SCENE AND OVER­HEARD Art House

Art Fair Philip­pines 2015 at its most suc­cess­ful run, yet

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On its third year, Art Fair Philip­pines proves its sta­tus once again as the coun­try's premier plat­form for show­cas­ing the best in Philip­pine con­tem­po­rary art. In its re­cently con­cluded show last Feb. 5 to 8, the fair at­tracted a large crowd-with grow­ing foot traf­fic by artists, art en­thu­si­asts, celebri­ties, and stu­dents to note-with its in­ter­est­ing

ar­ray of solo pre­sen­ta­tions and gallery fea­tures. The Link was trans­formed into an en­clave for art that was time­less—as seen in Roberto Feleo's life-sized pieces—and timely, through the works of the most ex­cit­ing names in lo­cal art to­day. In-depth art fo­rums and fla­vor­ful fare were also made avail­able

dur­ing the fair. Art Fair Philip­pines is part of the Make It Hap­pen, Make It

Makati pro­gram.

Top row: Tintin Ber­sola-Babao, Julius Babao, Carlo Calma, Lisa Ongpin-Peri­quet, Dindin Araneta, Rosanna Ongpin-Peri­quet Sec­ond row: Ren Aguila, Ray­mond Ang, Mara Co­son, Maria Taniguchi, Ryan Vil­lamiel, Quark Henares

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