Vintana.PH, an online art gallery based in the Philippines, is launching “The Little Big Art Show” group exhibition on July 12. The show will exhibit astonishing creations from the minds and hands of a select group of artists, diving deep into the heart of obsession, history, solitude, freedom, rebellion, love and loss amid a precarious era.
The online group exhibition includes the works of Pardo de Leon, Jonathan Ching, Julie Lluch, Kiko Escora, Ernest Concepcion, Iggy Rodriguez, Lena Cobangbang, Paolo Icasas, Ehrran Montoya, Tin Garcia, Jucar Raquepo, Krista Nogueras, Denver Garza, Arvin Flores, IshaNaguiat, Tom Bucag and Mai Saporsantos.
While staying true to their oeuvre, each work embraces the cult of genius, whether they’re extracting from formalist structures or breaking away from conventional themes.
Angela Gaddi, Vintana’s co-founder, said that Vintana was built on the back of a cultural awakening to a massive cache of Filipino talent that has been kept hidden and inaccessible to a wider audience. Filipino artists have been making their mark in the international arts scene, with their works gracing galleries, museums, and private collections all over the world, hence, opening the doors of opportunity for entrepreneurship.