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    PROMISES III

    12 Dec 2020 – 28 Dec 2020

    True to its advocacy for the advancement of Philippine art through consistent innovation and discovering mindset, the R Gallery caps the year with "Promises III", which will be virtually open on 12 December 2020 at 6 PM. The wide-ranging themes of the exhibit feature the works of both emerging and established artists and their humble contributions to the rising contemporary art scene. One of the most anticipated year-end shows, the term 'Promises' contemplates a sense of hope for humanity. In light of the recent local catastrophes, the R Gallery aims to give back to the community through a charitable cause. If you wish to support this cause and be informed with exclusive updates about the event, you may send us a private message or email us at rgallery.ph@gmail.com #RGalleryPHVirtualMode #PromisesIII #ArtPH

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    TIME STANDS STILL

    12 Dec 2020 – 08 Jan 2021

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    POSSIBLE IMPOSSIBILITIES

    13 Oct 2020 – 24 Oct 2020

    As human beings, we are bound to our limitations. Some things are impossible for us to do. However, these limitations are breakable and surmountable for the artists. Through the power of their imagination, they can produce incredible works. It may seem unimaginable for others, but their creative minds made it possible to infuse limitless potentials and create a masterpiece. On this show, these artists will present artworks that are created beautifully beyond imagination and creativity. Join us and let us all witness how they showcase these impossible creations!

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    REMIXING DISSENT: Deconstructing Urban Experience

    22 Jan 2021 – 02 Feb 2021

    Remixing Dissent: Deconstructing Urban Experience The four man exhibition based on the selected artworks of Alfonso Aguiles, Emman Cardeno, Rejih Quinia and Paulo Gaviola seeks to evoke discourse on how city life transforms constraints in simultaneously urgent and playful ways. Prefixes prompt the probe of these conditions: "re", in the sense of joining together in unison, and "de", in the sense of resistance. The works reveal gestures of subjection and presence expressed through sub-urban aesthetic trends as it continues to evolve and flourish. However, their divergent approaches to that subject reveal not only distinct aesthetic taste and techniques, but also different underlying social and geopolitical background.

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    WHAT A MESS?

    22 Jan 2021 – 02 Feb 2021

    What a mess?! — is a common expression used with an encounter of unpleasant situations. This exhibit paves its way to introduce who I am as an abstract artist. The series of selected paintings show abstracted narrative as I used to reimagine and create something out of disarray of things. Part of my creative process is an attempt to navigate the seemingly oblivious memories of my childhood which takes us back in time (particularly in the 90s). How can a child remain creative as he/she grows up? The choice is yours.

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    SEEMS LIKE YESTERDAY

    27 Nov 2020 – 12 Dec 2020

    One cannot and must not try to erase the past merely because it does not fit the present. -Golda Meir R Gallery proudly presents "Seems Like Yesterday", showcasing the works of Jotyl Bermudez, Kiko Marquez, Didier Alarcon, and JM Saycon. Featured works reflect on or discuss the idea of 'nostalgia', a term that was widely explored by the Romanticism movement which is often immersed in melancholic emotions that range from a sense of reflectivity to a sense of mourning. As the exhibit navigates the particular (yet not necessarily defined) place and time, we are challenged to reminisce every choice that we make. Our previous choices determine what road we travel. The past cannot be changed, only learned from. What we choose to do with those lessons will determine how we live our present and by our choices within our present we can go anywhere we want to with our future. The choice is ours to make. The virtual art exhibition runs from 27 November-12 December 2020.On-site viewings are by appointment only. Learn about our safety guidelines and plan your visit to R Gallery by messaging us at rgallery.ph@gmail.com #RGalleryPhVirtualMode #SeemsLikeYesterday

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    JUST MY TYPE

    12 Nov 2020 – 22 Nov 2020

    JUST MY TYPE “Just my Type” virtually opens on 12 November 2020, together with the exhibition “Back to Basic”. The R Gallery took its pride to present the works of 12 featured artists: Marius Black, Guada Ramos Funtillar, Romnick Diez, Micko Macariola, Charmaigne Mendoza, Nikko Pelaez, Erwin Pineda, Rommel Ramota, Arvin Santos, Ian Jo Semira, Mori, and Raymon Guevarra. In this homecoming exhibition, we celebrate each artist’s individualism as they have their peculiar ways to tell a story. In wrestling with their inner emotions, they find consolation in memories of the real and imaginary past, and immerse themselves in seemingly solitary yet chaotic environment. The featured works reveal the trace of the artists’ creative processes as well as their intimate and continuous contact with their materials. For these artists, such methods of artmaking become the means for coping with the pandemic situation. The mixed array of artworks give form to the notion that returning home or to the self is a cause to celebrate. By turning the spotlight on sustainable inner dialogues, these artists encourage us to become patient listeners of our own selves. In doing so, they allow us to reflect on and share our anxieties, emotions, and vulnerabilities, thus paving the way for restoring and further exploring connections around us. Share your thoughts with us or reflect with a creative output! Post it on our official Instagram @rgallery.ph by using the hashtag #JustMyTypeVirtualMode !

