• Artists' Talk

    with artists Josephine Turalba and Eric Zamuco

    When: March 9, 2013, 2:00 - 4:00 PM
    Where: G/F Benpres Bldg. Exchange Road Corner Meralco Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City

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    When: February 21 - August 3, 2013
    Venue: G/F Benpres Bldg. Exchange Road Corner Meralco Avenue, Ortigas Center, Pasig City
    Museum Hours: Mon - Sat: 8 AM - 5 PM

    Website: lopezlink.ph/lopez-museum/3536-grounded…

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    Into the Woods

    When: February 14 - March 10, 2013
    Venue: Manila Contemporary Gallery
    2314 Don Chino Roces Avenue Ext. (formerly Pasong Tamo Ext.)
    Makati, Metro Manila
    Gallery Hours: Tues - Sat: 11 AM - 7 PM; Sun: 11 AM - 4 PM; Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays

    Website: manilacontemporary.com/?p=2602

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    New Acquisitions (UP Art Collection)

    When: Opening February 7, 2013
    Venue: Bulwagan ng Dangal, Main Library
    University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City
    Museum Hours: Tues - Fri: 10 AM - 6 PM; Sat: 10 AM - 2 PM

    About: diliman-diary.blogspot.com/2013/02/up-d…

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    Pop Effects

    When: January 28 - February 21, 2013
    Venue: Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery, Anne Arundel Community College
    101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012
    Gallery Hours: 9:00 AM - 400: PM weekdays
    Website: www.aacc.edu/newsonline/2013/01/popeffe…

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    Let's Do That Again

    Through an exhibit of paintings and sculptures, artists Toym Imao and Sam Allerton Green show that they play with toys just as hard as they work. Toym and Sam demonstrate symbolism that makes toys significant to young and old alike.

    When: November 3 - 30, 2012
    Venue: Creative Alliance at the Patterson
    Address: 3134 Eastern Ave.
    Phone: (410) 276-1651
    Web Site: www.creativealliance.org

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    Beyond the Frame: Spatial Composition After Lucio Fontana

    Featuring Fontana’s canvases juxtaposed with the work of three emerging young artists - Micheal Cor, Toym Imao and Ali Miller, who also fashion objects that go over, behind and beyond the frame of traditional painting. Curated by Mike Maizels and Nathan Lincoln-Decusatis.

    When: September 8 - October 2, 2012
    Venue: Contemporary Wing
    1412 14th Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20005


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    Body as Monument

    This exhibit tackles the idea of physical engagement through the arts via selected artists Mina Cheon, Steven Singer, Dominic Terlizzi, Toym Imao, Tyrone Geter, and Yerin Kim. Curated by Adejoke Tugbiyele.

    When: July 19 - August 5, 2012
    Venue: Creative Alliance, Amalie Rothschild Gallery
    3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, MD 21224

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    ACADEMY 2012

    ACADEMY 2012, is the 12th annual invitational survey of outstanding work by MFA/BFA students in the Washington/Baltimore area by exhibition founder and curator, Jamie Smith, Ph.D. Toym Imao's Reversed, Expanded, Exploded, POPped (Jeff Koons), one of his first Auto-Serendipitous Actions Paintings (ASAPs) installation is featured.

    When: July 7 – August 18, 2012
    Venue: Conner Contemporary Art (Connersmith)
    1358 Florida Avenue, NE - wshington DC 2002
    Phone: +202 - 588 - 8750


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    This exhibition features the works of two Filipino artists Toym Leon Imao and Lazaro Juan, whose visual response to concepts like benevolent assimilation and manifest destiny embodies their reaction to their country’s colonial past.

    Indiosyncracies is born from the fusion of two ideas: Indio is a Spanish term used in the 16th - 19th centuries to describe the native inhabitants of the Philippines. Idiosyncrasy is defined as a condition which signifies how an individual, reacts, perceives, and experiences a common situation; where it may incur a sense of nostalgic memory for one person and disgust in another.

    Lazaro Juan uses comic book-like visuals with a penchant for DIY aesthetics in his artistic approach. His work references are history, political and editorial cartoons during the American occupation of the Philippines, mixed with Catholic imagery and its iconography; while combining elements of humor and satire in depicting the violence, and the psychological strain of colonialism at its crudest form.

    Toym Leon Imao’s works are rooted from his background in creating public art - monuments and shrines that depict different periods in the Philippines’ history. Currently under a Fulbright Scholarship in the U.S., he has focused on an alternative imaging of history that deals with colonial concepts such as hybridity to weave visual narratives that acknowledge the western pastiche of his cultural landscape while producing these images in processes grounded in eastern rituals and sensibilities.

    When: March 2 - 28, 2012
    Venue: Gallery 456 Chinese American Arts Council
    Address: 456 Broadway, 3fl New York, NY 10013