Monday, October 4, 2010

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Spectrum 2010

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Spectrum 2010

an Annual Photography Exhibit by Red Gallery.
No themes, no subjects, no groups... Photographers at their best!

curated by Babak Niaraki

Friday, April 23, 2010

THE KILLING JAR @ Red Gallery April 28 opening

The Killing Jar
Artworks of Rosario Solis in collaboration with Nestor Ong

When corporations and ideologies started categorizing dreams and ideals in neat little boxes, the soul and essence of free thinking began to wither like insects in a huge killing jar. The suffocation has to end. The lid has to be opened. The killing jar must be shattered.

Featured in the exhibit are six artworks by Rosario Solis that celebrate liberation, images inspired by very old scientific illustrations of insects combined with modern minimalist organic and industrial designs.

Also featured is a surrealist portrayal of a taboo love affair done by Nestor Ong.

Aside from breaking personal killing jars, there will also be a jam session with PG Zoluaga's band "Maharlikang Bahandi", poetry readings, and collaborative painting sessions.

April 28, 2010 7 pm Opening Night.

for more info contact Babak Niaraki 09285075037

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Mud House in Danjugan Island

An emerging tourist destination in the Philippines is Sipalay City in Negros Occidental, which could be reached through a three-hour land trip from Bacolod City, the provincial capital. The city offers smart travelers seeking relief from the hustle and bustle of urban centers many beach resorts. Off Sipalay is Danjugan island, a marine reserve and sanctuary, where you can commune with nature at its purest, prominent features of which are three lagoons, a bat cave, rare species of birds, including eagles that have found a peaceful abode on the island. From the Sipalay town proper, you can hie off to the island in 30 minutes by pump boat, with limbs of nature welcoming you along the way.

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