Past Exhibits


A GIFT OF SPRINGTIME | Manuel Baldemor

“A Gift of Springtime” by Manuel Baldemor illustrates his experience of spring. Baldemor who loves traveling, witnessed and joined the festivities of springtime in different cultures and countries at different times unified by the celebration of new life and a promise of better times.
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BATO-BATO SA LANGIT | Noel Mahilum

“When stones are thrown heavenward...” An old Filipino proverb used when a person wants to state an opinion but would like to emphasize that they meant no offence. No one ...
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THE OLD WORLD | Manuel Sinquenco

Manny started young. With artistic inclinations running through his veins, he started his painting career at the age of seventeen, learning from the village artist under the guidance of Jun ...
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TIMELINE | 25 Years of Visual Retrospect

On its 25th anniversary, Art Circle Gallery unveils its commemorative art exhibition, “Timeline: 25 Years of Visual Retrospect”. The exhibit features a panoramic view of the Art Circle Gallery portfolio over the course of its 25-year history.
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COLOURS BEYOND LIFE | Jun Caingat

Amado “Jun” Caingat was born on May 18, 1944 in the city of Manila. Predominantly a self-taught artist, he developed an extreme interest and passion for the visual arts. In …

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THE MAGIC REALIST | Nestor Leynes

The effects that make a painting distinctly Leynes, are his perfection of detail and the sense of being more real than real. His paintings look so real in fact, that ...
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Mise En Scéne | A Historical Preview of the Old Towns and Cities in the Mid 1900’s

Manila and the towns surrounding it from the 30’s to the 50’s was the ideal theater for a culture that was eminently respectable and thus teeming with Filipino ladies and ...
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NOW & THEN | Realism through the Ages

Realism Through the Ages Water Color Works Time and again, people have always been fascinated with nostalgia. It is a piece of time preserved and suspended; a fond feeling and ...
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THE DISCIPLINE OF PERFECTION | Wood Carvings by Angelito Baldemor

Perfection requires discipline. For Angelito, wood sculpting involves twice the amount of time and patience than painting. It takes him two days to chisel the sculpture’s basic shape, but to ...
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BOKETTO: Losing One’s Own Self in a Distance | Joel Mahilum

Boketto [ぼけっと] [jap.] the act of gazing vacantly into the distance, without thinking Joel Mahilum’s artistic journey is paved with many opposites: at one point, he stood right by his ...
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