2024 Exhibitions

Gossamer

March 23 - April 27, 2024

Colors annihilate. Occupy: form and content. Paint a head, a flower, a mountain, text. Paint em all on equal terms. Colours wrap around.

A Heart Beating in the World

March 23 - April 27, 2024

"The title is borrowed from Clarice Lispector's novel Agua Viva, a reminder of the atmosphere by which these paintings were made: the humming aggression, a silent rhythm, and the wonder of arriving at what I want to see."

Re Inventing Histories/Re Inventing Stories

March 23 - April 27, 2024

Juni Salvador subdivides his Australia bring-backs, found objects and Philippine-themed curiosities brought into Australia into an assemblage and installation onto two opposing walls and spaces of the gallery classified as the Australian "Oi! Oi! Oi!" and Philippine "Hoy! Hoy! Hoy!".

Concentric Circles

March 23 - April 27, 2024

Trek Valdizno's versatility as an painter has been showcased through numerous solo and group exhibitions in the local and international art scene. He has commissioned works hanging in the walls of City of Dreams, Windford Hotel and Casino, Solaire Hotel and Casino, and 8 Rockwell among others.

Relaxation is a State of Mind

February 17 - March 16, 2024

Mark Salvatus's solo exhibition at The Drawing Room asks about ways to relax. Salvatus's proposition on relaxation is centered around the word 'state,' which connotes many things— a condition, a situation, or a mode of being.

Echoes

February 17 - March 16, 2024

"Echoes" is a collection of artist books that was shaped into emolished structures. Interiors of these structures consist of photographs that show residual traces of what was once, probably, someone's house.

Delirium

February 17 - March 16, 2024

In presenting ten plank-like paintings for the exhibition, the artist critiques the Western modernist trope of minimalist paintings leaning on walls. Influenced by artists such as John McCracken, Blinky Palermo, Raoul de Keyser, Marthe Wery, and Jo Baer, the artworks challenge the boundary between sculpture and painting.

Promised Land

January 13 - February 10, 2024

In a literal, allegorical, and abstract sense, The Promised Land is an embodiment of a long-sought desire, a destination where one’s hopes are realized on arrival. Such a vision is what Victoria Montinola brings to light.

Everything We Don’t Know

January 13 - February 10, 2024

“Everything We Don’t Know” by Gene Paul Martin confronts the problems posed by the history of painting, creating a spectacular evisceration of what we do know of our modernist past into painterly amalgamations of ethno-futurism and animism, magical realism and mutant abstraction, as well as a haunting-ontological aesthetic on the idea of man.