Fold it, crumple it, fray the edges, or tear them completely. Set a sharp tip of graphite on the surface—giddily anticipate the scratch—and pull.
Although paper as a medium is often considered second fiddle in these parts, it plays to an old guitar. Any medium takes its qualities from what can be done with it, and the possibilities with paper have only broadened under contemporary art. It’s especially timely to consider now. As more artists turn to this accessible and versatile medium to create, Galerie Stephanie’s Position Paper (Year Three) could not have come at a better time.
Featuring all-paper artworks by over 50 participating artists, the group exhibition comes boldly as artists respond to present conditions with resourcefulness and innovation.
Position Paper (Year 3) continues until September 17, 2020. For inquiries and shopping, start here.
Federico Aguilar Alcuaz, Angelito Antonio, Nunelucio Alvarado, Juvenal Sanso,
Erika Abe, Emman Acasio, Poeleen Alvarez, Stephanie Alvarez, Roby Dwi Antono, Psalm Astejada, Julius Bagoyo, Mikko Baladjay, Renz Baluyot, Gwen Bautista, Tom Bucag, Jer Dee, Vincent De Pio, Teo Esguerra, James Fowler, Lui Gonzales, Kat Grow, Tuchi Imperial, Meghan Hildebrand, Aileen Lanuza, Genavee Lazaro, Jacob Lindo, Tintin Lontoc, Luis Lopa, Nasser Lubay, Jem Magbanua, Tokwa Peñaflorida, Georgina Pomarejos, Gabby Prado, Vin Quilop, Regina Reyes, Mark Santos, Imam Santoso, Geremy Samala, Jomike Tejido, Mark Turbolencia, Anton Villaruel, Jemima Yabes, and Blaise Zamora
Anchor photo: Exhibition view taken at Galerie Stephanie.