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UPROOT

May 10, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A three-person exhibition featuring the works of Pin Calacal, Annie Concepcion, and Noelle Varela While the term “uproot” typically connotes the rough displacement of something tangible, in the exhibition “Uproot” artists Pin Calacal, Annie Concepcion, and Noelle Varela paint this process as it occurs within the human experience. The pieces explore how “uprooting” takes form […]

PARAISONG PARISUKAT

May 10, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Mideo M. Cruz Binubuo natin ang ating mga pangarap sa pirapirasong paglalahad ng ating mga hangad, sa pagsasalarawan ng imahinasyong ito ay mga mumunting paraiso ng pantasya na nagsasalansan at namimistulang hagdan para sa mas malalaking pangarap. Sa bawat pantasya may nabubuo nga bang paglaya? O ang maliliit na paraiso ay […]

CORPOREAL PARADISE

April 12, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Raphael David Flowers are one of the most beautiful creations that makes human life meaningful and happier in so many ways. Their role on our lives is as old as civilization itself, and we can trace them through our religious texts, folk tales, and ancient myths. Flowers, with all their infinite […]

WOMBVOX

March 22, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A group exhibition featuring the works of Filipina artists Diwa Abueva, Babylyn Geroche Fajilagutan, Nina Garibay, Paola Germar, Shalimar Gonzaga, Arco Iris, Genavee Lazaro, Pam Quinto, Maia San Diego, Marilou Solano, Tekla Tamoria, and Janelle Tang The Woman as Artist For much of history, the artist was a man. From ancient antiquity to the high […]

ENTOMOPHILY

March 22, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A two-person exhibition by Lui Gonzales and Jezzel Wee The intricate relationship between plant and animal life by far surpasses civilisation in age and function. Tracing back to the Mesozoic era (252-66 million years ago) which signalled the entrance of animal life onto land, entomophily pertains to the process in which pollen from various (and […]

SLUMBER PARTY STORIES

March 1, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A two-person exhibition by Mitch Garcia and Iya Regalario Sleepover for the Unfeigned Minds Slumber Party; also known a Pyjama Party or Sleep Over, is a party most commonly held by teenage girls, where a guest or guests are invited to stay overnight at the home of a friend. Sometimes to celebrate birthdays or other […]

SITTING QUIETLY, DOING NOTHING

March 1, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Ikea Rizalon There exists an undeniable semblance of comfort in old images of strangers from the distant past. Vintage photographs tell a story of wonder, of splendid figures dressed in almost extravagant attires; in essence, a momentary pause in a reality we could only imagine. In Ikea Rizalon’s latest solo exhibition […]

UNLOCK.02021212

February 2, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A group exhibition featuring the works of selected artists In “UNLOCK.02021212,” selected artists from various art groups, circles, and backgrounds present their recent works. Against the gallery walls, each of the works allow the audience to peek into a world full of colour, strange forms, and restless imaginations. Though varying in medium, style, and technique, […]

EMPTY BOX

February 2, 2020 | Archives | No Comments

A solo exhibition by Mael de Guzman Within the four walls of a box Mael de Guzman’s seventh solo exhibition titled “Empty Box” takes the everyday and places it into a setting that does more than just provoke thought. Employing the use of empty boxes created from selected materials, De Guzman portrays the ubiquitous and […]

UNDER THE BROAD UMBRELLA 2019

December 1, 2019 | Archives | No Comments

A group exhibition featuring the works of selected artists Beneath the shade of an umbrella For more than a decade since its founding in 2006, Kaida Contemporary’s walls have served as a refuge for arts of all kind. Now an annual exhibition organised to celebrate the end of the year, Under The Broad Umbrella signals […]