2010

Bulaklak ng Dila
Rodel Tapaya
GF Lobby and West Wing Gallery
10 December 2010 – 05 March 2011
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Doll Eyes
Joy Mallari
3F Hallway and  South Wing Gallery
December 10, 2010 – January 19, 2011
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Pages on CANVAS
3F North Wing Gallery
December 10, 2010 – January 19, 2011
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Bomba
Kawayan De Guia
18 June – 30 November 2010
3F North Wing Gallery
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Bound
Gaston Damag, Roberto Feleo, Jose Tence Ruiz
18 June – 15 December 2010
GF Lobby
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IMMEMORIAL
Reaching Back Beyond Memory
28 October – 2 December 2010
Basement, West Wing and South Wing Galleries
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KAPITAL: Tribute to Labor
13 August – 28 September 2010
GF West Wing Gallery
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TRACES
Imelda Cajipe Endaya
24 April to 8 August 2010
3F South Wing Gallery
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Yari
ANINO Shadowplay Collective and Friends
18 June – 03 August 2010
GF West Wing Gallery
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CREATIVE INDEX
May 28- June 13 2010
Basement, North Wing Gallery
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Everyday Filipino Heroes | Dekalogo
15 April to 31 May 2010
GF Lobby and West Wing Galleries
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Vargas Collects History
23 February 2010
3F South Wing Gallery
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STOCK
Alfredo Juan and Isabel Aquilizan
23 February – 10 April 2010
GF Lobby and West Wing Galleries
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Line Never Lies
Gus Albor
18 January – 17 February 2010
G/F, Lobby and West Wing Galleries
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Curtains: a film in three parts
a project by Camilo Ontiveros and Michelle Dizon
14 January – 12 May 2010
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"Transpersonal, instructions" opens tonight at 6pm! Participants include Oreet Ashery, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Merlinda Bobis, Patrick D. Flores, Eisa Jocson, The Karrabing Film Collective, Dana Klisanin, Leslie Kulesh, Andy Lacey, Russ Ligtas, Raquel de Loyola, Elizabeth A. Povinelli, Mark Salvatus, Evelyn Toacheng Wang, and César H. Villanueva. Eisa Jocson performs a new work tonight at 7:30pm. "Transpersonal>Postnormal Times" symposium will happen tomorrow. Registration is already closed. Seats will be given to walk-in visitors should online registrants fail to register before 10am.
"Transpersonal, instructions" opens tomorrow, Friday at 6pm. Eisa Jocson performs a new work at 7:30pm. The exhibit reception is open to the public. Vehicle access to the museum will be through the southeast gate near the CAL Building. Please refer to our Facebook page for the map. Registration for the "Symposium: Transpersonal>Postnormal Times" on Saturday is already closed. Seats will be given to walk-in visitors should online registrants fail to register before 10am.
ADVISORY: The museum will be closed tomorrow. Regular operations resume on Tuesday, 11 December 2018.
Advisory for the Closing Event of LAWAS tomorrow, 7 December 2018.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Povinelli of Karrabing Film Collective keynotes “Transpersonal>Postnormal Times” Symposium at the Vargas Museum on 15 December 2018. Registration can be completed online: http://bit.ly/Transpersonal15Dec. The symposium is free and open to the public. Priority seating will be given to those who register early and online. Transpersonal>Postnormal Times is a one-day public symposium to support the exhibition Transpersonal, instructions. The symposium will be held on 15 December from 10am to 5pm and includes public events, lectures, instructions, panel meditations alongside sonic scores in the open exchange of the project. The symposium centers on the changing conditions for artists practising today in Manila and surrounding provinces and those working outside of the Philippines. Dr. Elizabeth A. Povinelli is an esteemed anthropologist and the Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology in Columbia University, New York. Povinelli describes her practice: “My writing has focused on developing a critical theory of late liberalism that would support an anthropology of the otherwise. Informed primarily by the traditions of American pragmatism and continental immanent theory and grounded in the circulation of values, materialities, and socialities. This potential theory has unfolded primarily from within a sustained relationship with Indigenous colleagues in north Australia and across five books, numerous essays, and four films with the Karrabing Film Collective. Geontologies: A Requiem to Late Liberalism was the 2017 recipient of the Lionel Trilling Book Award. Karrabing films were awarded the 2015 Visible Award and the 2015 Cinema Nova Award Best Short Fiction Film, Melbourne International Film Festival and have shown internationally including in the Berlinale Forum Expanded, Sydney Biennale; MIFF, the Tate Modern, documenta-14, and the Contour Biennale.” Her publications include: Geontologies: A Requiem to Late Liberalism; Economies of Abandonment: Social Belonging and Endurance in Late Liberalism; The Empire of Love: Toward a Theory of Intimacy, Genealogy, and Carnality, A Public Planet Book, among others.
The Vargas Permanent Art Collection at the 2F Main Gallery is open for viewing from Tuesday to Saturday, 9am-5pm except holidays. For tours, please e-mail us at vargasmuseum@gmail.com. "Transpersonal, instructions" will open at the 1F and 3F Galleries on 14 December 2018. More information will be posted on the project's Facebook Event Page.

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