Entry 102


SiningSaysay

Last year I visited the SiningSaysay exhibit at the Gateway Tower. For more information about this, you can visit here.

In a nutshell, the exhibit showcases Philippine history visually and artistically. It is an interpretation of our national historiography showing not only events but also cultures, beliefs, and scholarly discoveries that in many ways help define the Filipino.

Below are some of the paintings that I like. I suggest you visit the exhibit, too, at the 5th floor of Gateway Tower in Cubao, Quezon City. Each painting is 6 feet by 12 feet large. (I had to crop the images to exclude the bollards.)

by Junyee

 

by Simkin de Pio

 

by Gig de Pio

by Gig de Pio

by Gig de Pio

by Gig de Pio

 

by Randy Solon

by Randy Solon

by Abdulmari Asia Imao

by Bim Bacaltos

 

by Ding Hidalgo

 

by Jonah Salvosa

by Jonah Salvosa

 

by Vincent de Pio

by Vincent de Pio

 

by Tomy Mananquil

by Tomy Mananquil

 

by Grace Alfonso

by Grace Alfonso

 

by Don Artificio

by Don Artificio

 

by Norman Dreo

by Norman Dreo

 

by Romy Carlos & Norman Dreo

by Romy Carlos & Norman Dreo

 

by Julius Samson

by Julius Samson

 

by Neil Doloricon

by Neil Doloricon

 

by Janice Young

by Janice Young

 

by Michael Velasco

by Michael Velasco

 

by Angel Cacnio

by Angel Cacnio

 

by Adi Baen-Santos

by Adi Baen-Santos

 

by Romy Carlos

by Romy Carlos

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