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Kohler, a global leader in the man­u­fac­ture of kitchen and bath prod­ucts, con­tin­ues to put em­pha­sis on their com­mit­ment to the arts and sup­port of Asian artists through the Kohler Bold.

Art. Ex­hi­bi­tion. Trav­el­ling its way from the United States to Manila, it show­cased 12 mas­ter­pieces from cre­ative tal­ents that were hailed across Asia. Among the artists on the ros­ter was Hadrian Men­doza from the Philip­pines, whose pieces Time (which shows how dras­tic changes must be made to save the en­rivon­ment) and Mu­nung­gul (which is his ren­di­tion of the burial jar used by our Filipino an­ces­tors) were both on ex­hibit. “It’s truly an hon­our to be part of this and I’m even hap­pier that the show is here in the Philip­pines,” said Men­doza. “It’s a great way for Asian artists to get ex­po­sure on an in­ter­na­tional scale. For this par­tic­u­lar ex­hibit, the ex­po­sure is not just for the artists but for our re­spec­tive coun­tries, since each of us had to cre­ate pieces which were drawn from our per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ences and cul­tures.”

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