Davao City Philippines Art
Despite the global health crisis, art continues to flourish in Mindanao, and this is proof of that. The 1st Mindanaso Art Fair kicked off Saturday in Davao City, drawing attention to the high quality of art and the art world it has to offer. Spectators take a look at the artworks on display on the first day of this year's art fair at the Davo City Art Museum, Davos.
MindanaoArt brings together invited artists from all over the country as well as participating regional groups from the Philippines and the rest of Asia.
Davao City is located in southern Mindanao, but it is also home to the surrounding provinces of Cagayan de Oro, Bukidnon and Zamboanga. MindaNews has counted the participating artists in the exhibition notes below. Visit a variety of art exhibitions in Davao and other parts of the country. In the Caraga region Butuan is the capital of Mindanasio and the largest city in South and East Asia, Zuluaga is Westminster, Cagsayan - en - Oro and Bukidsnon are located in the north of Mindanao and Davoa City, is located in the south of Mindanao.
Subangan, Davao Oriental is one of the best museums in the city of Daviao, offering guided tours. It is a great place for history buffs, students and researchers who want to learn about the enchanting culture and heritage of the Philippines. Visiting Davoa is not only about meeting the famous artists, but also about the rich history and culture of this beautiful city in southern Mindanao.
The history of Davao unfolds through art and sculpture, and this educational two-hour tour offers visitors the opportunity to leave the house happy and well informed. It displays some of the greatest artifacts and paintings and provides information about the history and culture of this beautiful city.
Next time you're planning a holiday in the Philippines, visit this interesting museum in Davao City and enjoy a dose of infotainment and many factual insights.
Laya Boquiren is a graduate of the School of Art and Art History at the University of Davao City. She earned a Master of Art in Art History from the University of Philippines Diliman in 2009 and completed a short program at Keio University in 2010, as well as participating in the Shell National Art Competition. Art Park in Makati, she has participated in a number of exhibitions organized by the school, such as the Southeast Asian Art Museum and the Philippine Institute of Contemporary Art. What does it mean to be Filipino? And what is important to you and your family?
These questions were raised by Kublai Millan, curator of the Mindanao Art Fair, which took place in Davao from October 4 to 6 last year. It was the prelude to the Mindanao Art Fair and was staged as a way to introduce some of our artists from Davoa and the surrounding area to the public in Manila and to awaken the interest in the spirit - a frightening number of artworks from the region, as well as from other parts of Southeast Asia and the United States. In addition to the works of Kub lai and Millaa, we have also invited them to share their expertise at the Artist Talks on October 4 and 6 at the Philippine Institute of Contemporary Art in Makati.
The year 2013-2015 marks the 10th anniversary of the Mindanao Art Fair in Davao City, which I attended last year. This event is the culmination of years of hard work and dedication by all of us who are proud to have founded our company in Davoa City.
The conference will take place from 10 to 11 October 2015 in Davoa City, Davao City, and is supported by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts. Many emerging artists began their careers here, especially in the field of art.
The main exhibition will feature works by artists from Davao City and other parts of the country, as well as from other countries. The exhibition follows an earlier group exhibition, which Kublai led earlier this year, which he called "Sibol Sprout," which featured three art teachers who had broken into Manila.
In 2006, the veteran artists organized a group exhibition of their work, but the new team is in the process of participating in a series of group exhibitions in Davao City and other parts of the country. Last year's group exhibition featured emerging artists such as Giorgia Muntinlupa, Domingo Pangilinan and Ramiro Bautista. The artists are also represented in two other exhibitions, one organized by the Philippine Museum of Contemporary Art (PMA) in Manila and the other by a local gallery in Pampanga.