2022 Exhibitions

Free Phenomenon

October 15 - November 12, 2022

The latest collaboration between Cordero and De Guia revisits the usefulness of dialogue. Formed by distance, circumstance, and need; as well as by their own unique artistic vision, the works are indicative of the values of correspondence and interaction—like messages sent and retrieved.

Confetti United Inc.

September 13 - October 8, 2022

Yason Banal is an artist working with various forms and ideas traversing seemingly divergent systems. His work has been widely exhibited locally and internationally in galleries, museums, fairs, biennales and alternative spaces, most recently at ALT Philippines 2021 and 2020; Metropolitan Museum in 2020 and 2019; Asia Film Archive Singapore, SOAS London and 47 Canal New York in 2019 and Venice Architecture Biennale in 2018. He is full-time faculty at the U.P. Film Institute and former coordinator at the U.P. Film Center.


September 13 - October 8, 2022

KoloWn showcases on canvas paintings, collages and on paper works. The collection is in contrast with their previous projects in the last 3 years that were mostly online, or physical shows with an online component. However, even though these works are rendered physically, they are a byproduct of KoloWn's explorations on the web, travels and public installations.

Postcards from the Alps

August 13 - September 3, 2022

Eddie Hara's Postcards From The Alps is an ongoing project started in 1996. It is a telling of the artist's numerous stories about his life in Switzerland through his iconic visual language.


August 13 - September 3, 2022

This exhibit is borne out of gut feels-inspired by old and new sentiments, concerns, and mild obsessions culled from the here and there of the everyday. Exploration of materials in pairing with the thoughts and feelings behind the works was casually but firmly sought out through. The joy of seeing the resulting visual impact was the chunk of motivation throughout the whole process of producing these works.

Possessed Projxxx Presents: Happy Hours!! Smelly Flowers!!!!

July 19 - August 6, 2022

the artist unveils an imaginary world which is as colorful as it is harrowing, mingling pop references (from cartoons to children's games) with images from the adult world.

May Tenga Ang Lupa

June 14 - July 9, 2022

May tenga ang lupa, may pakpak ang balita (The land has ears, the news has wings) is an aphorism that reminds us not only that contemporary realities have ancient roots but also that nonhuman actors matter in telling the story. In Rodel Tapaya's own words, it is these stories that give us existence: myths and folktales are our ancestors".

Pro Forma

May 7 - June 4, 2022

Pro Forma” encapsulates this growing tendency. The Markov chain as representative of stochastic models mutates and seeps into present binds and contradictions of historicization vis a vis futurity.

The hem of a long conversation

April 2 - April 30, 2022

The Filipino culture has been shaped by hundreds of years of colonization, navigating in globalization, and persisting revolt to self-determination. It is often asked how do Filipinos define their identity because of our history.


April 2 - April 30, 2022

Life is known to us through the aid of the senses, the miraculous filters of awareness, without which, we might cease to exist in the current context or perhaps inhabit unknown dimensions of being. The body seemingly functions as an organic tool inherent to evolving biological memory that helps stimulate consciousness.

Terms and Conditions

February 26 - March 26, 2022

Terms and Conditions, a 3-person show featuring artists Maria Cruz, Manuel Ocampo and Gerardo Tan

It Wasn’t Just A Bad Dream

February 27 - March 26, 2022

Jigger Cruz' thick impasto paintings mines the depth of the figurative through abstraction.

Stills From A Year Of Living Dangerously

February 1 - 19, 2022

Maya Munoz was born in 1972. She studied painting at San Jose State University. In 2003, she relocated back to the Philippines. She is an Ateneo Art Awards recipient and has been exhibiting with The Drawing Room, Art Informal and Silverlens Galleries since 2007. She lives and works in Bicol.