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    BACK TO BASIC

    12 Nov 2020 – 22 Nov 2020

    “Back to Basic” virtually opens on 12 November 2020, Thursday at 7 pm. The exhibit features the works of emerging artists with burgeoning talent in Filipino contemporary art scene. In this exhibition, we reflect on how artists respond to the changing environment brought by the pandemic situation. The quarantine life seems to be getting more chaotic and nerve-wrecking as time goes on. And sometimes, going back to basics is one of the ways we can empower ourselves and not get caught up in the rat race. How do we cope-up with quarantine life? How art-making can be means to translate our introspection to the world that we lived in? How do we understand societal changes in light of mental health, social class, gender, sexuality, politics and so on? Share your thoughts with us or reflect with a creative output! Post it on our official Instagram @rgallery.ph by using the hashtag #BacktoBasicVirtualMode !

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    A-Z

    28 Sep 2020 – 08 Oct 2020

    A-Z Creativity does not conform only to technicalities and discipline. It also requires joy and gratification. As an artist, it is essential to maintain enthusiasm in creating an artwork. Some lose their motivation to continue because they forgot to go back to where they started. They forgot that just being a child, the most honest art is produced out of fun and enjoyment. Join us on September 28 and let these featured artists teach you that creating art is as fun and easy as ABC!

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    UNSAID

    10 Sep 2020 – 17 Sep 2020

    Art, in its free form, conveys a lot of messages. It holds various emotions, memories, and expressions that the work itself and its artist share. It may be unforgettable or unimaginable. It can be an anecdote or memoir in the form of lines, shapes, and colors. Thus, the image painted in a canvas is an ideal story in the absence of words. Modern artists nowadays are using art as a medium to relay a message of positivity and inspiration to people. The predicament we are experiencing during this pandemic resulted in hopelessness, leaving humanity in great despair. We have these unsung heroes such as frontliners to help, but some chose to use their brushes and canvas to draw a path that leads to encouragement. They have found their motivation in life through creativity. Filipino contemporary artists, Renee Avila and Knell Valdecañas, both believe in the power of art to comfort and heal. Their artworks project emotions and feelings that are too overwhelming. They want long-forgotten good memories to be remembered, the untold wisdom of raging passion to be heard, and the inner thoughts to be disclosed. It is through the combination of silence and art that the unspoken words are distinct and resounding. Renee Avila's artistry revolves around the concept of a sense of safety or emotional security-- exposing the unheard emotional side of humans. "During childhood, we have a natural feeling of being safe, being carefree. As we grow up and go through more experiences, usually fear and other negative emotions overtake. My goal for my works is to bring Valdecañas believes that breaking what has been hidden and marking what is yet to be unraveled serves a celebratory experience. "Eluding the uniformity of quietude of words for neutral colours, I have put strokes of paint into canvasses and attempted to share what I feel through my artworks." He said. Avila and Valdecañas' upcoming exhibition on September 10 will show how compelling art can be. Revealing memories and emotions that are difficult to find words for, and yet, they still become emphatic.

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    GOOD RIDDANCE

    23 Aug 2020 – 03 Sep 2020

    Each of us has our share of unhappiness and difficulties in life. Reality does not offer rainbows and cupcakes to everyone and often find ourselves tangled in desperation and sadness. But with all these, we are still looking forward to being unchained and finally escape from hopelessness. We want our baggage to be left behind and ease the burden. We are longing for the day free of worries and that somehow, sufferings are alleviated. In this 4-man show, the featured artworks will send us a message of positivity and hope. This exhibit intends to give people a glimpse of a good life ahead. We must not forget that even though there is sunset, the sun will still rise on its horizon. Good Riddance! Let’s take a break on August 23!

