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At the last minute, I was able to register for this walk and I am anticipating that I would be in for a visual treat. When I got to SMX and registered, I kinda felt lost with so many artworks displayed.
Itinerary of the tour
Being the country's only art fair, I expect nothing less here at ManilArt and well, two hours of the tour won't be enough. The exhibit was from October 2-6 so I hope you were able to visit and appreciate just like I did.
Mr Robert Santos (Curator of the Fatima University Gallery) facilitated the tour designed for students and enthusiasts alike. There are more than 40 exhibits to visit but for the tour, we will be going to only 15. The route of the tour would be different from the other as each route would feature a different set of galleries. Not a bad idea especially for people who love works of art.
Here are some of my unedited shots during the blogger's tour.
Big and Small Gallery's Crack in the Hull by Ronald Ventura
Gallery Big's Mariveles by Joya
Ever wonder how much this Amorsolo painting is?
Gallerie Stephanie's Introduction to Evolution by Villaseran
Gallerie Francesca's Unli in the Philippines by Obemio
Republikha's End of the Black Inhearitance by Elopre. This artwork took 18 months to complete as its mostly composed of feathers. And the picture you see is not the entire art piece. =P
Our tour facilitator informing us with bits and pieces of each artwork
JIV Manila Art's Installation of lightboxes by VJ Villafranca
More works of art
And more work's of Art XD
Juan Archival's Major Major bu Culaba
Explaining the artwork at Galleria Dumelia
Gallery Nine's Siete de Agosto by Romulo Galicano
But wait! There's more!!! XD. I'll keep updating this until I'm done. XD
I almost forgot, I went back last Friday for a 4-hour tour by myself with almost a thousand photographs taken. Just stay tuned. XD