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Works of 56 Filipino Artists on Exhibit in Tokyo From 20-24 June 2018

pintokyoAs part of the celebration of the 120th Anniversary of the Proclamation of Philippine Independence and the 157th Birth Anniversary of National Hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal, the Embassy of the Philippines in Tokyo cordially invites the public to visit “PINTOKYO: CONTEMPORARY PHILIPPINE ART EXHIBITION” featuring works of 56 Filipino artists from 20-24 June 2018 at Hillside Forum (Hillside Annex E) Sarugakucho 29-18, Shibuya, Shibuya. The exhibit is organized by Pinto Museum’s Dr. Joven Cuanang in partnership with the Asian Cultural Council (ACC) and curated by Antonio C. Leano.

Featured artists include: Ambie Abaño, Arnica Cantilado, Salvador Alonday, John Paul Antido, Agnes Arellano, Candice Arellano, Welbart Bartolome, Igan D’Bayan, Jana Benitez, Elmer Borlongan, Annie Cabigting, Ninel Constantino, Dansoy Coquilla, Daniel dela Cruz, Demetrio dela Cruz, John Paul Duray, Dexter Fernandez, Nona Garcia, Emmanuel Garibay, Sandra Fabie Gfeller, Eleanor Giron, Guerrero Habulan, Ronald Hilario, Geraldine Javier, Dondon Jeresano, Antonio C. Leaño, Erwin Leaño, Romeo Lee, Joven Mansit, Ferdinand Montemayor, Jason Moss, Raffy Napay, Leeroy New, Gemiliano Orencio, Shannah Orencio, Anthony Palomo, Lynryd Paras, Ian Quirante, Sherwin Sacramento, Jaypee Samson, Jerson Samson, Reynaldo Samson, Jose Santos III, Brave Singh, Yasmin Sison, Dexter Sy, Rodel Tapaya, Wire Tuazon, Mark Valenzuela, Elias Miles Villanueva, Crispin Villanueva, Jr. and Jay Viriña.

According to Dr. Cuanang, the exhibit is dedicated to “the memory of Jose Rizal, Rizal, being a man of many interests and having touched base with a lot of people in the world, echoing what we’re doing in our small way.

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