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    Territory: Gus Albor Works from 1969-2018

    On November 27, 2018 the Ayala Museum will host an outstanding exhibition of the works from renowned Filipino minimalist artist Gus Albor. Entitled Territory, the exhibition showcases his body of work from 1969 – 2018.

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    Continuum: The Art of Allan Rivera

    Most of the works of Alan are installations – conceptual…time and space related... thus in effect, they are theories and philosophies culled from his psycho-socio-cultural past, that he struggled so hard to externalize and elevate into art forms.

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    Toggle: Engage-Disengage Curated by Jose Tence Ruiz

    Artinformal is pleased to present Toggle: Engage-Disengage, a two-man exhibit by Jose Tence Ruiz and acclaimed illustrator DengCoy Miel, opening on December 8, 2018, 6PM, at the gallery’s Greenhills location. The exhibit will run until January 5, 2019.

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    Manila Notes

    Manila Notes, a Philippine-Japan theater collaboration is an adaptation of Tokyo Notes, written by internationally acclaimed Japanese playwright and director Oriza Hirata.

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    Ballet Manila brings back ‘Cinderella’

    Ballet Manila brings back Lisa Macuja-Elizalde’s Cinderella, with the beloved fairy tale’s trademark romance, magic and happy ending told in dance by the country’s acclaimed “storytellers on toes.”

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    Don Santana: Tinta, Pintura, at Kultura

    Don “Lumad” Santana, an educator and artist known for his rich display of authentic Filipino indigenous art, will be mounting his first ever solo show entitled “Tinta, Pintura, at Kultura” at Sining Kamalig Art Gallery.

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    The Dressing Room

    After a successful run in 2016, Dulaang Unibersidad ng Pilipinas restages its critically-acclaimed production, “The Dressing Room: That Which Flows Away Ultimately Becomes Nostalgia”.

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    Kahimanawari

    “This is not us.” Perplexed with the seemingly new norms in our midst, artist and University of the Philippines Fine Arts professor Marco Ruben T. Malto II presents his solo exhibit, “Kahimanawari,”

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