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    UNSPOKEN WORDS | ONCE UPON A TIME

    24 Jul 2020 – 05 Aug 2020

    UNSPOKEN WORDS Silence has a profound message. A keen perception is necessary to delve into a deep sense of communication in the absence of sound. Mysteries and untold stories are hidden in a world where noise is muted. You don't hear it, but you can feel it. There are some things that your eyes may not perceive, but your heart can see and determine. And even in chaos, all the unexpressed emotions and thoughts are revealed through intense observation of actions and unspoken words. In this two-man virtual exhibition of Miller Laberinto and Wendi Patoc, let us all witness the art of their unspoken ideas from the past and present battles to achieve triumph in the future. ONCE UPON A TIME We grew up in castles. We had visited kingdoms and met their kings and queens. Some had even danced with a princess, while others fell in love with a prince. A knight with a shining armor saved us from a dragon or witch. All these happened in our own book stories before innocence left us once upon a time. Let art take you once again in a world where fantasy and reality unites. Wherein fairytales reflect our own life stories. Each canvas represents a book that we once loved and a world where we once lived. With each masterpiece, that life that once existed somewhere in time will be remembered. All the memories of joys, hopes, dreams, and adventures we had as children will be highlighted and honored. Let these artists fill your heart with creativity and believe once again in fairytales' perfect world and happy endings.

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    COUNTING THE DAYS

    12 Jul 2020 – 22 Jul 2020

    COUNTING THE DAYS Some days are good while some are bad. But above all, we often look forward to better days. No matter how bad our yesterday was, still, we believe that there will always be good ones and even better than today. The art show Counting the Days will take us to the journey of art wherein days full of love and positivity are all that matters. Never lose hope and strive hard to continue living our lives, focusing on the essential and substantial aspects. Let us all count our days with a clear vision and faith in our hearts.

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    ESCAPE PLAN | AFTERMATH

    19 Jun 2020 – 03 Jul 2020

    ESCAPE PLAN The coronavirus outbreak in 2019 had caused economic and health crisis worldwide. The death toll increases while the desire to live deflates. This depressing time created not just fear and anxiety. It introduced us to an unknown terror and brought us to a bottomless pit of desperation. This pandemic era teaches us not to flee from where we are but to confine ourselves in safety for us to survive. For the next show, our featured contemporary artists exhibit visual arts that demonstrate ideas of survival through artistry and creativity. It highlights the optimistic approach on how to escape from desolation and bitter reality. It is an inspirational event that interprets art as a haven for refugees from dispiritedness. AFTERMATH Dreadful months have passed by since the beginning of the global pandemic crisis. It is a catastrophe that killed not just the lives of hundreds of thousands of people but millions of dreams and hopes as well. An endless search for solutions and ways to survive are the coping mechanisms that humanity embraces. People still adhere to the possibility of a new future. And still longing for that opportunity to rebuild and live conventionally. In this art show entitled, Aftermath, several contemporary artists exhibit their artworks to promote positivity and encouragement. Every piece of art serves as an inspiration to one's heart and soul, thus making it a symbol of motivation and hope. It conveys a message that even in the darkest times, a promise of a new beginning awaits us. Despite these setbacks, life itself has a silver lining for the current pandemic.

    latest works

    • Alfonso Aguiles

      CLASSIFIED, 2021
      30 x 24 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
      Acrylic & spray paint on canvas
    • Rejih Quinia

      PHANTOM V, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Alfonso Aguiles

      SAUNTER, 2021
      30 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Acrylic and spray paint on canvas
    • Rejih Quinia

      PHANTOM SILVER SHADOW, 2021
      24 x 30 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Rejih Quinia

      PHANTOM SILVER GHOST, 2021
      24 x 30 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Paulo Gaviola

      STRONG, 2021
      19.7 x 19.7 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Paulo Gaviola

      FOCUS, 2021
      19.7 x 19.7 x 1 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Emman Cardeño

      DISCLOSE II, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Emman Cardeño

      DISCLOSE I, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Emman Cardeño

      ARMY OF ONE, 2021
      24 x 18 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Oil on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      I'M READY! I'M READY!, 2021
      48 x 36 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      OH BOY!, 2021
      48 x 36 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      Acryic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      WHAT NOW ERNIE?!, 2021
      30 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      ME LOVE COOKIES!, 2021
      30 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      KNOCK, KNOCK BERT!, 2021
      48 x 36 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      HI MR. NOODLE!, 2021
      30 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      WHY YOU LITTLE!, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      I CAN MOVE, I CAN WALK, I CAN TALK!, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      I WAS MADE READY!, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
    • Jori Gallano

      DON'T HAVE A COW, MAN, 2021
      24 x 24 x 2 inch (h x w x d)
      acrylic on canvas
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