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August 17, 2017 @ 18:00 - 22:00 UTC+8
HUMANature – Transwing Art Gallery @ German Club on 17.AUG 2017
Transwing Art Gallery in cooperation with the German Club will open it s next exhibit on august 17th, 2017 at 6.00 pm. The exhibit will be running until september 16th. HUMANature will be featuring several artists working with Transwing. Mrs. Rica Rentzing from the house committee of the German Club Manila and Oliver Quingco, Curator of Transwing will be setting up the exhibit at the German Club premises at Penthouse Eurovilla II, Rufino Street 142 corner Legaspi street, Legaspi Village, Makati. Children are by nature curios and playful. They look at the world with childlike wonder and are not afraid to try new things. They build bridges instead of walls and often have the most honest opinion, even for the simplest of things. Blessed are the children for they shall inherit the earth. Maternal love binds mother to child with the strongest of strings attached. Ever hear of the phrase “a face only a mother could love”? There is no such thing because to a mother, her child will always be worth all the birth pains and sleepless nights, regardless of whether the child looks common or out from the page of a magazine. Long before weirdos and geeks came into fashion, before x-men became the banner for mutants and outcasts, the world had ethnic minorities residing in different parts of the globe. In 1990, more than 100 highland peoples constituted approximately 3% of the Philippine population. Over the centuries, the isolated highland peoples have retained their Indigenous cultures. The folk arts of these groups were, in a sense, the last remnants of Indigenous traditions that flourished throughout the Philippines before the Islamic and Spanish contacts. Come join us at the German Club in Makati on August 17, 2017 at 6:00 in the evening as Transwing Art Gallery presents to you these three facets of human nature in a month long group exhibit.