Philippine Center New York

Contemporaneo Filipiniana

Exhibit Opening Reception Photos

Save the date this coming July 29 opening of “Contemporaneo Filipiniana” art exhibit at the Philippine Center Gallery, 556 5th Avenue in New York.

UgnaySining’s “CONTEMPORANEO FILIPINIANA” brings together the works of eighth Filipino Artists from Manila and the USA as they re-define and re-visualize the Filipino art by employing the use of various styles, medium, and techniques.

“CONTEMPORANEO FILIPINIANA” will feature the collaborative works of Art Zamora, Rene V. Canlas, Maryrose Gisbert, Henry Lim, Ted Luna, Oying Madrilejos, Bonnie Jimenez, and Erwin Canlas.

This show which mainly described as visual perception from their personal art journeys is under the umbrella of UgnaySining, Manila.

The exhibit will have different approaches, from painting, wood art, to photography are exemplified. Each work is an experiment in shape, and form resulting in a compelling collective art pieces.  Their use of materials and approach differ, the art pieces dig deep at what inspires their personal view and artistic philosophy between them, and today’s audience.

Join us on July 29, opening cocktails at 6PM as we celebrate and experience a true Filipino artistry. The show will run until August 9, 2019.

About UgnaySining:

UgnaySining Art Group is composed of established and award winning visual artists who originally came from different art groups in the Philippines. It was organized under the principles of “uniting artists through for, and by arts regardless of medium they used or genre they are accustomed to.

Established in May 2015, UgnaySining has already gathered positive and responsible comments which inspired the group to grow more from a handful of members. Since then, the group was able to achieved its initial goal to bond the group from its first major art exhibit in Sept. 2016, and followed by successful yearly art exhibits.  In the coming year, UgnaySining is looking forward to do more art related activities, by conducting Free-Art Lessons and Art Demos and seminars in different schools and communities to reach out art to the masses.