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Photography: Raymund Isaac
Creative Direction: Renan Ramirez
Stylist: Charmaine Palermo assisted by John Rufo
Make up: Gery Penaso and Anton Patdu for MAC Cosmetics, Elaine Silva of BYS Cosmetics
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An exhibit by Joe Charles Annan at the Ricco Renzo Gallery. The exhibit will run until May 30, 2013.
For more details, please visit www.riccorenzo.com or call 898-2545.
Ricco Renzo Gallery is located at G/F LRI Bulding, Nicanor Garcia St. Bel Air Makati.
Round three of the thirty-yet rising temperature for the season. To most of us, May is the tail end of summer however this doesn’t mean the fun stops. Allow Celsius to lift the wacky and wicked side of you and indulge in more hedonistic outdoor activities.
May is not necessarily all about going out and basking under the sun. It is equally exciting for nocturnal tricks; Open Bar continues the roof deck crawl. While Toff’s World shares his summer OST that fits best when hosting “cook out” and stay-in celebrations as Meet The Pack gal’s MJ provide us with different party themes and venue. While for me, I like the sunset cruises giving an awesome experience sipping cocktails while gazing the sky burst into color orange.
So far, how was your summer? You’re bound to go wild: here are our post foolish management: (1) Whatever happens, delete it from your phone; (2) think before tweeting; and (3) review your FB public setting before posting.
Or, if you’re the type who loves to take vanity photos. …
Don Bosco Mandaluyong High School Batch ’79 presents a summer family “Movie-for-a-Cause” Project of Iron Man 3 at SM Megamall Cinema 6 on April 27, 5PM. For every ticket you buy, you help finance livelihood projects for the Ondoy Victims relocated at DB Calauan Laguna. Tickets are priced at P350. For ticket inquiries, please call 0923-8887115.…
As part of its summer offering, Altro Mondo gallery is pleased to present two of the Philippine’s most noteworthy figurative realist painters, Romulo Galicano and Orely Ypon, in a two-man show titled Into The Light, showing from April 11 to May 10, 2013.
Into the Light features ten works from each distinguished artists, who both hail from Cebu, which showcase their talents not only in the technically demanding craft of painting, but also in the execution of conceptually challenging compositions.
In Galicano’s works like Self-Portraits, Tertulia, Bangka, and Sungkaan, the traditional subject matter set in elegant colonial surroundings is given strength by powerful tonal depiction and detailing, but updated through his trademark use of vertical stripes which modernizes Galicano’s vision of art. In the case of Ypon, the use of dramatic lighting charges his rural scenery with energy and vigor comparable to the late-19th Century works of Luna and Hidalgo. This can be seen in his Boracay series of beach scenes, or in Emergence, wherein his famous forte of depicting a mass of struggling male …
This issue commands city-heat-busters by our high-heeled sorority starting with some roof-decked shindigs of Bianca Salonga and Angela Atayde. Meet Pack Industry’s MJ Cordova belts out her thirst and Melody Co indulges a quick joy ride over -night escape from the city.
And to most of us, summer is defined with extended stays, rebooked flights, hangover litany and Berrocca fizzes in our bottled water held in our hands as we keep our smiles to mask our anxiety, if we are departing from Caticlan or Kalibo -The Boracay tales are relived. Circuit Breaker has prepared the island’s tactical code to combat this awesome madness this season.
We’re also happy to announce that Circuit App is now available for FREE with your Nokia Windows 8 phone. Spontaneous night-out becomes more of a habit with its real time party notifications in your phone. No excuse to miss out the happiest happening this time.
Happy 420 to Everyone!
Psalms 103:5 NLT…
The exhibit features the works of KIM Sang Cheol, LEE Mun Song, LEE Jung Dong, EOM Jae Kwon, SONG Chang Soo, YOUN In Soo, KEUM Goang Bok and NOH Yong Sik. The exhibit runs until April 30 at Korean Cultural Center, 2/F Mancor Corporate Center, 32nd St. Bonifacio Global City Taguig.
A SO WHAT? LIVE SPECIAL taking the groove to another level, blending funked up jazzy piano licks and soulful vocals with some serious shaking dancefloor beats. So bring your fine dancing shoes cause this will be one night to remember!
REMY ELLIOTT (keys) & AMANDA (vocals) featuring Djs Elian Habayeb & Miss Badkiss
hosted by Romain Rivierre
Dive into the sound universe of Djs Marshall White (Ecuador/Switzerland) & Miss Badkiss spinning deep soulful tunes. Elegance with a French touch on a Friday night at M Cafe – Feel the breeze of CARTE BLANCHE…
The group exhibition “Other” is proudly presented by Altro Mondo gallery and The Picasso Boutique Serviced Residences and is curated by Clarissa Chikiamco. “Other” features books, artworks, a film, Mabini art and other tourist items.
A site-specific exhibition, “Other” examines ideas of stereotypes, exoticization and authenticity. It looks into foreign consumption, perception, and the willing fulfillment of this demand. Artists whose works are included in the exhibition are Dina Gadia, Jevijoe Vitug, Kawayan de Guia, Mark Salvatus, Manny Montelibano, Maria Taniguchi, and Malaysian artist Yee I-Lann.
“Other” is curated by Clarissa Chikiamco and is supported by Pablo and Silverlens Galleries. The show runs from November 12, 2012 (6pm) until December 22, 2012, with opening hours from 10 AM to 7 PM for the 4th floor gallery and film on the 2nd floor. Catch it at the lobby, 2nd and 4th floors of the Picasso Residences located at 119 L.P. Leviste St., Salcedo Village Makati City, Philippines 1227.
Again, the opening reception is on November 12 from 6-9pm and the exhibit will last until December 22, …
Far from the comfort of tactile solutions, of the easy connective snap of objects, contrapuntal to the ethereal dimension of conceptual grasps, CATALINA AFRICA has taken the ambiguity involved with painting – that medium with the ostensible half-life caught between thought and action, being and non-being, duration and dynamism, matter and illusion – to make pictures of an abstract nature initiated by the desire to produce multiple meanings: in order to extend her exploration of combined materials in collision with the expression of ideas and cultural taste, contesting conventional knowledge from artistic history in favor of a more personalized storytelling, by which the fabrication of a new complexity of delineated form is made from the probing of this mysterious mind, producing indeterminate states of authentic experience that frees imaginative wonder, intellectual curiosity, and other unknown pleasures. This curious undertaking of abstract painting by AFRICA seems to have sprung from her earlier foray into three-dimensional installations that tickle the conceptual pretensions of sculptural work as we deem it today, heavy with the burden of its historical …
On October 25 (Thursday) at 10pm, enter the Space Camp, Rocket Room’s new Thursday night, with lunar grooves, atomic infusion cocktails and otherworldly food treats to pleasure all your senses. Djs Champagne Bucket & Miss Badkiss on soundpatrol!
On October 26 (Friday) at 9pm, high fidelity sounds in unsurpassed natural color as special guest Dj Angelo Mendez (US/PH) teams up with master juggler Supreme Fist. Friday night sounds better “IN COLOR!” Presented by Belvedere & Freedom Music
Come Saturday, October 27 at 9pm, loose gravity and get on board for a SUPERSONIC ride with sound cosmonauts Liquid A & Jay Lobo, blending soulful beats, warm vibrating bass lines and seductive vocals into the sound of the future.
End the old week and start a new one on October 28 at 3pm as you enjoy a Sunday afternoon like no other. The Powder Room is taking you back to the golden days of fingerlickin’ Hip Hop, with some sticky beats, jazzy licks and free flowing MCs provided by DJs Miss Badkiss & Supreme Fist. The chilled …