M U S E U M
A N D L I B R A R Y
V I S I T
Philippine art, everything remarkable and non-sensical about it, belongs in a museum to be preserved and shared. With artists and art faithfuls out and about, a museum is where the creative rendezvous makes perfect sense regardless of time. History, after all, is not the only thing that's filling the nook and cranny of an art space. Along with artifacts and vintage collections, the fervor to keep the discussion going in the present reverberates in the hallways, ceilings, and corners of such a venue. As a result, echoes from the future can be heard in every visit.
Articles of Disagreement effectively explores diverse occupations in the art industry against established institutional forms. Also included are collection of works by Raymundo Albano, Fernando Zobel, Nena Saguil, Roberto Chabet, plus masters Juan Luna and Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo.
There is actually an open call for screening of short films by budding filmmakers on November 27, 2014 and a screening-discussion of the film Mga Uod Ng Rosas two weeks prior to that.
For confirmation of activities, you may contact Thea Garing at theacarpiograing@gmail.
com or call 631-2417 for more details.
Daunting? Yes. Boring. Definitely not. This exhibition can lure you into believing that there is disagreement in agreement.
The Articles of Disagreement will have its last day on December 20, 2014.
Photography by Michael Gacer
Address: G/F Benpres Building, Exchange Road cor. Meralco Avenue, Pasig City, Philippines
Operating Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Mondays to Saturdays
Phone: (02) 6312417/ (02) 631-2425/ (02) 468-9486
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