Flower Arrangements

Elaine Navas

March 28 - April 25, 2015

Excavations from the Shanidar Cave in Northern Iraq in the 1950s by the team of American archaeologist Dr. Ralph Solecki has revealed from the several burial sites found there that the arrangement and placement of flowers around the dead is humankind’s oldest tribute, the oldest form of memorialization, the oldest act of mourning, deeming as well the subject of human burial as the world’s oldest form of religious activity.

The complexities of fitting into something flat and dumb

Argie Bandoy

March 25 - April 28, 2015

Through the years of making art, Argie Bandoy remains indignant about the ‘good’ in good paintings: Good—which is being deliberately ‘good at something,’ and which ultimately means trying hard not to be bad—becomes the token for a homogenous set of works that offered nothing much to test the canon. Wrought cautiously against the pretext of art fairs and festivals, the well-designed representational or abstract paintings scale the local market’s phenomenon but not so much its possibilities.


Bembol Dela Cruz

March 25 - April 28, 2015


Pocket Its

Ranelle Dial

March 25 - April 28, 2015




Joseph Tecson

Acid Beach

Oil on Canvas 54" x 84" 2015

Jason Tecson


Metal, Polyurethane foam, Spraypaint Variable 2015