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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Renaissance Art Gallery Celebrates "XIV" Years with Group Show June 8 -20


Press Update:
Renaissance Art Gallery, a leading purveyor of non-representational art in the country, celebrates its fourteenth anniversary with a show titled “XIV.” Founded in 2003 by Noli and Agnes Romero, the gallery has spearheaded the discovery and support of young abstractionists, giving them the opportunity of being launched in their own first solo exhibition. On occasion, however, Renaissance Art Gallery has also exhibited classic and conservative contemporary masterworks.
Curated by noted art critic, writer and visual artist Cid Reyes, the participating artists in “XIV” are: Allain Hablo, Sio Montera, Josef Laureano, Pao de Guzaman, Arley Carig, Jay Ragma, Art Bermido, Aner Sebastian, Resty Tica, Rick Hernandez, and Sam Penaso.
A man of many talents, Allain Hablo is, first and foremost, a thinking artist.  Sio Montera’s works are distinguished  by an ambitiousness of scale and a mania for surprising materials. In a transitional stage, Josef Laureano’s works are more audacious in the gestural character of Abstract Expressionism. Emerging abstractionist Pao de Guzman comes from a studied representational idiom. Arley Carig advances into the evanescent  depths of space. Jay Ragma generates visual excitement with throbbing retinal sensations. Art Bermido manipulates space with neither beginning nor end. Aner Sebastian transports the viewer into a once remembered, favorite spot of nature. Resty Tica pursues an abstraction of subtlety and tranquility. Rick Hernandez is an acolyte of geometry, unbuirdened by objects and ornaments. Award-winner Sam Penaso explores the three-dimensional field with his so-called “scraptures.”
The show runs from June 8-20, 2017. Reception cocktails will be held on June 14.
Renaissance Art Gallery is at the 4/L, The Artwalk, Bldg. A, SM Megamall, EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong  City. For inquiries, call mobile: 0917-7625692. Email: renaissanceart.ph@gmail.com.

Sunday, June 4, 2017

CCP Awards PR Director Rada for 30 Years of Dedicated Service



It's about time --- 30 years of keeping the Cultural Center of the Philippines in a good light. The woman behind CCP's Corporate Communications Division, Irene Obligacion-Rada was awarded a certificate of recognition for rendering 30 years of continuous and dedicated service to the CCP. As director of the CCP Corporate Communications Division, she oversees the promotion and publicity of CCP projects and programs and its affiliated organizations.

A well-respected PR Director in the media world, Ms. Rada is also the Producer and Host of Culture Carousel, a CCP classical radio program. Aired in 98.7 DZFE-FM, the program features interviews with CCP artists and various foreign artists and their music, scheduled to perform at the Center.  Other CCP employees given recognition included Orpheus BasaƱes, Stemson Nilo, Jose Ortega Jr., Francisco P. Cabuena, Nestor Evangelista, Nestor Natal (30 years), Cecilia Ana Bautista and Alice Esteves for 25 years of service. (Photo by Raul E. Asis)

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