MIKE ADRAO, LESLIE DE CHAVEZ AND EA TORRADO AT LOPEZ MUSEUM

Monday, January 20, 2014

Featuring guest visual artists Leslie de Chavez and Mike Adrao, along with dancer/choreographer Ea Torrado, Complicated situates the post-colonial critiques in the many upheavals of Philippine history that are represented in the archival, library, and art collections of the museum and library. It focuses on the complicated relationship of the Philippines with its colonial pasts and problematizes the notion that identity is both a product of our post-colonial circumstance and the discourse of nationhood. Complicated exhibit will be open to the public on February 21, 2014.



Artworks of the invited artists will be placed with numerous pieces from the museum’s collection such as Benedicto Cabrera’s Soldiers, studies of Per Pacem et Libertatem by Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo, and a number of prints by Juvenal Sanso.

Talks by the invited artists will be accompanying the exhibit. Mike Adrao (March 1), Ea Torrado (May 17), and Leslie de Chavez (July 5) will be discussing the processes and ideas behind their artworks.

The exhibit will run until August 2, 2014.

For more information about the exhibit and its activities, call Tina at 631-2417 or email lmmpasig@gmail.com.

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