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24Fwd: Ayala Museum ~ Zero In 8

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  • Christina Dy
    Sep 29, 2009
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      From: Ayala Museum <ayala.museum@ayalafoundation.org>
      Date: Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 11:14 PM
      Subject: Ayala Museum ~ Zero In 8
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      Zero In 8

       

      Together, the Ateneo Art Gallery, Ayala Museum, the Lopez  Memorial Museum, Museo Pambata, and Bahay Tsinoy have annually rolled out a series of exhibitions around a particular theme, each one focusing on their niche areas while at the same time making their shows permeable, resulting in a free-flow of ideas and audiences.

       

      As the private consortium moves forward and charts the next stage in its collective public life, it is only natural to begin a process of introspection, allowing the spirit of altruism that started it all to once again move and inspire, this time drawing the outside in. Thus, the theme that was chosen for this year’s outing, Periphery.

       

       

      The Ring of Fire

      First Southeast Asian

      Ceramics Festival

       

      This exhibition pays homage to the ring or network of artists who produce and create new works that invigorate and continue the tradition and art of ceramics in the twenty-first century.

       

      The Ring of Fire: The First Southeast Asian Ceramics Festival is organized and convened by ceramic artist Handrian Mendoza.

       

      Ayala Museum

      21 September – 4 October 2009

       

      Ayala Museum

      Makati Avenue corner De la Rosa St. Makati City

      Tel. No. 757.7117 to 21

       

       

      Beyond Frame

      Philippine Photo Media

       

      Curated by Gina Fairley, this exhibition draws together 14 very different artists practicing at the edge, an astute observation of the development of a medium locally and the pulse of an art scene now.

       

      Ateneo Art Gallery

      1 October – 15 December 2009

       

      Ateneo Art Gallery

      Ateneo de Manila University

      Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights

      Quezon City

      Tel. No. 426.6488

       

      Couch Zone Chat: Focus Beyond Frame

      Photography vs Photomedia

      A Contemporary Philippine Definition

      Thursday, 1 October 2 pm – 6 pm

       

       

      Remembering

       

      The images in the exhibition reflect upon the stories of two peoples, Chinese and Filipinos, sharing a dark past. At the heart of these atrocitiesm were lives lost—innocent victims at the periphery.

       

      Bahay Tsinoy

      7 November – 28 January 2009

       

      Bahay Tsinoy

      Museum of Chinese in Philippine Life

      Kaisa-Angelo King Heritage Center

      32 Anda corner Cabildo Streets

      Intramuros, Manila

      Tel. No. 527.6083 / 526.6796 

       

       

      Deleted Scenes

       

      The exhibition calls attention to the leavings of image-making and the coupling of sensory elements used to craft narratives of presumed fact and proposed fiction—mimicking its internal mechanisms that play into the core and periphery within its own trove.

       

      Lopez Memorial Museum

      12 November 2009 – 9 January 2010

       

      Lopez Memorial Museum

      G/F Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue

      Ortigas Center, Pasig City

      Tel. No. 631.2417 / 635.9545

       

       

      Invisible Children

       

      Through poems, letters, photographs, works of art, and other visual presentations, this exhibition offers a view into the Filipino youth’s struggle to live in spite of difficult circumstances.

       

      Museo Pambata
      26 November 2009 - 5 January 2010
       
      Museo Pambata
      Museo Pambata Foundation Inc.
      Roxas Boulevard corner South Drive, Manila
      Tel. No. 523.1797 / 523.1798 / 536.0595
       
       
       
       
       



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