World Trade Center Metro Manila (WTCMM) is holding an Artists for Peace exhibition featuring the country’s acclaimed artists, Nemi Miranda, Augusto Santiago and Juno Galang. The art exhibit will run until October 24, 2022 at the WTCMM Mezzanine Level.
Pamela Pascual, WTCMM president and chief executive officer, said “Promoting culture and the arts is yet another milestone made possible through the collaboration with Artists for Peace.”
The featured artists are all products of University of Santo Tomas, like Miranda, a distinguished international visual artist from Angono, Rizal, has contributed innumerable commissioned monuments around the country. He is nominated for National Artist in Visual Arts category. HIs art revolves around urban imagery and mythology, drawing inspiration from Filipino myths and legends.
Based in Hawaii, Galang, an international artist showcases modern artworks that depict figurative subjects that are well celebrated by art enthusiasts.
Santiago is a figurative artist and modern impressionist with a wide range of expertise in different medium whose works are widely commissioned by major corporate historical establishments. He is a member of international community of artists who venture in international culture and art exchange programs and fund-raising initiatives.
The membership of Artists for Peace is by invitation only and is composed of distinguished senior who advocate social issues whose goal is to create a new platform, inspire creativity and friendship among contemporary artists. The group first launched its project in June 2016 with select participating artists from the country.
WTCMM and the WTCMM Business Club prosper trade and investment. Being at the forefront of trade shows and exhibitions, they organize trade missions, business matching activities, trade programs and networking luncheons and cocktails.