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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Philippine Art Trek VI: Vue Privée

Vue Privée: Exhibition of Art as Part of Philippine Art Trek VI Exhibit

I couldn't be more excited for November 2nd and attend the Vue Privée with the theme “Imagine”. It is an exhibition in partnership with the Philippine Embassy, as part of Philippine Art Trek VI, a series of exhibits by established and emerging Filipino artists, spread over a month across some of Singapore’s top art galleries.  

The latest salon experience will bring together nine exciting names in Philippine art for one of the biggest annual expositions of Philippine art outside of the Philippines. Artists included in Imagine are Arnica Acantilado, Tyago Almario, James Gabito, Ronald Jeresano, Lester Rodriguez, Jeffrey Salon, CJ Tanedo, Cris Tuazon, and Michael Villagante.

The VIP opening will be held on Friday, November 2, 2012 from 6:30-9:30pm at [VP]’s salon located at 63 Spottiswoode Park Road. 

What: Vue Privée: Exhibition of Art as Part of Philippine Art Trek VI
When: November 2, 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Where: 63 Spottiswoode Park Road

 To attend, you may RSVP through this link

Vue Privée
63 Spottiswoode Park Road
Singapore, 088651

Opening Hours:
Sat – Sun: 12 – 6pm
Mon – Fri: by Appointment

For an appointment,
kindly contact:
Tanya Amador
Gallery Manager
T : 6225 8506
M : 9298 5210
Peace Deployed by Jeff Salon, 60 in x 48 in, oil on canvas

“Imagine” explores the possibility of a world without pain, wars, hatred, imbalances, and fears, representing the artists’ aspirations and dreams. Portraying a world that the artists’ wish for and causing them to wonder if this imaginary world would still fuel their artistic imagination. Contained within the works the viewer sees what people would supposedly look like and what would be reflected in cities and nature. This show hopes to stimulate discussion and poses the question, “What is truly important in life?”

Be inspired by a world of fantasy or a world mirroring a true reflection of what you wish it could be. Take a brief moment… Imagine…

The Ambassador of the Philippines, H.E. Minda Calaguian-Cruz will be present on the VIP opening night. 

Below is the full list of the schedule of events for the Philippine Art Trek.