ArtistSpace features work of Art Lozano

  BY Ayala Museum       April 12, 2017       Art Lozano, ArtistSpace, Arts & Culture, ayala-museum

“Vintage Beauty” by visual artist, Art Lozano, is now on display at ArtistSpace. A follow-up to “Abandoned Beauty”, this series features the artist’s favorite subject, vintage automobiles set in unlikely environments. His works celebrate the everlasting relationship between man and machine.

 

Lozano, is an artist from Ilocos City and is a member of the renowned Tam-Awan Artist Group based in Baguio City.

See more of his works below and don’t forget to catch the exhibit until April 23.

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Ribbon Cutting. (Fr. L-R) Roland Cruz, Associate Manager for Arts and Culture; William Andaya, VW Enthusiast and visual artist Art Lozano.

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Lorraine Datuin, Associate for Arts and Culture welcomes the guests to “Vintage Beauty: A One-man show of Art Lozano” at the ArtistSpace of Ayala Museum.

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Baguio based visual artist Art Lozano explains what his exhibit is all about to William Andaya, VW enthusiast.

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Boy David, Director of Altro Mondo Gallery, poses with visual artist Art Lozano during the launch of “Vintage Beauty: A One-man show of Art Lozano” at the ArtistSpace, Ayala Museum.

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From L-R: Guest, Silvanna Diaz, founder of Galleria Duemila; Boy David, founder of AltroMondo Arte Contemporanea Gallery; Ramon Diaz, visual artist; Art Lozano, visual artist; and Robert Young, President, Foreign Buyers Association of the Philippines.

 

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From L-R: Jen Cabaluna, writer and coordinator; Manju Gagoomal, visual artist; Art Lozano, visual artist; and Lorraine Datuin, Associate for Arts and Culture.

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Baguio based visual artist Art Lozano poses with his works at the ArtistSpace of the Ayala Museum during the exhibition launch.