Passion and Procession: Art of the Philippines

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Passion and Procession: Art of the Philippines
Photograph: Mim Stirling Rodel Tapaya's 'Do you have a rooster, Pedro?' (2015-16) at Art Gallery of NSW

This major exhibition of Filipino art spans from Ancient to contemporary times

This collaboration with the National Museum of the Philippines is the first major exhibition of Filipino art to be held in Australia. It will range from ancient ceramics to centuries-old gold objects to contemporary art.

Passion and Procession is part of a larger multi-venue festival, the Bayanihan Philippines Art Project, with participation by Mosman Art Gallery, Blacktown Arts Centre, Peacock Gallery (Auburn), Campbelltown Arts Centre and Museums and Galleries NSW.

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