unique mix of creativity and cross-cultural insight.

Featuring more than 80 artists and groups from over 30 countries, APT9 challenges conventional definitions of contemporary art by asking us to consider its relationship to shifting social structures across the region. Explore a number of never-before-seen installations, paintings, sculptures, photographs and video from emerging and senior artists, together with leading works from Indigenous communities and artists.”

24 NOV 2018 – 28 APR 2019
QAGOMA
Stanley Place, South Brisbane
Queensland 4101, Australia

More information here.

More on Kawayan de Guia here.

Robert Gutierrez – Beneath, Between and Behind at Galerie Nathalie Obadia

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Robert Gutierrez at Galerie Nathalie Obadia

Beneath, Between and Behind
September 8 – October 27, 2018
Cloître St Merri II, Paris

“Galerie Nathalie Obadia is pleased to present Beneath, Between, Behind, Filipino artist Robert Gutierrez’s first solo exhibition in France. On this occasion, the artist invites us to discover his singular universe, situated between abstraction and figuration, mixed with Filipino cultural heritage and other artistic influences (High), and informed by elements of more popular contemporary culture (Low). ”

Image:
Duomo (diptych)
2018
Gouache and pencils on clayboard panel
30 x 45 cm (11 13/16 x 17 23/32 in)

More information here.

Dominic Mangila at the Gwangju Biennale 2018 – Pavilion Project

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“In my installation at Hothouse – the pavilion of the Philippine Contemporary Art Network at the 2018 Gwangju Biennale, I attempt to liquefy the autonomy of the the unique painterly swath and to further break down the pliable borders between television, abstract painting and sculpture.

In the exhibition, I use glass as an essential material that adjoins the spheres of the televisual with the painterly and the sculptural with the pictorial.”

Gwangju Biennal 2018 – Pavilion Project

Philippine Contemporary Art Network (PCAN)/ Leekangha Art Museum and a new art exhibition space in Buk-gu, Gwangju

‘Hothouse’ = The boundaries of natural and artificial, sensibility and space, expressed by Philippine and Gwangju artists

The Philippine Contemporary Art Network will show six Korean and Filipino artists including Mark Salvatus, Indy Paredes, Dominic Mangila, Renz Lee, Lee Kang Ha, Sehyun Lee, under the title, ‘Hothouse.’ The exhibition is planned by Patrick D. Flores, a former curator of the Philippine Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale and one of the curators for “Position Papers” in the 2008 Gwangju Biennale.

The word ‘hothouse’ refers to a structure which triggers exceptionally rapid growth of plant life out of their natural season. A greenhouse is the contact zone between the natural and artificial and an environment made of glass. The exhibition focuses on the situation which takes place at the intersection of the emotional element, ‘hot’ and space, ‘house’.

Excerpt from the Gwangju Biennale 2018 website

Image: screen grab of digital video, courtesy of the artist

 

More information here.https://www.gwangjubiennale.org/en/Board/10138/detailView.do

Alfredo And Isabel Aquilizan: Of Fragments and Impressions at the STPI Creative Gallery and Workshop

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” ‘Of Fragments and Impressions’ is a ground-breaking exhibition staged by STPI and award-winning Brisbane-and Manila-based installation artist duo Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan in conjunction with STPI’s 15th anniversary. Impressive in scale and pivotal in its undertaking, the extensive oeuvres see the prolific artists breaking new frontiers by transforming fragments of their widely-acclaimed temporal installations into permanent material works for the very first time. From a sweeping installation of cardboard pulp and steel metal rods, to gritty shanty town houses constructed with compressed cardboard, to spectacular large-scale cyanotype collages of wings, the artists turned the STPI gallery into a stellar showcase which embodies their decades-long practice.”

Excerpt from STPI

STPI Creative Workshop and Gallery

41 Robertson Quay
Singapore 238236

More information here.

Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan at Bellas Artes Projects

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High Noon at Cagayan Garden
Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan
Curated by Diana Campbell
Opening 7pm, August 15, 2017 at the Bellas Artes Outpost

“Cagayan Garden (2017) takes inspiration from Alfredo Aquilizan’s personal history growing up in Cagayan and his and Isabel’s artistic concerns with displacement, change, memory and community. During their residency in Bataan, Isabel, Alfredo, and their children collected posts of antique Filipino houses that had been relocated to Bataan as part of the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar’s collection of heritage houses. Together with other materials they gathered from the workshops, the result is an exquisite zen inspired garden where one can contemplate the journeys that the houses, and the families who once lived inside them, underwent in order for the garden to come into existence.”

Press from Bellas Artes Project

More information here.

Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan at the Mosman Art Gallery

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” The Bayanihan Philippine Art Project is an exciting multi-arts program presented throughout 2017 in partnership with six key cultural institutions across Sydney. Partners include Mosman Art Gallery, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Blacktown Arts Centre, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Peacock Gallery & Auburn Arts Studio and Museums & Galleries of NSW. A collaborative presentation of multi-arts projects including visual art exhibitions, performances, publications and community programs, project partners will showcase the extraordinary traditional and contemporary art and cultural practices of the Philippines and its strong links to Australia under the banner of the Bayanihan Philippine Art Project.”

More information here.

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