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NOW Gallery will be holding an exhibition of recent works by abstractionist Rock Drilon. The show opens on May 23 and will run up to June 8, 2013.
The show features three series of works by Drilon: recent paintings in oil on canvas, abstract drawings and nude sketches. The artist produced these three different series simultaneously, shifting between painting and drawing, figuration and abstraction.
The works in the show are an extension of Drilon’s current body of work as an abstractionist, indicated by the presence of familiar forms and the artist’s usual visual codes. Filling up the Main Gallery space are Drilon’s recent paintings, which highlight his continuing fascination and exploration of abstraction. The paintings in this series still employ forms that have appeared in his earlier works: lines, loops, brush strokes converging to form inchoate masses.
In contrast to the paintings in the show are Drilon’s series of small drawings, exhibited in the gallery’s two smaller and more intimate spaces. One room houses his series of nude sketches, based on live models. The other …
It is only after the awakening that one realizes that the state of sleep is over – a travel, serendipitous or planned, from dreamscape to the reality. Six artists come together to depict through their art what it feels like to travel across – or sometimes, stay in between – the faint borders of night and day, past and present, mistakes and realizations, observations and recognitions, provocation and action, and stasis and motion.
Gising, featuring works by Annaleah Aldaba, Dodge Carpio, Alee Garibay, Clara Herrera, Issay Rodriguez, and Jose Tanierla, is presented to you by Forte Coffeehouse. Group show opens on May 25, 7 pm, and runs until June 8 at Forte Coffeehouse (120 Maginhawa St., Teachers Village East, Diliman, Quezon City).
For more information, contact Pat Rodriguez at email@example.com.
DinnerNations Manila invites you to a Dinner in the Dark, a unique culinary experience for all the senses. Experience a hand crafted 5-course meal whilst blindfolded, heightening your sense of taste, smell and imagination! Menu will be revealed after you finish the meal. This is a great way to create a bond with a bunch of people you’ve never met before!
On May 29, 2013, 8PM at Buddha-Bar Manila. Prices are P1800 (Early bird until May 28, 2013) and P2000 (at the door). Dinner starts promptly at 8:00pm, latecomers will not be admitted.
For more details, please call 0926-744700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.…
Shopper’s Spot Bazaar is back for the 3rd time to bring you the hottest bazaar this May 18-19, 2013 (Saturday & Sunday) at the Greenbelt 3 Park Makati.
Discover unique items, stylish clothes, trendy accessories, chic beauty products and more to help you with your ultimate shopping this summer/school season.
Freebies, live choir and more are in store for everyone. See you!
Bazaar venue is near the Greenbelt Church and fronting Greenbelt 3 Mall/Starbucks/Seattle’s Best.
For more details, please email email@example.com.
Three individual exhibits will open at Now Gallery on May 4, 2013 by three emerging artists from the Manila art scene. The three solo simultaneous shows will run until May 20, 2013.
Alvin Capistrano: God’s toilet
Alvin Capistrano’s exhibit “God’s Toilet” presents layers of random images from book, magazine or internet and from other sources. An artist who was influenced by heavy metal when he was a kid, Capistrano’s imagery revels in the unedified, the common and even the vulgar and the trashy. In “God’s Toilet,” he underscores the rawness of his art by imitating the street artists of the 1980s.
Jonas Eslao: Curbside of the mind
Jonas Eslao’s new works are brave explorations of the limits of both the intellect and the senses. He chose wallflower animals as his subject, pulling them out of the mind’s margins, inviting the viewer to pause and gaze at the beauty of the wild. He distorts and contorts to create truth through illusion. The artist stripped off his mind of conventional techniques as seen in his offbeat choice …
Featuring Nicky Jurado + Bombi Balquiedra, Robbie T + Kevin Ruiz together with Jayr Alcantara + Joey Santos on the roof. All happening tonight May 3, 2013 at Time in Manila, 7840 Makati Ave.
Now, you can enjoy deluxe accommodations at great value as Remington Hotel introduces its Premiere Rooms. Enjoy an overnight stay for two, buffet breakfast and full refreshment amenities for only Php4,800++.
For inquiries and bookings, email firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com or call (+632) 908-8600 / (+632) 908-8000 loc. 7926. See you at Remington!…
It’s just not only the usual fiery shade but it also has its different variations. This month, we’ve picked up a bunch of orange-ish stuff to match your beaming mood.
Step on to an ultrabright path with your ‘Dark Orange’ Sueño De Espadrille.
Time is ablaze with your Anne Klein Watch in ‘Burnt Orange’.
Love running? Then spark some gleam to your footwear with Skechers GoRun 2 in ‘Pumpkin’ shade.
Perk up your look with Young MNL Arm Candy Bangle in ‘Carrot Orange’ tone.
Get protected from the blazing rays with ‘Orange Peel’ glow Beach Hut Max 100 SPF.
Set your sight on flashes of brilliance with your Rayban Flash Lens in ‘Persimmon’ hue.
Dare to go bright with a Joey Samson Jumpsuit in ‘Red Orange’ tinge.
Express your sunny mood with Keds’ Global Beat Sneakers in ‘Atomic Tangerine’.
Go radical with Dockers Alpha Khaki Fire Brush.
Feel polished and comfy with a ‘Melon’-color-like Bershka mini shorts.
Show off some lucid energy with your Backpack by Mi Pac in ‘Bittersweet’ color.
Put on some radiance …
Bored with the usual hot noodle soups? Try them cold instead!
Ginzadon’s cold noodle creations are a refreshing treat this summer. Choose from Ten Zaru Soba (Php600+), Hiyashi Chukka (Php500+), Tekka Soba (Php450+), Hiyashi Somen (Php300+) and Hiyashi Tanuki Soba (Php300+). Available until the end of May for lunch and dinner!
Ginzadon is located at Resorts World Manila.
Boracay is still the leading summer capital locally. No doubt about that. You’ll love everything the magical alchemy of sea, sun and sky. Of course, there’s also the food. When it comes to beach cuisine, you can just talk endlessly with the wide array of dishes that you can taste in the island.
Speaking of foodies, there’s one that you shouldn’t miss when you’re in Boracay. Try the reinvigorated Epic Boracay’s Beach Cuisine created by none other than, Chef Carlo Miguel, the genius behind Manila’s top tables at Opus, Draft Gastropub and Beso Cusina Vinoteka, offering fresh, bold island flavors that promise to be the culinary highlight of your Boracay trip.
Epic has a wide variety of fun favorite beach holiday dishes prepared simply, and an emphasis on grilled specialties that showcase local island fresh seafood and produce. They also serve gourmet dishes for the all-nighters, like all-day breakfasts and a hangover special – simply divine and absolutely perfect for the party-island of Boracay!
As you relax within the modern seaside interiors or at al …