Opening of Euro-Pinoy Visual Arts Exhibition at Yuchengco Museum


Inaugurating the exhibition are (from right) Luc Véron, Ambassador of the European Union to the Philippines; Yvonne Yuchengco, President of the Yuchengco Museum; and César Caballero, curator of the Yuchengco Museum. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

THE waves in the seas are often a source of cheerfulness and joy. Feeling the lapping of the waters gives us a feeling of relief and comfort. Diving in deep waters and discovering the beauty of marine life is a great experience.

All of these emotions and more are captured in “Ebb and flow: Return to nature”, an exhibition of the best paintings, prints, photographs and sculptures at the Yuchengco Museum in Makati.

Take this chance to be mesmerized by the wonders of water in all its forms. European and Filipino artists have come together to show the beauty of water, its importance and what happens when water and the life it sustains is nurtured or ruined.

Organized by César Caballero, the exhibition also includes works by Kizel Cotiw-an (Philippines), Ramon and Romina Diaz (Philippines and Italy), Louis Dumont (Belgium), Henri Etéve (France), Jeanette Kamphuis (Sweden), Radha Makitalo (Finland), Fara Manuel Nolasco (Philippines), Ann Pamintuan (Philippines), René Reiter (Germany) and Viviana Riccelli (Italy).

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The exhibition “Ebb and flow: Return to nature” is part of the Viva Europa 2022 cultural festival, which aims to highlight Europe’s cultural heritage shared with Filipinos. It is also a celebration of the founding of the European Union (EU). The exhibition rightly coincides with EU Green Week from May 30 to June 5 and the run-up to the UN Ocean Conference in Lisbon from June 27 to July 1.

The exhibition runs from May 20 to 31.


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