As we emerge from the darkness of recent challenges, we are faced with the task of rebuilding our lives and our communities. In the face of adversity, we have seen the power of the human spirit to adapt and overcome. But as we move forward, we cannot ignore the deep wounds that have been inflicted upon us by the events of the past few years. That is where art comes in.
The TR310 exhibition, featuring the works of Hermisanto, Rosales, and Achacruz, is not just a showcase of artistic talent. It is a testament to the healing power of art. Through their works, these artists offer us a space for reflection, for introspection, and for healing.
Hermisanto’s “The Promise of Life” is a message of hope and renewal. It reminds us that even in the darkest of times, there is always the promise of a new beginning.
Rosales’ “Banyuhay ni Adan at Eva circa 2019” challenges us to reconsider our preconceived notions of the world around us. It invites us to see things from a new perspective, one that is not constrained by convention or expectation.
Achacruz’s “Window” transports us to the edge of reality and dreams, reminding us of the boundless potential of the human imagination.
But it is not just the individual works that make this exhibition so powerful. It is the collective vision that these artists have created together. Through their collaboration, they have created something greater than the sum of its parts. They have created a space where we can come together, share our experiences, and find solace in the knowledge that we are not alone. The TR310 exhibition shows us that the healing power of art transcends generations, as the works of these veterans resonate with people of all ages and backgrounds.
In the end, we are faced with a choice. We can either retreat into our own individual struggles, or we can come together and build something new. The TR310 exhibition shows us that the latter is possible. It shows us that art has the power to bring us together, to help us heal, and to inspire us to create a better future.
As we move forward into a new era, let us not forget the lessons that we have learned. Let us not forget the power of art to heal, to inspire, and to transform. And let us never forget the importance of coming together, as a community, to create something greater than ourselves.
About the Artists:
“His artistic journey, from installation, performance, and conceptual art, has embraced indigenous influences and innovative mediums. A master of rice paintings, Hermisanto captures the essence of the Asian spirit, transforming this humble grain into an evocative art form.”
“A multifaceted artist with a rich engineering background, Noel Rosales captivates the art world with his masterful pastel-colored impasto and gift-wrapper collage on rice paper, weaving together the vibrant essence of Philippine culture and history through his abstract jeepneys, horses, and musicians.”
Give Flowers and a Horse a Chance
“A luminary of existentialist contemplation and spontaneity, Achacruz enthralls audiences with his mesmerizing creations that whisper the secrets of the human condition, beckoning viewers to embark on a journey of introspection and wonder.”
Connect the Dots
The Imahica Art Gallery, located at 2A Lee Gardens, Lee Street, Wack-Wack, Mandaluyong City, will showcase “TR310” starting from May 20 until June 3, 2023.
To see a TR3IO gallery of works online, just click on this link: https://www.imahica.art/exhibition/tr3io/