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MISTERYO NG LIWANAG

November 10, 2019 | Latest | No Comments

A group exhibition featuring the works of Jef Carnay, Noel Soler Cuizon, Don Djerassi Dalmacio, Karen Ocampo Flores, Manny Garibay, Lotsu Manes, Kirby Roxas, and Wesley Valenzuela Of Realities and Mysteries Though “Misteryo ng Liwanag” may be considered as a gathering of notable artists highly identified as catalysts of the TutoK exhibitions that made significant […]

POTAHMATIC

November 10, 2019 | Latest | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Jose Tence Ruiz Three years into the most impolite government the Philippines has had since 1898, “potahMATIC” emerges as a release valve, a mandatory articulation and ventilation of constipated frustration. What, pray tell, is so frustrating? The desire to have your chief executive lead his nation with a minimum of decorum […]

ARTIFICIAL STAGING

October 20, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Mark Arcamo Constructed Realities “Beyond the fiction of reality, there is the reality of fiction.” Slavoj Žižek, “Less Than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism” Mark Arcamo’s works study the complexity and nuances of human nature, and the spaces it inhabits. In his latest show “Artificial Staging,” he critiques […]

BEAST MODE

October 20, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Angelo Tabije On the Road There is a surge of raw adrenaline as the roar of a motorcycle’s engine is revved into life. Monstrous and visceral in tone, it urges the senses to awaken, as the sound pierces through still air and the body jolts forward in eager suspense. Its rider […]

A CONTINUOUS AREA OR EXPANSE WHICH IS FREE, AVAILABLE, OR UNOCCUPIED

September 29, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A three-person exhibition featuring the works of Mikko Baladjay, Babylyn Fajilagutan, and Elijah Santiago In between spaces Set against the backdrop of the gallery’s white space, the works from “A Continuous Area or Expanse Which is Free, Available, or Unoccupied” examine the concept of space within the human setting. In a world that is constantly […]

XAVIER ART FEST 2019

September 28, 2019 | Fairs | No Comments

Xavier School will once again be hosting Xavier Art Fest 2019, to be held on September 28 to 29 (Saturday & Sunday), from 10 AM to 7 PM. This year, Kaida Contemporary will be amongst the 20 exhibiting galleries at the Xavier MPC showcasing recent works by a selected roster of artists. The gallery also […]

PINAKULUANG SAHING SA PANAHON NG DELUBYO

September 8, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Catcat Mendoza Ang mga obrang tampok sa “Pinakuluang Sahing sa Panahon ng Delubyo” ay mga anyong hinubog mula sa luwad. Para sa isang tagapaglikhang-sining na gumagamit ng nasabing materyal, isang personal at maingat na proseso ang paglilinang nito mula sa krudong lupa. Masasabi na ang partikular na timpla ng isang manlilikha […]

YUGTO

September 8, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A group exhibition featuring the works of Cian Dayrit, Racquel de Loyola, Doktor Karayom, Boy Dominguez, and DengCoy Miel Reflecting on the crucial issues of the current times, “Yugto” considers and confronts the white space as an arena where narratives of continued struggle are realized through different art forms. Art critic, Alice Guillermo, wrote in […]

SACHET CULTURE

August 18, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Janelle Tang When reality becomes disposable It was in the August 1, 1955 issue of Life Magazine that the term throw-away society was first used. The article featured a monochromatic photograph of a family enveloped by various disposable items suspended in mid-air. The scene is frozen in time, as if in […]