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Galerie Roberto

Galerie Roberto

Galerie Roberto

THE BEST PLACE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART IN THE SOUTH

Galerie Roberto is a venue for art exchange that showcases artworks of both Filipino and international artists. Through collective exhibitions and dynamic displays, it undertakes to promote art and aspires to become a repository for valuable and important artworks.


Galerie Roberto sets forth to promote contemporary art in showcasing the works of artists who are well-established and far renowned in their dedicated visual idiom. It acts also as a showcase for emerging artists who share the same vision and commitment in bringing forth ideas that will help them secure a strong hold in their own artistic vision.


The gallery is committed toward significant showings of Philippines and Asian Art and discerning fresh artistic ideas from around the world. The gallery believes in art that probes new frontiers, pays homage to individuality and emulates the diverse ideas and values of societies.


Locating itself in the center of Ayala Alabang, it intends to bring to the south, the energy and vibrancy of the art scene found in the center of the Metro.


Unit 4, Molito Lifestyle Extension Building, Madrigal Avenue, corner Commerce Ave, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa, 1770 Metro Manila

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    In The Claws of Neon

    The exhibition “In the Claws of Neon” takes its name from Lino Brocka’s 1975 cinematic masterpiece, “Maynila sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag”, which was shot by Mike de Leon, and was based on Edgardo Reyes’ novel, “Sa mga Kuko ng Liwanag”. The works in the exhibition echo the imagery that proliferate the film: bodies caught in labor or in a state of tired immobility, all suspended against the backdrop of a city fuelled by chaos, torment, and unjust hierarchies ruled by the powerful and wealthy. There is tension in this juxtaposition of the bodies and the city that is almost cruel in its irony: there is a sickening sweetness that emanates from the neon intensity of Manila’s city lights that draws these dreaming and labouring bodies to the city like moths to a flame. In the film, we witness the protagonist hustle as he tries to survive while doggedly search for his lover Ligaya Paraiso. He finds her, but once again loses her to the unkind city. Dreams of a Joyful Paradise forever dreamed but never fulfilled, but dreamed nonetheless by the perseverance and resolve of the impoverished, their light distinguished by the greed and inhumanity that inhabit the city basking in the saturated colors of its urban sprawl–it’s this rich leitmotif in Brocka’s film that the exhibition tries to take on. “In the Claws of Neon” features the works of Art Sanchez, Andre Baldovino, Clark Manalo, Emmanuel Miranda, Jep Dizon, Julius Redillas, Jun Tuplano, Kenneth Santiago, Kiko Capile, Kiko Urquiola, Kim Hamilton Sulit, RC RC, Raphael Carloto, Renato Bulate, Ted Penaflor, and Wipo. -MN

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    Blazing Catharsis

    neueste Werke

    • Jun Anga

      "Shell Gatherers", 2019
      18 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Teresita Torda

      "Bandera Españolas", 2020
      36 x 47 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Dante Silverio

      "Valley of Boso-boso", 2020
      31 x 21 inch (h x w)
      Oil on linen
    • Dante Silverio

      "Misty Morning Stroll" (Calatagan), 2020
      26 x 31.5 inch (h x w)
      Oil on linen
    • Andrea Torres

      "Ang Huling Liham ni Pedro", 2020
      18 x 21 inch (h x w)
      Soft Pastel on Canson Paper
    • Andrea Torres

      "Rizal Sculpture in Still Life", 2019
      35 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Mar Vidal

      "Banga sa Banguerra", 2020
      18 x 25.5 inch (h x w)
      Pastel on board
    • Lita Wells

      "The Shadow Mystery" (Mondrian-inspired), 2020
      41 x 35 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jose Mari Picornell

      "Yellow Structure", 2016
      32 x 25 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Cocoy Paano

      "The Vanishing Trade of Carcar", 2019
      29 x 22 inch (h x w)
      Watercolor on Arches Paper
    • Cocoy Paano

      "Pagka Pukaw (Revival)", 2011
      40 x 40 inch (h x w)
      Watercolor and Pastel on Arches Paper
    • Clint Normandia

      "Rays of Hope", 2014
      28 x 36 inch (h x w)
      Watercolor on Arches Paper
    • Clint Normandia

      "Molex", 2019
      36 x 28 inch (h x w)
      Watercolor on Arches Paper
    • Maridi Nivera

      "Mirror Pool", 2020
      35 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Jose Mari R. Picornell

      "Final Rinse", 2018
      22 x 18 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Maridi Nivera

      "The Atelier", 2020
      32 x 25 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Lupicinio Ng

      "Abundance" (旺來), 2017
      35.8 x 20.3 inch (h x w)
      Ink with Watercolor on Rice Paper
    • Lupicinio Ng

      "Rooster's Crow: Where Darkness Ends and Daylight Begins" ("雄鸡一声天下白") , 2018
      35 x 22.9 inch (h x w)
      Ink with Watercolor on Rice Paper
    • Joemarie Sanclaria

      "Master's Palette", 2020
      52 x 42 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Joemarie Sanclaria

      "River's Bounty", 2020
      33 x 44 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
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