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Japanese Women Experimental Sound Artists: Ikue Mori, Tomoko Hojo, and Keiko Uenishi

May 28, 2022

Join the Emily Harvey Foundation for a concert tracing contemporary and emerging sound practices back to 1960s pioneering and legendary works by Japanese women experimental sound artists based in New York, including Tomoko Hojo (ACC 2019)...

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AZE ONG’S “Transcendence” at ART FAIR PHILIPPINES 2022

March 23, 2022 - April 01, 2022

Visual-Performance artist and ACC Fellow Aze Ong joins the best in Philippine contemporary art at the annual Art Fair Philippines with her piece “Transcendence.”

“Fiber is my weapon,” remarks Aze Ong, one of the foremost artists delving into, expanding, and re-interpreting the traditions and techniques of craft. Her mode of creation is crocheting, which is inflected with the usual feminine associations but, in the hands of the artist, transforms into a malleable vehicle through which solitude, self-regeneration, spirituality may be conducted.

One of Ong’s biggest works to date, “Transcendence” is charged by a highly generative and intuitive process, which the artist learned from her observations of the weavers of the Talaandig indigenous group in Bukidnon.

She views her work as a way to negotiate the physical and the spiritual worlds, the crocheting process a necessary incantation permitting the transference of energies between the two. Draped, hanging, and undulating in space, “Transcendence” symbolizes the web-relations of all things, that whatever we may have lost is but transformed and vivid elsewhere. (Words by Carlomar Daoana)

Photo by Jojo Gloria/Art Fair Philippines

#ArtPH #art #contemporaryart #exhibition #gallery #Philippines #AzeOng

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Afterimage: 19th and 21st Century Masterpieces for Silk and Bamboo

March 17, 2022

This special concert brings together four outstanding performers of Japanese music as they highlight an arc of brilliant compositions, ranging from the golden classical era of Edo Period Japan to the vibrant contemporary musical life of New York...

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Cartographic Memories

February 26, 2022 - April 09, 2022

ACC alumna Marika Constantino presents Cartographic Memories in collaboration with fellow ACC grantee Dayang Yraola who curated the show. Expounding on her latest exhibition featuring works she created during the start of the pandemic, also the time when she began settling into her new home, studio, community in Roxas City, province of Capiz from Manila, Marika shares, “the series is titled Cartographic Memories, as the process of production served as my way-finder between my past and my future that is intersecting in this uncertain present. The production of the work compelled me to be present in those moments when I felt incapacitated to do anything, unsure of my decisions and missing the people who matter to me. It is also about finding my path and questioning if I am where I should be.”

The exhibit may be viewed online and on-site. Please contact the Pablo Gallery for appointment.

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Leeroy New featured at Hawai‘i Triennial 2022

February 18, 2022 - May 08, 2022

Multi-disciplinary artist and 2015 ACC Fellow Leeroy New creates his latest site-specific and environmentally themed works for the Hawai‘i Triennial 2022 (HT22). Leeroy joins other dynamic artists and collectives from around the island and Asia Pacific as participants in the largest showcase of contemporary art in Hawaii.

For the eleven-week Triennial organized by Hawai‘i Contemporary, Leeroy’s commissioned work “Taklobo” is an installation using bamboo and donated old surfboards and collected plastic bottles. 

The event is made possible by the Hawai‘i State Art Museum, through the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, and the non-profit MakeVisible. Venues for the city-wide exhibition include the Bishop Museum, Hawaii Theatre Center, Hawai‘i State Art Museum, Iolani Palace, Honolulu Museum of Art, Royal Hawaiian Center, and Foster Botanical Garden where Leeroy’s piece may be viewed until May 8.

#hawaiitriennial2022 #HT22

Photo by Leeroy New

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REMINISCENCE by Anton del Castillo at The Manila'Bang Show: Artfest International

December 08, 2021 - December 12, 2021

ACC Grantee Anton del Castillo joins “The Manila’Bang Show: Artfest International” with his show pieces entitled “Reminiscence.” Over 170 artists and 400 artworks gathered for the show organized by Galerie Roberto in partnership with Artsper Europe and Art Moments Jakarta.

The special weeklong festival that features some of the leading contemporary artists in the Philippines and around the globe such as Vietnam, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, and India, also presents curated art talks and industry dialogues.

Describing Anton’s works, excerpts from the notes by Chesca Santiago reads “With expecting gazes and restless hands, it is this terrain of the unyielding past that Anton Del Castillo traverses in Reminiscence. In his navigation of the contours of reminiscence, Del Castillo confronts its many forms: at times, to look back is not a desire to go back. It is mere remembrance of what has gone sans the yearning for the past to bleed into the now. But more crucial in Del Castillo’s probe into reminiscence is its intersections with yearning - longing and the ensuing coping amid hunger that refuses to be indulged."

The show may be viewed on-site from 8-12 December 2021 at the Festival Mall in Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

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WOMB is the way home in Black Canvas’ Wor(L)d of My Bodies

November 13, 2021 - November 20, 2021

Burnout. Isolation. Round-the-clock pressure. Who are you after a long work day ends? Aren’t we all longing for a break? A place to be ourselves and to reconnect? To feel at home again? Black Canvas’ Wor(L)d Of My Bodies (WOMB) traces one such journey...

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