GROUP SHOW : GENARA BANZON ISABEL ROXAS LENORE LIM LEWANDA LIM NELFA QUERUBIN PEP MANALANG NENA SAGUIL VALERIA CAVESTANY
WALONG FILIPINA 2013: OVER SEAS
MAIN GALLERY : LEVEL 2 05.10.13 - 05.31.13
GROUP SHOW : Antipas Delotavo, Jojit Solano, Goldie Poblador, Clairelynn Uy, Jojo Lofranco, Buen Calubayan, Rovi Salegumba, and Mario de Rivera
ART FAIR PHILIPPINES 2013: GRRROAN -> GRRREEN
Art Fair Philippines 2013 : The Link Parkway Drive Ayala Center Makati City 02.07.13 -02.10.13
Norma Belleza and Angelito Antonio / Plet Bolipata and Elmer Borlongan / Clairelynn Uy and Jojo Lofranco / Tessy and Jon Pettyjohn / Pam Yan Santos and John Santos / Marina Cruz and Rodel Tapaya / Mervy Pueblo and Noell El Farol
PARES + PARES
MAIN GALLERY 12.08.2012 - 01.07.2012
Abuevas, Cacnios, De pios, Liongorens, Samsons, Vicaldos, Vinluans
COLOR & FORM IN GENES
AVANT LOBBY - FORT BONIFACIO GLOBAL CITY 11.16.12 - 11.23.12
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…..
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)
These artists have conveyed new ways of seeing through all the various ever evolving techniques and processes of image making. Never before had there been so many ideas about what art could be or how it could be made; never had new art been the subject of such impassioned controversy. Inevitably, all that had seemed startling or threatening came to look normal, even classical, within a few decades. In the end, the new may have even lost the power to shock.
Still, a century’s legacy has left its mark given the artists who left us within the span of a decade.
December 22, 2014
Delayed thanks for visiting our space in SIKAT ART FAIR 2014 Mega Trade Hall last October. That is just a fragment of what we have at the Liongoren Gallery, 111 New York Avenue corner Stanford Street, Cubao, Quezon City.
We hope just before Christmas you will find time to come and view our collection of Filipino contemporary masters and emerging talents. Our gallery shop, Herba Buena, has an array of handmade goods like Philippine textile, accessories, herbal products, books on Philippine art history & culture etc., that would make wonderful gift items for your love ones.
We shall stage GREAT ART FINDS: quality artworks we found in our stockroom waiting to be discovered by beginners and seasoned art collectors from December 8-18, 2014 (except Sunday), The price ranges from P8,000 & above. This is our year end event to benefit “School in a Cart: A Wheel of Life Christian Ministries”.
See you soon!!!
November 23, 2013
Due 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.
April 30, 2013
Walong Filipina 2013: “Over Seas” Opens May 10 at Liongoren Gallery. Featuring works by eight outstanding expatriate Filipinas.
| GENARA BANZON ISABEL ROXAS LENORE LIM LEWANDA LIM NELFA QUERUBIN PEP MANALANG NENA SAGUIL VALERIA CAVESTANY
The range of styles and statements about water vary: from wonderment inspired by water’s cosmic spiritual attributes, to homage to and gratitude for water as life-sustaining force, to critical comments on how humanity has abused the waters of our environment. – words by Imelda Cajipe Endaya
December 11, 2012
Visit pares+pares photo journal to learn more about the artist couples featured in our December show. Happy Holidays everyone!
October 10, 2012
Recollection 1081 at Liongoren Gallery
Art works done during and after the Martial Rule of the conjugal dictatorship of deposed President Ferdinand and former First Lady Imelda Marcos (1972 – 1986) are on exhibit at the Liongoren Gallery from September 22 to Oct 22, 2012. They speak of what our country went through during that dark period of our history. The show includes works of art in different media by the stalwarts of social realism: Pablo Baen Santos, Antipas Delotavo, Edgar Talusan Fernandez, Renato Habulan, Orlando Castillo, Boggie Ruiz, Aster Tecson, Neil Doloricon, Benjie Torrado Cabrera, Anna Fer and Alfredo Liongoren.
Paco Santos, Jojit Solano and Patrick Fernandez represent artists from Pangasinan.
The show is enriched by the participation of new works by Kababaihan Sa Sining Biswal ng Bagong Kamalayan (KASIBULAN) members Brenda Fajardo, Imelda Cajipe Endaya, June Dalisay, Tala Contreras, Ramon dela Cruz Gaston, Vivian Nucom Limpin, Elaine Lopez Clemente, Cez Nunez, Eden Ocampo, Gabie Osorio, Alma Quinto, Doris G. Rodriguez, Christine Sioco, Lia Torralba and Clairelynn Uy. New paintings by martial law babies’ artists Dayong Mendoza, Daniel Coquilla, and Neil Manalo are also included.
Some significant poems written during that period could be read as wall texts in the exhibit. Pete Lacaba, Mila Aguilar, Roger Mangahas and slain poet activist Eman Lacaba wrote them.
Lessons learned are a cry of our time as far as 1081. It is best articulated in poems, songs
and art masterpieces.
Liongoren Gallery is located at 111 New York/ Stanford Streets, Cubao, Quezon City.
For inquiries, call 9124319, 4393962 and 9643496.
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.