#ArtPH - 10 Artists Unite for XIV at Renaissance Art Gallery

Renaissance Art Gallery, a leading purveyor of non-representational art in the country, celebrates its fourteenth anniversary with a show titled “XIV.” Founded in 2003 by Noli and Agnes Romero, the gallery has spearheaded the discovery and support of young abstractionists, giving them the opportunity of being launched in their own first solo exhibition. On occasion, however, Renaissance Art Gallery has also exhibited classic and conservative contemporary masterworks.

The art exhibition will feature 10 of the most sought after visual artist in the country. 

  • Allain Hablo
A man of many talents, Allain Hablo is, first and foremost, a thinking artist.

One of Allain Hablo's work: As Promised.

  • Sio Montera
Sio Montera’s works are distinguished  by an ambitiousness of scale and a mania for surprising materials.

Sio Montera's work: The Belly of the Beast

  • Josef Laureano
. In a transitional stage, Josef Laureano’s works are more audacious in the gestural character of Abstract Expressionism. 

Josef's artwork: A Time of Reflection and Tranquility
  • Arley Carig
Arley Carig advances into the evanescent  depths of space.

Interesting piece from Arley Carig

  • Jay Ragma
Jay Ragma generates visual excitement with throbbing retinal sensations. 

Jay Ragma's work of art.

  • Art Bermido 
Art Bermido manipulates space with neither beginning nor end.

  • Aner Sebastian
Aner Sebastian transports the viewer into a once remembered, favorite spot of nature. 

Aner Sebastian's masterpiece

  • Resty Tica
Resty Tica pursues an abstraction of subtlety and tranquility. 

Resty's Midnight Tica

  • Rick Hernandez 
Rick Hernandez is an acolyte of geometry, unbuirdened by objects and ornaments. 

  • Sam Penas
Award-winner Sam Penaso explores the three-dimensional field with his so-called “scraptures.”

Sam Penaso's artwork



The show runs from June 8-20, 2017. Reception cocktails will be held on June 14. Renaissance Art Gallery is at the 4/L, The Artwalk, Bldg. A, SM Megamall, EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue, Mandaluyong  City. For inquiries, call mobile: 0917-7625692. Email: renaissanceart.ph@gmail.com.

Special thanks to Mr. Toots Tolentino.


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