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CT in Green and Red
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 current and 
news and
09/04 to 09/10/2019
"The Hybridity and Dynamism of Philippine Contemporary Art
Insa Art Center Seoul, Korea
02/17 to 06/30/2019
"Kuwentong Kutsero"
TDR Projects/The Drawing Room Contemporary Art  Manila, Phil.
in partnership with the Intramuros Administration 
"From Manila to Acapulco"
Zhou B Art Center, Chicago IL
04/14 to 05/08/2018
"Selecting Memory"
The Drawing Room Contemporary Art  Manila, Phil.
"Where it Begins"
Filipino American Artists From New York
Pinto Museum,Phil.
07/16 to - 08/19/2016
"Transitional Objects"  
The Drawing Room Contemporary Art  Manila, Phil.
07/16 to - 08/19/2016
"Common Thread" with Aze Ong and Raffy Napay
The Drawing Room Contemporary Art  Manila, Phil
03/12to 05/12/2016

Case Studies

Topaz Arts NY

10/25 to 11/23/2014

Promdi Archipelago

Bliss on Bliss Art Projects NY

10/15 - 11/23/2014

Beneath the Surface, Structures and Scratches

Cultural Center of the Philippines

10/11/ - 11/13/2014


The Drawing Room Contemporary Art 

5/15 - 6/17/2014

Sueños Recurrentes

Galeria Expreso del Arte

Bogota Colombia




ALT Philippines 2020 is a pioneer collaborative project of 10 galleries seeking to reframe the art show. 
Revitalizing the local art scene, the project is a dynamic and immersive gathering and collaboration for meaningful engagement with its visitors, artists and professionals in the art community.

"Aqui Hay Una Historia para Bordar"

A group exhibition and communtiy participation  program and artist talks

Casa Soledad, Bogota, Colombia

"Stitching Boundaries" a collaboration by the GedAze Project made possible by a grant from the Queens Council on the Arts with public funds from the New York City Department of Culture and Affairs in partnership with the City Council 

A two Venue show at the Yant Art Studio NY and Bliss on Bliss Art Projects NY


"Kanlungan" a collaboration by the GedAze Project at the National Commission for Culture and the Arts

April 11 to May 3 2019


The GedAze Project  2019 Filipino American Artists Directory

Practices from The Periphery

Art Informal’s 2018 invitational, curator-driven exhibition program for this space, Practices from the Peripheries is conceptualized as an interchange of five solo exhibitions curated by Ricky Francisco

STEM a a collaborative show by The GedAze Project at the BenCab Museum in Baguio June 9 to July 29 2018

Singapore Art Museum commissions the GedAze Project to create an interactive installation for Imaginarium 2018. Exhibit runs from May 6 to Aug 26 2018 at SAM 8Q

The GedAze Project summer residency at Topaz Arts NY in preparation for their show at Topaz Arts September 16, 2017


"Existence" a collaborative project by

The GedAze Project at the UP Vargas Museum with support from The Drawing Room Contemporary Art. May 12, to June 13 2017

"Ripples and Layers"

The Fundacion Sanso  collaborates  with works by Juvenal Sanso and The GedAze Project May 18 ,2017 

"Prelude" a collaborative project by

The GedAze Project at the TDR Escolta May 6, 2017


"Illuminati" a collaborative project by The GedAze Project at the Artfair Philippines 2017 at the Drawing Room Contemporary Art's booth  Feb 16 to 19 2017

"Lost Sentiments" a site specific installation at the inaugural opening together with  Gerth Voorjans book launch. Thursday, December 15, 2016 (7pm) at Manila House, 8th floor, Net Park, Fifth Ave. Bonifacio Global City, Taguig 1634, Philippines.

"Sound in Our Head" The GedAze Project

Bliss on Bliss Art Projects NY

Oct 9, 2016



2016 London Biennale Manila Pollination

Met Theartre Manila

Sept 16 2016


"Papers and Layers" Cultural Center of the Philippines

Aug 27 to  Sept 25 2016

2015 CIGE Art Fair Beijing


FABNYC Load Out Creative Workshop

April 11 2015 11AM to 2PM


ArtStage Singapore 2015

Southeast Asia Platform 

Jan 22 to 25


Artist Spotlight 




Fil Arts NYC 

Celebrating Filipino History Month, Part 2



“Espacios en Crisis” curated by @tkj_fotografia for BoBAP online video for “HATAK” launching Sept 25. Stay tuned. “HATAK” is a Filipino word used to convey the act of tugging someone along. October is Filipino American History Month! As a kick off, six Filipino owned/founded art spaces are introducing themselves and virtually linking together on Saturday September 25 showcasing a variety of work. Join us as we celebrate the arts across the United States. @aliefarthouse @northwillows @blissonbliss The Orange Door @micboekelmann and

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