A Filipino artist tops the bill at Tang Contemporary Art in Bangkok as he stages his latest solo exhibition.
Andres Barrioquinto showcases a collection of 14 surreal and hyper-realistic paintings titled “Realistic Abstraction”. The show, curated by Michela Sena, opened for public viewing on June 18 and will be up until July 30.
Part of the gallery’s press release reads:
“It would be simplistic to classify Andres Barrioquinto’s art in a single style. Undergoing an evident evolution over time, his research and approach results in a unique and distinctive language, representing his mature phase.
Barrioquinto’s works moved from an initial stage, characterized by a more instinctive approach, expressed through what he was used to: strong engravings, bolder signs. Vitality and energy were spreading from his canvas, a measure of turbulence and passion typical of an artist’s youth phase.”
Andres Barrioquinto is based in Manila, Philippines. His present profession and area of expertise is as a visual artist.
The Filipino artist earned a degree in painting from the College of Fine Arts and Design at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in 2000.
Important organizations like the Singapore Art Museum collect the works of Barrioquinto.
Tang Contemporary Art is located at Room 201-206, River City Bangkok, Charoen Krung 24. It opens Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 7pm.