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Christmas Eve, Emilio G. Santiago, 1942

“Christmas Eve, Emilio G. Santiago, 1942” follows through the Art History Series that tries to curate works of the Vargas Museum according to art-historical methods. Earlier efforts zeroed in on the thematic, monographic, and diachronic approaches. Continue reading

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BEYOND MYSELF: Filipino Migrants’ Investments in Philippine Futures

Beyond Myself explores Filipino migrants’ aspirations for and investments in their own and others’ futures in the Philippines. Specifically it draws on and curates art works and visual images produced mainly through a series of participatory workshops with Filipino migrants living and working in London and Hong Kong. The arts based workshops enabled participants, mainly Filipino care and domestic workers, to reflect on the different meanings of development and their contributions. Continue reading

Living Architecture Exhibition at Vargas Museum

Living Architecture Exhibition is intended to raise awareness on the relationship between architecture and the natural, social and cultural life which it is part of. By showcasing various projects from four phases within the search for “Living Architecture” and engaging the audiences with two outdoor installations by Filipino artists Junyee and Indy Paredes at the Vargas Museum, Living Architecture Exhibition aims to adhere to a more sustainable and life-oriented approach to architecture. Continue reading

DEVOUR | Katti Sta. Ana

UP Vargas Museum opens Katti Sta. Ana’s exhibition titled Devour on 3 November, Friday at the 3F Galleries of the museum. Reception of the show will happen on 9 November, Thursday at 6pm. For the latest information regarding the show, please check the exhibition’s Facebook event page. Continue reading

GREEN GO HOME

Green Go Home Tomas Vu and Rirkrit Tiravanija with Buen Abrigo, Mike Adrao, Renz Lee, Gabby Nazareno, Archie Oclos, Iggy Rodriguez, and Jo Tanierla 13 Oct–18 Nov 2017 at the 1F Galleries | Opening reception on 13 Oct (Friday) at 4pm Described as “social sculpture,” the project dwells on, magnifies, and renders the gesture of … Continue reading

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‪Lost Paradise by Marta Moreno Muñoz is on regular viewing until 16 November 2018 at the 1F West Wing Room. For group tours, please send a message to vargasmuseum@gmail.com. ‬ ‪https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=917419151782693&set=a.917396678451607&type=3&l=8cce6982e9&theater‬ ‪Photo by Jazz Sol, courtesy of the artist‬ ‪#videoinstallation #contemporaryart‬ @el_campo_unificado
Lost Paradise | Marta Moreno Muñoz at the 1F West Wing Room opens tomorrow, 13 October, Saturday at 6pm.
Project Island Hopping – Reversing Imperialism: Lander opens at the 1F & 3F Galleries tomorrow at 6pm. The artists will also have a talk at 4pm. Everyone is invited. This exhibition is co-presented by VT ARTSALON.
Happening TODAY at 3pm: "Writing the Modern" by T.K. Sabapathy will be launched. A conversation with him, Grace Samboh, and Patrick Flores follows. Event is free and open to the public. @tiesofhistory is closing on Saturday. #ASEAN51 #SoutheastAsia #ContemporaryArt
We are closing Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia on 6 October 2018. We thank everyone for visiting the show. On Thursday, 4 October at 3pm, our last Ties of History public activity is Writing the Modern | Talk and Book Launch with T.K. Sabapathy. Please register by sending your details to vargasmuseum@gmail.com. Exhibitions at Metropolitan Museum of Manila and Yuchengco Museum will also close on Saturday.
Book launch of "Writing the Modern" on Thursday at 3pm: T.K. Sabapathy is an esteemed scholar of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art history. As an historian, curator, critic and advisor he has influenced artistic opinion and shaped knowledge of art of the region for over 45 years. @tiesofhistory #ASEAN

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