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.”