Saturday, August 6, 2011

A talk on Robert Chabet's art at Lopez Museum on Aug. 17

In conjunction with the series of exhibitions on and of Roberto Chabet here and abroad, art professional Carina Evangelista will discuss on August 17, 3pm, at the Lopez Museum, how Chabet employs the random, the haphazard and the accidental  in order to deploy codified visual indices of meaning. Chabet has created and continues to create collages, constructions and deconstructions. In these works, he uses everyday objects in compositions that play on form and meaning.  

Together with this talk is a panel discussion among former members of Shop 6, a loose organization of artists whose vanguard shows in the 70s were distinct for the predominant use of organic and industrial everyday objects.  Discussants include Nap Jamir, Red Mansueto, Yola Perez Johnson, and Alan Rivera; Lopez Memorial Museum Curator Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez will moderate this panel in cooperation with King Kong Art Projects Unlimited.

For more information, please call (632) 6312417.

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