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Philippine Pavilion, Philippines at 58th Biennale of Art
The Philippine Pavilion, Philippines at the Venice Biennale: the artists of the pavilion, the works, the times, the periods, the cost of the tickets and the exhibition venue.
Philippine Pavilion, Philippines at Venice Biennale of Art - Arsenale, Castello - City of Venice
(Photo: Mark-Justiniani, Noah. 2011)
Exhibition in progress from 11 May to 24 November 2019
The 58th Biennale of Art will open to the public on 11 May 2019. But starting from a few days before the opening there will be the various openings and side events that always suddenly animate the Venetian artistic life. The title of the 58 edition of the Biennale d'Arte is May You Live In Interesting Times.
79 artists are invited to exhibit at the 58th Venice Biennale of Art, with a prevalence of women. Among them the 2 Italians Ludovica Carbotta and Lara Favaretto. The first will make a site-specific work in Forte Marghera, inside the building known as the Austrian Powder Mill.
Go to the page of the 58th Venice Art Biennale
Philippine Pavilion at 58th Biennale Arte of VeniceTitle of the exhibition at Philippine Pavilion is Island Weather.
Artist: Mark O. Justiniani.
Curator: Tessa Maria T. Guazon.
Commissioner:National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) / Virgilio S. Almario.
For Biennale in 2019, the Philippine Pavillion’s theme is “Island Weather” and will feature the works of Mr. Justiniani. It will be curated by Tessa Maria Guazon, an assistant professor at the Department of Art Studies in the University of the Philippines, Diliman.
“Island Weather” explores the many ways by which the Philippines, an island-nation, can be understood and imagined: through its geophysical characteristics that reflect how Filipino people regard their spaces, whether as a place of origin, shelter, respite, or a country as a whole.
“Island Weather” will have three thematic approaches: “Island Voyage,” “Local Forecast: Turbulent Weather,” and “Piers and Ports.”
According to a release from the Office of Senator Loren Legarda — one of the pavilion’s sponsors along with the Department of Foreign Affairs and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts — “Three thematic approaches shape ‘Island Weather’: (1) ‘Island Voyage’ alludes to travels and grand designs referencing light houses built during the colonial period and places that combine fantasy and myth; (2) ‘Local Forecast: Turbulent Weather’ gestures towards aspects of the lighthouse to construct an experience of viewing and being seen; and (3) ‘Piers and Ports’ expands the artist’s investigation of vision and its role in the construction of truth.”
Mr. Justiniani, a 1994 recipient of the CCP Thirteen Artists awards, has long been interested with optics, illusion, perception, and vision vis-a-vis the structures of space and time. His body of works reflects his social realist leanings. In the 1980s and ’90s, he worked with activist groups like Abay (Artist ng Bayan) and Sanggawa.
Hours: Gardens from 10.00 to 18.00. Arsenale from 10.00 to 18.00 (from 10.00 to 20.00 on Friday and Saturday until September 30th). Closed on Mondays (except May 13, September 2, November 18).
Tickets: please visit the official website. On the web € 21.50 until 31 March 2019.
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Web: Biennale of Venice