The Standout Pieces And Exhibits At Art Fair Philippines 2018
The country’s booming art scene has indeed found a permanent residence in #ArtFairPh
The art collective by Philippine Art Events, Inc. once started with 24 galleries and art groups and a single parking level at The Link. Gabriel Barredo's "Asphalt" and Ronald Ventura's "Watching The Watchmen" from 2013 set the bar high and were tough acts to follow. Even more so were Roberto Feleo's “Tao-tao and Aklasang Basi-Ang Hanay ng Ñ” from the 2015 showcase, Raffy Napay's "True Love Rains" from 2016 and Jose Tence Ruiz's "Langue Lounge" from 2017.
This year, Art Fair Philippines—apart from gaining momentum—managed to masterfully outdo itself. It not only delivered its promise to support local artists, which remains to be at the very core of the collective, but also lived up to the hype following the “10 Days Of Art” campaign. Art Fair Philippines further elevated the three-day multi-layered experience for its art aficionados by dedicating three out of the six levels of The Link in Makati to the event, flawlessly integrating the “ARTFAIRPH/PHOTO” exhibit to its lineup.
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Now it’s time to let the art do the talking: Scroll through to check out the standout pieces and exhibits at Art Fair Philippines 2018.
Plet Bolipata’s “Little Red Riding Hood” installment in collaboration with Globe Platinum.
Here, an invitation to reimagine modern automotive architecture: Pete Jimenez, Art Lozano, Dan Raralio and Reg Yuson’s work with AC Automotive.
“OOOOHH” by Richard Gomez.
“The Art Fair Is Full Of Objectives, More Or Less Interesting; I Wish To Add 24,124 More” by Nilo Ilarde.
Last Rites For Dead Rituals: Igan D'Bayan's macabre sculptures.
“The Hypebeast” by Luis Lorenzana.
And here’s more from Art Fair Philippines 2018:
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If you missed the March 1 to 4 run this year, there’s always ArtFairPh 2019 to look forward to!
Special thanks to Carlos Vinluan for the photos.