Current Exhibit

PAROUSIA

a solo exhibition by Anton Del Castillo

6 – 15 May, 2021

Galerie Roberto presents a solo exhibition by Anton del Castillo for ArtFair Philippines 2021.  Rendered in his signature style, the realistic gas mask-wearing subjects rendered over gold leaf are all presented in apparent wait, a metaphor for the precarious situation we are all in, now that the world has survived one year of COVID-19.  As we wait in anxiety for vaccines and cures, in the safety of our homes, del Castillo reminds us of our higher purpose.  We are not just flesh and bone, we are spirit made in the likeness of a divine being.  Mortal, our time is limited, but with purpose.  And how we make use of it is what matters.

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RECENT EXHIBITIONS

DROP OF LIFE

Binong Javier – 2nd solo show

20 March – 2 April 2021

Binong Javier demonstrates his mastery over pointillist abstract expressionism. On Javier’s canvases, the accrual of these individual strokes unfolds into encompassing images: majestic vistas and brilliant sceneries. Richly textured, the crevasses and peaks of these paintings take on a sculptural quality, shifting and shaping with angles of light and sight.

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DIVERSIFORM

Pop-surrealism and art toys

7 – 18 March 2021

The fulmination of pop surrealism art was the advent of absurd illustrations of what is beneath the facade of this modern reality. It is a series of dreamlike imagery and the abrupt juxtapositions of pop culture and grotesque fantasy. “Diversiform” exhibits these diverse works of art from local Pop Surrealist artists for you to revel upon the subtle symbolism that these artists are trying to disseminate.

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Verdigris: The Guided Pursuit

Allain Hablo – 12th solo show

2 February – 5 March 2021

Behind the alluring work of Allain Hablo’s new series, “Verdigris: The Guided Pursuit”, his inspirations are the copper roofs of old buildings in Europe, Russia, and America. These copper roofs, beautiful as they are, are made even more beautiful by the process of verdigris which, through time and natural reaction to the elements, turn brown copper into bluish-green.

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