This Massive Video Projection Is a Look Back at Seven Years of Art Fair Philippines
It's projected at the seven-storey façade of The Link.
(SPOT.ph) Since its inception in 2013, Art Fair Philippines has always showcased some of the best works of art by Filipino artists. It has also let us rediscover the maestros as well as discover trends in Southeast Asian arts. Seven years on and the three-day fair continues to make art accessible to the public through a four-floor exhibit in Makati City. And to look back at all those editions, 10 Days of Art—which is part of Art Fair Philippines—presents From the Archives: A Selection of Philippine Contemporary Art, a massive projection of the most notable works exhibited throughout the years of the fair. It runs from February 14 to 23 at the seven-storey façade of The Link.
Manila-based projection designer G.A. Fallarme and Dutch artist Henk-Gert Lenten join forces to bring us this installation. They previously worked on the large animated video projection of Sandro Botticelli's "Birth of Venus" at the façade of the Manila Peninsula for 10 Days of Art in 2019. They were also behind Carol of Lights, a 3D video-mapping show projected at the dome of Tower One and Exchange Plaza, also in 2019.
From the Archives: A Selection of Philippine Contemporary Art runs from February 14 to 23 at the façade of The Link, Parkway Drive, Ayala Center, Makati City. For more information, visit 10 Days of Art's website.