4 Exhibits To Satisfy The Art Aficionado In You This January 2018
What better way to start a fresh year to satisfy the art aficionado in you? Indulge yourself in more contemporary art experiences! Here are some of the exhibitions on display to catch this January 2018:
To start on the list, ArtistSpace in Ayala Museum Annex presents “Temper”, Andre Baldovino’s first solo exhibition curated by Koki.
Poster from facebook.com/artistspacegallery
Baldovino has joined numerous exhibitions across the country since 2013. He obtained two baccalaureate degrees in Political Science (from Ateneo de Manila University) and Fine Arts in Painting (from University of the Philippines). He tries to “explore the abstract with his latest series that touches upon moods and technical painting”.
The exhibition will run until January 14 and is free of charge. They are inviting us for the artist reception on January 4, 2018 at 6 PM.
Next, 1335 Mabini presents “Mark Salvatus: Salvage Projects” on January 13, 2018 at 6 PM.
Poster from 1335mabini.com
Salvatus works and lives between Manila and Osaka. “He travels between different media – from installations to photography, from video to ephemeral sculptures.” In this exhibition, he examines back and forward to continue Salvage Projects back in 2006.
The exhibition will run from January 13 to February 10, 2018. 1335 Mabini invites us to the opening on January 1 at 6 PM.
ArtInformal’s “Chance, Perfection, Simple or Complex” is on display until January 27, 2018.
Poster from facebook.com/artinformal
Participating artists respond to exhibit curator Tony Godfrey’s question: “Is the best art simple or complex? Do you believe in the possibility of perfection or is it all determined by chance?”
Godfrey is an international teacher, curator, and writer who used to ran Sotheby’s Institute London’s MA Contemporary Art program and now based in the Philippines.
Counterfeit Monochromes runs until January 14, 2018 at MO_Space X, curated by Carina Evangelista.
Poster from mo-space.net
The exhibition is comprised of contemporary works by artists who riffle on minimalism. “[…] Turning the hard edge of minimalism against itself, these artists posit what might be unresolved questions, vague indictments, or expressions of love”.
According to New York Southeast Asia Network, Evangelista has been an art professional for more than 25 years. She is currently an editor at Artifex Press in New York and has spent years at MoMA for curatorial work.
Gratifying enough? Take more time to support Filipino contemporary artists in their future shows. Stay tuned for more eavesdropping of exhibitions you may check from time to time!