Last Updated: December 2nd, 2017
Clarence Chun “Let’s Get Paralyzed Tonight”
Born in 1975 in Tacloban City in Leyte, Clarence Chun moved to the US in the 80s. He went on to obtain his degree in Fine Arts –with distinction (cum laude)– from the University of Houston School of Art in 2000. Chun also received a fellowship to the Yale University School of Art (1999) and completed his Master of Fine Arts from the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Let’s Get Paralyzed Tonight is Clarence Chun’s visual design for contemporary life that is speeding towards the edge of tomorrow with a unique rear view of what constitutes authenticity, with one’s desire to be.
Katrina Andrews “Veins of Luzon”
Both an artist and a pilot, Katrina Andrews first obtained her degree in Fine Arts Major in Painting from the University of the Philippines. She later earned her Commercial Pilot License and Instructor License after graduating from the Leading Edge Aviation Academy International in Taguig City.
Andrew’s Veins of Luzon is a chronicling of her journey skimming through the surface of the earth. It is a witness to the curves and the crevices, the colors and the textures she’s seen from above. In this series of oil paintings, Andrews shows us the beauty of these rivers and the neglect we pay for the life it gives. It is a reminder of what we have and the responsibility we have to protect it.
A graduate of Fine Arts Major in Painting from the University of the Philippines, Kobusher is back with another solo exhibit. Sticking to painting pop culture icons, Kobusher’s paintings will surely transport you back to your childhood.
Iyan de Jesus “Floor to Ceiling”
A former architecture student and a self-taught artist, Iyan de Jesus started painting with a mouse before shifting to brushes and glazes.
Iyan De Jesus’ Floor to Ceiling is an exposure to the vulnerabilities that come with the incoming tides of change. It dives deep into the feelings of stagnation, the uncertainties of adulthood, and the displacement of growth; all in Alice in Wonderland proportions. Captured with mechanical romanticism and lucid dreamlike memories, Floor to Ceiling is an exploration of the subtle changes that creep in the middle of the night and in waking, find yourself with your feet beyond the edges of your bed and your head thrust hard against the ceiling.
The exhibit will run from November 10 to December 1, 2017. Vinyl on Vinyl is located at 2241 Pasillo 18 La Fuerza Chino Roces Avenue Makati
– The Manila Project
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