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Uploaded February 17, 2019
Updated March 9, 2018



 

THE ART PIECE AS A CLOSED TEXT SERIES

FEBRUARY 16 - MARCH 9, 2019
RELIGIOSO / ESPIRITUAL
J Studio
Gate 1, Pasillo 18, La Fuerza Plaza, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati, Philippines

Participating artists: Marcel Antonio, Pablo Biglang-awa, Jeho Bitancor, Jason Dy SJ, Cristina Escario, William Gaudinez, Dengcoy Miel, Jason Moss, Simkin de Pio, Alwin Reamillo, Jon Red, Angelo Valmoria Roxas, Gromyko Semper, Jojo Soria de Veyra, Ian Victoriano, Nestor Olarte Vinluan
 

 



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PHOTO GALLERY (INGRESS):
 

Gallery workers and Cristina Escario's assistants work on putting up her soft sculpture and framed leaves.
(Photo by Genevieve Magisa)


Diskurso Curation space curator Alwin Reamillo's gallery assistants secure Moroccan ceiling lamps at the gallery.
(Photo by Diskurso Curation intern Germee Abesamis)
 

Diskurso Curation's Jojo de Veyra (left) and Alwin Reamillo (right) flank exhibition participants (from second from left) Pablo Biglang-awa, Cristina Escario, and Ian Victoriano in front of Biglang-awa's acrylic painting of an "illuminated manuscript" letter G. (Photo by Cristina Escario)


Angelo Valmoria Roxas and Reamillo flank J Studio gallery owner Jia Santos Estrella. (Photo by Angelo Roxas)


From left to right, Alwin Reamillo, Simkin de Pio, Pablo Biglang-awa, and Angelo Valmoria Roxas take a break. Marcel Antonio's painting lurks in the background. (Photo by Angelo Roxas)


Fabric-using artists Ged Merino and Aze Ong drop by J Studio during ingress coming from a show opening at the neighboring Finale Art File gallery.
(Photo by Angelo Roxas)


Door text decals, done. (Photo by Angelo Roxas)

 



PHOTO GALLERY (OPENING):


3:00 p.m. (Photo by Jojo de Veyra)


Some guests start to arrive. (Photo by Marice Angelique Roxas)


Later, drinks are ready, food keep on coming. (Photos by Marice Roxas)


Painters Gus Albor and Simkin de Pio arrive. (Photo by de Pio)


Gallery owner Jia Santos Estrella talks to painter Vin Zafra. (Photo by Marice Roxas)


Stalwart of Philippine minimalist art Nestor Vinluan (left) arrives; Simkin de Pio greets him with a selfie. (Photo by de Pio)


From left to right, Simkin de Pio, Nestor Vinluan, Jojo de Veyra, and Pablo Biglang-awa. Vinluan's science-inspired spiritual piece titled Pieces from Omega Centauri is at center. (Photo by de Pio)


Pablo Biglang-awa's installation.


Singer/percussionist Tapati and guitarist Burn Belacho pose with good friend Angelo Roxas in front of the latter's agnostic paintings. Neo-folk retablo painter William Gaudinez bombs the shot. (Photo by Angelo Roxas)


Burn Belacho and Tapati during soundcheck. (Photo by Jojo de Veyra)


The duo start their show. (Photo by Marice Roxas)




a song performance by Burn Belacho and Tapati that started at 7.




another outstanding song performance from Belacho and Tapati.



 


 

COMING SOON:

THE ART PIECE AS A CLOSED TEXT SERIES

 

MARCH 19 - APRIL 5, 2019
APROPIACIÓN
J Studio

Gate 1, Pasillo 18, La Fuerza Plaza, 2241 Chino Roces Avenue, Makati, Philippines

Participating artists: Jonathan Benitez, Mideo M. Cruz, Simkin de Pio, Jojo Soria de Veyra, Juliet Lea, Noli Principe Manalang, Jason Moss, Alwin Reamillo, Jon Red, Raul G. Rodriguez, Angelo Valmoria Roxas, Brian Sergio, Clairelynn Uy

 


RE:ACTION

 

DATE TBD
Gallery space TBD


Participants TBD

 


 


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