This month, we are jampacked with exciting exhibitions opening across the metro as pandemic restrictions begin to ease. There is Ross Capili's "Out of the Woods" exhibition of his never-before-seen works at the LRI Design Plaza. Kenneth Montegrande also mounted his 14th solo show coinciding with his birthday at Galerie Joaquin in BGC, Taguig.
Read more: The Art of Kenneth John Montegrande
In some parts of the country, regional galleries are also participating in the upcoming Art Fair Philippines. Moreover, the Philippine Educational Theatre Association (PETA) in partnership with Oxfam Pilipinas is streaming Babae ang Bukas, a play with music in celebration of International Women's Month. Tanghalang Pilipino is busy preparing for its restaging of Layeta Bucoy's Doc Resurreccion.
Meanwhile, here are some exhibitions that we highly recommend for you to visit this month.
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1. Cultural Centre of the Philippines
The Visual Arts and Museum Division of the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (CCP) opens to the public its exhibition of the works of its 2021 Thirteen Artists awardees. Featuring the works of Allan Balisi, Nice Buenaventura, Gino Bueza, Mars Bugaoan, Rocky Cajigan, Geloy Concepcion, Patrick Cruz, Ian Carlo Jaucian, KoloWn, Czar Kristoff, Lou Lim, Ryan Villamael, and Catherine Sarah Young, the exhibition will be held from March 10 until June 5 at the CCP Bulwagang Juan Luna (Main Gallery), Pasilyo Juan Luna (Main Gallery Hallway), and Pasilyo Guillermo Tolentino (Third Floor Hallway). Throughout the duration of the exhibit, guests are invited to join in the conversations with the artists in the scheduled public programs.