2015 WALONG FILIPINA:Alay sa Manghahabi (Tribute to the Weaver) Romulo Hall, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines, Washington D.C.
GROUP SHOW : Lee Aguinaldo (1933-2007) Federico Aguilar Alcuaz (1932-2011) Ang Kiukok (1931-2005) Jerry Araos (1944-2012) Jose Blanco (1932-2008) Inday Cadapan (1939-2004) Robert Chabet (1937-2013) Honrado Hernandez (1950-2005) Sid Hildawa (1963-2008) Abdulmari Imao (1936-2014) Anita Magsaysay Ho (1914-2012) Mario Parial (1944-2013) Raul Piedra (1951-2009) Nik Ricio (1945-2014) Don Salubayba (1979-2013) Lino Severino (1932-2004)
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January 15, 2015
May your days be full of joy in the Lord, mind full of peace & a heart full of love
on your 71 blessed years…..
November 23, 2013
Yolanda Relief update 2Due to the devastation caused by typhoon, Yolanda, Liongoren Gallery in cooperation with various artists and supporters have been working on sustainable and healthy relief efforts for the victims of eastern Samar and Tacloban. Please visit malongnimama.tumblr.com for more details.
Our on going show, Apol Sta. Maria’s first one man show “Oil on Canvas”, will be donating proceeds of sales to the victims of the said calamity as well.
August 15, 2012
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May 21, 2011
Walong Filipina 2011 and 2010 “Sa Ngalan ng Kalikasan” will be exhibited in Pinto Art Gallery this coming Sunday, 3pm.
February 8, 2011
A solo exhibition of paintings by Alfredo Liongoren opens tonight at 6PM, The Crucible Gallery in Megamall, Ortigas City, Philippines.
January 4, 2011
Happy new year folks and welcome to Liongoren Gallery’s official website. Please feel free to roam and explore our digital domain. The actual gallery has been around since the 1980’s and we’re still working on collecting our past exhibit archives and we apologize for the lack of content thereof. But do expect to find updates on upcoming events, artworks and other goods in stock.
We open 2011 with a book launch of Prof. May Datuin’s “ALTER(N)ATIONS”, a compilation of essays gathered by Datuin, of scholars Alice Guillermo, Cherubim Quizon, Indira Myra Endaya, Brenda V. Fajardo, Eileen Legaspi Ramirez, and Neferti Tadiar to enflesh the various ways by which the life and work of artist Imelda Cajipe Endaya can be read. The show features a selection of artworks by Cajipe Endaya clustered along interlocking themes outlined in the book. The show opens on Jan 4 and runs until Feb 4,2011 at Liongoren Gallery, Quezon City.