Past Exhibitions

World For The Moment
World For The Moment

World For The Moment

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Kaleidoscopic Visions
Kaleidoscopic Visions

Kaleidoscopic Visions

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Eden of Emotions
Eden of Emotions

Eden of Emotions

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Time Passing
Time Passing

Benjie Mallari offers new scenes from a post-war Manila in "Time Passing". Illustrating locals in their best Sunday garb as well as their common means of transportation recapitulates the life our forefathers have enjoyed. This quiet elegance conveyed on canvas affords viewers a similar luxury of watching people passing time as they would have in a distant past.

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Here's to Mom: A Mother's Day online collection
Here's to Mom: A Mother's Day online collection

Here's to Mom: A Mother's Day Online Collection

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When Life Was Simple
When Life Was Simple

“When Life Was Simple” by Benjie Mallari

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Year of the Fire Rooster
Year of the Fire Rooster

Year of the Fire Rooster exhibit at Galerie Raphael Serendra runs from January 31-February 6

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Piling Sandali
Piling Sandali

“Piling Sandali”, Two man show by Francis Nacion and An Alcantara opens at Galerie Raphael Shangri-La on June 11

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The Art of Giving
The Art of Giving

From November 15 until Christmas, Usher in this holiday season as we unveil our collection of gift-sized works by National Artists Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Abdulmari Imao, and Arturo Luz;

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Modern and Contemporary Abstractionism
Modern and Contemporary Abstractionism

On the occasion of the 1912 Salon de la Section d’Or in Paris, the poet Guillaume Apollinaire set about describing the growing abstraction movement in visual art as “…the art of painting new structures out of elements that have not been borrowed from the visual sphere, but had been created entirely by the artist.”

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Traces of Memory
Traces of Memory

sare Paveste once wrote that we don’t remember days, but we do remember moments. Sometimes, you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory. And the strongest moments that we have are the ones we spend with our families.

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Lent
Lent

Pope Francis, whose recent visit was a point of inspiration for so many Filipinos, said that Lent "... comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy." Now that the Holy Week is almost upon us, it is fitting that we remember the sacrifices made by Christ. Lent is what binds together all Christians--whether Roman Catholic or Protestant, we remember that our salvation was earned at the Cross in Calgary more than two millennia ago.

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En Pointe
En Pointe

Ballet is a delicate art form. Precise and nuanced, it takes years of formal training to master the entire lexicon of ballet techniques. Ballet is also considered a feminine form of dance, and thus its practitioners are held up as shining examples of female grace and beauty.

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Red
Red

The color red holds a deep significance in many different cultures. In fact, the very notion of "color" is taken from red--the root word for color comes from the latin word for red (coloratus). This is in part because of the emotional weight that the color conveys. Red is the color of passion, fire, strength and beauty. Since red is the color of blood, it is also associated with the idea of life. As such, the color is linked to happiness in many cultures, such as Chinese culture.

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URBN 2.0
URBN 2.0

Cityscape architecture is very often an abstractionist's dream. The confluence of shapes, forms, lines, and colors merges with the organic 'vibe' of the city to create a powerful image-one that any abstractionist would seize upon with relish.

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Biyahe
Biyahe

There are many ways to get around, but in the Philippines things tend to get more creative. From the simple and hardy rural carabao to the colourful city jeepneys, caritelas, calesas, and tranvias, Filipinos find ways to get around the impassable—and moreover, they do it with style.

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