Category: Pavilions

  • Tripa de Gallina: Guts of Estuary

    Tripa de Gallina: Guts of Estuary

    18th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia20 May – 26 November 2023Philippine Pavilion, Artiglierie in Arsenale, Venice, Italy Tripa de Gallina: Guts of Estuary Curators:Sam Domingo and Ar. Choie Y. Funk Exhibitors:The Architecture Collective (TAC)Bien Victor M. AlvarezMatthew Jonathan S. GanAr. Christian Lyle D. La MadridNoel Joseph Y. NarcisoArnold A. Rañada Collaborator:Jose Antonio…

  • Andi taku e sana, Amung taku di sana / All of us present, This is our gathering

    Andi taku e sana, Amung taku di sana / All of us present, This is our gathering

    Venice Art Biennale 2022, 23 April – 27 November 2022 Philippine Pavilion, Artiglierie, Arsenale, Venice https://anditakuesana.philartsvenicebiennale.org/ Curators:  Yael Buencamino Borromeo and Arvin Flores Artist: Gerardo Tan, in collaboration with musicologist Felicidad A. Prudente and Ifugao master weaver Sammy N. Buhle Commissioner: The Philippines’  National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) in partnership with the…

  • Structures of Mutual Support

    Structures of Mutual Support

    https://soms.philartsvenicebiennale.org/ Structures of Mutual Support Exhibition is the official Philippine entry at the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale, proposed by Framework Collaborative. The proposal invests in the process of building structures and spaces. Structures of Mutual Support is a collaborative project of the community of Brgy. Engkanto (Angat, Bulacan), Ar. Sudarshan V. Khadka, Jr. and Ar.…

  • Island Weather

    Island Weather

    Venice Art Biennale 2019, 11 May to 24 November 2019 Philippine PavilionArtiglieri, Arsenale – Venice www.islandweather.philartsvenicebiennale.org The Philippine Pavilion opened at the 58th Venice Art Biennale in 2019 with the exhibition entitled Island Weather. The curator, Tessa Maria Guazon, has worked with visual artist Mark Justiniani on an exhibition that offers the experience of an…

  • The City Who Had Two Navels

    The City Who Had Two Navels

    Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, 26 May to 25 November 2018 Philippine PavilionArtiglieri, Arsenale – Venice https://citywhohadtwonavels.philartsvenicebiennale.org/ Representing the Philippines at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, is the exhibition The City Who Had Two Navels conceived by Edson Cabalfin as a two-themed exhibition: “(Post)Colonial Imaginations,” and “Neoliberal Urbanism.” The Philippine Pavilion showcased works by a think-tank…

  • The Spectre of Comparison

    The Spectre of Comparison

    Venice Art Biennale 2017, 13 May to 26 November 2017 Philippine PavilionArtiglierie, Arsenale – Venice http://spectre.philartsvenicebiennale.org/ For the 57th Venice Art Biennale, the Philippines’ representation was awarded to Joselina Cruz for her curatorial proposal The Spectre of Comparison. The curator chose to feature the works of artists Manuel Ocampo and Lani Maestro. Homecoming exhibition, Manila…

  • Muhon: Traces of an Adolescent City

    Muhon: Traces of an Adolescent City

    Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, 28 May to 27 November 2016 Philippine PavilionPalazzo Mora, Venice www.muhon.philartsvenicebiennale.org For the first participation of the Philippines at the Venice Architecture Biennale, the country’s pavilion presented Muhon: Traces of an Adolescent City. It is the curatorial proposal made by Leandro Locsin, Jr., Sudarshan Khadka, Jr., and Juan Paolo dela Cruz…

  • Tie A String Around The World

    Tie A String Around The World

    Venice Art Biennale 2015, 9 May to 22 November 2015 Philippine PavilionEuropean Cultural Centre – Palazzo Mora, Venice www.tieastring.philartsvenicebiennale.org Titled Tie A String Around the World, the curatorial proposal by Patrick Flores was chosen as the exhibition for the Philippine Pavilion, at the 56th Venice Art Biennale in 2015. It marked the return of the…

  • The Philippines in the 32nd Venice Biennale (The First Participation)

    The Philippines in the 32nd Venice Biennale (The First Participation)

    The Philippines had its first National Pavilion in 1964 at the 32nd Venice Biennale through the efforts of the Art Association of the Philippines (AAP). As early as 1961, Purita Kalaw Ledesma wrote the Biennale, and in 1962, the country received its invitation but was not prepared to participate. In 1964, AAP appointed Emmanuel Torres…