ARTIST CV

BIO

 

b.1989, Filipino

Lives in Cainta, Rizal
Works in Pasig City

EDUCATION

2006-2011

Bachelor of Fine Arts major in Painting

College of Fine Arts, University of the Philippines

Diliman


AWARDS, RESIDENCIES, GRANTS

 

2021

Residency, Incheon Art Platform, Incheon, South Korea (upcoming)

2020

Finalist, 25th Philippine Art Awards, Manila


2018
Fellowship, Vermont Studio Center, Vermont, USA 
Residency, Bellas Artes Projects, Bataan, Philippine

2016

Residency, YOD Gallery Artist-in-Residence Program, Osaka, Japan

2008

Finalist, 41st Shell National Students Art Competition, Manila
Finalist, Big & Small Art Co.’s 1st Figurative Painting Competition, Mandaluyong City

 


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2020

Noontide Hagonoy, Art Cube Gallery, Makati City


2019

Silent Witnesses (Mga Tahimik na Saksi), U.P. Vargas Museum, Quezon City

Fragile Borders, Blanc Gallery, Quezon City
 

2018

END, Underground Art Gallery, Makati City

2017

By Sword and Fire, U.P. Vargas Museum, Quezon City

Headlines, Blanc Gallery, Quezon City


2016

Neyagawa, Underground Art Gallery, Makati City

Perimeters, Art Cube, Makati City

 

2015

Common Decay, West Gallery, Quezon City

 

2014

Standstill, Galerie Anna, Mandaluyong City

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2020

Neck of the Woods, Kaida Contemporary, Quezon City

Position Paper 3, Galerie Stephanie, Shangri-La Plaza, Mandaluyong City

25th Philippine Art Awards, Yuchengco Museum, Makati City

Art Fair Philippines, G13 Gallery, The Link, Ayala Center, Makati City

ALT Philippines, Blanc Gallery, SMX Convention Center, SM Aura Premier, Taguig City


2019

Helping Hands Chapter 2: The Empty Chair Project, Metropolitan Museum of Manila, Manila

Souls, Soil, and Sea, Artinformal, Greenhills East, Mandaluyong City
Living Earth: Contemporary Philippine Art, Musica Arte e Cultura, Milan, Italy

Art Central, Gallery Kogure, Central, Hong Kong

2018

Under Construction: Manila Today, Artvisor, London, UK

Tumba-Tumba Children’s Museum of Philippine Art, U.P. Vargas Museum, Quezon City

Art Fair Philippines, Blanc Gallery, Makati City
Manila Biennale: OPEN CITY 2018, Intramuros, Manila
Axis by Praxis, G13 Gallery, Selangor, Malaysia

2017

Merry Christmas (I Don’t Want to Fight Tonight), Underground Art Gallery, Makati City

Metropolis, Art Fair Philippines, CANVAS, Makati City
Odyssey , Art Stage Singapore, YOD Gallery, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore


2016

Are We There Yet? , CANVAS Gallery and Gardens, Quezon City
2664 KM, YOD Gallery, Osaka, Japan
Art Fair Philippines, Blanc Gallery, West Gallery, YOD Gallery, Makati City

Indwelling, Blanc Gallery, Quezon City

 

2015
Bangkal Paintings, Underground Art Gallery, Makati City
Art Taipei, YOD Gallery, Taiwan

Order of Objects After Arrival (Systems of Irrigations for the First Lucban Assembly)

Project Space Pilipinas Studio, Quezon

Kapitbahay , Art Verite’, Taguig City

 

2014
Ease, Tam-awan Village Gallery, Baguio City

Anonymous: 100 Contemporary Artists, J Studio, Taguig City

Volume II: Kasama, Erehwon Center for the Arts, Quezon City

 

2013
Open, Tam-awan Village Gallery, Baguio City

Versus, Art Galileia, Taguig City

Dissecting Air, West Gallery, Quezon City

Untitled show , Now Gallery & Consulting, Makati City

 

2012
Counting Headlights, Now Gallery & Consulting, Makati City

Off-Road Special, Tam-awan Village Gallery, Baguio City
Screens/Decoys, Department of Foreign Affairs, Pasay City

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 
 
Alampay, D. (2019). Silent Witnesses (Mga Tahimik na Saksi), Quezon City, The Center for Art, New Ventures &  Sustainable Development (CANVAS).

 

Nakpil, L., (2017).  Nationalism and the Art of Jorge Pineda – Atencio Libunao Art Book II, Makati City Januarius Holdings Inc.

 

Nakpil, L., and R. Villegas (2017). HOUSE: A Collection of Paintings of Philippine Houses – Atencio-Libunao Art  Book I, Makati City, Atencio-8990 Holdings Inc. 
 


SELECTED FEATURES 
 
Camiling, A. (2019, October 2). This Interactive Exhibit Highlights The Power of Words, Numbers, and Silence.

SPOT.ph. Retrieved from https://www.spot.ph/arts-culture/art-exhibits/79334/canvas-tumba-tumba-exhibit-a4329-20191002 

Legaspi-Ramirez, E. (2018, April 15). Manila Biennale.

Artlink. Retrieved from https://www.artlink.com.au/articles/4670/manila-biennale/

De Leon, P. (2018, February 12). The ‘Bayan’ In the Biennale: Reconstructing the memory of Intramuros.

The Philippine Star. Retrieved from https://www.philstar.com/lifestyle/arts-and-culture/2018/02/12/1786799/bayan-biennale-

reconstructing-memory-intramuros
 

Tantiangco, A. (2018, February 3). Manila Biennale 2018 brings exceptional artworks to historic Intramuros.

GMA News Online. Retrieved from http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/lifestyle/artandculture/642033/manila-biennale-2018-brings-exceptional-artworks-to-historic-intramuros/story/
 

Uy, H. J. (2017, August 21). Ressurecting the Past. Manila Bulletin, p. D-2.

(Also available online http://lifestyle.mb.com.ph/2017/08/21/artist-at-work-resurrecting-the-past/)
 

Bautista, G. (2017, August 9). Renz Baluyot’s Exhibit Teaches Us Forgiveness in the Time of War. Spot.ph.

Retrieved from http://www.spot.ph/arts-culture/art-exhibits/71057/renz-baluyot-by-sword-and-fire-exhibit-a1787-20170809-lfrm

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