POKLONG ANADING, SANTIAGO GIRALDA,
SOUN HONG, MAYA MUÑOZ: Dissonances

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Four artists from different backgrounds and nationalities come together in this exhibition and all four of them deal with the medium painting from the perspective of conceptualism. Through contra points, the works of these four artists form a dialog – albeit, perhaps a dialog characterized by dissonance – and differences are necessary to keep the conversation open to the possibility of incubating new (forms of) ideas. A dialog between lush versus fine brushstrokes and innovative concepts, pigments and time, paint and space (ideological space, cyberspace, artificial space, studio space, exhibition space, everyday urban space, etc.), colors and body, primer and memory – these need to work in tandem to convey the intentions of the artists to audiences within the space of the exhibition.

 

ALVIN LAU, AMRITA CHANDRADAS, MUHAMMAD FADLI, DENNESE VICTORIA, DWI ASRUL FAJAR, ELLIOTT KOON, GERIC CRUZ, KANEL KHIEV, LEE CHANG MING, LINH PHAM, WATSAMON TRI-YASAKDA, YU YU MYINT THAN: we will have been young

 Look into an interpretation of the youth and the future through the lenses of twelve young Southeast Asian photographers. The exhibition entitled "we will have been young" will be on display this July 25 to August 25, 2018, at Mabini Projects , Ermita, Manila.  "  We Will Have Been Young  " is a product of the Southeast Asian Photography Masterclass 2016-17 in Penang, Malaysia where young photographers from Southeast Asia met for a workshop to produce photographic essays under the mentorship of two renowned German photographers, Jörg Brüggemann and Tobias Kruse of the Ostkreuz Photographer's Agency in Berlin. _  It showcases works by Alvin Lau "Is This What Love Is" (Malaysia), Amrita Chandradas "All is Not Lost" (Singapore), Muhammad Fadli "Vespa Warriors" (Indonesia), Dennese Victoria "Day Spent with Pretend Family" (Phillipines), Dwi Asrul Fajar "A Stream Under the Table" (Indonesia), Elliott Koon "Sons of the Soil" (Malaysia), Geric Cruz "Eva" (Phillipines), Kanel Khiev "Before the Raze" (Cambodia), Lee Chang Ming "Until Then" (Singapore), Linh Pham "Behind Closed Doors" (Vietnam), Watsamon Tri-yasakda "7465" (Thailand), and Yu Yu Myint Than "Memory Lane" (Myanmar).  Schedule of events: • Exhibition Opening July 25, 2018, 6pm Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila  • Artists Talk with Dennese Victoria and Geric Cruz August 18, 2018, 4pm Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila  • Exhibition Run July 25 to August 25, 2018 Every Tuesday to Saturday 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila  For more information,  visit  Goethe-Institut Philippinen   goethe.de/manila

Look into an interpretation of the youth and the future through the lenses of twelve young Southeast Asian photographers. The exhibition entitled "we will have been young" will be on display this July 25 to August 25, 2018, atMabini Projects, Ermita, Manila.

We Will Have Been Young " is a product of the Southeast Asian Photography Masterclass 2016-17 in Penang, Malaysia where young photographers from Southeast Asia met for a workshop to produce photographic essays under the mentorship of two renowned German photographers, Jörg Brüggemann and Tobias Kruse of the Ostkreuz Photographer's Agency in Berlin.
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It showcases works by Alvin Lau "Is This What Love Is" (Malaysia), Amrita Chandradas "All is Not Lost" (Singapore), Muhammad Fadli "Vespa Warriors" (Indonesia), Dennese Victoria "Day Spent with Pretend Family" (Phillipines), Dwi Asrul Fajar "A Stream Under the Table" (Indonesia), Elliott Koon "Sons of the Soil" (Malaysia), Geric Cruz "Eva" (Phillipines), Kanel Khiev "Before the Raze" (Cambodia), Lee Chang Ming "Until Then" (Singapore), Linh Pham "Behind Closed Doors" (Vietnam), Watsamon Tri-yasakda "7465" (Thailand), and Yu Yu Myint Than "Memory Lane" (Myanmar).

Schedule of events:
• Exhibition Opening
July 25, 2018, 6pm
Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila

• Artists Talk
with Dennese Victoria and Geric Cruz
August 18, 2018, 4pm
Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila

• Exhibition Run
July 25 to August 25, 2018
Every Tuesday to Saturday
2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Mabini Projects, 1335 A. Mabini St., Ermita, Manila

For more information, 
visit Goethe-Institut Philippinen goethe.de/manila