In collaboration with guest curators, Fr. Jason Dy SJ and Carlomar Daoana, Yellow Ambiguities explores the complexity of the color yellow in the Philippine context. Divided into sections to show different representations, it engages the modern art collection of AAG in dialogue with pre-colonial artefacts; Hispanic colonial religious artifacts and Marian images; contemporary naturally-dyed woven fabrics; works of the Conservative and Modernist schools represented by Fernando Amorsolo and Galo Ocampo, respectively; and the experimental works of contemporary artists.
Time & Location
Until Feb 29
Ateneo Art Gallery Soledad V Pangilinan Arts Wing, Areté, Ateneo de Manila University