Lost in Paradise – Jeho Bitancor’s Singapore Exhibit

UTTERLY ART presents

Jeho Bitancor - Lost in Paradise
Jeho Bitancor – Lost in Paradise

 

LOST IN PARADISE
JEHO BITANCOR

Jeho Bitancor - Lost in Paradise
Jeho Bitancor – Lost in Paradise

opening
THURSDAY 16th JULY 2009 7 pm
Utterly Art Exhibition Space

(diagonally opposite the Sri Mariamman Temple, Pagoda St Exit)
229A South Bridge Road (2nd Level) Singapore 058778
Tel: 6226 2605 E-mail: utterlyart@pacific.net.sg
Mon-Sat 12 noon – 8 pm Sun 12 noon – 5.30 pm
The exhibition runs to SUNDAY 26th JULY 2009

Jeho Bitancor - Lost in Paradise
Jeho Bitancor – Lost in Paradise

Lost in Paradise is artist Jeho Bitancor’s continuing investigation in painting of the social landscape of the USA , relating to personal migrant experiences, observations and insights gathered since he moved to Jersey City , close to New York . Jeho’s new ‘style’ of layering objects upon scenes presents a breathtaking panoply of images paraded before us in rapid succession and full complexity, as befits the bewildering pace of life in Manhattan – the American experience through the eyes of a critical Filipino.

Jeho Bitancor is a Cultural Centre of the Philippines Thirteen Artists Awardee of 2006, who has exhibited extensively in the Philippines, Singapore, USA, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong. Trained in the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts (1984-1992), and the New York City Art Student’s League (1997), Jeho has won several awards and distinctions, and is collected by the Singapore Art Museum, Ateneo Art Gallery, National Commission for Culture and the Arts, Aurora Provincial Government, Museo de Baler, as well as several private collections.

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3 thoughts on “Lost in Paradise – Jeho Bitancor’s Singapore Exhibit”

  1. it’s always been a delight to look at Jeho’s creations….you can never run out of superlatives to describe his works….nag-iisa ka talaga….and yes…we’re super proud of YOU classmate!!

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