contemporary art

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International Exhibition: ALMOST THERE

Almost There 2 March – 6 May 2017 Opening reception: 2 March 2017, Thursday, 6:00pm Vargas Museum, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines The Japan Foundation Asia Center and the Vargas Museum are pleased to announce Almost There, an exhibition at the University of the Philippines’ Jorge B. Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research … Continue reading

September 2016 Program at Vargas Museum

For its September program, the Vargas Museum, with support from the Romanian Cultural Institute, opens the exhibit A Matter of Contemplation and Discontent which will run from September 22 to November 19, 2016 at the 1F Galleries. The exhibit is curated by Romanian curator Anca Verona Mihulet, and presents a selection of works by Romanian … Continue reading

REPUBLIC: 2016 Vargas Museum Art History Series exhibition

Republic 2016 Vargas Museum Art History Series Exhibition 3F Galleries 22 September – 26 October 2016 The Vargas Museum presents the third iteration of its Art History Series, a relay of exhibitions curated based on art historical methods. The series aims to bridge the gap between curatorship and art history, especially in line with the museum’s … Continue reading

DANCING THE SHRIMP: The Tactical Improvisation of Postcolonial Space Mix | Jon Cuyson

The Vargas Museum is pleased to present Dancing The Shrimp (The Tactical Improvisation of Post Colonial Space Mix) opening on August 11, 2016 at 4 pm at 1F Galleries. The exhibition features Jon Cuyson’s new works of fragmented installations that combine painting, sculpture, sound, photography, performance and scenography. Continue reading

THE BANQUET: Subject matter I of III | Jaime Pacena II

UP Vargas Museum opens J Pacena II’s solo exhibit titled The Banquet: Subject Matter I of III on June 8, Wednesday, 4pm at the 1F Galleries of the Museum. “Subject Matter” is an on-going research and artistic project that focuses on three themes: An Observation on the Current Art System and the Philippine Art Market, … Continue reading