Sundaram Tagore Singapore and curator Gary Ross Pastrana present Street Mining: Contemporary Art From the Philippines, an exhibition of cutting-edge work by eight artists from the Philippines who use painting, sculpture, installation, photography and video to create personal narratives influenced by the colorful, chaotic streets of Manila and beyond. On view will be work by artists Poklong Anading, Louie Cordero, Vic Balanon, Nona Garcia, Kawayan De Guia, MM Yu and the collective known as Broke, a collaboration of Jeremy Guiab and Gary Ross Pastrana.
Opening reception with the curator: Friday, January 19, 7 – 9pm
Kawayan De Guia, Nature of Currency (diptych), mixed media, 54 x 84 inches/137.16 x 213.36 cm. Image courtesy of the artist and Sundaram Tagore Gallery.
Poklong Anading, Bandilang Basahan (vol. IV), 2017, seven-minute video installation, single-channel videos, found rags, net, hooks, fastener, aluminum, 74.8 x 74.8 x 37.4 inches/190 x 190 x 95 cm. Image courtesy of the artist and Sundaram Tagore Gallery.
Broke, Signals III, metal, paint, fabric, concrete, LED lights, 15.7 x 23.6 x 27.6 inches/40 x 60 x 70 cm. Image courtesy of the artist and Sundaram Tagore Gallery.