Coming up this November, Taksu Gallery Kuala Lumpur will be bringing the group exhibition entitled No Talking Points to Malaysia after its successful show in Taksu Singapore. The exhibition will be held between the 1st of November and 20th November which will feature some of the latest works of 7 artists from the Philippines.
No Talking Points will be a truly exciting exhibition which brings together the integration of 7 artists who are known for their respective signature and bodies of work. They work independently and congregate the unique style of techniques and methods for the visual satisfaction of the viewers in their own creative ways. Essentially, there would be a collection of mixed media artwork that are compelling and remarkable ain every sense and would truly be a visual feast for the art-lover.
The artists involved in the No Talking Points are Bernardo Pacquing, Cris Villanueva Jr., Elaine Navas, Hubert San Juan, Juan Alcazaren, Lyle Buencamino and Nilo Ilarde who are established in their own fields. This show would be an interesting platform for all the artists to come together in unison in showcasing the tempo and momentum of the regional art scene particularly from artists from the Philippines who in recent years have grown in popularity among the Malaysian art scene.
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