Featuring works from 21 artists, Searching Sanctuary promotes the imperative and ever-relevant theme of environmental preservation.
Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine that was enforced last March, SILVERLENS exhibition, Searching Sanctuary was abruptly concluded. The gallery has announced recently its exclusive online relaunch.
Featuring works from 21 artists, Searching Sanctuary promotes the imperative and ever-relevant theme of environmental preservation. Curated by Gregory Halili, the exhibition displays a diverse range of artistic styles and practices – drawings, paintings, sculptures, and photography – to express the language of conservation amidst the decline of the natural world.
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Due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine last March, our exhibition, Searching Sanctuary (22 February – 21 March 2020) was abruptly concluded. We are delighted to announce its exclusively online relaunch today. Searching Sanctuary was a grand and ambitious endeavour. Featuring works from twenty-one artists, the show promoted a familiar but altogether imperative and relevant theme: the conservation of the environment. Curated by Gregory Halili, the exhibition displayed a diverse range of artistic styles and practices – drawings, paintings, sculptures, and photography – to express the language of preservation amidst an era of environmental decline. As Halili poignantly writes, ‘Each work of art acts as a seed to preserve a portrait of a fragile existence that one day may be lost to memory.’ You may review Searching Sanctuary through our exhibition catalogue, which is on the link in our bio. #SilverlensGalleries #SearchingSanctuary #OnlineRelaunch #ContemporaryArt #ArtPH
Gallery visits are limited and by appointment only, from Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM. SILVERLENS is located at 2263 Don Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Makati City 1231, Philippines.
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